11 Facts About Alfredo Graciani


Alfredo Oscar Graciani was an Argentine footballer.


Alfredo Graciani played for a number of clubs in Argentina and played in Switzerland and Venezuela at the end of his playing career.


Alfredo Graciani had a successful career at Boca Juniors, having played 250 matches for the club, and winning two titles.


Alfredo Graciani started his playing career in the youth divisions of Atlanta, where his brother Nestor played.


Alfredo Graciani made his debut with the senior squad in 1981 v Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata in Primera B, the second division of Argentine football by then.


In 1983, Alfredo Graciani was part of the team that won the Primera B championship promoting to Primera Division.


Alfredo Graciani was called-up for the Argentina u20 team that played in the 1983 South American championship, qualifying for the 1983 World Championship where he was part of the roster.


In 1984 Alfredo Graciani was signed by Boca Juniors, where he went on to become their leading goalscorer of the 1980s, winning two international titles with the club, the 1989 Supercopa Libertadores and 1990 Recopa Sudamericana.


In 1992 Alfredo Graciani joined Racing Club but returned to Boca Juniors in 1993.


In 1994 Alfredo Graciani played for Deportivo Espanol before dropping down a division to play for Atletico Tucuman and then Argentinos Juniors in the Primera B Nacional.


Alfredo Graciani died from a cardiac arrest in Buenos Aires on 21 April 2021.