For the club bankrupted in 2015, see Parma F.C.
|Parma Calcio 1913|
|Full name||Società Sportiva Dilettantistica |
Parma Calcio 1913 Srl
|Nickname(s)||I Crociati (The Crusaders)|
I Gialloblu (The Yellow and Blues)
Ducali (The Duchy Men)
Gli Emiliani (The Emilians)
|Ground||Stadio Ennio Tardini|
|Chairman||Kyle J. Krause|
|Head Coach||Roberto D'Aversa|
|Current League||Serie A|
|2019–20||Serie A, 11th|
|Website||Club home page|
Società Sportiva Dilettantistica Parma Calcio 1913 S.r.l., commonly referred to as Parma, is an Italian football team based in the city of Parma. It was formed in 2015 and is the successor club to Parma F.C., which became bankrupt in March 2015. The club's first season will be in Serie D.
The club was founded as the successor to Parma F.C., which won multiple domestic and international honours between 1990 and 2002. The new club takes its name from the year of foundation of the predecessor club and beat off competition from a rival phoenix club to secure a place in the 2015–16 Serie D.
The team trains at the Centro Sportivo di Collecchio in Collecchio.
The club is owned by a number of backers including local businessmen Guido Barilla (owner of Barilla Group) and Gian Paolo Dallara.
- As of 2 July 2015
- President: Nevio Scala
- Vice-president: Marco Ferrari
- General director: Luca Carra
- Sporting director: Andrea Galassi
- Academy director: Fausto Pizzi
- Academy secretary: Giovanni Manzani
- Technical manager: Lorenzo Minotti
- Press manager: Gabriele Majo
- Official website (English) (Italian)
- Parma at Serie A (English) (Italian)
- Parma at Football Italia
- Parma at ESPN Soccernet
|Serie A 2020-21|
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