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Established
1909 (113 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadio Renato Dall
(38,279 Capacity)

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Location
Bologna, Emilia-Romagna

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League
Italian Serie A

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Latest Results
12 Nov 22 Bologna  3 - 0  Sassuolo
09 Nov 22 Inter  6 - 1  Bologna
06 Nov 22 Bologna  2 - 1  Torino
31 Oct 22 Monza  1 - 2  Bologna
23 Oct 22 Bologna  2 - 0  Lecce

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Bologna Football Club 1909, known simply as Bologna, is an Italian football club based in Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, formed in 1909 (reformed in 1993). The club are nicknamed the rossoblu due to the red-and-blue striped shirts which they wear, which are also the official colours of the city.

Bologna were a founding member of Serie A in 1929. During its history, the club has won the Italian league championship seven times, making them the sixth most successful team in the history of the league.

Team Members
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Rene
Krhin



Gianluca
Curci



Frederik
Sorensen
#43


Alex
Ferrari
#25


Mikael
Antonsson




Matuzsálém



Claudio
Terzi
#19


Diego
Laxalt
#93


Denis
Alibec



Daniel
Bessa
#24


Adam
Masina



Martí
Riverola
#8


Uroš
Radaković



Frederik
Sørensen



Rolando
Bianchi


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Stadium or Home

Stadio Renato Dall'Ara is a multi-purpose stadium in Bologna, Italy. It is currently used mostly for football matches and the home of Bologna F.C. 1909. The stadium was built in 1927 and holds 38,279. It has also been named Stadio Littoriale. It replaced the Stadio Sterlino.

The England against Belgium match (1–0, goal scored by David Platt in the 119th minute) of 26 June 1990, in the Round of 16 of the World Cup, was the last of four matches in the tournament played in Bologna. The stadium was also witness to the World Cup competition's quickest goal ever scored, by Davide Gualtieri of San Marino, taking 8.3 seconds to put his team ahead against England. The 17 November 1993 qualifier finished with England winning 7–1.

The stadium also hosted three international rugby union test match in 1995, Italy vs. All Blacks (the All Blacks won the game 70–6), in 1997 Italy vs. Springboks (the Springboks won the game)and Italy vs. Ireland (Italy won the game)

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