Antonio Bonezzi was born on November 30, 1931 in Cordoba, Argentina. The inside right started his career with Independiente in Buenos Aires. He later played in Mexico with Puebla in the 1954-55 and 1955-56 seasons, Atlas in the 1956-57 season and C.D. Zamora. He spent the 1958-59 season with Atlante.
In June 1959 he joined Montreal club Canadian Alouettes. Canadian Alouettes finished in fourth place in the 1959 National Soccer League season and Tony scored 10 league goals. He won the 1959 Canadian Challenge Trophy while with the Canadian Alouettes.
Tony spent the start of the winter of 1959-60 playing in Mexico. He then joined the newly-formed Colombo team in the American Soccer League in New York. On Sunday April 3, 1960 Tony scored three goals as Colombo defeated Newark Falcons 7-2 in an American Soccer League game.
He returned to Montreal to play for his former club in May 1960. The Canadian Alouettes had by now been given the new name of Concordia. In August 1960 Tony left Canada to go on a tour of Italy with his the Colombo club. The tour caused a a storm has many of the players on the Colombo tour roster had not been released by their original clubs. However, Tony returned to Concordia after the tour.
Concordia loaned out Tony to Brooklyn Italians in the 1960-61 American Soccer League season. In January 1961 Tony guested for New York Hakoah when they toured Bermuda. On February 5, 1961, Tony played for the United States National Team against the national team of Colombia in Bogota. Colombia won 2-0.
Later in 1961 Tony joined Beitar Tel Aviv in the Israeli League. On December 14, 1961 Tony played for the Israeli national team against Yugoslavia. The Yugoslavian team won 2-0 in front of a crowd of 25,000 in Tel-Aviv. Making Tony one of very few players to have played for two different national teams in the same year.
Tony returned to North America in April 1962 when he joined the Ukrainian Nationals of Philadelphia. He made his debut on April 8 against Pittsburgh Beadlings in the Eastern semifinal of the National Challenge Cup. The club finished the season as 1961-62 American Soccer League champions. On June 10 1962 Tony scored the Ukrainian Nationals goal when they lost 1-2 to the touring German club Saarbrucken.
He then joined Buffalo White Eagles who were members of the 1962 Eastern Canada Professional Soccer League. The club finished in last place in the final standings in the five-team league. The Eagles folded after the season and Tony returned to Israel to play for Beitar.
Antonio Bonezzi died in Israel in 1967.