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Cremonese

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Head Coach

Massimiliano Alvini

League Position
18

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Established
1903 (119 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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

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Location
Cremona, Italy

Nicknames
I Grigiorossi

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Italian Serie A
Coppa Italia

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11 Nov 22 Empoli  2 - 0  Cremonese
08 Nov 22 Cremonese  0 - 0  Milan
05 Nov 22 Salernitana  2 - 2  Cremonese
30 Oct 22 Cremonese  0 - 0  Udinese
24 Oct 22 Cremonese  0 - 1  Sampdoria

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El Unione Sportiva Cremonese es un club de fútbol de la ciudad italiana de Cremona, en la región de Lombardía.

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



(41 total)
= Player Contract years remaining
= Player Statistics available latest season

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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