|Ground Info|| Stadio Ezio Scida is a football stadium in Crotone, Italy. It is currently the home of F.C. Crotone. The stadium holds 16,547. Stadio Ezio Scida opened in 1946 after having been under construction for 11 years. The stadium was named after ex-player Ezio Scida, who died during a team trip in 1946. Until 1999, Stadio Ezio Scida was a very modest structure that could hold no more than 5,000 people. Redevelopment works involving works of all stand around the turn of the millennium almost doubled capacity to just under 10,000 seats. Following Crotone’s promotion to the Serie A in 2016, the stadium got further expanded with temporary bleachers on top of the main stand and Curva Sud, raising capacity of over 16,000.|
|Honours||Football Club Crotone S.r.l., commonly referred to as Crotone, is an Italian football club based in Crotone, Calabria.|
Founded in 1910, it holds its home games at Stadio Ezio Scida, which has a 16,547-seat capacity.
The club is based in the ancient Greek settlement of Kroton, one of the first Greek colonies in what is now known as modern day Italy. The club is proud of their Greek origins with their banners and slogans and regularly depicting Greek icons such as soldiers of Sparta.
The first team from Crotone, Società sportiva Crotona, was founded as soon as September 1910, but without adhering to Italian Football Federation, and the following main teams of Crotone, like Milone Crotone, did not participated before 1921-1923 in several minor leagues including Prima Divisione (which later would be known as Serie C). Following World War II, a new club, Unione Sportiva Crotone replaced the previous one, playing seven seasons in Serie C.