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Reggiana

Reggiana is a football (soccer) club from Italy.

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About Reggiana

Associazione Calcio Reggiana 1919 is an Football in Italy club, based in Reggio Emilia, Emilia-Romagna. The club was founded in 1919 as A.C. Reggiana and refounded in July 2005 as Reggio Emilia F.C., but it was renamed A.C. Reggiana 1919 soon after the start of the 2005–06 season. The club last played in Serie A in 1997. The team's color is dark red (Granata).

In the Serie C2 2007-08 regular season the team finished first in Girone B, winning direct promotion to, the now called, Lega Pro Prima Divisione for the 2008–09 season.

Some famous players played for Reggiana, including Felice Romano, Angelo Di Livio, Ruggiero Rizzitelli, Fabrizio Ravanelli, Luca Bucci, Claudio Taffarel, Paulo Futre, Stefano Torrisi, Francesco Antonioli, Igor Simutenkov, Angelo Adamo Gregucci, Sunday Oliseh, Filippo Galli, Alberigo Evani, Luigi Sartor, Marco Ballotta, Max Tonetto, Adolfo Valencia, Cristiano Zanetti and Obafemi Martins.
Reggiana played in Italian First Division for many seasons in the 1920s; the club took part in Italian Serie A in 1993/94, 1994/95 and 1996/97. Best result is 13th place in 1993/94 Serie A championship.
Most famous coach has been Carlo Ancelotti, who has been working for A.C. Milan from 2001 to 2009 and then managed Chelsea F.C
Reggiana played all matches in Mirabello Stadium until 1994; then they moved to a new and modern arena, called Stadio Giglio.

Reggiana numbers former EU commissioner and former Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi among its supporters.

Squad

As of 23 January 2012.



Honours

- Serie B Championship Winner: 1
- Seasons played in Serie A: 3
- Seasons played in Italian Serie A: 5

Notable former coaches

- Carlo Ancelotti
- Bruno Giordano
- Luigi Del Grosso
- Mircea Lucescu
- Giuseppe Marchioro
- Francesco Oddo

Notable former players


- Guglielmo Bacci
- Giuseppe Scienza
- Francesco Antonioli
- Luigi Apolloni
- Massimo Brambilla
- Giorgio Bresciani
- Luca Bucci
- Andrea Carnevale
- Francesco Cozza (footballer)
- Luigi De Agostini
- Fernando De Napoli
- Angelo Di Livio
- Massimo Esposito
- Alberigo Evani
- Filippo Galli
- Angelo Gregucci
- Salvatore Lanna
- Nicola Legrottaglie
- Stefano Nava
- Michele Padovano
- Igor Protti
- Fabrizio Ravanelli
- Ruggiero Rizzitelli
- Felice Romano
- Luigi Sartor
- Andrea Silenzi
- Andrea Sordo
- Max Tonetto
- Stefano Torrisi
- Sandro Tovalieri
- Michael Hatz
- Anton Powolny
- Georges Grun
- Claudio Taffarel
- Adolfo Valencia
- Franz Carr
- Dietmar Beiersdorfer
- Saidu Adeshina (youth player)
- Isah Eliakwu (youth player)
- Stephen Makinwa (youth player)
- Obafemi Martins (youth player)
- Benjamin Onwuachi (youth player)
- Sunday Oliseh
- Adewale Dauda Wahab
- Paulo Futre
- Rui Águas (footballer)
- Dorin Mateut
- Ioan Sabau
- Igor Simutenkov
- Johnny Ekström
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