Hellas Verona Football Club, also known as Hellas Verona or Verona, is an Italian football club based in Verona, Veneto, that plays top-flight football in Serie A. The club has won a Serie A title in 1984-85 season.
Established in 1903 by a gathering of high school students, the club was named Hellas (the Greek word for Greece). At a time in which football was played genuinely as it were within the bigger cities of the northwest of Italy, most of Verona was impassive to the developing wear. In any case, when in 1906 two city groups chose the city’s Roman amphitheatre as a scene to grandstand the diversion, swarm eagerness and media intrigued started to rise.
In the beginning years, Hellas was one of three or four groups playing basically at a municipal level whereas battling against city rivals Bentegodi to gotten to be the city’s premier football outfit. By the 1907–08 season, Hellas was playing against regional teams and a strong rivalry with Vicenza that keeps going to this day was born.
From 1898 to 1926, Italian football was sorted out into territorial bunches. In this period, Hellas was one of the establishing groups of the early alliance and frequently among its best last contenders. In 1911, the city made a difference Hellas supplant the early, gritty football areas with an appropriate venue. This permitted the group to take part in its first regional competition, which until 1926, was the qualifying stage for the national title.
Verona Fc is owned by Paluani, a bakery product company and the motivation for its unique title, Paluani Chievo.
|Matteo Paro||Assistant Manager||36|
|Massimo Cataldi||Goalkeeping Manager||45|
|Stjepan Ostojic||Athletic Coach||44|
|Paolo Barbero||Athletic Coach||59|
|Riccardo Ragnacci||Rehab Coach||43|
|Dario Donato||Medical Director||–|
|Paolo Righi||Club Doctor||–|
|Massimo Margiotta||Youth Co-ordinator||42|
|Tony D’Amico||Sporting Director||40|
|Samuel Di Carmine||Forward||10|
- Champions: 1984–85
- Champions: 1956–57, 1981–82, 1998–99
- Play-off Winners: 2018–19
- Runners-up: 1975–76, 1982–83, 1983–84