Over his entire playing career, Diego Armando Maradona has won 11 tracks, including two with Argentina: the 1986 FIFA World Cup ™ and the 1979 FIFA U-20 World Cup. He also won five trophies with Napoli, including two Italian championships and the FIFA U-20 World Cup. ‘UEFA 1989. His record was completed by the 1981 Argentine championship with Boca Juniors and the three titles won under the colors of FC Barcelona.
However, these trophies are far from faithfully reflecting the immense career of Maradona, which was built with magical performances, whether with theAlbiceleste or with its different clubs.
In the World Cup: 5 participations, a title and a second place
As a player of the Argentina team, Pibe de Oro has played four World Cups: Spain 1982, as he prepares to launch his career in Europe; Mexico 1986, an edition which made him enter the legend thanks to extraordinary performances, as against England in the quarter-finals; Italy 1990, where only West Germany deprived him of a new world title on a penalty late in the game; and United States 1994. As a coach, Diego has found his favorite competition at the helm of theAlbiceleste from Leo Messi to South Africa 2010. Find in the following gallery some of the most emblematic photos of its history in the World Cup.
An idol in Europe and Argentina
In clubs, Diego wore the colors of Argentinos Juniors, Boca Juniors (twice), FC Barcelona, Naples, Sevilla FC and Newell’s Old Boys. Everywhere he went, he left his mark and forged a passionate relationship with the supporters. Find in this gallery a selection of his best moments in clubs.