Paride Tumburus

Biographical information

RolesCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameParide•Tumburus
Used nameParide•Tumburus
Born8 March 1939 in Aquileia, Udine (ITA)
Died24 October 2015 in Aquileia, Udine (ITA)
Measurements174 cm / 73 kg
AffiliationsBologna FC 1909, Bologna (ITA)
NOC Italy


Paride Tumburus played club football for Bologna FC 1909 and Vicenza Calcio. He played 227 matches for those sides, scoring four goals as a defender. Tumburus competed for the Italian national team at the 1960 Olympics and 1962 FIFA World Cup, earning four caps in all. His début at the World Cup came in the Chile vs. Italy group match, known as the Battle of Santiago, one of the most violent matches in international football history. Tumburus won the 1961 Mitropa Cup with Bologna and was in their first post-war Serie A title winning team in 1963-64.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1960 Summer Olympics Football (Football) ITA Paride Tumburus
Football, Men (Olympic) Italy 4