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Antonio Candreva
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Personal information
Full name Antonio Candreva
Date of birth 28 February 1987 (1987-02-28) (age 33)
Place of birth    Rome, Flag of Italy Italy
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Winger
Club information
Current club Flag of Italy Lazio
Number 87
Youth clubs

2003–2004
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Senior clubs
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Antonio Candreva (born 28 February 1987) is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder or winger for Lazio and the Italian national team.

Candreva began his professional club career with Ternana in 2004, where he remained until 2007. He later moved to Udinese, remaining until 2012, but was sent on loan to Livorno, Juventus, Parma, and Cesena during his time with the club. He subsequently transferred to Lazio, where he won the Coppa Italia in his first season with the team. At international level he has represented Italy at the 2008 Summer Olympics, at the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup (winning a bronze medal in the tournament), at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and at UEFA Euro 2016.

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S.S. Lazio squad - 2020–21

2 Hoedt · 3 De Vrij · 4 Patric · 5 Braafheid · 6 Mauri · 7 Morrison · 8 Basta · 9 Đorđević · 10 F. Anderson · 13 Biševac · 14 Keita Baldé · 16 Parolo · 17 Matri · 18 Gentiletti · 19 Lulić · 20 Biglia (c) · 21 Milinković-Savić · 22 Marchetti · 23 Onazi · 26 Radu · 29 Konko · 32 Cataldi · 33 Maurício · 87 Candreva · 88 Kishna · 99 Berisha ·

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Italy – 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup

1. Buffon (c) 2. Maggio 3. Chiellini 4. Astori 5. De Sciglio 6. Candreva 7. Aquilani 8. Marchisio 9. Balotelli 10. Giovinco 11. Gilardino 12. Sirigu 13. Marchetti 14. El Shaarawy 15. Barzagli 16. De Rossi 17. Cerci 18. Montolivo 19. Bonucci 20. Abate 21. Pirlo 22. Giaccherini 23. Diamanti

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Italy – 2014 FIFA World Cup – Group stage

1. Buffon (c) 2. De Sciglio 3. Chiellini 4. Darmian 5. Motta 6. Candreva 7. Abate 8. Marchisio 9. Balotelli 10. Cassano 11. Cerci 12. Sirigu 13. Perin 14. Aquilani 15. Barzagli 16. De Rossi 17. Immobile 18. Parolo 19. Bonucci 20. Paletta 21. Pirlo 22. Insigne 23. Verratti

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Italy – UEFA Euro 2016 – Semi-finals

1. Buffon 2. De Sciglio 3. Chiellini 4. Darmian 5. Ogbonna 6. Candreva 7. Zaza 8. Florenzi 9. Pellè 10. Motta 11. Immobile 12. Sirigu 13. Marchetti 14. Sturaro 15. Barzagli 16. De Rossi 17. Éder 18. Parolo 19. Bonucci 20. Insigne 21. Bernardeschi 22. El Shaarawy 23. Giaccherini

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