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|Date of birth||(1891-01-03)3 January 1891|
|Place of birth||Milan, Italy|
|Date of death||25 December 1916 (aged 25)|
|Place of death||near Monfalcone, Italy|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Virgilio Fossati (Italian pronunciation: [virˈdʒiːljo fosˈsaːti]; 3 January 1891 – 25 December 1916) was an Italian footballer and manager. A midfielder, he played for and coached Italian club Inter Milan, also representing the Italy national football team; he captained both teams throughout his career.
Fossati spent his entire career with Inter Milan. He played 97 times for the club and scored 4 goals. Throughout his career, Fossati served as Inter and Italy's captain and also the first Inter player to play with the Italian national team. On 15 May 1910, he scored in Italy's first official match, a 6–2 win over France. He later also coached Inter.
His brother Giuseppe (born 1894) played 43 matches in three years with Inter.
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