The funeral of Livorno on loan midfielder Piermario Morosini took place on Thursday in Bergamo, the city where he was born.
Morosini died on Saturday after collapsing on the pitch during a Serie B game against Pescara. No cause of death was determined after Morosini's autopsy proved inconclusive.
Thousands of fans paid their respects yesterday in Leghorn, filing past his coffin at Livorno's Armando Picchi stadium.
Large crowds also gathered today outside the church in Bergamo where the funeral was held to bid farewell to the 25-year-old, nicknamed 'Moro'.
Members of the football world along with family and friends were present at the funeral, while thousands watched it on national television, including those who saw it on big screens set up around Bergamo.
Morosini's coffin was carried out of the church by his friends as fans applauded outside.
Among those present at the service was Italy coach Cesare Prandelli and Ghanian star and former team mate at Udinese, Sulley Muntari. Morosini, who moved to Livorno on loan from Udinese in January, had made 18 appearances for Italy's Under-21 side.
Morosini had been hit by a series of personal tragedies in his young life. He had lost both his parents before his 18th birthday.
Shortly after, Morosini's disabled brother committed suicide, leaving him alone with his handicapped elder sister.