Youth Legends – ITALIA – PES 2019


Youth Legends – ITALIA – PES 2019

PS4 Only.

CREATED FOR MASTER LEAGUE – All players are regenerated versions of themselves (17 Year Old Youth Players)

Using a unique formula by combining the players’ Playing Style and age, their stats are reduced accordingly and each player will develop into the world superstar as we knew in their prime, within three seasons of Master League (each player needs to play as regularly as possible to develop)

**** ALL players come with their correct running motions and personal details****

Paolo Maldini
Gianluca Zambrotta
Roberto Baggio
Alessandro Nesta
Fabio Cannavaro
Alessandro Del Piero
Marco Materazzi
Filippo Inzaghi
Luca Toni
Andrea Pirlo
Francesco Totti
Francesco Toldo
Simone Pepe
De Scanctis

NOTE: This Face Pack will overwrite ITALY National Team within PES 2019. The Players will also go into your Created Player section, so make sure you have enough Spaces spare.


The Italy national football team (ItalianNazionale di calcio dell’Italia) represents Italy in association football and is controlled by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), the governing body for football in Italy.

Italy is one of the most successful national teams in the history of the World Cup, having won four titles (1934193819822006) and appearing in two other finals (19701994), reaching a third place (1990) and a fourth place (1978). In 1938, they became the first team to defend their previous World Cup tournament victory and due to the outbreak of World War II retained the title for a record 16 years. Italy also won a European Championship (1968), as well as appearing in two other finals (20002012), one Olympic football tournament (1936) and two Central European International Cups. Italy’s highest finish at the FIFA Confederations Cup was in 2013, when the squad achieved a third-place finish.

The national football team is known as Gli Azzurri (The Blues) from the traditional colour of Italian national teams and athletes representing Italy. In its first two matches, the Italian national team wore white shirts with shorts from the club of each player; the azure shirts were introduced in the third match; (azzurro, in Italian) comes from the “Azzurro Savoia” (Savoy Blue), the colour traditionally linked to the royal dynasty which unified Italy in 1861, and maintained in the official standard of the Italian President. Even though azzurro was first adopted by the national football team in 1911, the origins of blue as the national colour date back to 1366.[1]

The primary training ground is at the FIGC headquarters in CovercianoFlorence, and the team plays their home matches at various stadiums throughout Italy.