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Head Coach

Andriy Shevchenko

League Position
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Established
1823 (199 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadio Luigi Ferraris
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Location
Genoa, Italy

Nicknames
Grifoni

Competitions
Italian Serie A

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22 Jan 22 Genoa  0 - 0  Udinese
17 Jan 22 Fiorentina  6 - 0  Genoa
13 Jan 22 Milan  3 - 1  Genoa
09 Jan 22 Genoa  0 - 1  Spezia
06 Jan 22 Sassuolo  1 - 1  Genoa

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Genoa Cricket and Football Club, commonly referred to simply as Genoa (Italian pronunciation), is a professional Italian football and cricket club based in the city of Genoa, Liguria.

During their long history, Genoa have won the Serie A nine times. Genoa's first title came at the inaugural championship in 1898 and their last was in 1923–24. They also won the Coppa Italia once. Historically, Genoa is the fourth most successful Italian club in terms of championships won.

This slew of early successes may lie at the origin of the love professed for the team by the godfather of Italian sports journalists Gianni Brera (1919–1992), who, despite having been born nowhere near Genoa, always declared himself a supporter of the team. Brera went as far as creating the nickname Vecchio Balordo (Old Fool or Cranky Old One) for Genoa.

The club has played its home games at the 36,536 capacity Stadio Luigi Ferraris since 1911. Since 1946, the ground has been shared with local rivals Sampdoria. Genoa has spent most of its post-war history going up and down between Serie A and Serie B, with two brief spells in Serie C.

Team Members
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Attacker

Aleksander
Buksa



Centre Back

Zinho
Vanheusden
#3



Johan
Vasquez
#15


Centre Midfielder

Stefano
Sturaro
#27


Defender

Mattia
Bani
#13



Riccardo
Calafiori
#16



Andrea
Cambiaso
#50



Silvan
Hefti
#36



Nikola
Maksimovic
#52



Andrea
Masiello
#5



Stefano
Sabelli
#2



Leo
Østigård
#55


Defensive Midfielder

Milan
Badelj
#47


Forward

Flavio
Bianchi
#24



Aleksander
Buksa
#44



Felipe
Caicedo
#9



Mattia
Destro
#23



Caleb
Ekuban
#20



Andrea
Favilli
#9



Yayah
Kallon
#91



Goran
Pandev
#19



Kelvin
Yeboah



Goalkeeper

Lorenzo
Andrenacci
#35



Federico
Marchetti
#22



Adrian
Šemper
#1



Salvatore
Sirigu
#57


Left Back

Domenico
Criscito
#4


Midfielder


Hernani
#33



Steeve-Mike
Ebongue
#89



Pablo
Galdames
#93



Filippo
Melegoni
#10



Manolo
Portanova
#90



Ivan
Radovanovic
#21



Nicolò
Rovella
#65


Winger

Paolo
Ghiglione
#18


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Stadium or Home

Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris, also known as the Marassi from the name of the neighbourhood where it is located, is a multi-use stadium in Genoa, Italy. It opened in 1911 and is one of the oldest stadiums still in use for football and other sports in Italy. Aside from football, the stadium has hosted meetings of rugby in the Italian national team and, more rarely, some concerts.

It was originally built by Genoa C.F.C. in 1909, and maintained as their private property. In 1933, the stadium was named after the former Genoa captain, Luigi Ferraris. During World War II it was passed to municipal ownership. It is currently used for football matches for Genoa and (since 1946) Sampdoria. It also plays host to rugby union matches. It holds 36,703 spectators.

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