| Perugia, Italy|
| free agent|
| (1979-06-23) 23 June 1979 (age 36)|Paolo Guastalvino Wikipedia
Paolo Guastalvino (born 23 June 1979) is an Italian footballer.
Guastalvino started his career at hometown club Perugia. in 1998 he joined Ancona.
In summer 2001 Guastalvino was signed by Parma for undisclosed fee along with Andrea Staffolani (1.5 billion lire) but re-sold to Vicenza in co-ownership deal for 2.5 billion lire (€1,291,142). Guastalvino played 28 games in 2001–02 Serie B. Guastalvino was signed by Vicenza outright in June 2002 for undisclosed fee and Parma signed half of Christian Maggio for 4 billion lire (€2,065,827). However, in the next 3 seasons he played a total of 29 games only.
Guastalvino left Vicenza in 2005. He played for Sambenedettese and Benevento respectively in 2005–06 season. In August 2006 he settled in Foligno. The club won 2006–07 Serie C2 group B and finished last in 2007 Supercoppa di Lega di Seconda Divisione. He played for the club in Italian third division for 3 seasons, all secured the seat for the next season.
In summer 2010 he moved down 2 divisions to 2010–11 Serie D club Castel Rigone, located in his home province – the province of Perugia.Serie C2: 2007