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Established
1907 (113 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadio Paolo Mazza
(16,134 Capacity)

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Location
Ferrara, Italy

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Italian Serie A

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S.P.A.L. (an acronym for Società Polisportiva Ars et Labor, is a professional Italian football club, based in Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna. The team plays in Serie A, the highest level of the Italian football league system.

Founded in 1907, since 1928 they have played their home matches at Stadio Paolo Mazza, named after Paolo Mazza (chairman of the club 1946–1977).

In total, SPAL have participated in 24 top-tier, 25 second-tier, 41 third-tier, 7 fourth-tier and 1 fifth-tier league seasons. The club's best finish was when they came fifth in the 1959–60 Serie A; they also reached the 1961–62 Coppa Italia final.

The club is owned by Vetroresina S.p.A. and chaired by Walter Mattioli. The current manager is Leonardo Semplici.

Team Members
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Felipe
#27




Lucas
Castro #19




Etrit
Berisha
#99




Kevin
Bonifazi
#41




Alberto
Cerri
#32




Thiago
Rangel #4




Marco
D'Alessandro
#77




Bryan
Dabo
#14




Gabriel
Espeto
#21




Mohamed
Fares
#93




Sergio
Floccari
#10




Federico
Di #31




Karlo
Letica
#25




Riccardo
Mastrilli
#98




Simone
Missiroli
#7




Alessandro
Murgia
#11




Andrea
Petagna
#37




Arkadiusz
Reca
#13




Jacopo
Sala
#26



Bartosz
Salamon
#66




Demba
Thiam
#22




Nenad
Tomovic
#40




Georgi
Tunjov
#96




Mirko
Valdifiori
#6




Mattia
Valoti
#8




Francesco
Vicari
#23




Federico
Zanchetta
#97




Ervin
Zukanovic
#87



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Stadium or Home

Stadio Paolo Mazza (formerly Stadio Comunale) is a multi-use stadium in Ferrara, Italy. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of SPAL.

Located in the Rione Giardino, west of Ferrara within the city walls, it was built in the immediate vicinity of the area where the former playground of SPAL, Campo di Piazza d'Armi, stood since 1919. The municipal stadium of Ferrara is the fifth oldest Italian ground still in operation.

It was opened in September 1928 as Stadio Comunale, initially it had a capacity of 4,000. It assumed the current denomination in February 1982, in honour of the former president of the club Paolo Mazza, who died two months earlier.

In concomitance with the access of SPAL to Serie A, in 1951 it was subjected to a heavy restructuring that brought capacity to 25,000. Between 1960s and 1980s it was renovated again, stabilizing the number of possible spectators to 22,000 until mid-2000s.

From 2005 to 2016 the capacity was limited to 7,500 due to safety reasons and cost containment. In 2016–17, in conjunction with the club's promotion to Serie B and then to Serie A, the stadium was restructured again to match the modern needs of comfort and safety. In the summer of 2018 a further remodeling took place, in order to bring the stadium capacity from 13,135 seats to 16,134.

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