Alessandro Del Piero's illustrious career saw him rise to fame as an Italian football icon. Beginning with Juventus in 1993, he became one of the club's all-time leading goal scorers and secured numerous Serie A titles, including a UEFA Champions League victory in 1996. He was a stalwart for the Italian national team, notably winning the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Del Piero's career was marked by a few injury setbacks, but his remarkable skill and leadership prevailed. After leaving Juventus in 2012, he played for Sydney FC before retiring, and he remains a highly regarded figure in the world of football, known for his loyalty, excellence, and contributions both on and off the field.
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The 1996 World Cup final for clubs, was played on November 24, 1996. This annual football competition traditionally pitted the winners of the UEFA Champions League (representing Europe) against the winners of the Copa Libertadores (representing South America). In the 1996 final, Juventus, the Italian club that had won the UEFA Champions League, faced River Plate, the Argentine club that had won the Copa Libertadores. The match took place at the National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan.The game ended in a 1-0 victory for Juventus after extra time. The only goal of the match was scored by Alessandro Del Piero in the 103rd minute. This victory made Juventus the world champions of club football for 1996.