Carlo Ancelotti Biography: Age, Net Worth, Instagram, Spouse, Height, Wiki, Parents, Siblings, Awards

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Carlo Ancelotti is an Italian professional football manager and former player, widely regarded as one of the greatest and most decorated managers of all time. He has achieved numerous successes in his career, including winning the UEFA Champions League, the most prestigious club competition in European football, a record four times. 

Ancelotti also holds the distinction of being the first and only manager to have won league titles in all of Europe’s top five leagues, including Serie A (Italy), La Liga (Spain), Premier League (England), Bundesliga (Germany), and Ligue 1 (France). 

Currently managing Real Madrid, Ancelotti’s impressive track record and tactical prowess have solidified his place among the greatest football managers in history.

He has also managed some of the world’s most successful football clubs, including Juventus, Milan, and Real Madrid. Ancelotti is known for his calm and composed leadership style, which has earned him the nickname “Carletto.”

 His impressive track record includes 20 league titles, eight domestic cups, and four Champions League titles, making him one of the most decorated managers in football history.


  • Full Name: Carlo Michelangelo Ancelotti
  • Stage Name: Carlo Ancelotti
  • Born: June 10, 1959
  • Age: 64 
  • Birthplace: Reggiolo, Italy
  • Nationality: Italian 
  • Occupation: Italian Football Manager 
  • Height: 1.79 m
  • Parent: Giuseppe Ancelotti and Angela Ancelotti.
  • Siblings: Angela Ancelotti
  • Spouse: Mariann Barrena McClay Luisa Ancelotti 
  • Children: Davide Ancelotti, Katia Ancelotti
  • Relationship:  
  • Net Worth: $50 million 

Early Life And Education.

Carlo Ancelotti was born on June 10, 1959, in Reggiolo, Italy, a small town known for its agricultural industry. Growing up, he was surrounded by football and often played with friends, showcasing his talent from a young age. 

He joined the local youth team A.C. Reggiolo at 14 and continued to impress as a midfielder. At the age of 16, Ancelotti transferred to Parma Calcio in 1913, marking the start of his professional football career. While details about his formal academic education are limited, it is safe to say that his primary focus was on football. 

He likely received basic education in Reggiolo, but his passion for the sport took precedence. Through his footballing career, Ancelotti gained practical education in teamwork, strategy, leadership, and communication – skills that would prove crucial for his future success as a manager. He later acquired the necessary coaching licenses and certifications to manage professional teams.

 He grew up in a loving household, with his parents, Giuseppe Ancelotti and Angela Ancelotti. They instilled strong values and a strong work ethic in him, which has contributed to his successful career. He also has a sister, Angela Ancelotti, whom he remains close with to this day.


 Carlo Ancelotti is widely known for his successful managerial career, his time as a player should not be overlooked. From 1976 to 1992, Ancelotti played as a midfielder for Parma, Roma, and Milan, winning multiple titles and achieving success at both the domestic and international levels.

 He also represented Italy in two World Cups and the 1988 Euros, solidifying his place as a top player in the world of football. His impressive playing career laid the foundation for his future success as a coach.

Contradicting his early promise, the manager faced struggles during his time with the Italian national team, Reggiana, Parma, and Juventus. However, he quickly turned things around during his tenure with AC Milan from 2001 to 2009, where he achieved immense success by winning two UEFA Champions League titles (2003, 2007) and one Serie A title (2004).

 He was also recognized as Serie A Coach of the Year twice during this period. Despite his impressive track record, his time with Chelsea was met with mixed results as he became the first Italian manager to win the Premier League in 2010 but was unable to secure another league title in the following seasons. 

He did, however, secure the FA Cup for Chelsea in the same year, completing a historic double. The manager went on to manage other top European clubs such as PSG, Real Madrid (twice), Bayern Munich, Napoli, and Everton, collecting trophies in each league. He currently coaches Real Madrid for the second time, already winning the La Liga title in his first season (2021-2022).

Awards and Nominations

Managerial Trophies:

  • 4x UEFA Champions League: Twice with AC Milan and twice with Real Madrid 
  • 3x FIFA Club World Cup: With AC Milan, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich 
  • 4x UEFA Super Cup: With AC Milan and Real Madrid 
  • 1x FIFA Club World Cup Runner-up: With Chelsea
  • League titles in all of Europe’s top 5 leagues: Serie A (Italy) with AC Milan, Premier League (England) with Chelsea, Ligue 1 (France) with PSG, Bundesliga (Germany) with Bayern Munich, La Liga (Spain) with Real Madrid
  • 2x Serie A titles: With AC Milan 
  • 1x Premier League title: With Chelsea 
  • 1x Ligue 1 title: With PSG 
  • 3x Bundesliga titles: With Bayern Munich
  • 3x Copa del Rey: With AC Milan and Real Madrid 
  • 4x Italian Super Cups: With AC Milan 
  • 3x French Super Cups: With PSG 
  • 3x German Super Cups: With Bayern Munich 
  • 1x Spanish Super Cup: With Real Madrid 

Individual Awards:

  • 4x UEFA Men’s Manager of the Year Award (most ever): 
  • 3x IFFHS World’s Best Club Coach: 
  • 2x Globe Soccer Award for Best Coach of the Year: 
  • 2x Serie A Coach of the Year: 
  • 1x Ligue 1 Manager of the Year: 
  • 1x Enzo Bearzot National Award: 
  • 1x Inspiring Leader Award: 
  • 1x AS Sports Award:


  • 2x Ballon d’Or for Men’s Coach:
  • 3x The Best FIFA Men’s Coach Award: 

Social Media. 

  • Instagram handle: @realmadrid
  • Twitter handle: @realmadrid

Personal Life 

Ancelotti prioritizes spending time with his family, including his two children, Katia and Davide. Davide, like his father, is also involved in football and currently works as Ancelotti’s assistant at Real Madrid. He was previously a player in the Milan youth team and played professionally for a time.

 Davide and his wife, Ana Galocha, have twins. Ancelotti has been married twice, first to Luisa Gibellini from 1983 to 2008, and currently to Mariann Barrena McClay, whom he married in 2014. Despite his busy career, Ancelotti values family and makes sure to prioritize spending time with his loved ones.

Ancelotti is not only a successful football manager, but he is also a devout Roman Catholic. In addition to his native Italian, he is fluent in French, Spanish, German, and English, making him a highly sought-after coach for international teams. 

Despite his intense job, Ancelotti is known for his calm and collected demeanor, earning him the nickname “Don Carlo.” In his free time, he enjoys spending quality time with his family and friends and indulging in hobbies such as playing golf and reading.

Net Worth 

Carlo Ancelotti, the highly successful Italian football manager, is estimated to have a net worth of around $50 million.

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