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  • Rome, Italy
    Monday Sep 27, 1976

    Birth

    Rome, Italy
    Monday Sep 27, 1976

    Totti was born in Rome to parents Lorenzo and Fiorella Totti.




  • Rome, Italy
    1989

    Roma youth squad

    Rome, Italy
    1989

    Although his youth club initially had come to an agreement to sell Totti to the Lazio youth side, one of Roma's youth coaches, Gildo Giannini, persuaded his parents to let him join the Roma youth squad in 1989.




  • Rome, Italy
    Sunday Mar 28, 1993

    First appearance for Roma's senior side in Serie A

    Rome, Italy
    Sunday Mar 28, 1993

    After three years in the youth team, Totti made his first appearance for Roma's senior side in Serie A at the age of 16, when coach Vujadin Boškov called him up in the 2–0 away victory against Brescia on 28 March 1993.




  • Rome, Italy
    Sunday Sep 4, 1994

    First Goal

    Rome, Italy
    Sunday Sep 4, 1994

    Scored his first goal on 4 September 1994 in a 1–1 draw against Foggia.




  • Genoa, Italy
    Wednesday Jan 1, 1997
    14 PM

    To Sampdoria on Loan

    Genoa, Italy
    Wednesday Jan 1, 1997
    14 PM

    Totti struggled to gain playing time under new manager Carlos Bianchi, and was even set to leave for Sampdoria on loan in January 1997. Roma's chairman at the time however, Franco Sensi, impeded the transfer, leading to further tensions with the manager, who eventually parted ways with the club.




  • Naples, Italy
    Sunday Feb 22, 1998

    Win goal against Napoli

    Naples, Italy
    Sunday Feb 22, 1998

    Totti finished the league season reaching double figures in goals scored for the first time in his career; including a goal in the club's 2–0 away win against Napoli on 22 February 1998, Totti scored 13 goals in Serie A in total, and contributed to Roma's fourth-placed league finish that year.




  • Italy
    Saturday Oct 10, 1998

    First Senior Cap

    Italy
    Saturday Oct 10, 1998

    Totti earned his first senior cap for Italy under the recently appointed international manager Dino Zoff during a 2–0 Euro 2000 qualifying victory against Switzerland on 10 October 1998.


  • Rome, Italy
    Saturday Oct 31, 1998

    A Captain

    Rome, Italy
    Saturday Oct 31, 1998

    31 October 1998, Totti became the official team captain, and the youngest Serie A club captain ever at the age of 22, inheriting the armband from Aldair.


  • Rome, Italy
    Jun, 1999

    Fabio Capello a Coach

    Rome, Italy
    Jun, 1999

    In June 1999, Roma's then-president Franco Sensi sacked Zeman and signed Fabio Capello as a replacement, with the aim of winning the league title.


  • Italy
    2000

    Serie A Italian Footballer

    Italy
    2000

    Totti was named the Serie A Italian Footballer of the Year for both 2000 and 2001.


  • Italy
    2000

    Serie A Footballer of the Year Award

    Italy
    2000

    Totti won the Serie A Footballer of the Year Award for the first time in his career in 2000.


  • Reggio Calabria, Italy
    Wednesday Apr 26, 2000

    First goal for Italy

    Reggio Calabria, Italy
    Wednesday Apr 26, 2000

    Totti scored his first goal for Italy on 26 April 2000 in a 2–0 friendly win over Portugal in Reggio Calabria.


  • Rome, Italy
    Sunday Aug 19, 2001

    First Supercoppa Italiana

    Rome, Italy
    Sunday Aug 19, 2001

    On 19 August 2001 Totti won his first Supercoppa Italiana, scoring and assisting in the 3–0 win against Fiorentina.


  • Brescia, Italy
    Monday Sep 30, 2002

    First hat-trick in Serie A

    Brescia, Italy
    Monday Sep 30, 2002

    He scored his first hat-trick in Serie A, in a 3–2 away win over Brescia on 30 September 2002.


  • Madrid, Spain
    Wednesday Oct 30, 2002

    Win against Real Madrid

    Madrid, Spain
    Wednesday Oct 30, 2002

    Totti also scored the only goal in Roma's decisive 1–0 victory at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium against Real Madrid on 30 October 2002; this was the first time in 35 years that an Italian team had won a match in Madrid.


  • Italy
    2003

    Second Serie A Footballer of the Year Award

    Italy
    2003

    In 2003, Totti won his second Serie A Footballer of the Year Award.


  • Rome, Italy
    Sunday Oct 3, 2004

    100th Serie A goal

    Rome, Italy
    Sunday Oct 3, 2004

    Totti maintained consistent form by scoring 12 goals in Serie A, and 15 in all competitions, among which was his 100th Serie A goal from a free kick in a 3–3 draw against Internazionale, on 3 October 2004.


  • Italy
    Wednesday Oct 13, 2004

    First brace for Italy

    Italy
    Wednesday Oct 13, 2004

    He scored his first brace for Italy in a 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification match in a 4–3 home win over Belarus, on 13 October 2004.


  • Rome, Italy
    Sunday Dec 19, 2004

    Roma's all-time leading scorer in Serie A

    Rome, Italy
    Sunday Dec 19, 2004

    On 19 December, he became Roma's all-time leading scorer in Serie A after netting his 107th career league goal against Parma, breaking the record previously held by Roberto Pruzzo.


  • Rome, Italy
    Sunday Feb 19, 2006

    He suffered a fracture of his left fibula and ligament damage

    Rome, Italy
    Sunday Feb 19, 2006

    On 19 February 2006, he suffered a fracture of his left fibula and ligament damage during a match against Empoli after being fouled by Richard Vanigli.


  • Rome, Italy
    Thursday May 11, 2006

    Returned from Injury

    Rome, Italy
    Thursday May 11, 2006

    Totti was at risk of missing the 2006 World Cup, but returned to the side on 11 May 2006 as a substitute in Roma's 3–1 Coppa Italia final defeat to Inter.


  • Berlin, Germany
    Sunday Jul 9, 2006

    2006 FIFA World Cup Final

    Berlin, Germany
    Sunday Jul 9, 2006

    Italy won the World Cup 2006


  • Milan, Italy
    Thursday May 17, 2007

    Won the Coppa Italia

    Milan, Italy
    Thursday May 17, 2007

    Roma won the Coppa Italia final against league champions Inter with a 6–2 victory at home (Totti scored the opening goal after 50 seconds) and a 2–1 defeat at the San Siro in Milan.


  • Paris, France
    Sunday Jun 17, 2007

    ESM European Golden Shoe award

    Paris, France
    Sunday Jun 17, 2007

    On 17 June, he also received the ESM European Golden Shoe award as the top European goalscorer of the season.


  • Italy
    Friday Jul 20, 2007

    Retired from International football

    Italy
    Friday Jul 20, 2007

    Totti intended to retire from international football after the 2006 World Cup, but reneged on his decision and remained undecided on his future for over a year, not being called up in the meantime. He made his retirement official on 20 July 2007, at the beginning of the 2007–08 Serie A season, due to recurring physical problems and in order to focus solely on club play with Roma.


  • Milan, Italy
    Sunday Aug 19, 2007

    The 2007 Supercoppa Italiana

    Milan, Italy
    Sunday Aug 19, 2007

    On 19 August 2007, Totti contributed to Roma's 1–0 victory over Inter in the 2007 Supercoppa Italiana, winning a penalty which was subsequently converted by Daniele De Rossi.


  • Rome, Italy
    Wednesday Jan 16, 2008

    200th goal for Roma

    Rome, Italy
    Wednesday Jan 16, 2008

    Totti scored his 200th goal for Roma in a 4–0 victory against Torino, in the Coppa Italia, on 16 January 2008.


  • Rome, Italy
    Sunday Mar 9, 2008

    500th overall appearance for Roma

    Rome, Italy
    Sunday Mar 9, 2008

    On 9 March, he reached his 500th overall appearance for Roma, scoring the second goal of the match from a penalty kick in a 2–0 away win over Napoli.


  • Italy
    Saturday Apr 19, 2008

    Season-ending injury

    Italy
    Saturday Apr 19, 2008

    Totti suffered a season-ending injury to his right knee during a 1–1 draw with Livorno on 19 April.


  • Rome, Italy
    Sunday Mar 20, 2011

    The sixth player in Serie A history to score 200 goals

    Rome, Italy
    Sunday Mar 20, 2011

    On 20 March, Totti became the sixth player in Serie A history to score 200 goals, finding the target twice in a 2–2 draw against Fiorentina to total 201 league goals.


  • Rome, Italy
    Sunday May 31, 2015

    Final match-day of the 2014–15 season

    Rome, Italy
    Sunday May 31, 2015

    On 31 May, in the final match-day of the 2014–15 season, he scored his 299th goal for Roma in a 2–1 home defeat to Palermo. Totti finished the season as Roma's leading scorer with ten goals in all competitions, the seventh time in which he had been the team's top scorer.


  • Rome, Italy
    Thursday Oct 20, 2016

    100th appearance in UEFA club competitions

    Rome, Italy
    Thursday Oct 20, 2016

    On 20 October, Totti made his 100th appearance in UEFA club competitions, setting up two goals in a 3–3 home draw against Austria Wien in the Europa League.


  • Rome, Italy
    Sunday May 28, 2017

    Final appearance for Roma

    Rome, Italy
    Sunday May 28, 2017

    On 28 May, Totti made his final appearance for Roma in a 3–2 home win against Genoa, coming on as a substitute for Mohamed Salah in the 54th minute and received a standing ovation from the fans.


  • Rome, Italy
    Monday Jul 17, 2017

    Announced that he had accepted an offer from his former team Roma to become a club director

    Rome, Italy
    Monday Jul 17, 2017

    On 17 July 2017, Totti confirmed his retirement from professional football and announced that he had accepted an offer from his former team Roma to become a club director.


  • Rome, Italy
    Monday Sep 18, 2017

    Totti began studying for a course in order to obtain his UEFA B coaching licence

    Rome, Italy
    Monday Sep 18, 2017

    On 18 September, Totti began studying for a course in order to obtain his UEFA B coaching licence. However, he withdrew from the course two weeks later, as he was unable to attend the course regularly due to his commitments as a director of Roma; his former teammate Simone Perrotta took his place.


  • Rome, Italy
    Wednesday Jul 17, 2019

    Announced his resignations from his managerial role at AS Roma

    Rome, Italy
    Wednesday Jul 17, 2019

    On 17 June 2019, he announced his resignations from his managerial role at AS Roma, in a hour-long press conference held at the Italian Olympic Committee headquarters where he publicly accused chairman James Pallotta and the management for not involving him enough into the club's decision making, up to the point of stating he would reconsider a comeback only under a different ownership. The events marked the end for his 30-year long formal association with the club.


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