Bobo Vieri was born on July 12, 1973, and he is an Italian former professional football player. It must be noted that Bobo Vieri was born in Italy but he moved to Australia with his family when he was a child.
So far as his professional football career is concerned, he spent much of his time playing in the Serie A . Bobo Vieri was named in the FIFA 100 which is a list put together by Pele of the 125 greatest living footballers.
He was a prolific goal scorer and without a doubt, he was one of the best strikers in Europe. Bobo Vieri became the world’s most expensive player in 1999. This was after Inter Milan paid Lazio £32 million for his services.
Throughout his career , he has played for at least 12 clubs mainly in Italy. That notwithstanding, it is important to note that he has also played in Spain as well as France. He has played for Torino, Juventus, Lazio, and Athletic Madrid among others.
Over the years that Bobo Vieri was actively playing football, he won so many awards. He won the Pichichi Trophy, as well as Capocannoniere awards. Bobo Vieri also won the Serie A Italian Footballer of the Year.
Bobo Vieri played 49 times for Italy and scored at least 23 goals between 1997 and 2005. Bobo Vieri can be said to be the joint ninth-highest goal scorer for the Italian national team. He is also Italy’s highest goal scorer in the FIFA World Cup.
Bobo Vieri Engaged
Over the years, Bobo Vieri has been involved in many relationships. He is said to have dated the likes of Elisabetta Canalis, Elena Santarelli, Debora Salvalaggio, Fernanda Lessa, Melissa Satta as well as Jazzma Kendrick.
It must be noted that in 2017, Bobo Vieri started dating Italian showgirl Constanza Caracciolo. On November 18, 2018, via Instagram, Bobo Vieri and Constanza Caracciolo announced the birth of their daughter called Stella. They got married on March 18, 2019, and it’s very likely they have given birth to one or more children.
The parents of Bobo Vieri are Roberto Vieri and Christine Rivaux. Bobo Vieri’s father was a professional footballer.[08:37, 11/3/2023] He played in Italy as well as Australia.