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Unione Calcio Sampdoria, or usually referred to as Sampdoria, are a professional football club based in Genoa, Italy. This is a club which plays most of its football in the top division of Italian football – Serie A. Founded in 1946, Sampdoria came about as a result of two clubs being merged together. The roots of the club can be traced back to clubs that existed in the 1890s – Andrea Doria and Sampierdarenese.
The Stadio Luigi Ferraris is one of the mid-sized grounds in Italian football. It comes with a capacity of just over 36,500 spectators, who get extremely passionate when the club is up against the likes of Genoa. Games against Genoa are known as the Derby della Lanterna.
Sampdoria are no strangers when it comes to honours, as the club has been able to win numerous titles on domestic and European front. Sampdoria can claim to be one of the few teams that has lifted the Italian Serie A title after winning the competition in the 1990-91 campaign. Most of the club’s success, though, has been in the Coppa Italia, which has yielded four trophies. Sampdoria also have one Supercoppa Italiana to their credit. Crucially, European success has been provided by the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup but the team did rather go extremely close to winning the European Cup in the 1991-92 campaign – when they finished as the runner-up.
Some of the iconic players who have represented Sampdoria include Gianluca Vialli, Roberto Mancini, Vincenzo Montella, Clarence Seedorf, and Juan Sebastian Veron. All these players reinstated Sampdoria’s position as one of the top clubs in Italy. Sampdoria have been caused by top managers like Luciano Spalletti and Walter Mazzarri.
A huge reason behind Sampdoria’s success was the acquisition by business magnet Paolo Mantovani during the late 1970s. This transformed Sampdoria’s fortunes and they have been a regular fixture in the top flight.