Umberto Caligaris

1901 - 1940

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Umberto Caligaris (Italian pronunciation: [umˈbɛrto kaliˈɡaːris]; 26 July 1901 – 19 October 1940) was an Italian international footballer who played, normally at left-back, for A.S. Casale and Juventus, before ending his career with Brescia. With Juventus, he won an Italian record of five consecutive Serie A League titles between 1930 and 1935. He also managed to have a successful career with the Italy national team, notably winning a bronze medal at the 1928 Summer Olympic Games; he was also a member of the Italian side that won the 1934 FIFA World Cup. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Umberto Caligaris has received more than 46,336 page views. His biography is available in 28 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 25 in 2019). Umberto Caligaris is the 1,198th most popular soccer player (up from 1,343rd in 2019), the 2,679th most popular biography from Italy (up from 2,885th in 2019) and the 100th most popular Italian Soccer Player.

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Over the past year Umberto Caligaris has had the most page views in the with 12,008 views, followed by English (5,812), and German (1,447). In terms of yearly growth of page views the top 3 wikpedia editions are Latvian (359.14%), Malagasy (139.07%), and Catalan (95.76%)


Among soccer players, Umberto Caligaris ranks 1,198 out of 21,273Before him are Müller, Max Abegglen, Ken Naganuma, Sven Tumba, Douglas Costa, and Silvio Marzolini. After him are Mehmet Scholl, Josef Posipal, Nahum Stelmach, Ciro Immobile, Władysław Żmuda, and Ralf Edström.

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Among people born in 1901, Umberto Caligaris ranks 146Before him are Jean-Joseph Rabearivelo, Mario Scelba, Yuliya Solntseva, Arleigh Burke, Rose Ausländer, and Claude Choules. After him are Hans Erich Nossack, Frank Zamboni, Fernando Tambroni, Sergei Tumansky, Otto Ambros, and Daniel-Rops. Among people deceased in 1940, Umberto Caligaris ranks 88Before him are Giuseppe Motta, Albert Kahn, Arthur Rostron, Yevhen Petrushevych, Madeleine Astor, and Ivane Javakhishvili. After him are Robert Maillart, Walter Hasenclever, Gunnar Höckert, Ben Turpin, Wilhelm Stekel, and Gyula Kellner.

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Among people born in Italy, Umberto Caligaris ranks 2,679 out of 5,161Before him are Angelo Domenghini (1941), Giuseppe Morello (1867), Emma Bonino (1948), Roberto Farinacci (1892), Gregorio Barbarigo (1625), and Reniero Zeno (1250). After him are Daria Nicolodi (1950), Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso (1808), Cino da Pistoia (1270), Paolo Mantegazza (1831), Silvio Pellico (1789), and Boccaccio Boccaccino (1460).


Among soccer players born in Italy, Umberto Caligaris ranks 100Before him are Pietro Serantoni (1906), Christian Panucci (1973), Mario Corso (1941), Pierino Prati (1946), Roberto Rosato (1943), and Angelo Domenghini (1941). After him are Ciro Immobile (1990), Enrico Chiesa (1970), Armando Castellazzi (1904), Aldo Olivieri (1910), Edoardo Reja (1945), and Sandro Salvadore (1939).