Bologna F.C. 1909

Italian football club based in Bologna, Emilia-Romagna

Bologna F.C. 1909 is an Italian professional football club from Bologna, Italy. It currently plays in Serie A. The club's home stadium is Stadio Renato Dall'Ara, which has a capacity of 38,000. Bologna was part of 75 Serie A seasons, which is the ninth-most in Italian football history.

Bologna F.C. 1909
Full nameBologna Football Club 1909 SpA
GroundStadio Renato Dall'Ara
ChairmanJoey Saputo
ManagerSiniša Mihajlović
LeagueSerie A
2021-22Serie A, 13th

Current squad Edit

As of 9 August 2022[1][2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   Italy Francesco Bardi
3 DF   Italy Matteo Angeli
5 DF   France Adama Soumaoro
7 FW   Italy Riccardo Orsolini
8 MF   Argentina Nicolás Domínguez
9 FW   Austria Marko Arnautović
10 FW   Italy Nicola Sansone
14 DF   Italy Kevin Bonifazi
15 DF   Senegal Ibrahima Mbaye
17 MF   Chile Gary Medel
18 FW   Italy Antonio Raimondo
19 MF   Scotland Lewis Ferguson
20 MF    Switzerland Michel Aebischer
21 MF   Italy Roberto Soriano (captain)
No. Pos. Nation Player
22 DF   Greece Charalampos Lykogiannis
23 GK   Italy Nicola Bagnolini
28 GK   Poland Łukasz Skorupski
29 DF   Italy Lorenzo De Silvestri (vice-captain)
30 MF   Netherlands Jerdy Schouten
33 DF   Netherlands Denso Kasius
35 DF   Netherlands Mitchell Dijks
50 DF   Italy Andrea Cambiaso (on loan from Juventus)
55 FW   Italy Emanuel Vignato
66 DF   Italy Wisdom Amey
82 MF   Poland Kacper Urbański
99 FW   Gambia Musa Barrow
DF   Ghana Ebenezer Annan
MF   Finland Niklas Pyyhtiä
DF   Italy Riccardo Stivanello

League title Edit

League position Edit

Season League Position
2000/01 Serie A 9th
2001/02 Serie A 7th
2002/03 Serie A 11th
2003/04 Serie A 12th
2004/05 Serie A 18th
2005/06 Serie B 8th
2006/07 Serie B 7th
2007/08 Serie B 2nd
2008/09 Serie A 17th

Former position Edit

Honours Edit

Domestic Edit

President Renato Dall'Ara (left) and captain Mirko Pavinato (right) with the trophy of the 1961 Mitropa Cup.

League Edit

Serie A

Serie B

Serie C1

Cups Edit

Coppa Italia

International Edit

Mitropa Cup

UEFA Intertoto Cup

Anglo-Italian League Cup

  • Winners (1): 1970

References Edit

  1. "Prima squadra" [First team] (in Italian). Bologna F.C. 1909.
  2. "Squadre e Giocatori" [Teams and Players] (in Italian). Bologna F.C. 1909.