The Italian Football Hall of Fame (Italian: Hall of Fame del calcio italiano), promoted by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), is housed at the Museo del Calcio in Coverciano, Italy. It aims to promote the heritage, history, culture and values of Italian football. Since 2011, new members are added every year and are divided into categories: Italian footballer, Italian coach, Italian veteran, Foreign footballer, Italian referee, Italian administrator and Posthumous honours. In 2014, the category Women's football was added. In 2018, the Fair Play Award category was added in honour of the late Italian footballer Davide Astori, as well as the Special Award.
Inductees by year
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