GroundGewiss Stadium
AddressViale Giulio Cesare 18, 24100 Bergamo, Italy
Ground Info Stadio di Bergamo (in English Bergamo's Stadium), known for sponsorship reasons as the Gewiss Stadium since July 2019, is a stadium in Bergamo, Italy. It is the home of Atalanta and has a capacity of 21,000 seats. The field is 120 m (130 yd) long, and 70 m (77 yd) wide. The stadium has undergone a series of renovations since 2010 due to its age and features that were seen to be outdated compared to other Serie A facilities. Most of the seats in the stadium lack weather protection. On 30 April 2019, a new phase of renovations began with the demolition of the Curva Nord "Federico Pisani" (North Stand). The planned renovation is expected to be completed by 2021, costing around €40 million in total. The first phase of the renovation was completed in September 2019, with the following 2 phases expected to be completed in the following two summers.
HonoursAtalanta Bergamasca Calcio, commonly referred to as Atalanta, is a professional football club based in Bergamo, Lombardy, Italy.
Atalanta was founded in 1907 by Liceo Classico Paolo Sarpi students and is nicknamed La Dea, the Nerazzurri and the Orobici. The club plays in blue-and-black vertically striped shirts, black shorts and black socks. The club plays its home matches at the 21,300 seat Gewiss Stadium. In Italy, Atalanta is sometimes called Regina delle provinciali (queen of the provincial clubs) to mark the fact that the club is the most consistent among Italian clubs not based in a regional capital, having played 60 seasons in Serie A, 28 seasons in Serie B, and only one in Serie C. Atalanta has a long-standing rivalry with nearby club Brescia.

The club is also famed for its Youth Academy which has produced several notable talents who have played in the top leagues of Europe.[3]

The club won the Coppa Italia in 1963 and reached the semi-finals of the Cup Winners' Cup in 1988, when it was still competing in Serie B. This is still the best ever performance by a non-first division club in a major UEFA competition (together with Cardiff City). Atalanta also participated in four seasons of the UEFA Europa League (previously known as the UEFA Cup), reaching the quarter-finals in the 1990–91 season. Atalanta also participated in two seasons of the UEFA Champions League, reaching the quarter-finals in the 2019–20 season.
Coppa Italia
Winners: 1962–63
Runners-up (3): 1986–87, 1995–96, 2018–19
Serie B
Winners (6):[114] 1927–28, 1939–40, 1958–59, 1983–84, 2005–06, 2010–11
Runners-up (4): 1936–37, 1970–71, 1976–77, 1999–2000
Serie C1 North
Winners: 1981–82
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Atalanta Players List

  Name PositionAgeHeight
1 Boris Radunović Goalkeeper 25 194cm
2 Rafael Tolói Defender 31 185cm
3 Joakim Maehle Defender 24 185cm
4 Bosko Sutalo Defender 22 188cm
6 José Luis Palomino Defender 32 188cm
7 Sam Lammers Forward 25 189cm
8 Robin Gosens Defender 27 183cm
9 Luis Muriel Forward 31 179cm
11 Remo Freuler Midfielder 30 180cm
13 Mattia Caldara Defender 28 187cm
15 Marten de Roon Midfielder 31 185cm
17 Cristian Romero Defender 24 185cm
18 Ruslan Malinovskyi Midfielder 29 181cm
19 Berat Djimsiti Defender 29 190cm
20 Viktor Kovalenko Midfielder 26 182cm
31 Francesco Rossi Goalkeeper 31 193cm
32 Matteo Pessina Midfielder 25 187cm
33 Hans Hateboer Defender 28 185cm
40 Matteo Ruggeri Defender 19 179cm
57 Marco Sportiello Goalkeeper 30 192cm
59 Aleksey Miranchuk Midfielder 26 182cm
72 Josip Ilicic Midfielder 34 190cm
88 Mario Pasalic Midfielder 27 188cm
91 Duván Zapata Forward 31 189cm
95 Pierluigi Gollini Goalkeeper 27 194cm