Fabrizio Castori (born on July 11, 1954 in San Severino Marche, Province of Macerata) is an Italian football coach currently in charge of Serie A side Carpi.
Castori was born in San Severino Marche, but grew up in Tolentino. He started his coaching career in 1980 at the age of 26 as head coach of Seconda Categoria team Belfortese from Belforte del Chienti. Initially a boss for amateur teams, having spent three seasons in Seconda Categoria (second-lowest division in Italian football) and three others in Prima Categoria, he led a Promozione team, Cerreto, to reach Serie D in 1990 (there was no Eccellenza division at that time). From 1992 to 1998 Castori coached Eccellenza team Tolentino leading them to Serie C2. In 1998-1999 he won a Serie D league and a Scudetto Dilettanti with Lanciano. After a poor Serie C1 season with Castel di Sangro, he returned at Lanciano in 2000, and immediately won the Serie C2 league. He stayed at Lanciano until 2003.
Carpi, Province of Verona, Italy
Date of Birth (Current Age)
Jul 11, 1954 (62)
Place of Birth
San Severino Marche, Province of Macerata, Italy
Licenses and Qualifications
1980 - AIFF/AFCA/UEFA