|Date of birth||21 October 1969|
|Place of birth||Treviso, Italy|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Roberto Breda (given birth to 21 Oct 1969) can be an Italian soccer trainer and former participant, currently in control as head trainer of Virtus Entella.
Breda made his Serie A debut with Sampdoria and afterwards played with other teams which range from the top air travel to Serie C night clubs, especially spending two long stints in Salernitana, getting also an integral person in the team who all played a Serie A period during his initial period on the club.
Breda served as mind youth trainer for the Reggina Primavera from 2007 to 2010, Breda was promoted as mind trainer of Reggina on 8 Feb 2010 following the termination of Ivo Iaconi. Breda's 1st game as mind trainer of Reggina was on house turf against Mantova (3–1) on 13 Feb. He led the group to security after a bothersome start of time of year, but had not been confirmed as mind coach and remaining Reggina on June 2010.Down the road July 2010 he was appointed while new manager of his past golf club Salernitana. He led his golf club to third put in place the regular time of year, then dropping the advertising playoff finals to Verona inside a 2–1 aggregate earn for the Venetians.Then left Salernitana by the end from the 2010–11 time of year to be able to come back at Reggina, updating Gianluca Atzori on the helm from the Calabrians for the club's 2011–12 Serie B advertising campaign. On 8 January 2012 he was stripped from his managerial responsibilities allegedly because of poor outcomes, but he was reinstantiated just on 15 Apr, three months afterwards set up for Angelo Gregucci before end of the growing season.In the summertime 2012 he was appointed head coach of Vicenza for the team's Serie B campaign, and then be sacked afterwards in January 2013 because of poor benefits. He came back into administration on Sept 2013, being successful to Gaetano Auteri at recently marketed Serie B outsiders Latina and guiding these to a shock league operate that led the membership to end the growing season in third place, and then end up being defeated by Cesena in the Serie A advertising playoff finals. After lacking on top air travel promotion, Breda made a decision to keep Latina, and then return on the helm from the membership later in Oct 2014 set up for Mario Beretta. Nevertheless, his second stint at Latina ended up being generally unsuccessful and finished with him getting dismissed on 5 January 2015, departing the membership in 21st place.
Sampdoria: 2 Coppa Italia: 1987–88, 1988–89 1 UEFA Glass Winners' Glass: 1989–90Salernitana: 1 Serie B: 1997–98