Bologna 2022/2023 Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

Bologna Football Club, commonly referred to as Bologna, is a professional football club based in Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. The club was founded in 1909 and currently plays in Serie A, the top tier of Italian football. Some of the notable players who have played for Bologna include Renato Dall’Ara, Giuseppe Savoldi, and Roberto Baggio. The team’s home games are played at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara, which has a capacity of 38,279 seats.

Here in this article, you will get to know about Bologna 2022/23 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Bologna Profile Summary

Full nameBologna Football Club 1909 S.p.A.
Nickname(s)I Rossoblù (The Red and Blues)
I Veltri (The Greyhounds)
I Felsinei (The Felsinians)
I Petroniani (The Petronians)
Founded3 October 1909; 113 years ago (Bologna FC)
GroundStadio Renato Dall’Ara
OwnerBFC 1909 Lux SPV S.A. (99.93%)
ChairmanJoey Saputo
Head coachThiago Motta
LeagueSerie A
2021–22Serie A, 13th of 20

About Bologna

Bologna Football Club 1909, commonly known as Bologna (Italian pronunciation: [boˈloɲɲa]), is an Italian professional football club based in Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, that plays in Serie A, the top flight of Italian football. The club has won seven top-flight titles, two Coppa Italia titles, and one UEFA Intertoto Cup.

Founded in 1909, Bologna was a founding member of Serie A, winning many of its league championships in the late 1930s. The club relinquished any league dominance in 1964 when it won its last league title to date.

They won their two Coppa Italia titles in the 1970s, before battling relegation throughout the latter part of the 20th century. Bologna changed ownership several times during the 2000s and 2010s, due to financial mismanagement, then stabilized under the guise of a Canadian consortium led by Joey Saputo.

Bologna History

The consortium “BFC 1909 Lux Spv”

Under the new ownership of which BFC 1909 Lux Spv SA of Luxembourg is an intermediate holding company, Bologna was promoted back to Series A in 2015. Saputo also succeeded Tacopina as the new chairman of Bologna’s board of directors on 17 February. November 2014.

In their first season back in Serie A, Bologna finished 14th avoiding relegation. In the next two seasons, Bologna finished in 15th place in the table. In the 2018-19 Serie A season, Bologna finished in a creditable tenth position in the table. Over the next three seasons, Bologna continued to finish mid-table in Serie A, finishing 12th two seasons in a row, followed by a 13th-place finish in the 2021/2022 season.

Bologna 2022/2023 players Squad?

1GKFrancesco Bardi
3DFStefan Posch
4DFJoaquín Sosa
5DFAdama Soumaoro
6MFNikola Moro
7FWRiccardo Orsolini
8MFNicolás Domínguez
9FWMarko Arnautović
10FWNicola Sansone
11FWJoshua Zirkzee
12GKFrancesco Raffaelli
14DFKevin Bonifazi
17MFGary Medel
18FWAntonio Raimondo
19MFLewis Ferguson
20MFMichel Aebischer
21MFRoberto Soriano
22DFC. Lykogiannis
23GKNicola Bagnolini
24DFRiccardo Stivanello
26DFJhon Lucumí
28GKŁukasz Skorupski
29DFLorenzo De Silvestri
30MFJerdy Schouten
33DFDenso Kasius
39DFMattia Motolese
50DFAndrea Cambiaso
55FWEmanuel Vignato
66DFWisdom Amey
82MFKacper Urbański
99FWMusa Barrow

Bologna Home Stadium

Bologna’s official stadium is the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara. Dall’Ara is the largest sports building in Bologna and is named after a former club president, Renato Dall’Ara, who died three days before the Serie A Scudetto final. Its capacity is 38,500. The Bulgarelli curve (in English, Bulgarelli curve), the curve of the Bologna ultras, is dedicated to the player Giacomo Bulgarelli, who died on February 21, 2009.

Bologna Home Stadium
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Bologna Kit

Bologna Kit
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Kit sponsorship

  • 1978–1979: Admiral
  • 1980–1982: Tepa Sport
  • 1982–1988: Ennere
  • 1988–1993: Uhlsport
  • 1993–1996: Errea
  • 1996–2000: Diadora
  • 2000–2001: Umbro
  • 2001–present: Macron

Bologna world rankings

August 20201,554181
September 20201,567152
October 20201,543197
November 20201,562160

Bologna trophies

Mitropa Cup

  • Winners (3): 1932, 1934, 1961

UEFA Intertoto Cup

  • Winners (1): 1998

Anglo-Italian League Cup

  • Winners (1): 1970


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