Christian Presciutti will play the last game in his career early in June. Brescia’s 40-year-old captain decided to retire after the end of this season.
Presciutti has been at Brescia since 2009, and won the 2021 Italian League, the 2012 Italian Cup, and the Euro Cup in 2016, with this club.
Before he arrived at Brescia, Christian Presciutti played for Roma, Camogli, Pro Recco, Cremona, etc. The LEN Euro Cup isn’t the only European trophy in Presciutti’s treasury. He lifted the 2008 LEN Super Cup with Pro Recco. A few months after that success, Presciutti won the Italian Championships with Recco and then returned to Brescia, the club he played for the first time in the season 2006/07.
Representing Italy, Presciutti clinched two Olympic medals (silver in 2012 and bronze in 2016), the gold medal at the 2011 World Championships, one silver at the European Championships (2010), and two medals in the World League.
He can add new trophies to his treasury because Brescia is, after Pro Recco, the second favorite for the title in Serie A1. Brescia will probably qualify for the Champions League Final Eight from first place in Group B.