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Pescara

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Established
1936 (86 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadio Adriatico
(20,515 Capacity)

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Location
Viale Vittorio Pepe 65126 Pescara

Nicknames
I Delfini

League
Italian Serie C Girone C - Tier 3

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Upcoming Events
05 Dec 22 Pescara   -  Taranto
11 Dec 22 Monopoli   -  Pescara
18 Dec 22 Pescara   -  AZ Picerno
23 Dec 22 Avellino   -  Pescara
08 Jan 23 Pescara   -  Latina

Latest Results
30 Nov 22 Virtus Francavilla  3 - 2  Pescara
27 Nov 22 Pescara  0 - 3  Catanzaro
21 Nov 22 Turris  2 - 3  Pescara
13 Nov 22 Pescara  1 - 0  Messina
06 Nov 22 Pescara  2 - 1  Gelbison

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Delfino Pescara 1936, commonly referred to as Pescara, is a professional Italian football club based in Pescara, Abruzzo.

The club was formed in 1936 and currently plays in Serie C. Pescara has competed in seven seasons in Serie A, 1977–78, 1979–80, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1992–93, 2012–13 and last participated in 2016–17. The team's official colors are white and light blue.

Team Members
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Sulley
Ali


Bryan
Cristante
#4


Cristiano
Biraghi
#3


Cesare
Bovo



Gastón
Brugman
#5


Massimo
Oddo



Grigoris
Kastanos



Adrián
Andrés


Alberto
Cerri
#27


Rey
Manaj
#54


Leonardo
Mancuso



Valerio
Verre
#5


Hrvoje
Miličević
#15


Hugo
Campagnaro



Mamadou
Coulibaly



Jaime
Stábile
#7


Alberto
Aquilani


= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

The Stadio Adriatico – Giovanni Cornacchia is a stadium in Pescara, in the Italian region of Abruzzo. It opened in 1955 and was designed by the italian architect Luigi Piccinato. It hosted some games for the football preliminaries during the 1960 Summer Olympics. It originated as a multipurpose athletic facility and a center for the Italian National Olympic Committee. Today, the stadium is intended primarily for football and athletics and is the home stadium of Serie B club Delfino Pescara 1936.

The stadium, which completed its renovation works in 2009, was the main stadium of the 2009 Mediterranean Games. In the past, it hosted several matches with the Italian national football team. The Adriatico was also selected as a reserve stadium for the 1990 World Cup.

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