Udinese Calcio

The Italian soccer club Udinese Calcio (more known as just Udinese) was established already in 1896, in the town Udine. They are sometimes called "The Little Zebras" based on their black and white striped shirts. They have so far not won Serie A, but has several top five placements.

Basic facts

Founded: 1896
Country: Italy
City: Udine

Home grounds

Stadio Moretti (1920-1976)
Stadio Friuli (1976-)

Udinese black and white team photo
The team in 1937.

History

Udinese has never won the top-level league in Italy. They were the runner-up in 1954–1955 season, four points behind Milan. They are also waiting for the first Coppa Italia trophy. The club reach the final in the competition the first time it was played in 1922 and losing to Vado.

They have three international titles: Mitropa Cup (1980), Anglo-Italian Cup once (1978) and Intertoto Cup (2000).

By Oscar Anderson

Serie A record

Season Position Points
2017-18 14 40
2016-17 13 45
2015-16 17 39
2014-15 16 41
2013-14 14 44
2012-13 5 66
2011-12 3 64
2010-11 4 66
2009-10 15 44
2008-09 7 58
2007-08 7 57
2006-07 10 46
2005-06 11 43
2004-05 4 62
2003-04 7 50
2002-03 6 56
2001-02 14 40
2000-01 12 38
1999-00 8 50

Serie A – facts, stats and history

References:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Udinese_Calcio
Image sources:
Firstdegano