Bruno Gatti (* 28 August 1941) was a Swiss footballer who played in the 1960s for Black Stars Basel, FC Basel and then FC Biel-Bienne. He played in the position as Striker.
In December 1962 Gatti transferred from the Black Stars Basel to FC Basel. Gatti wrote himself a special Swiss Cup story in this 1962/63 season. Before the winter break, he played with the Black Stars in the Cup against FC Basel and his club was knocked out of the compition. Then gatti switched to FCB - and eventually became Cup winner with his new club. He played his debut for his new team on 30 December 1962 in the Cup as Basel won against SC Burgdorf 7–1. His first goal for the club was scored in the same match. On 15 April 1963 the Wankdorf Stadium hosted the Cup Final and Basel played against favorites Grasshopper Club. Two goals after half time, one by Heinz Blumer and the second from Otto Ludwig gave Basel a 2–0 victory and their third Cup win in their history. Gatti played the full 90 minutes.
He played his Nationalliga A debut on 17 February 1963 in the away game against Lugano that Basel won 3–0. He scored his first goal for his new club on 28 April 1963 against team Young Fellows as Basel won 4–2.
Between the years 1962 and 1964 Gatti played a total of 61 games for Basel scoring a total of 12 goals. 32 of these games were in the Nationalliga A, six in the Swiss Cup, three in the Cup of the Alps and 20 were friendly games. He scored five goals in the domestic league, one un the domestic Cup and the other six were scored during the test games.
After the 1963/64 season Gatti transferred to Biel-Bienne, here he ended his active football career.
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