|Place of birth Sermoneta, Italy|
Height 1.82 m
Role Football player
Name Ubaldo Righetti
Date of birth (1963-03-01) March 1, 1963 (age 58)
Similar Franco Tancredi, Sebastiano Nela, Emidio Oddi
Ubaldo righetti al 6 memorial laura nardoni
Ubaldo Righetti (born 1 March 1963 in Sermoneta) is a retired Italian professional football player, who played as a Defender; he was usually deployed as a centre-back.
- Ubaldo righetti al 6 memorial laura nardoni
- Ubaldo righetti sceglie papella
- Club career
- International career
- After retirement
Ubaldo righetti sceglie papella
Righetti played 10 seasons in the Italian Serie A for A.S. Roma, Udinese, U.S. Lecce, Bari, and Delfino Pescara 1936. He is mostly remembered for his time with Roma under manager Nils Liedholm (1980–1987), the club with which he made his debut, winning the Serie A title during the 1982–83 season, as well as three Coppa Italia titles, in 1981, 1984, and 1986. During his Roma career, he also helped the club to reach the final of the 1983–84 European Cup; he scored in the resulting penalty shootout that Roma eventually lost to Liverpool F.C. in the 1984 European Cup Final. Due to his performances in the European Cup with Roma that season, he notably won the Bravo Award in 1984, which is awarded to the best Under-23 played in European Competitions. Despite his talent, Righetti was accused of never fulfilling his potential demonstrated in earlier years, and the later part of his career was much less successful. In 1987, he transferred to Udinese for a season, and he was subsequently sent to Serie B side Lecce; during his time with the club, he was sent briefly on loan to local side Bari, with which he won the Mitropa Cup in 1990, later moving to Pescara the following season. He ended his career after four seasons with the Serie B club, helping the club to obtain promotion to Serie A during the 1991–92 season, although they would once again be relegated to Serie B the following season. He ended his career with the club in Serie B in 1994.
Following his retirement he briefly attempted to pursue a coaching career. He currently works as a commentator for RAI.