Lorenzo Bucchi

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Lorenzo Bucchi
YB vs.  FCL - Lorenzo Bucchi.jpg
birthday November 21, 1983
place of birth RomeItaly
size 186 cm
position goalkeeper
Years station Games (goals) 1
2001-2002 Ternana Calcio 2 (0)
2002-2003 Giulianova Calcio 0 (0)
2003-2005 AS Fidelis Andria 4 (0)
2005-2009 AC Bellinzona 91 (0)
2009-2010 Grasshopper Club Zurich 4 (0)
2010–2012 ASD Atletico Arezzo 52 (0)
2012-2013 FC Friborg 13 (0)
2013-2016 FC Luzern 5 (0)
2016-2017 FC Aarau
1 Only league games are given.

Lorenzo Bucchi (* 21st November 1983 in Rome ) is a former Italian football - goalkeeper , the last at FC Aarau in the Challenge League was under contract.


Lorenzo Bucchi began his career in 2001 with the then Italian second division club Ternana Calcio , for whom he made his first two Serie B games in the 2001/02 season . He left the club at the end of the season and joined the third division club Giulianova Calcio , where he only acted as a substitute goalkeeper and was not used. In the following year he moved to AS Fidelis Andria , with whom he participated in the fourth highest Italian division in the league. There, too, he received only a few missions, but still managed to get promoted to Serie C1 with the team . In this, the team was only able to hold out for a year and was relegated straight away.

Bucchi then left the club and signed a contract with the then Swiss second division club AC Bellinzona in summer 2005 and completed a total of 14 league games in the Challenge League in the 2005/06 season . In the following year, the Italian established himself as a regular goalkeeper and reached second place in the league with Bellinzona, which allowed the team to take part in the barrage games against the second from bottom of the Super League .

In two games, however, the Ticino were clearly defeated against FC Aarau and thus missed promotion to the top division. In the following season, second place in the Challenge League was again achieved and participation in the promotion games was ensured. The upper-class FC St. Gallen could be defeated in two games and Bucchi played in the top Swiss league for the first time in his career. Eight points ahead of FC Luzern , they managed to stay in the Super League in the following season.

He was also able to advance with Bellinzona to the final of the Swiss Cup 2007/08 , in which he lost 4-1 to FC Basel with the Ticino .

In summer 2009, the Grasshopper Club Zurich announced the goalkeeper's commitment. At Zurich he acted as a substitute goalkeeper behind the Swiss Yann Sommer .

In the summer of 2010 he moved back to Italy for the US Arezzo . After that he was under contract with FC Friborg for half a year from January 2013 .

In the summer of 2013 he moved to the Swiss Super League club FC Luzern . He was a substitute goalkeeper at FCL for 3 years until the summer of 2016.

Despite his contract with FC Luzern until the end of June 2017, Bucchi moved to FC Aarau in the Challenge League early in the summer of 2016 . He signed a contract until the end of June 2018.

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ ASL: Four new coaches and 52 new players news.ch July 8, 2009
  2. Contract extensions and immigration . fcl.ch May 2015
  3. ↑ New addition between the posts: Lorenzo Bucchi . fcaarau.ch May 29, 2016