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Alessio Dionisi

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Established
1922 (101 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore
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Location
Reggio Emilia, Italy

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League
Italian Serie A

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Upcoming Events
04 Feb 23 Sassuolo   -  Atalanta
12 Feb 23 Udinese   -  Sassuolo
17 Feb 23 Sassuolo   -  Napoli
25 Feb 23 Lecce   -  Sassuolo
06 Mar 23 Sassuolo   -  Cremonese

Latest Results
29 Jan 23 Milan  2 - 5  Sassuolo
22 Jan 23 Monza  1 - 1  Sassuolo
15 Jan 23 Sassuolo  0 - 2  Lazio
07 Jan 23 Fiorentina  2 - 1  Sassuolo
04 Jan 23 Sassuolo  1 - 2  Sampdoria

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Unione Sportiva Sassuolo Calcio, commonly referred to as Sassuolo, is an Italian football club based in Sassuolo, Emilia-Romagna. Their colours are black and green, hence the nickname Neroverdi.

Founded in 1920, Sassuolo have played in Serie A from the 2013–14 season, joining a select group of teams playing in the Serie A but not belonging to a provincial capital city: Empoli, Legnano, Pro Patria, Carpi and Casale.

Team Members
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Kevin
Boateng
#27


Timo
Letschert



Matteo
Politano
#21


Merih
Demiral
#28


Alessandro
Matri



Filippo
Romagna #19


Alessandro
Tripaldelli
#3


Alfred
Duncan
#32


Pol
Lirola
#29


Jens
Odgaard
#7


Vlad
Chiriches
#21


Giorgos
Kyriakopoulos
#77


Marcello
Trotta



Cristian
Dell
#15


Andrew
Gravillon
#6


Hamed
Junior #23


Claud
Adjapong
#98


Manuel
Locatelli
#27


Mehdi
Bourabia
#6


Francesco
Caputo



Marlon
Santos



Giangiacomo
Magnani
#23


Jeremie
Boga
#10


Gianluca
Scamacca
#7


Filip
Djuricic
#7


Giacomo
Satalino



Giacomo
Raspadori



Stefano
Sensi
#12

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Stadium or Home

Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore is a multi-purpose stadium in Reggio Emilia, Italy.

The stadium holds 21,584 and was built in 1995, replacing the Stadio Mirabello. It was given the name Stadio Città del Tricolore on 11 March 2012, having previously been called the Stadio Giglio. On 8 July 2013, the stadium was given the current denomination for ownership reason (acquired by Mapei from the comune of Reggio Emilia).

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