Full name: Angelo DiBernardo
Height: 5-8.5 (175 cm)
Weight: 154 lbs (70 kg)
Born: May 16, 1956 in Buenos Aires, Ciudad AutÃ³noma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Affiliations: Indiana Hoosiers, Bloomington (USA)
Country: United States
Born in Argentina, Angelo DiBernardo came to the US at age 16 with his family. He played in college at Indiana University, where he made All-American in 1977-78 and was named the Herman Trophy winner in 1978 as the best player in the country. He is a member of the Indiana University Athletic Hall of Fame and was named to the Soccer America College Team of the Century.
After college DiBernardo played professionally in the US, starting with the Los Angeles Aztecs in 1979. He later played for the New York Cosmos from 1980-84 and then turned to indoor soccer (football) in the Major Indoor Soccer League, playing with the Cosmos indoor team in 1984-85, and then with the Kansas City Comets and St. Louis Steamers, before retiring from competition after the 1988 season ended.
DiBernardo was on the US National Team from 1979-85, earning 20 caps, in addition to his 1984 Olympic appearance. After his soccer career he became a high school Spanish teacher and coached soccer at Waubonsie Valley High School in Aurora, Illinois. His daughter, Vanessa, made the US Womenâs Under-20 National Team and played for the University of Illinois.
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|1984 Summer||28||Los Angeles||Football||United States||USA||Group D||Match #4||2||1984-07-31||ITA 1, USA 0||0||0||0|
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