Atilio José Demaría (Spanish pronunciation: [aˈtiljo xoˈse ðemaˈɾi.a]; 19 March 1909 – 11 November 1990), Italianized as Attilio Demaria (IPA: [atˈtiːljo demaˈriːa]), was an Italian Argentine footballer, who played as a striker. He played club football in Argentina and Italy, and at international level, he also represented Argentina in the 1930 World Cup and Italy in the 1934 World Cup, reaching the finals of both tournaments and winning the latter edition of the competition.
|Full name||Atilio José Demaría|
|Date of birth||19 March 1909|
|Place of birth||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Date of death||11 November 1990(aged 81)|
|Place of death||Haedo, Argentina|
|1931||Gimnasia La Plata||1||(0)|
|1936||Club Atlético Independiente||3||(1)|
|1951||Gimnasia La Plata|
|1973||Club Almirante Brown|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Demaría was born in Buenos Aires. After starting his career in Argentina, he played 295 games for Internazionale of Italy between 1931 and 1943, scoring 86 goals for the club, also serving as the team's captain between 1940 and 1943.
Demaría represented Argentina on three occasions between 1930 and 1931, and took part in the 1930 World Cup, winning a runners-up medal. He was later also a member of the Italy squad that won the 1934 World Cup on home soil; in total, he made thirteen appearances for Italy between 1932 and 1940, scoring three goals.
His younger brother Félix Demaría also played football professionally, including a season for Ambrosiana-Inter. To distinguish them, Attilio was referred to as Demaría I and Félix as Demaría II. Attilio Demaría died in Haedo, Buenos Aires on November 11, 1990.
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