Federico Bonacchi, from Milan born in 2004 for 186 cm will be the setter who, together with Àngel Trinidad, will orchestrate the rossoblù next season. President Bongiovanni’s club once again invests in promising young athletes ready to spend themselves on the field to acquire knowledge, experience and great ambitions.
Bonacchi wore the Under 19 Diavoli Powervolley shirt and made his debut in Serie A with the A3 Gamma Chimica Brugherio team, to then move to the Milanese ranks at Allianz, behind the emerging blue under Porro.
Raised in the youth teams of Volley Segrate, in recent years he had become one of the athletes on whom the Diavoli – Powervolley collaboration was based, which resulted in him moving to the first team with Allianz Powervolley Milano.
He has achieved many goals with the youth teams, with clubs and with the Under 19 junior national team, with whom he won the 2020 European Championship. A very interesting curriculum for the young setter who boasts a U17 championship, a U19 national bronze medal and the best setter in Italy U19. These are just some of the many successes achieved by the young talent Bonacchi in his volleyball career, to which he adds in the 2022/23 season where he joined Paolo Porro in the direction arriving in the semifinals of the championship by beating Perugia and giving Lube Civitanova a hard time up to race 5.
Since last season he has already tasted the atmosphere of the Allianz Powervolley first team, and of the Superlega, in a solid environment and a company that has distinguished itself by beating great battleships.
“Taranto has a good project – Federico Bonacchi declares – and I think I will be able to give the team a good hand by showing up with a great desire to improve both on the pitch and as a person. It is my first time in a city far from home, and it will be a good challenge for me and my personal and professional growth. As far as the championship is concerned, I believe that if we manage to find the right team feeling and the desire to always remain united both in good times and above all in less good times, we will be able to achieve satisfactory goals.”