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Lecce

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Head Coach

Marco Baroni

League Position
15

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Established
1908 (115 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Via del Mare
(31,533 Capacity)

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Location
Lecce, Apulia, Italy

Nicknames
I Giallorossi

Competitions
Italian Serie A
Coppa Italia

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Upcoming Events
04 Feb 23 Cremonese  -  Lecce
11 Feb 23 Lecce  -  Roma
19 Feb 23 Atalanta  -  Lecce
25 Feb 23 Lecce  -  Sassuolo
05 Mar 23 Inter  -  Lecce

Latest Results
27 Jan 23 Lecce  1 - 2  Salernitana
21 Jan 23 Verona  2 - 0  Lecce
14 Jan 23 Lecce  2 - 2  Milan
08 Jan 23 Spezia  0 - 0  Lecce
04 Jan 23 Lecce  2 - 1  Lazio

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Union Sportiva Lecce, commonly referred to as Lecce, is an Italian football club based in Lecce, Apulia. The club will play in Serie A in the 2022–23 season, the top level of the Italian football pyramid, having been promoted from Serie B. Lecce plays its home games at Stadio Via del Mare, which has a capacity of 31,533 spectators.

The club was formed in the 1927 upon an idea of 1908 and has spent a large part of their recent history bouncing between Italy's second division and Serie A, where the team debuted in the 1985–86 season. Its best Serie A finish is the ninth place obtained in the 1988–89 season. The club is 27th in the Serie A all-time table and is the second club from Apulia as regards appearances in the first two tiers of Italian football, with 16 Serie A seasons and 29 Serie B seasons.

Lecce won a Serie B title in 2022 and 2010, a Coppa Italia Serie C in 1975 and an Anglo-Italian Cup Semiprofessionals in 1976.

Lecce players and fans are nicknamed salentini or simply giallorossi or lupi.

Team Members
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Fabio
Pisacane #4



Paolo
Faragò



Kristoffer
Askildsen




Lameck
Banda
#22



Antonio
Barreca
#27



Federico
Baschirotto
#6



Kristijan
Bistrović




Brynjar
Bjarnason




Marco
Bleve
#1



Alexis
Blin




Marco
Calderoni
#27



Assan
Ceesay




Mert
Çetin




Gianmarco
Chironi
#97



Lorenzo
Colombo
#9



Cristian
Dell'Orco
#39



Kastriot
Dermaku
#17



Gabriel
Espeto
(Gabriel Strefezza)



Filippo
Falco
#10



Wladimiro
Falcone




Federico
Di



Antonino
Gallo
#25



Mario
Gargiulo
#8



Valentin
Gendrey
#17



Joan
González
#16



Þórir
Helgason




Morten
Hjulmand




Marcin
Listkowski




Christian
Maggio




Youssef
Maleh
#32 (يوسف مالح)



Biagio
Meccariello
#16



Boban
Nikolov




Marco
Olivieri
#11



Rémi
Oudin




Luca
Paganini
#7



Giuseppe
Pezzella




Alessandro
Plizzari
#77



Marin
Pongračić




Antonino
Ragusa




Luca
Rossettini
#13



Daniel
Samek




Yevhen
Shakhov
#11



Lorenco
Šimić
#6



Panagiotis
Tachtsidis
#77



Alessandro
Tuia
#13



Samuel
Umtiti


2021-2022

Brayan
Vera
#3



Mauro
Vigorito
#22



Leonard
Zuta



(50 total)
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Stadium or Home

The Stadio Ettore Giardiniero - Via del Mare is a multi-purpose stadium in Lecce, Italy. It is mostly used for football matches and is the home of U.S. Lecce. The stadium was built in 1966 and holds 31,533 seats. It takes its name from the street leading to the sea.

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2021-2022

Italian Serie B
2009-2010


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