Sergio Volpi (born 2 February 1974) is a former Italian footballer. Volpi capped twice for Italy and had spent over 10 seasons at Serie A. He was a midfielder.
Volpi started his career at Brescia. He then spent his career in Italian top division, for Bari, Venezia, Piacenza, Sampdoria and Bologna. In summer 2009, he moved to Serie B side Reggina, signed a 2-year contract. In January 2010, he was loaned to Serie A struggler Atalanta but the team failed to avoid relegation. On 2 July 2010, his contract with Reggina was terminated.
He made his international debut against the Czech Republic in 2004, aged 30. He also received their first call-up along with Simone Barone and Stefano Bettarini and made their debut on that match.
Co-currently with retirement, on 18 July 2011 FIGC announced that he passed the Italian second class coach exam (UEFA A license) and eligible to coach Lega Pro teams.