Raffaele De Vita
Raffaele De Vita

Raffaele De Vita

Current Team

Livingston (Edinburgh City)








Player Biography

Raffaele De Vita is an Italian professional footballer who began his career in Rome before making the switch to Blackburn Rovers as a teenager.

Looking for first team football, Raffaele signed for Scottish side Livingston and went on to make over 75 appearances, scoring over 20 goals and winning promotion as champions from the Third Division in 2009-10 and again from the Second Division in 2010-11.

In June 2011, he signed for Swindon Town and played under his idol Paolo Di Canio. He went on to play over 80 times for the English side and won promotion for the third time in his career in the 2011-12 season, winning League Two as champions.

Raffaele went on to play for English side Bradford City and Cheltenham Town before returning to Scotland to play in the Premiership with Ross County. In two years with the Scottish side, Raffaele was part of the squad that won the Scottish League Cup in the 2015-16 season.

Raffaele then returned to Scottish side Livingston in October 2016 and went on to win back-to-back promotions again, winning promotion from Scottish League One as champions in the 2016-17 season and winning promotion to the Scottish Premiership in the 2017-18 season by defeating Partick Thistle in the Play-Off Final.

Ahead of the 2019-20 season, the Italian midfielder went on loan to Partick Thistle for the first-half of the season, before joining Falkirk on-loan in January 2020 until the end of the season.

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