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GroundMapei Stadium
AddressP.le Atleti Azzurri d'Italia, 1 42122 Reggio Emilia
Ground Info Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore, officially written as MAPEI STADIUM – Città del Tricolore, is a multi-purpose stadium in Reggio Emilia, Italy. It is currently the home ground of U.S. Sassuolo of Serie A and A.C. Reggiana of Serie B. The stadium holds 21,584 and was built in 1995, replacing the Stadio Mirabello. It was given the name Stadio Città del Tricolore on 11 March 2012, having previously been called the Stadio Giglio. On 8 July 2013, the stadium was given the current denomination for ownership reason (acquired by Mapei from the comune of Reggio Emilia). On 20 November 2020 it was announced that the stadium would host the 2020 Supercoppa Italiana between Juventus and Napoli, while on 2 April 2021 it was announced that the stadium would host the 2021 Coppa Italia Final between Atalanta and Juventus. The need for a new stadium in Reggio Emilia started when Reggiana gained promotion to Serie A in 1993: the club launched multi-year season tickets in order to raise money to build a new stadium of its property. The stadium was opened in 1995 with a sold-out match between Reggiana and Juventus. In the aftermath of Reggiana's dissolution and reconstitution in 2005, the club lost the property of the stadium, which was assigned to the Tribunal of Reggio Emilia. The reconstituted Reggiana continued to play in the stadium and had its headquarters and its historical museum located in the Main Stand; in the same years the shopping mall "I Petali" was built behind the Away End and the East Stand, with a good range of shops, cinemas, gyms and restaurants. Stadio Giglio was renamed by the Municipality "Città del Tricolore", referring to the creation of the Italian Tricolour in Reggio Emilia in 1797. The stadium is unique[citation needed] in that there is a water-filled moat built between the pitch and the stands to try to prevent pitch invasions. Because the water is supplied from a nearby river, there have even been cases in which bored fans have been seen successfully fishing in it. In 2013, the Tribunal hosted a public auction for the property of the stadium, which was won by the ceramic industry MAPEI, owned by former Confindustria president Giorgio Squinzi, which also owned U.S. Sassuolo Calcio, promoted in Serie A at the end of the 2012–13 season. The stadium was then renamed "MAPEI Stadium" due to sponsorship reasons. Sassuolo's move and MAPEI's acquisition and subsequent renaming of the stadium has caused much outrage from supporters of Reggiana. The protests included demonstrations at the 2015 TIM Trophy and during some Sassuolo's Serie A games and the formation of a group called "Via il Sassuolo da Reggio Emilia" (Sassuolo out of Reggio Emilia), but also marches through the city centre to raise the attention on the topic. In September 2016, Luca Vecchi, Mayor of Reggio Emilia, was heavily booed by the fans during the club's presentation due to the Municipality position on the dispute. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Reggio Audace F.C.. It also hosts larger rugby union matches for Pro14 team, Zebre of Parma. Football club Carpi used the ground for home matches during the 2011–12 season. In the 2013–14 season, the promoted Serie A side, Sassuolo, played at the ground. They signed a two-year rent deal with Reggiana, which manages the venue. The agreement struck with Reggiana also included infrastructural improvements, including new benches and locker rooms, along with the development of new marketing and trade policies, which aimed to take advantage of the business opportunities that come with the club's Serie A promotion. The stadium was consequently renamed Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore. The stadium hosted the 2016 UEFA Women's Champions League Final.
HonoursUnione Sportiva Sassuolo Calcio, commonly referred to as Sassuolo, is an Italian football club based in Sassuolo, Emilia-Romagna.
Their colours are black and green, hence the nickname Neroverdi (literally "black and green", in Italian).

Founded in 1920, Sassuolo have played in Serie A from the 2013–14 season, joining a select group of teams playing in the Serie A but not belonging to a provincial capital city: U.S. Savoia 1908 (Torre Annunziata), Empoli, Legnano, Pro Patria (Busto Arsizio), Carpi and Casale.
On 21 May 2016, Sassuolo achieved their first ever Europa League qualification after finishing sixth in Serie A courtesy of a Juventus Coppa Italia win over Milan as Milan would have gone to Europe instead if they had won the final. On 25 August 2016, Sassuolo qualified for the Europa League group stage after beating Red Star Belgrade 4–1 on aggregate in the playoff round.
Serie B
Winners: 2012–13
Supercoppa di Serie C
Winners: 2008
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U.S. Sassuolo Players List

  Name PositionAgeHeight
2 Marlon Defender 26 182cm
4 Francesco Magnanelli Midfielder 37 181cm
5 Kaan Ayhan Defender 27 185cm
6 Rogério Defender 24 178cm
7 Jérémie Boga Forward 25 174cm
8 Maxime López Midfielder 24 167cm
9 Francesco Caputo Forward 34 181cm
10 Filip Djuricic Midfielder 30 181cm
13 Federico Peluso Defender 38 188cm
14 Pedro Obiang Midfielder 30 186cm
17 Mert Müldür Defender 23 184cm
18 Giacomo Raspadori Forward 22 172cm
19 Filippo Romagna Defender 24 186cm
21 Vlad Chiriches Defender 32 184cm
22 Jeremy Toljan Defender 27 182cm
23 Hamed Junior Traorè Midfielder 22 177cm
25 Domenico Berardi Forward 27 183cm
27 Lukas Haraslin Forward 25 182cm
30 Brian Oddei Forward 19 175cm
31 Gian Marco Ferrari Defender 30 189cm
47 Andrea Consigli Goalkeeper 35 189cm
56 Gianluca Pegolo Goalkeeper 41 183cm
63 Stefano Turati Goalkeeper 20 188cm
68 Mehdi Bourabia Midfielder 30 183cm
73 Manuel Locatelli Midfielder 24 185cm
77 Georgios Kyriakopoulos Defender 26 182cm
92 Grégoire Defrel Forward 30 179cm