Antonio Chimenti is a retired Italian football goalkeeper. Chimenti began his career in the youth academy of S.S. Sambenedettese Calcio. In 1988, he was promoted to the first team. After two more seasons spent in Sambenedettese in Serie C1 and then Serie C2, he was loaned out to Tempio in the Serie C2 as well. With Tempio he managed 35 appearances as the club’s starting goalkeeper. For the 1992–93 season, Chimenti was loaned out to AC Monza Brianza who played in the Serie B. Following just 4 appearances with the club, he returned to Sambenedettese for the 1993–94 season, but was sold simultaneously to Salernitana Calcio. With Sambenedettese, Chimenti made just five first team appearances. He then played for Salernitana, Roma, Lecce, Juventus, Cagliari and Udinese before he joined Juventus again in 2008. Nicknamed Zucchina, Chimenti was known for his confidence and consistency as a goalkeeper, and for his ability with the ball at his feet. Chimenti’s father, Francesco, and uncle, Vito, were both also footballers.