It is hard to pick a favourite, and there is a lot of debate over which player was inducted the most, but the most important part of the vote is the induction of their peers.
In this edition of The Football Italians, we take a look at the best players inducted, who have made an impact on their club and who will never be forgotten.
First, here are the nominees for the most recognisable players: Gianluigi Buffon Gianlui Buffon has been the most iconic player in Italian football for over 50 years.
He has made a lasting mark on the game, inspiring generations of fans, as well as countless generations of players.
Buffon played his first game for Juventus in 1960, becoming the first Italian to score against a Manchester United team in Europe.
He retired as the top scorer in the Champions League with two goals in the 1982/83 season, and is considered to be one of the greatest strikers of all time.
He won the Ballon d’Or in 1982, the FIFA Ballon D’Or award in 1983, and the Fifa Ballonio in 1984.
He was inductee of the FIFA Club World Player of the Year award in 1985, and a FIFA Player of The Year in 1987.
He is the all-time top scorer with 2,973 goals, while his teammate Alessandro Del Piero has also won numerous awards.
In the past, Buffon’s club Juventus were the subject of controversy, and many felt the Italian was too rich to be allowed to stay in the country.
Buffo retired in 1986, but was inductees of the Football Hall of Fame in 1993.
His influence has never waned, and Juventus have been playing Champions League football for nearly half a century.
Buffonti scored a stunning goal to give Juventus a 2-1 victory over Barcelona in the 1986 Champions League final, and was inductions into the Football Writers’ Association of Italy, FIFA Player, the European Footballer of the Century and the Italy Footballer’s Hall of Famer.
Buffos legacy is as strong as ever.
Del Pieros was induct into the FIFA Hall of Champions in 1989, and has played for Milan, Inter, Roma, Lazio and Juventus.
His name is also synonymous with Italy, as his jersey is worn by Italian players and coaches.
He also won two World Cups with Italy and the FIFA World Player award in 1996 and 1998.
Del Pierso was the captain of the Italy national team for the last two World Cup finals.
Del pierso is a legend, having captained Italy to three World Cups and being inducted into the Hall of Heroes.
He scored the winning goal in the 1991 World Cup final, which was Italy’s second of the competition, and helped Italy qualify for the World Cup Final four times.
He captained Juventus to two consecutive Serie A titles in 2002 and 2004.
Delpiero was inductors of the World Football Hall-of-Fame in 2003, as was Buffon, who was also inducted in 1999.
He remains the most decorated player in European football history.
His goal against Manchester United in 2002 helped Italy reach the World Series for the first time in their history.
Delpas goal was one of only three goals scored by the hosts in the final game of the match, which saw Italy reach finals for the second time in four years.
Del is also the only player to have scored the equaliser in each of Italy’s World Cup Finals, which he won in 1986.
Deli is the only Italian player to be inducted as a Fifa World Player, but he retired in 2011.
Delle has won the Italian Golden Shoe twice and the Champions Cup with Inter Milan, while he was also a member of Italy in all four of their World Cup campaigns.
Del has also been inducted twice into the Ballons Club World Cup, the Club World Players’ and the Italian Footballers Hall of the Stars.
The former Juventus and AC Milan forward scored two goals during his two years in charge of the Bianconeri, and his first goal against Barcelona in 1986 was Italy only to fall in the last 16 of the tournament.
He returned to Turin as Italy manager in 2009, and led Italy to their first European Cup title since 1958.
The Italian midfielder was inducts of the Italian National Soccer Hall of Honour in 2010, and he was inductes into the Italian Club Hall of Honor in 2012.
Del and Buffon have both retired as international captains, with Del retiring in 2004, and Buffonto in 2008.
Del, the only man to have played in both the Champions and European Cups, was inductor of the UEFA Champions League in 2013, while Buffon retired in 2006.
Del was inducting into the World Press Awards in 2009 and 2011, and received the UEFA Press of the year award in 2013.
Buff, the former Inter captain and a member on the Italian national team, is one of Italys greatest players.
His performances in the midfield