Full Name: Federico Chiesa
Date of Birth: 25 October 1997 (age 24)
Place of Birth: Genoa, Italy
Height: 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in )
Current Team: Juventus
His Parents: In the beginning, his nickname was "Pepo". Federico Chiesa was born on October 25, 1997 to Francesca Lombardi and Enrico Chiesa. He grew up in Florence, Italy, and started playing football at the age of two.
His Girlfriend: In 2017, he fell in love with Caterina Ciabatti. But they broke up in 2018. A few months later, Federico began dating Benedetta Quagli in 2019, and as things stand, the two are likely to marry.
The Story of Federico Chiesa
Federico Chiesa comes from an upper-class family. He got into football thanks to the footballing activities of his father, Enrico, then a professional footballer. When Federico Chiesa was five, his parents put him in the U.S. Settignanese, a local club in Florence, close to his home. Although he is young, he works hard. While playing at a small club, Federico Chiesa's parents started his education at the Florence International School, one of the oldest in Europe.
Educated by his parents, he tried his best to train every training session as if it were the competition itself. So the rise of a young Federico was quick and expected. Federico signed his first professional contract with the club in February 2016 and featured in a 2-1 away win over Juventus.
He continues to play top-level football at Fiorentina until June 2021. In the years that followed, Federico scored several key goals and opening goals for Fiorentina in Serie A.
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CHIESA #22 Juventus Home Jersey 2021/22 By Adidas
This Chiesa Juventus Jersey is made by Adidas and features a "new" sponsor patch next to the Jeep logo on the front of the jersey - the 4XE logo, which refers to Jeep's new plug-in hybrid technology.
This time, the Adidas Juventus 2021-22 kit is back with the classic black and white stripes. Design-wise, this Chiesa Juventus Jersey has four white and five black stripes on the front, sleeves, and lower back. The Adidas and club logos are white, and the color of the Jeep logo itself has changed from white to black. The cuffs are white with black piping.