Andrea Zambonin rugby player
Andrea Zambonin rugby player

Andrea Zambonin

3rd Sep 2000 2.02m/105kg Blindside Flanker

Andrea Zambonin, born on September 3, 2000, is an Italian rugby union player known for his role as a Lock. Currently, he plays for Zebre in the United Rugby Championship.

Zambonin's professional career includes representing Calvisano as an Additional Player in the 2019-20 European Rugby Challenge Cup. This experience allowed him to further develop his skills and gain valuable playing time.

At the youth level, Zambonin's potential was recognized, and he was named in the Italy Under 20 squad in both 2019 and 2020. This selection reflects his talent and dedication to the sport, as he continues to grow and make progress in his rugby journey.

On October 14, 2021, Zambonin received a call-up from Alessandro Troncon to join the Italy A 28-man squad for the 2021 end-of-year rugby union internationals. This recognition further highlights his potential and contribution to the Italian rugby setup.

Building on his achievements, Zambonin was selected by head coach Kieran Crowley to be part of the Italy squad for the 2022 Six Nations Championship. On February 7, 2022, he made his debut for Italy in a match against England, marking an important milestone in his career.

Zambonin's presence as a Lock and his inclusion in the national team setup showcase his skills, determination, and potential for the future. As he continues to develop and gain experience with Zebre and the Italian national team, he will likely contribute to the growth and success of Italian rugby.



image (10) Zebre Parma
No 4 Lock
2020 - present
Italy Italy
No 4 Lock
2021 - present
Rugby_Calvisano_Logo Calvisano
No 4 Lock
2019 - 2020
Italy Italy U20's
Blindside Flanker
2019 - 2020