Where stars shine first

Gallini players

More than 150 participants of Gallini Cup have reached the best European leagues. Some of them even won Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup, Premier League, Serie A and Primeira Liga.

12 Gallinizers participated at the last FIFA World Cup, and 16 at the last UEFA Euro Cup.

Dusan Vlahovic

Dusan Vlahovic
(Juventus)

Gallini Cup participant in 2017 with FK Partizan
Mateo Kovacic

Mateo Kovacic
(Chelsea)

Gallini Cup participant in 2009 with Dinamo Zagreb

Lazar Markovic
(Liverpool FC)

Gallini Cup participant in 2009 with FK Partizan
Dejan Kulusevski

Dejan Kulusevski
(Tottenham)

Gallini Cup participant in 2015 with Brommapojkarna
Alex Meret

Alex Meret
(Napoli)

Gallini Cup participant in 2012 with Udinese

Roberto Gagliardini
(Inter FC)

Gallini Cup participant in 2009 with Atalanta

Nikola Milenkovic
(Fiorentina)

Gallini Cup partcipant in 2009 with FK Partizan

Ivan Provedel
(Lazio)

Gallini Cup participant in 2009 with Pordenone

Daniele Rugani
(Juventus)

Gallini Cup participant in 2009 with Empoli FC

Andrea Poli
(AC Milan)

Gallini Cup participant in 2003 and 2004 with Treviso FC

Aleksandar Mitrovic
(Fulham)

Gallini Cup participant in 2009 with FK Partizan
Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Aaron Wan-Bissaka
(Manchester United)

Gallini Cup participant in 2012 with Crystal Palace

Takashi Usami
(Bayern Munich)

Gallini Cup participant in 2006 and 2007 with Japan

Davide Santon
(AS Roma)

Gallini Cup participant in 2006 with Inter FC
Steven Defour FC Porto

Steven Defour
(FC Porto)

Gallini Cup participant in 2003 with Mechelen

Sime Vrsaljko
(Atletico Madrid)

Gallini Cup participant in 2007 with Dinamo Zagreb

Who else played at Gallini Cup?

Admir Mehmedi
Winterthur 2006
Aimar Sher
Hammarby 2017
Alberto Grassi
Atalanta 2010
Aleksandar Boljevićcon
Nazionale Montenegro 2009
Aleksandar Mitrović
FK Partizan 2009
Alex Meret
Udinese 2012
Andrea Consigli
Atalanta 2009
Andrea Conti
Atalanta 2002
Andrea Poli
Treviso 2003 + 2004
Andrėj Klimovič
Dinamo Minsk 2002
Andrija Živković
FK Partizan 2012
Balázs Megyeri
Hungary 2005
Billy Sharp
Sheffield United 2001
Bram Nuytinck
Nec Nijmegen
Bruno Petković
Dinamo Zagabreb 2009
Costel Pantilimon
Romania 2002
Daniel O'Shaughnessy
HJK Helsinki 2009
Daniele Baselli
Atalanta 2007
Daniele Capelli
Atalanta 2001
Daniele Rugani
Empoli 2009
Davide Santon
Inter 2006
Dejan Kulusevski
Brommapojkarna 2015
Diego Fabbrini
Empoli 2004
Dominik Wydra
Rapid Vienna 2009
Dylan McGlade
Shelbourne FC 2009
Etien Velikonja
Hit Gorica 2001
Facundo Sánchez
Club Atlètico Colòn 2005
Federico Casarini
Bologna FC 2004
Gaku Shibasaki
Giappone 2006
Genki Haraguchi
Giappone 2006
Goran Cvijanović
Hit Gorica 2001
Gōtoku Sakai
Giappone 2006
Ivan Provedel
Pordenone 2009
Ivan Saponjic
FK Partizan 2012
James Ashmore
Sheffield United 2001
Jan Gregus
Nitra 2006
Joel Obi
Inter FC 2006
Joel Pohjanpalo
HJK Helsinki 2009
Jonathan Forte
Sheffield United 2001
Jozo Šimunović
FK Partizan 2009
Karim Laribi
Inter FC 2006
Laurențiu Brănescu
Romania 2009
Lazar Marković
FK Partizan 2009
Lorenzo Crisetig
Rappresentativa FVG 2009
Louis Schaub
Rapid Vienna 2011
Luca Caldirola
Inter FC 2006
Luca Lombardi
Empoli 2017
Luca Rossettini
Padova Calcio 2000
Luka Stojanović
FK Partizan 2009
Manabu Saitō
Japan 2005
Marko Janković
FK Partizan 2010
Marco Motta
Atalanta 2002
Marco Sportiello
Atalanta 2007
Mateo Kovačić
Dinamo Zagabreb 2009
Mathias Jensen
Nordsjælland FC 2011
Mattia Caldara
Atalanta 2009
Mert Muldur
Rapid Vienna 2014
Nebojša Kosović
Montenegro 2009
Nemanja Radonjić
FK Partizan 2011
Nikola Milenković
FK Partizan 2009 (winner)
Nikola Ninković
Dinamo Zagabreb 2009
Piermario Morosini
Atalanta 2001
Pontus Jansson
Malmo FF 2006
Ricardo Kishna
ADO Den Haag 2009
Riccardo Meggiorini
Hellas Verona 2000
Róbert Boženík
Zilina 2014
Roberto Gagliardini
Atalanta 2009
Roland Varga
Hungary 2005
Samuele Ricci
Empoli 2017
Saša Lukić
FK Partizan 2011
Sean Davis
USA Selection ODP 2008
Šime Vrsaljko
Dinamo Zagabreb 2007
Simone Canestrelli
Empoli 2015
Simone Scuffet
Udinese 2011
Stephan Palla
Rapid Vienna 2003
Steven Defour
Mechelen 2003
Steven Zuber
Winterthur 2006
Takashi Usami
Japan 2006 + 2007
Thomas Schrammel
Rapid Vienna 2002
Tom Huddlestone
Derby County 2001
Veli Kavlak
Rapid Vienna 2003
Vito Mannone
Atalanta 2003
Yōichirō Kakitan
Japan 2005

Memorabilia and gadgets

Walk of Fame

At the headquarter of the tournament there is a nice gallery with signed jersey and memorabilia of great players and teams that participated to Gallini Cup in this 20 years.

Where to find the next champions

Scouting at Gallini Cup

Why so many top players participated in Gallini Cup?
Because many scouts come to see the matches, from all the most important European Leagues.
This is the reason why many players signed their first professional contract right after playing at the Gallini Cup.

Our Story

Born in 1999 Gallini Cup is now the largest football tournament in Italy

Top teams

Many professional teams participate at Gallini Cup every year

Gallini players

More than 150 Gallini players reached the best European league

Location

Gallini Cup takes place in Pordenone, a beautiful town near Venice

Program

Details, participants and everything you need to know about the next Gallini Cup.

Opening ceremony

The program includes a parade in the city center and a confetti show

The Party

A great gathering moment for coaches and players

Awards ceremony

All teams receive a trophy on the last day

Registration

Fill this form and make your first step into the tournament

Regulation

Tournament's rules.

Services

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