Claudio Ranieri bio, age, height, teams coached, trophies won list, achievements and net worth

Claudio Ranieri bio, age, height, teams coached, trophies won list, achievements and net worth

Here is all you need to know about Italian football manager Claudio Ranieri along with his age, height, bio, wife, kids, trophies won and net worth

Claudio Ranieri will be quitting his role as coach by mutual consent, Cagliari stated on Tuesday, in response to allegations in the local media that the 72-year-old was preparing to retire from football. 

Cagliari’s declaration came after their victory over Sassuolo on Sunday, which secured them a spot in the Italian top division for another season. 

Claudio Ranieri bio, age, height, wife, teams coached, trophies won list, achievements and net worth

Cagliari will be Ranieri’s final team because, according to Sky Sports Italia, he has decided to retire from football. Amid this, let us dive into his professional and personal life.  

Who is Claudio Ranieri?

Claudio Ranieri is an Italian manager and former player who was born on October 20, 1951 in Rome, Italy. The 72 year old has a height of 1.82m.


A look at Claudio Ranieri’s career 

Claudio Ranieri’s greatest-known accomplishment is leading Leicester City to the Premier League title in 2015–16, which remains one of the greatest sporting shocks in history. The 72-year-old is currently managing Cagliari, a Serie A club. 

Claudio has played for teams like Roma, Catanzaro, Catania and Palermo before he became a head coach. He started his managerial career in Italy’s lower leagues in the late 1980s, but Cagliari was where he really earned his name, taking them from Serie C1 to Serie A in back-to-back seasons. 

He was dismissed from his role as Napoli’s manager the next season, which enabled him to advance to the UEFA Cup. He joined Fiorentina in 1993 and guided the team to promotion to Serie A before moving to Spain in 1997 to coach Valencia and then Atletico Madrid. In 1996, he also took home the Supercoppa Italiana and the Coppa Italia. 

He helped Valencia win the Copa del Rey and UEFA Intertoto Cup, as well as help the team qualify for the UEFA Champions League. He has managed several clubs throughout his career. 

The teams he has coached are (1986-1987) Vigor Lamezia, (1987-1988) Puteolana, (1988-1991) Cagliari, (1991-1993) Napoli, (1993-1997) Fiorentina, (1997-1999) Valencia, (1999-2000) Atletico Madrid (2000-2004) Chelsea, (2004-2005) Valencia, (2007) Parma, (2007-2009) Juventus, (2009-2011) Roma, (2011-2012) Inter  Milan, (2012-2014) Monaco, (2014) Greece, (2015-2017) Leicester City, (2017-2018) Nantes, (2018-2019) Fulham, (2019) Roma, (2019-2021) Sampdoria, (2021-2022) Watford and then 2023-2024 Cagliari.  


During his career, besides the Premier League, Ranieri has won an Italian Cup (1995/1996) and an Italian Super Cup (1996) with Fiorentina. Instead, with Valencia he won a Spanish Cup (1998/1999), a UEFA Intertoto Cup (1998) and a UEFA Super Cup (2004).

He has a net worth of 5-10 million pounds.

Claudio Ranieri’s style of management 

Claudio Ranieri prefers a 4-4-2 formation.

Claudio Ranieri’s parents 

Claudio Ranieri was born to Renata Ranieri, Mario Ranieri. 


Claudio Ranieri’s wife and kids 

Claudio Ranieri is married to Dr. Rosanna Ranieri. The two welcomed a daughter and named her Claudio. She is married to Italian actor Alessandro Roja and they have a son named Orlando.