Camarda made a history of being youngest ever player of Serie A at 15

Last Updated on 25/11/2023 by

Francesco Camarda, a Milan sensation, set a record by becoming the youngest player in the history of Serie A at the age of 15 years and 260 days.

At San Siro this evening, the striker was used off the substitutes’ bench for the final ten minutes of the match against Fiorentina.


Francesco Camarda was born and reared in Milan, and by the time he was a teenager, he was already playing for the Rossoneri at the Primavera level, where he scored goals while playing alongside and against players who were at least two years his senior.

This season, Camarda has scored seven goals for the Milan Primavera squad in a total of thirteen games, including three goals in as many matches played in the UEFA Youth League.

The previous age record was held by Wisdom Amey of Bologna, who made his debut for his team on May 21, 2022 against Genoa at the age of 15 years and 274 days.

Pietro Pellegri, a striker for Genoa, made his debut just four days after he turned 20 when he came on as a substitute against Torino.

Up until this point, Gianluigi Donnarumma held the record for the youngest player to make his debut for Milan in Serie A. He was 16 years and eight months old when he was selected to start against Sassuolo at the San Siro in October 2015.


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