|Full name||Virtus Vecomp Verona|
|Ground||Stadio Gavagnin Nocini,
|2015–16||Serie D/C, 5th|
Virtus Verona (formerly known as Unione Sportiva Virtus Borgo Venezia), sometimes referred to as Virtus Vecomp Verona for sponsorship reasons, is an Italian association football club located in Borgo Venezia, a district of Verona, Veneto. It currently plays in Serie D.
The club was founded in 1921 as Unione Sportiva Virtus Borgo Venezia.
Virtus Verona, the third football club in Verona behind Chievo and Hellas Verona, is a unique case in Italy of a club whose chairman, Luigi Fresco, had also been the head coach of the first team for over 33 years, after the other historic president Sinibaldo Nocini, who was in charge for 20 years. The club is also notable for being the only Italian professional football team to field a reserve team in the regional amateur divisions.
The club was promoted into professionalism for its first time ever at the end of the 2012–13 season, after winning the national playoff tournament in which they were qualified as fourth-placed in the Girone C of Serie D.
Colors and badge
Its colors are red and blue.
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Virtus Vecomp Verona supporters are known for their hardline anti-fascist and left-wing leanings. The group Virtus Fans born in 2006, was splitted in 2015. From the ashes of the Virtus Fans born 2 new groups: Virtus Verona Rude Firm 1921 and the Lost Boys. The Virtus Verona Rude Firm 1921 have a friendship with antifa supporters groups all over the world: Livorno Calcio, Cosenza Calcio, Celtic Glasgow, Wrexham, Olympique Marseille, FC St. Pauli, RSV Goettingen 05.
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