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Head Coach

Gabriele Cioffi

League Position
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Established
1903 (120 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi
(39,371 Capacity)

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Location
Verona, Italy

Nicknames
Scaligeri, Butei, Gialloblu

Competitions
Italian Serie A

Last Edit
curswine: 31/Jan/23
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Upcoming Events
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05 Mar 23 Spezia  -  Verona

Latest Results
30 Jan 23 Udinese  1 - 1  Verona
21 Jan 23 Verona  2 - 0  Lecce
14 Jan 23 Inter  1 - 0  Verona
09 Jan 23 Verona  2 - 0  Cremonese
04 Jan 23 Torino  1 - 1  Verona

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Hellas Verona Football Club, commonly referred to as Hellas Verona or simply Verona, is an Italian football club based in Verona, Veneto, that currently plays in Serie A. The team won the Serie A Championship in 1984–85.

Team Members
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Oliver
Abildgaard




Alessandro
Berardi
#22



Daniel
Bessa
#24



Jayden
Braaf
#21



Federico
Ceccherini
#17



Diego
Coppola




Paweł
Dawidowicz
#27



Fabio
Depaoli




Josh
Doig




Ondrej
Duda




Davide
Faraoni
#5



Gianluca
Frabotta
#30



Thomas
Henry




Isak
Hien




Ajdin
Hrustic
#7



Yayah
Kallon




Kevin
Lasagna
#11



Darko
Lazović
#8



Giangiacomo
Magnani
#23



Lorenzo
Montipò
#96



Cyril
Ngonge




Roberto
Piccoli
#20



Ibrahim
Sulemana
#77



Boško
Šutalo
#31



Adrien
Tameze
#61



Filippo
Terracciano
#24



Miguel
Veloso
#4



Simone
Verdi
#7



Milan
Đurić
#19


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Stadium or Home

The Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi is a stadium in Verona, Italy. It is the home of Hellas Verona and ChievoVerona of Serie A and Serie B, respectively. It also hosts the Women's Champions League matches of Bardolino Verona, some youth team matches, rugby matches, athletics events and occasionally even musical concerts. With 39,211 total seats, of which only 31,045 are approved, it is the eighth-largest stadium in Italy by capacity. The stadium is named after the historic benefactor of Veronese sport, Marcantonio Bentegodi .

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Italian Serie B
1998-1999

Serie A
1984-1985

Italian Serie B
1981-1982

Italian Serie B
1956-1957


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