|Place of birth Rome, Italy|
Died 2003, Rome, Italy
|Place of death Rome, Italy|
Role Football player
Date of death 2003
Name Alessandro Ferri
|Date of birth (1921-02-25)February 25, 1921|
Alessandro Ferri (born February 25, 1921 in Rome; died in 2003 in Rome) was an Italian professional football player.
He started playing as a child with S.S. Lazio and went through every youth team the club had. On January 15, 1939 he came to get the tickets for the Derby della Capitale game against fierce city rivals A.S. Roma, like he has been doing for several previous years. Club president told him: "Today you don't need tickets, you're playing". He became a regular in the Lazio defence for several years.
In his last Serie A game for Lazio he scored his only league goal for them, on November 30, 1947 in a 1-1 draw against Atalanta B.C..
The next season, after financial disagreements with the club management, he transferred to the rival A.S. Roma team.
Overall, he played 9 seasons (148 games, 2 goals) in the Serie A for Lazio and Roma.