Raffaele Costantino

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Raffaele Costantino
Personal information
Date of birth (1907-06-14)14 June 1907
Place of birth Bari, Italy
Date of death 3 June 1991(1991-06-03) (aged 83)
Place of death Milan, Italy
Playing position Striker, Right Winger
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1922–1927 Liberty Bari 64 (23)
1927–1930 Bari 68 (44)
1930–1935 Roma 157 (42)
1935–1939 Bari 75 (15)
National team
1929–1933 Italy 23 (8)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Raffaele Costantino (14 June 1907 in Bari – 3 June 1991 in Milan) was an Italian footballer from Bari, Apulia who played as a forward. At club level he played for hometown side AS Bari where he is remembered in high regard, he also played for a period of time at Roma.

Costantino earned the distinction of being the first ever Serie B player to be called up to the Italian national football team in 1930, he also scored in that game. All together he appeared for the national side twenty-three times and scored eight goals.

By the time he retired in 1939, Costantino was the all-time top scorer for Bari, today he is 5th in the clubs all-time scoring records.[1]

Honours

Bari

References

  1. ^ SoloBari.it

External links

  • Raffaele Costantino at National-Football-Teams.com
  • Italian Football Federation Profile (in Italian)
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