|12 Dec 21||Parma Calcio  ||-|| Perugia|
|19 Dec 21||Perugia  ||-|| Ternana|
|26 Dec 21||Monza  ||-|| Perugia|
|29 Dec 21||Perugia  ||-|| Pordenone Calcio|
|15 Jan 22||Ascoli  ||-|| Perugia|
|03 Dec 21||Perugia|| ||1 - 0|| ||L.R. Vicenza|
|30 Nov 21||Pisa|| ||1 - 1|| ||Perugia|
|27 Nov 21||Perugia|| ||1 - 1|| ||Cittadella|
|20 Nov 21||Perugia|| ||2 - 0|| ||Crotone|
|06 Nov 21||Como|| ||4 - 1|| ||Perugia|
Associazione Calcistica Perugia Calcio, or simply Perugia, is a professional football club based in Perugia, Umbria, Italy, that competes in the Serie C Group B.
Founded in 1905 as Associazione Calcistica Perugia, the club folded in 2005 and were re-founded the same year as Perugia Calcio, before dissolving once again in 2010, taking on its current name.
The club has played 13 times in the Serie A; their best placement was finishing runners-up in 1978–79 year unbeaten, becoming the first team under the round-robin format to finish the Serie A season without defeats. In addition to various minor league titles, the club has won the 2003 UEFA Intertoto Cup, and has made two UEFA Cup appearances.
The club's players are nicknamed "biancorossi" (red and whites) due to their historical kit colours, which include red shirts and socks accompanied by white shorts, and "griffoni" (griffins), inspired by their city's heraldic symbol. They play their home matches at the 28,000-capacity Stadio Renato Curi. In the 1979–80 season, they became the first Italian football team to show a kit sponsorship.
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