Luca Siligardi (born 26 January 1988, in Correggio) is an Italian footballer who under contract with Hellas Verona.
A native from the province of Reggio Emilia, he started his career at regional team likes Campagnola and Riese, and Dorando Pietri in the province of Modena. He joined one of the most famous club in Emilia-Romagna, Parma F.C. for one season, before returned to Dorando Pietri and played in Eccellenza.
In summer 2006, he joined Internazionale, and made his first team debut on 17 January 2008, a Coppa Italia match that won Reggina 3-0. In that match, he replaced Dejan Stanković in half time.He played another against S.S. Lazio, a semi-final first leg of Coppa Italia, on 16 April 2008.
Luca Siligardi renewed his contract with Inter until 30 June 2012 and completed two loan moves to Bari and Piacenza for the Serie B 2008-09 season, spending the first half at Bari and the second at Piacenza. On July 13, 2009 Siligardi was loaned to Triestina for the Serie B 2009-10 season. On July 16, 2010 Siligardi was loaned to Bologna for the Serie A 2010-11 season, for €550,000, with option to buy outright for €500,000, with counter-option of €600,000. He signed a contract worth €150,000 annually in net. In June 2011 Bologna excised the rights but Inter activated the counter-option, made Bologna received €50,000 in net as a bonus within a season in order to lent a place for Siligardi.
In summer 2011 Simone Dell’Agnello and Siligardi were sold to Livorno as part of Francesco Bardi’s deal. Both clubs also retained 50% registration rights of the players. Siligardi signed a 4-year contract. In June 2012 Inter acquired Bardi outright, as well as Livorno acquired Dell’Agnello and Siligardi outright. Siligardi
On 2 July 2015 Siligardi was signed by Hellas Verona F.C