Vincenzo Sicignano is an Italian former football goalkeeper turned coach. Unlike other footballers from Naples which start their career at S.S.C. Napoli, he started his career at the Sicilian club Palermo. He left Palermo to join Parma in summer 2003. He made his debut for Parma replacing Sébastien Frey at half-time against Salzburg on 6 November 2003. He made his Serie A debut in the 0–0 draw against A.C. Milan three days later. He also started the return leg against Salzburg, which Parma won 5–0 at home. After his only Serie A appearance, and two more in the 2003–04 UEFA Cup, Sicignano joined Lecce on loan on 16 January 2004, which became a permanent deal. After retiring in 2012, Sicignano accepted to return at his former club Palermo as goalkeeping coach of the Under-19 Primavera youth team. He was successively promoted to first team goalkeeping coach in June 2015.