Sepe Luigi

Luigi Sepe is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. Born in Torre del Greco, the Province of Naples, Sepe made his debut for his hometown club in Serie A on 28 January 2009, at age of 17, during the match against Fiorentina, lost 2–1. He replaced Gianello in the 32nd minute. He wore the number 44 jersey during the 2008–09 season. He was the fourth keeper behind Gennaro Iezzo, Nicolás Navarro and Matteo Gianello. In 2010–11 season, he was named in 2010–11 UEFA Europa League as list B member (U21 youth product), which he was the fourth keeper behind Morgan De Sanctis, Iezzo and Gianello.

PARMA CALCIO 


2018-2019


Parma vs Sampdoria


Match Worn Shirt


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Luigi Sepe during the game against Sampdoria. This is the goalkeeper’s kit of the special mentioned above set especially made for the team for the game against Sampdoria which took place in Genova on May 5th 2019. Sepe started three out of four matches for the Italy U18 team at the U18 Slovakia International Cup, ahead if Valerio Frasca in April 2009. He made successive appearances with the Italy U19 team (born 1991 or later) from March to September in 2009. In both appearances, he replaced Simone Colombi for the second half, including versus Ukraine (born 1990 or later team). He was the reserve keeper for Colombi at the 2010 UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship qualification, and he also played once. After Italy qualified to the next round, he did not receive any call-ups again.

Match Worn & Signed Boots


Napoli S.S.C.


Did you Know?

Luigi Sepe joined Napoli S.S.C. in 2009 and he was the reserve goalkeeper with only two presences in the next two following seasons. He then moved on loan to Pisa, Virtus Lanciano, Empoli, Fiorentina. On 10 July 2018, Sepe signed with Parma on loan until 30 June 2019.

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