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| Patrizia_Panico | Valentina_Boni | A.S.D._Mozzanica_C.F. | Evelyn_Vicchiarello | S.S._Lazio_(women) | Association_football | ACF_Milan | Susanne_Augustesen | Laura_Neboli | Carolina_Morace | Pia_Sundhage | Feriana_Ferraguzzi | Kerry_Davis | Giorgia_Motta | Granja_Comary | A.S.D._AGSM_Verona_F.C. | Elisabetta_Bavagnoli | Carolina_Pini | Maria_Karlsson_(footballer_born_1985) | Tatiana_Zorri | Viviana_Schiavi | Julia_Olmos | Dayane_da_Rocha | Raffaella_Manieri | Katia_Serra | Melania_Gabbiadini | Marta_Mason | Alessia_Tuttino | Chiara_Marchitelli | Cecilia_Salvai | Federica_Di_Criscio | Moira_Placchi | Penelope_Riboldi | Rita_Guarino | Marta_Carissimi | Alice_Parisi | Chiara_Gazzoli | Elisa_Camporese | Maria_Sorvillo | Cristiana_Girelli | Beverly_Ranger | ASD_Napoli_CF |
|Date of birth||8 February 1975|
|Place of birth||Rome, Italy|
|Height||1.64 m (5 ft 4 1⁄2 in)|
|2010||Sky Blue FC||10||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 22:18, 10 December 2013 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).
Patrizia Panico (Italian pronunciation: [paˈtrittsja paˈniko]; born 8 February 1975) is an Italian football striker, who plays for Torres CF of Italy's Serie A. A prolific goalscorer, Panico is a longstanding member of the Italy women's national football team who has captained the team and won over 185 caps. She is a veteran of Italy's 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009 and 2013 UEFA Women's Championship campaigns and played at the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup. In a club career more than two decades long, Panico has won nine Scudetti and collected five Coppa Italia winner's medals with her various clubs. She has been Serie A's top scorer on 12 occasions and spent part of 2010 in America, representing Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) club Sky Blue FC.
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In addition to Torres, Panico has played for 
In the months before the professional Women's United Soccer Association (WUSA) began play in 2001, Panico was pursued by Philadelphia Charge. She had agreed terms but the move was eventually derailed by red tape.
Panico made her senior international debut on 8 April 1996, in Italy's 4–1 1997 UEFA Women's Championship qualification win over Portugal in Mestre. She started the match and scored Italy's first goal after five minutes of play.[note 1] Panico was selected for the final tournament in Norway. She scored in a 2–2 group stage draw with Denmark, as Italy reached the final which they lost 2–0 to Germany.
At the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup in the United States, Panico gave Italy the lead in their first game against Germany. The match at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California finished 1–1. The Italians were eliminated after a 2–0 defeat by Brazil in their next game, but recovered to beat Mexico 2–0. Panico scored the first goal and was hailed as "one of the world's most explosive players" by CNN Sports Illustrated.
On 11 November 1999 Panico scored a notable hat-trick against Germany in a 4–4 2001 UEFA Women's Championship qualification draw. At the final tournament, player of the match Panico scored twice in Italy's opening 2–1 win over Denmark at the Waldstadion in Aalen. The Italians narrowly failed to qualify from the group after a 1–1 draw with Norway and a 2–0 defeat by France.
Four years later, Panico was included in the squad for UEFA Women's Euro 2005 in North West England. She played in the Italians' 4–0 defeat to perennial champions Germany, which intersected defeats to France and Norway and preceded another first round exit.
At UEFA Women's Euro 2009 in Finland, Panico played in all four games and added two goals as the Italians went out to Germany in the quarter-finals. Four years later, national coach Antonio Cabrini named Panico in his selection for UEFA Women's Euro 2013 in Sweden. At 38, Panico entered her fifth European finals and admitted it was likely to be her last. She was left disappointed by another defeat by the Germans in the quarter-final at Myresjöhus Arena, Växjö.