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Established
1920 (101 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadio Carlo Castellani
(19,847 Capacity)

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Location
Empoli, Italy

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Competitions
Italian Serie B

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30 Jan 21 Empoli  -  Frosinone
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13 Feb 21 SPAL 2013  -  Empoli
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Latest Results
24 Jan 21 Lecce  2 - 2  Empoli
17 Jan 21 Empoli  5 - 0  Salernitana
13 Jan 21 Napoli  3 - 2  Empoli
04 Jan 21 Cosenza  0 - 2  Empoli
30 Dec 20 Empoli  1 - 1  Ascoli

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Empoli Football Club is an Italian association football club located in Empoli, Tuscany. It was founded in 1920 and played its first official match in 1921.

The club has spent most of the last decade bouncing between Serie A and Serie B. Most recently, Empoli was relegated to Serie B in 2004, but secured promotion back to Serie A in the next season, finishing first in Serie B and qualified for European football for the first time in their history with a 7th-place finish. 2007–08 was the seventh Serie A season for Empoli, particularly impressive for a team in a city of only 45,000 inhabitants. Empoli relies on extremely successful youth divisions which are among the most renowned in Italy. Empoli secured promotion back to Serie A in 2013-2014, finishing as runners-up to Palermo after losing the promotion play-off final to Livorno the previous season.
In the final matchday of the 2018–19 Serie A season, Empoli were one point above the relegation zone ahead of Genoa, however were eventually relegated to Serie B after they were defeated by Internazionale, while Genoa drew with Fiorentina.

Team Members
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Afriyie
Acquah




Luca
Antonelli




Kristjan
Asllani




Nedim
Bajrami
#11



Tommaso
Baldanzi




Filippo
Bandinelli




Luca
Belardinelli




Valerio
Biagini




Matteo
Brighi




Alberto
Brignoli




Alberto
Brignoli




Andrea
Cambiaso




Nicolò
Casale




Giovanni
Crociata
#14



Samuele
Damiani




Francesco
Donati




Tommaso
Fantacci




Riccardo
Fiamozzi




Andrea
Fulignati




Jacopo
Furlan




Nicolas
Haas




Klemen
Hvalič




Arnel
Jakupović




Aiugustinas
Klimavičius




Lorenzo
Lollo




Luca
Lombardi




Domenico
Maietta




Leonardo
Mancuso




Andrea
Mantia




Michał
Marcjanik




Ryder
Matos
#77



Levan
Mchedlidze




Davide
Merola




Stefano
Moreo




Samuel
Mráz




Dimitrios
Nikolaou




Marco
Olivieri




Fabiano
Parisi




Manuel
Pasqual




Roberto
Pirrello




Kevin
Piscopo




Luca
Polvani




Leandro
Pratelli




Ivan
Provedel




Samuele
Ricci




Alessio
Rizza




Alejandro
Rodríguez




Simone
Romagnoli




Ryder
Santos




Leo
Štulac




Aleksa
Terzić
#93



Aleksa
Terzić




Salih
Uçan




Joel
Untersee




Mattia
Viti




Davide
Zappella




Szymon
Żurkowski



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Stadium or Home

Stadio Carlo Castellani is a multi-purpose stadium in Empoli, Italy. It is currently used mostly for football matches and the home of Empoli F.C.. The stadium holds 19,847.

Built in 1923, the Stadio Carlo Castellani is currently the home of Empoli F.C..

The stadium is located in the sporting district of Empoli on the viale delle Olimpiadi.

Inaugurated on September 12, 1965 the ground was dedicated to Carlo Castellani, former football player born in nearby Montelupo Fiorentino, who died prematurely after being deported to the concentration camp of Mauthausen. He still holds the record of the most goals for Empoli until this day.

It is formed by two tribune, or grandstands, and two curve with a total capacity of 19,795 spectators. The Curva Sud was recently renovated, with older structures being replaced. The Municipality of Empoli and the Banca di Credito Cooperativo di Cambiano have financed the renovations. The stadium is also equipped with an athletics track for long jump and a running track. The stadium does not have a time clock visible from the cheap seats and the views include small bits of the Tuscan hills and many industrial environs.

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