Bernardo Corradi (born 30 March 1976) is an Italian footballer. He has played in the highest leagues of Italy, Spain, and England, and has been without a club since leaving Montreal Impact of Major League Soccer in 2012. Corradi was a tall, strong striker who excelled in the air; during his prime, his playing style drew comparisons with that of Pierluigi Casiraghi.
He is a former Italian international, with 13 caps and two goals from 2003 to 2004. Corradi represented his country at UEFA Euro 2004.
Corradi began his career in Italy with Siena, at that time at Serie C1. He then left for U.S. Poggibonsi of Serie C2. He played there for two seasons, one in Serie C2 and the second in Serie D. In 1996, he left for Serie C2 club A.S.D. Mobilieri Ponsacco Calcio, also located in Tuscany. In mid-1997, he joined Cagliari of Sardinia, and after two matches, he was loaned to Montevarchi in November. In the next season, he was loaned to Andria. In 1999, he returned to Cagliari and played his first Serie A match.