Pavel Nedvěd was a midfielder, one of the best in his history, born in Cheb, Czech Republic, on August 30, 1972. He made his professional debut with Duka Prague and, after moving to Sparta Prague, arrived in the Italian championship , specifically to Lazio. The definitive affirmation takes place in Italy, with the Czech player who is also noticed by Juventus who, in 2001, decides to buy him. With Juventus Nedvěd will play eight seasons, all as protagonists. In 2003 he was awarded the Ballon d’Or. With the clubs, Nedvěd, he scores 147 goals in 670 games. With the jersey of his national team, however, he scored 18 goals in 91 matches.
Pavel Nedvěd wins the Golden Foot in 2004.
Appearances and goals with clubs: 670 and 147 goal;
Appearances and goals with the national team: 91 and 18 goal;
National club trophies:
1 Czechoslovakian Championship in 1992-93;
1 Czech Championship in 1993-94 and 1994-95;
1 Czech Republic Cup in 1995-96;
2 Coppa Italia in 1997-98 and in 1999-00;
4 Italian Super Cup in 1998, 2000, 2002, 2003;
3 Italian Championship in 1999-00, in 2001-02 and in 2002-03;
1 Italian Serie B Championship in 2006-07;
International trophies with clubs:
1 Cup Winners’ Cup in 1998-99;
1 UEFA Super Cups in 1999.
1 Ballon d’Or in 2003.
data updated to 1/6/2022