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Cremonese

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Massimiliano Alvini

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Established
1903 (119 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadio Giovanni Zini
(20,641 Capacity)

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Cremona, Italy

Nicknames
I Grigiorossi

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Italian Serie A
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Unione Sportiva Cremonese, commonly referred to as Cremonese, is an Italian football club based in Cremona, Lombardy, which plays in the Serie B. The team will play in the Serie A, the first tier of Italian football, following promotion in the 2021–22 Serie B season.

The performance of Cremonese in the Italian football league structure since the first season of a unified Serie A (1929–30).
Cremonese was in the Serie A in its first season, 1929–30, but entered a long period of decline, languishing in the lower leagues before the late 1970s. By 1984, they had achieved promotion to Serie A, with one-year spells in 1984–85, 1989–90 and 1991–92.

Cremonese had a successful run in the 1992–93 Anglo-Italian Cup, beating Bari 4–1 in the semi-final, and Derby County 3–1 in the final at the old Wembley Stadium, Cremonese's scorers were Corrado Verdelli, Riccardo Maspero and Andrea Tentoni, with Derby's goal scored by Marco Gabbiadini.

Under Luigi Simoni, Cremonese returned to Serie A in the 1993–94 season. With a side containing quality in the form of defenders Luigi Gualco and Corrado Verdelli, midfield playmaker Riccardo Maspero and forwards Andrea Tentoni and Matjaž Florijančič, Cremonese held their own in Serie A with a 10th-place finish in 1993–94, but would be relegated in the 1995–96 season.

Relegation resulted in the decline of the club, plummeting to Serie C2 by 2000, before achieving successive promotions back to Serie B by 2005. Giovanni Dall'Igna, another defender from the Serie A years, has since returned to the club. However, Cremonese were relegated to Serie C1 in the 2005–06 season. Cremonese have tried to return to Serie B since: they had a good attempt in the 2009–10 season, when they were beaten by Varese in the promotion play-off final (2–1 on aggregate). Eventually they succeeded in 2017. In the 2021–22 Serie B, Cremonese finished second to earn promotion to the 2022–23 Serie A. Despite achieving promotion, coach Fabio Pecchia resigned from his post.

Team Members
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Felix
Afena-Gyan




Emanuel
Aiwu
#4



Enrico
Alfonso




Santiago
Ascacíbar




Matteo
Bianchetti
#15



Cristian
Buonaiuto




Abel
Camara




Marco
Carnesecchi




Michele
Castagnetti




Fabio
Ceravolo
#30



Vlad
Chiriches
#21



Daniel
Ciofani




Machado
Claiton




Alessandro
Crescenzi
#23



Daniele
Croce




Cyriel
Dessers


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Gonzalo
Escalante




Gianluca
Gaetano




Paolo
Ghiglione




Matteo
Ghisolfi




Leandro
Greco




Samuel
Gustafson




Jack
Hendry




Luka
Lochoshvili




Souahilo
Meite




Tommaso
Milanese
#62



David
Okereke
#77



Charles
Pickel
#6



Marco
Pinato




Giacomo
Quagliata




Andrei
Radu
#97



Leonardo
Sernicola




Jaime
Stábile
#7



Emanuele
Terranova




Franck
Tsadjout
#74



Emanuele
Valeri




Johan
Vasquez
#5



Giacomo
Volpe




Andrea
Zaccagno
#27



Luca
Zanimacchia



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Stadium or Home

Stadio Giovanni Zini is a football stadium in Cremona, Italy. It is currently the home of U.S. Cremonese. The stadium was built in 1929 and holds 20,641.

The stadium was named after Giovanni Zini, a goalkeeper of U.S. Cremonese who died during the World War I.

On 16 November 2013, it hosted Italy's end-of-year rugby union international against Fiji. Italy won 37–31.

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