Atalanta Bergamo

Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio 1907 S.p.A.
Series of A: 20. Place (2004/05)
Gründungsdatum: 1907
city: Bergamo (province Bergamo)
president: Ivan Ruggeri
vice-president:
Manager: Alberto Marangon
managing director:
Coach: Stefano Colantuono
captain:
Successes:
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1 x Coppa Italia
stadium: Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia
(85,700 places)
association colors: Blackblue
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Website: atalanta.it
conditions: May 2006

Atalanta Bergamo (official Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio 1907) is an Italian soccer club. The association was created in October 1907 and came out in its current form from a fusion with “Società sportiva di Bergamo “in the year 1920 . It called itself from now on “Atalanta Bergamasca di Ginnastica e Scherma “, 1945 however again in its this very day valid name “Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio” was renamed. Internationally the association is however well-known under the short form “Atalanta Bergamo”.

Although Atalanta Bergamo in its association history belonged predominantly to the series of A, of Italy of highest football league, completely large success until today remained for the club kept. The crew from the Lombardei became to today still not once of Italian national masters and counts therefore the year 1948, in which they locked the series of A with place 5, still the most successful championship year. Only association success is the profit of the Italian association cup from the year 1963 (3: 1 against AC Turin), whose repetition in the years 1987 ( against the SSC Neapel) and 1996 ( against the AC Florenz) scarcely missed it, when they were only subject twice in the final.

Largest international success is reaching the semi-final in European Cup of the Cup winners, for whom it became certified 1987/88 despite the final defeat against Neapel, because those started as masters in the European Cup of the national masters. After victories over OFI Crete and Sporting Lisbon failed to Bergamo, which had descended in the meantime into the series of B (second league), only in the semi-final because of the later winner KV Mechelen.

current cadre

conditions July of 2005

coaches:

  • Italiener Stefano Colantuono

goal keeper:

  • Italiener Alex Calderoni
  • Italiener Andrea Consigli
  • Italiener Massimo Taibi

defender:

  • Brasilianer Pereira there Silva Adriano
  • Italiener Gian Paolo Bellini
  • Italiener Daniele Capelli
  • Italiener Duccio Innocenti
  • Italiener Stefano Lorenzi
  • Italiener Simone Loria
  • Italiener Thomas Manfredini
  • Italiener Claduio Rivaltal
  • Italiener Fabio Rustico

midfield player:

  • Italiener Luca Ariatti
  • Italiener Antonio Bernardini
  • Italiener Antonino D'Agostino
  • Italiener Andrea Lazzari
  • Italiener Michele Marcolini
  • Italiener Giulio Migliaccio
  • Italiener Nicola Mingazzini
  • Italiener Biago Pagano

Stürmer:

  • Italiener Rolando Bianchi
  • Logo Igor Budan
  • Italiener Gianni Comandini
  • Italiener Mario Defendi
  • Italiener Luca Saudati
  • Italiener Andrea Soncin
  • Italiener Nicola Ventola

of successes

youth crew:

former players

 

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