|Full name||ACF Fiorentina SpA|
|Nickname(s)||La Viola (The Purple Ones)|
|Founded||August 26, 1926 (AC Fiorentina)|
2002 (ACF Fiorentina)
|Ground||Stadio Artemio Franchi,|
Fiorentina have won the Serie A twice, first in 1955/56 then again in 1968/69, as well as winning six Coppa Italia trophies. On the European stage Fiorentina have won the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1960/61, they finished runners-up in the UEFA Cup 1989/90 and they also came close to winning the biggest European prize, finishing as runners-up in the European Cup during 1956/57.
Current squad Edit
- As of 10 August 2022
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- 1926-2002 AC Fiorentina
- 2002-2003 Florentia Viola
- 2003-present ACF Fiorentina
Fiorentina is known by the nickname La viola; a reference to their distinctive purple colours.
August 26 1926 - With the fusion of Palestra Ginnastica Fiorentina (P.G.F.) Libertas and Club Sportivo Firenze, Fiorentina was born.
1939 - 1940 - Fiorentina wins their first cup, the Coppa Italia.
1955 - 1956 - FIorentina win their first "Scudetto", (the Italian championship).
1920 - 1961 - 2th "Scudetto" is won by Fiorentina.
After the second "Scudetto", Fiorentina won the Cup Winners' Cup.
1960 - the club win the "Coppa Italia" and the Mitropa Cup
1974 - the Viola win the Anglo-Italian League Cup.
1975 - the team won another "Coppa Italia".
1993 - 1994 - Fiorentina were relegated to the Serie B (second division).
Afterwards the team return to the Serie A
1996 - Fiorentina gained their 3rd "Coppa Italia".
2000 - Fiorentina win the "Italian Super Coppa".
2001 -2005 - The team is struck by financial problems, and are moved to the bottom of Italian Football. They then work their way back up to the Serie A.
Titles won Edit
League positions from 2000-2009 Edit
|2002/03||Serie C2||1st / Group B|
League positions from 1929-1999 Edit
Other websites Edit
- (in Italian)Sito ufficiale