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U.S. Fiorenzuola presents a structure formed by 1 field (Velodromo Pavesi) where the First Team disputes the home games.

The Club has also four 11vs11 training fields located in two different locations for all teams (including the youth sector).

U.S. Fiorenzuola also presents a 6vs6 "cage" in clay (a field with sides on the sides to encourage the intensity of training proposals) and a 11vs11 clay court.

For Under 9s , in the winter months the heated 5vs5 structure is used to encourage activities.

 

Velodromo Pavesi 

Capacity: 3.500

Average Attendance: 900

 

HISTORY

U.S. Fiorenzuola 1922 was founded in 1922. From the first official championship, played in the following season in the Fourth Division, it travels shipped to the historic centenary of the Fiorenzuola's Club.

At the end of the 1980s, U.S. Fiorenzuola manages to conquer the historic promotion among professionals in the then C2 Series. From there, there was a true 'golden season' for the Rossoneri company, with great goals and high profile seasons.

In the 1992/1993 season another promotion, in Serie C1, and in 1993/1994 immediately a great season with the 7th place finish.

In 1994/1995 U.S. Fiorenzuola touched on the promotion of Serie B, losing only on penalties in the final of Playoff, at the Dall'Ara stadium in Bologna, against Pistoiese.

The following year, Fiorenzuola reached the Last 16 in Coppa Italia (Italian Cup), losing 1-2 against F.C. Internazionale in a historic match. 

Today, U.S. Fiorenzuola 1922 is an appreciated and known Club in Serie D (4th level in Italy)

ACADEMY PROJECT

In recent years U.S. Fiorenzuola 1922 gave importance to the creation of a new architecture for the youth sector, creating U.S. Fiorenzuola Academy. The Rossoneri have also begun to make contacts with teams abroad, organizing the first Summer Day Camp in collaboration with Tottenham Hotspurs.

In the last 3 years U.S. Fiorenzuola Academy gave 10 players to professional youth teams.

This achivement shows the good product of the new direction of the Academy, on which U.S. Fiorenzuola will put more and more effort, knowledge enthusiasm, science and strengths to produce more players in future ready for pro teams.

PAST PLAYERS AND COACHES

Among the ranks of Fiorenzuola have played young people who later became great professionals and even World Cup Champions in 2006, like Luca Toni and Massimo Oddo.

In Fiorenzuola have worked several professional coaches including Giancarlo D'Astoli, Alberto Cavasin, William Viali, Devis Mangia.

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