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Reggio Audace

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Established
1919 (101 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Città del Tricolore Stadium
(21,584 Capacity)

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Location
Reggio Emilia, Italy

Nicknames
I Granata (The Maroons)

Competitions
Italian Serie B
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30 Sep 20 Reggio Audace  1 - 1  Monopoli
27 Sep 20 Reggio Audace  2 - 2  Pisa
22 Jul 20 Reggio Audace  1 - 0  Bari
17 Jul 20 Reggio Audace  2 - 1  Novara
13 Jul 20 Reggio Audace  0 - 0  Potenza

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Associazione Calcio Reggiana 1919, commonly referred to as Reggiana, is a professional football club based in Reggio Emilia, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. The club was formed in 1919, and will play in the Serie B, the second tier of Italian football, following promotion in the 2019–20 season. Reggiana is known as i Granata ("the Maroons") in reference to the club's main colour: maroon.

The club was refounded two times after going bankrupt: in 2005 as Reggio Emilia Football Club, and in 2018 as Reggio Audace Football Club. In both occasions, the club subsequently regained the naming rights and the trophies of A.C. Reggiana via judicial auction. The club has participated in the Serie A, the top tier of Italian football, seven times; their last appearance dates back to the 1996–97 season.

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Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore is a multi-purpose stadium in Reggio Emilia, Italy.

The stadium holds 21,584 and was built in 1995, replacing the Stadio Mirabello. It was given the name Stadio Città del Tricolore on 11 March 2012, having previously been called the Stadio Giglio. On 8 July 2013, the stadium was given the current denomination for ownership reason (acquired by Mapei from the comune of Reggio Emilia).

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