Ferdinando Coppola is a football player from Italy, born in 1978 in Naples. He graduated from the academy of Napoli, based in his hometown, and then went on his senior career with the first team in 1996. He was the fourth-choice keeper and in 2000 was sent to Bologna F.C. 1909, but was a backup for Gianluca Pagliuca.
In the summer of 2003 Coppola signed for Ascoli and then was sent to Reggina on a loan deal. In 2004 he came back to Ascoli and played for them until 2006, making 67 league appearances.
Before the start of the 2006 season he moved to Milan, but wasn’t used there and was loaned to Piacenza Calcio and then to Atalanta B.C. Coppola remained at Atalanta on a permanent deal, after the club became a co-owner of his rights. In 2009/10 the team faced relegation and Coppola re-joined with Milan, nevertheless being loaned to Siena on 30 June 2010. After his spell there he was loaned to Torino and on 30 June 2011 he joined Torino on a long-term basis.
In 2013 Coppola returned to AC Milan.
Found a mistake? Highlight it with mouse and press CTRL + Enter. Thank you!