A.S.D. AGSM Verona F.C.

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AGSM Verona
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Full name Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica AGSM Verona Femminile Calcio
Nickname(s) Gialloblu (Yellow-Blues)
Founded 1995 (as Società Sportiva Calcio Femminile Bardolino)
Ground Stadio Olivieri,
Verona
Ground Capacity 2,688
Chairman Stefano Breselin
Manager Renato Longega
League Serie A
2014–15 1st
Website Club home page

Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica AGSM Verona Femminile Calcio, previously known as A.S.D. Bardolino Verona C.F. between 2007 and 2013, is an Italian women's football club, playing in Serie A. Founded in 1995, the team won the Serie A championship five times in 2004–05, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09 and 2014–15, and won the Coppa Italia three times in 2005–06, 2006–07 and 2008–09.

History[edit]

In summer 2011 the club moved from their traditional home in Bardolino to Stadio Olivieri, a small venue in the grounds of Verona's main stadium, Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi.[1] In September 2013 they received dispensation from the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) to remove Bardolino from their official name, becoming AGSM Verona due to a sponsorship deal.[2]

Record in UEFA competitions[edit]

All results (home and away) list Verona's goal tally first.

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2005–06 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 3–0 Croatia Dinamo Maksimir
2–0 Republic of Ireland University College Dublin
0–0 Austria Neulengbach
2007–08 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 16–0 Malta Birkirkara
5–0 Slovenia Krka Novo Mesto
1–0 Spain Athletic Bilbao
Group Stage 3–2 Austria Neulengbach
5–1 Kazakhstan Almaty
3–3 England Arsenal
Quarter-finals 0–1, 1–0 (3–2p) Denmark Brøndby
Semifinals 2–4, 0–3 Germany Frankfurt
2008–09 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 2–1 Kazakhstan Almaty
3–2 Iceland Valur
0–4 Sweden Umeå
Quarter-finals 0–5, 1–4 France Olympique Lyon
2009–10 Champions League Round of 32 0–4, 2–1 Denmark Fortuna Hjørring
2010–11 Champions League Qualifying Stage 5–0 Wales Swansea City
3–0 Georgia (country) Baia Zugdidi
4–1 Slovenia Krka Novo Mesto
Round of 32 0–8, 1–6 Denmark Fortuna Hjørring
2012–13 Champions League Round of 32 0–2, 3–0 England Birmingham City
Round of 16 0–1, 0–2 Sweden Malmö
2015–16 Champions League Round of 32 5–4, 2–2 Austria St. Pölten-Spratzern
Round of 16 1–3, Sweden Rosengård

Squad[edit]

As of 15 November 2016.[3]

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

No. Position Player
1 Germany GK Anke Preuss
3 Netherlands DF Kim Dolstra
4 Italy MF Aurora Galli
5 Spain DF Marta Carro
6 Italy DF Federica Di Criscio
8 Italy FW Melania Gabbiadini
9 Greece FW Sophia Koggouli
10 Italy MF Manuela Giugliano
12 Italy GK Camilla Forcinella
13 Italy DF Lisa Boattin
14 Italy MF Angelica Soffia
No. Position Player
15 Italy DF Sofia Meneghini
17 Italy FW Veronica Pasini
18 Italy FW Martina Piemonte
19 Italy MF Elena Nichele
20 Netherlands MF Dominique Bruinenberg
21 Italy FW Carolina Poli
22 Italy DF Michela Rodella
25 Italy DF Caterina Ambrosi
26 Italy DF Camilla Pavana
31 Switzerland GK Gaëlle Thalmann

Former players[edit]

For details of former players, see Category:A.S.D. AGSM Verona F.C. players.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lamberti, Isabella (17 July 2011). "Bardolino, si giocherà allo Stadio Olivieri" (in Italian). Notiziario Calcio. Retrieved 10 November 2013. 
  2. ^ Pettinati, Walter (23 September 2013). "AGSM Verona Presentata la Serie A Femminile in Sala Arazzi" (in Italian). Calcio Donne. Retrieved 10 November 2013. 
  3. ^ "Prima Squadra" (in Italian). AGSM Verona. Retrieved 15 November 2016. 

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