General
Napoli
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Full name Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli S.p.A.
Nickname(s) Partenopei
Gli Azzurri (The Blues)
I Ciucciarelli (The Little Donkeys)
Founded 1 August 1926
Ground Stadio San Paolo
(Capacity: 54,726)
Owner Filmauro S.r.l.
Chairman Flag of Italy Aurelio De Laurentiis
Head Coach Flag of Italy Gennaro Gattuso
Current League Serie A 
2019–20 Serie A, 7th
Website Club home page
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Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli is a professional Italian football club based in Naples, Campania. Formed in 1926, the club plays in Serie A, the top flight of Italian football. The club has won Serie A twice, and been runners-up six times, the Coppa Italia five times, the Supercoppa Italiana twice, and the 1988–89 UEFA Cup.

Napoli have the fourth biggest fanbase in Italy, and in 2015 were ranked as the fifth most valuable football club in Serie A, as well as being listed on the Forbes' list of the most valuable football clubs. The club is one of the associate members of the European Club Association. In the January 2016 UEFA ratings, Napoli are ranked the eighth best club in European Football and the second best club in Italy.

Since 1959, the club has played their home games at Stadio San Paolo in the Fuorigrotta suburb of Naples. Their home colours are sky blue shirts and white shorts. The official anthem of the club is "'O surdato 'nnammurato". Former players include Diego Maradona, Gianfranco Zola, Fabio Cannavaro, Edinson Cavani and Gonzalo Higuaín.

Players

Current squad

As of 28 February 2020
No. Position Player
1 Flag of Italy GK Alex Meret
2 Flag of France DF Kévin Malcuit
4 Flag of Germany MF Diego Demme
5 Flag of Brazil MF Allan
6 Flag of Portugal DF Mário Rui
7 Flag of Spain FW José Callejón (vice-captain)
8 Flag of Spain MF Fabián Ruiz
9 Flag of Spain FW Fernando Llorente
11 Flag of Mexico FW Hirving Lozano
12 Flag of North Macedonia MF Elif Elmas
13 Flag of Italy DF Sebastiano Luperto
14 Flag of Belgium FW Dries Mertens (third-captain)
19 Flag of Serbia DF Nikola Maksimović
No. Position Player
20 Flag of Poland MF Piotr Zieliński
21 Flag of Italy FW Matteo Politano (on loan from Inter Milan)
22 Flag of Italy DF Giovanni Di Lorenzo
23 Flag of Albania DF Elseid Hysaj
24 Flag of Italy FW Lorenzo Insigne (captain)
25 Flag of Colombia GK David Ospina
26 Flag of Senegal DF Kalidou Koulibaly
27 Flag of Greece GK Orestis Karnezis
31 Flag of Algeria DF Faouzi Ghoulam
34 Flag of Germany MF Amin Younes
44 Flag of Greece DF Kostas Manolas
68 Flag of Slovakia MF Stanislav Lobotka
99 Flag of Poland FW Arkadiusz Milik

Out on loan

As of 1 February 2020
No. Position Player
Flag of Italy GK Nikita Contini (at Virtus Entella until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Romania DF Vlad Chiricheș (at Sassuolo until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy DF Filippo Costa (at Bari until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy DF Luigi D'Ignazio (at Carrarese until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy DF Giuseppe Esposito (at Fermana until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy DF Luigi Liguori (at Fermana until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Kosovo DF Amir Rrahmani (at Verona until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy DF Lorenzo Tonelli (at Sampdoria until 30 June 2020, obligation to buy)
Flag of Italy MF Antonio Illuminato (at Pergolettese until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy MF Alfredo Bifulco (at Juve Stabia until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy MF Michael Folorunsho (at Bari until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy MF Gianluca Gaetano (at Cremonese until 30 June 2020)
Flag of France MF Zinédine Machach (at Cosenza until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy MF Francesco Mezzoni (at Pontedera until 30 June 2020)
No. Position Player
Flag of Italy MF Luca Palmiero (at Pescara until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy MF Mario Prezioso (at Cosenza until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Croatia MF Marko Rog (at Cagliari until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Amato Ciciretti (at Empoli until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Raffaele Russo (at Rieti until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Eugenio D'Ursi (at Bari until 30 June 2021)
Flag of Italy FW Franco Ferrari (at Livorno until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Roberto Inglese (at Parma until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Brazil FW Leandrinho (at Red Bull Bragantino until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Algeria FW Adam Ounas (at Nice until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Gennaro Tutino (at Empoli until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Simone Verdi (at Torino until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Alessio Zerbin (at Cesena until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Andrea Petagna (at SPAL until 30 June 2020)

Club alumni

Former players

Main: List of Napoli players

Managers

Main: List of Napoli managers

Club honours

Domestic league

Serie A: 2

Runners-up (8): 1967–68; 1974–75; 1987–88; 1988–89; 2012–13; 2015–16; 2017–18; 2018–19
3rd place (10): 1932–33; 1933-34; 1965–66; 1970–71; 1973–74; 1980–81; 1985–86; 2010–11; 2013–14; 2016–17

Serie B: 1

Runners-up (1): 2006–07

Serie C1: 1

Domestic cup

Coppa Italia: 6

Runners-up (4): 1971–72, 1977–78, 1988–89, 1996–97

Supercoppa Italiana: 2

Runners-up (1): 2012

European competition

UEFA Cup: 1

Anglo-Italian League Cup: 1

  • Winners: 1976
Runners-up (1): 1969-70

Coppa delle Alpi: 1

  • Winners: 1966

External links

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History: Seasons
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S.S.C. Napoli squad - 2020–21

1 Meret · 2 Malcuit · 5 Allan · 6 Rui · 7 Callejón · 8 Fabián · 9 Llorente · 11 Lozano · 12 Elmas · 13 Luperto · 14 Mertens · 18 Ciciretti · 19 Maksimović · 20 Zieliński · 22 Di Lorenzo · 23 Hysaj · 24 Insigne · (c) 25 Ospina · 26 Koulibaly · 27 Karnezis · 31 Ghoulam · 34 Younes · 44 Manolas · 62 Tonelli · 70 Gaetano · 99 Milik ·

S.S.C. Napoli - Managers

Kreutzer (1926–27) • Skasa (1927) • Technical Commission (Steiger, Terrile & Molnár) (1927–28) • Fischer (1928) • Terrile (1928–29) • Garbutt (1929–35) • Csapkay (1935–36) • Mattea (1936–38) • Payer (1938–39) • Technical Commission (D'Albora, Iodice, Castello, Piccini & Rocco) (1939) • Baloncieri (1939–40) • Vojak (1940–43) • Innocenti (1943) • Sansone (1945–46) • Vecchina (1947–48) • Sentimenti (1948) • Borel (1948–49) • De Manesc (1949) • Mosele (1949) • Monzeglio (1949–56) • Amadei (1956–59) • Frossi (1959) • Amadei (1959–61) • Sallustro (1961) • Baldi (1961–62) • Pesaola (1962) • Pesaola & Monzeglio (1962–63) • Lerici (1963–64) • Molino (1964) • Pesaola (1964–68) • Chiappella & Parola (1968–69) • Di Costanzo (1969) • Chiappella (1969–73) • Vinicio (1973–76) • Delfrati & Rivellino (1976) • Pesaola (1976–77) • Di Marzio (1977) • Vinício (1978) • Sormani (1980) • Marchesi (1980–82) • Giacomini (1982) • Rambone & Pesaola (1982–83) • Santin (1983–84) • Marchesi (1984–85) • Bianchi (1985–89) • Bigon (1989–91) • Ranieri (1991–93) • Bianchi (1993) • Lippi (1993–94) • Guerini (1994) • Boškov (1994–96) • Simoni (1996–97) • Montefusco (1997) • Mutti (1997) • Mazzone (1997) • Galeone (1997–98) • Montefusco (1998) • Ulivieri (1998–99) • Montefusco (1999) • Novellino (1999–2000) • Zeman (2000) • Mondonico (2000–01) • De Canio (2001–02) • Colomba (2002) • Busoc (2002) • Scoglio (2002–03) • Colomba (2003) • Agostinelli (2003) • Simoni (2003–04) • Ventura (2004) • Reja (2005–09) • Donadoni (2009) • Mazzarri (2009–13) • Benítez (2013–15) • Sarri (2015–18) • Ancelotti (2018–19) • Gattuso (2019–)

Italian Football Championship and Serie A winners
Italian Football Championship

Genoa (1898; 1899; 1900) • Milan (1901) • Genoa (1902; 1903; 1904) • Juventus (1905) • Milan (1906; 1907) • Pro Vercelli (1908; 1909) • Internazionale (1909–10) • Pro Vercelli (1910–11; 1911–12; 1912–13) • Casale (1913–14) • Genoa (1914–15) • Internazionale (1919–20) • Pro Vercelli (1920–21; 1921–22 (CCI)) • Novese (1921–22 (FIGC)) • Genoa (1922–23; 1923–24) • Bologna (1924–25) • Juventus (1925–26) • no winner (1926–27); Torino (1927–28) • Bologna (1928–29) •

Serie A winners

Ambrosiana (1929–30) • Juventus (1930–31; 1931–32; 1932–33; 1933–34; 1934–35) • Bologna (1935–36; 1936–37) • Ambrosiana-Inter (1937–38) • Bologna (1938–39) • Ambrosiana-Inter (1939–40) • Bologna (1940–41) • Roma (1941–42) • Torino (1942–43; 1945–46; 1946–47; 1947–48; 1948–49) • Juventus (1949–50) • Milan (1950–51) • Juventus (1951–52) • Internazionale (1952–53; 1953–54) • Milan (1954–55) • Fiorentina (1955–56) • Milan (1956–57) • Juventus (1957–58) • Milan (1958–59) • Juventus (1959–60; 1960–61) • Milan (1961–62) • Internazionale (1962–63) • Bologna (1963–64) • Internazionale (1964–65; 1965–66) • Juventus (1966–67) • Milan (1967–68) • Fiorentina (1968–69) • Cagliari (1969–70) • Internazionale (1970–71) • Juventus (1971–72; 1972–73) • Lazio (1973–74) • Juventus (1974–75) • Torino (1975–76) • Juventus (1976–77; 1977–78) • Milan (1978–79) • Internazionale (1979–80) • Juventus (1980–81; 1981–82) • Roma (1982–83) • Juventus (1983–84) • Hellas Verona (1984–85) • Juventus (1985–86) • Napoli (1986–87) • Milan (1987–88) • Internazionale (1988–89) • Napoli (1989–90) • Sampdoria (1990–91) • Milan (1991–92; 1992–93; 1993–94) • Juventus (1994–95) • Milan (1995–96) • Juventus (1996–97; 1997–98) • Milan (1998–99) • Lazio (1999–2000) • Roma (2000–01) • Juventus (2001–02; 2002–03) • Milan (2003–04) • no winner (2004–05) • Internazionale ((2005–06 unofficial); 2006–07; 2007–08; 2008–09; 2009–10) • Milan (2010–11) • Juventus (2011–12; 2012–13; 2013–14; 2014–15; 2015–16) •

Italian Cup winners

Vado (1922) • Torino (1935–36) • Genoa (1936–37) • Juventus (1937–38) • Ambrosiana-Inter (1938–39) • Fiorentina (1939–40) • Venezia (1940–41) • Juventus (1941–42) • Torino (1942–43) • Lazio (1958) • Juventus (1958–59; 1959–60) • Fiorentina (1960–61) • Napoli (1961–62) • Atalanta (1962–63) • Roma (1963–64) • Juventus (1964–65) • Fiorentina (1965–66) • Milan (1966–67) • Torino (1967–68) • Roma (1968–69) • Bologna (1969–70) • Torino (1970–71) • Milan (1971–72; 1972–73) • Bologna (1973–74) • Fiorentina (1974–75) • Napoli (1975–76) • Milan (1976–77) • Internazionale (1977–78) • Juventus (1978–79) • Roma (1979–80; 1980–81) • Internazionale (1981–82) • Juventus (1982–83) • Roma (1983–84) • Sampdoria (1984–85) • Roma (1985–86) • Napoli (1986–87) • Sampdoria (1987–88; 1988–89) • Juventus (1989–90) • Roma (1990–91) • Parma (1991–92) • Torino (1992–93) • Sampdoria (1993–94) • Juventus (1994–95) • Fiorentina (1995–96) • Vicenza (1996–97) • Lazio (1997–98) • Parma (1998–99) • Lazio (1999–2000) • Fiorentina (2000–01) • Parma (2001–02) • Milan (2002–03) • Lazio (2003–04) • Internazionale (2004–05; 2005–06) • Roma (2006–07, 2007–08) • Lazio (2008–09) • Internazionale (2009–10; 2010–11) • Napoli (2011–12) • Lazio (2012–13) • Napoli (2013–14) • Juventus (2014–15; 2015–16) •

Italian Super Cup winners

Milan (1988) • Internazionale (1989) • Napoli (1990) • Sampdoria (1991) • Milan (1992; 1993; 1994) • Juventus (1995) • Fiorentina (1996) • Juventus (1997) • Lazio (1998) • Parma (1999) • Lazio (2000) • Roma (2001) • Juventus (2002; 2003) • Milan (2004) • Internazionale (2005; 2006) • Roma (2007) • Internazionale (2008) • Lazio (2009) • Internazionale (2010) • Milan (2011) • Juventus (2012; 2013) • Napoli (2014) • Juventus (2015) •

UEFA Europa League winners

1972: Tottenham Hotspur • 1973: Liverpool • 1974: Feyenoord • 1975: Borussia Mönchengladbach • 1976: Liverpool • 1977: Juventus • 1978: PSV Eindhoven • 1979: Borussia Mönchengladbach • 1980: Eintracht Frankfurt • 1981: Ipswich Town • 1982: IFK Göteborg • 1983: Anderlecht • 1984: Tottenham Hotspur • 1985: Real Madrid • 1986: Real Madrid • 1987: IFK Göteborg • 1988: Bayer Leverkusen • 1989: Napoli • 1990: Juventus • 1991: Internazionale • 1992: Ajax • 1993: Juventus • 1994: Internazionale • 1995: Parma • 1996: Bayern Munich • 1997: Schalke 04 • 1998: Internazionale • 1999: Parma • 2000: Galatasaray • 2001: Liverpool • 2002: Feyenoord • 2003: Porto • 2004: Valencia • 2005: CSKA Moscow • 2006: Sevilla • 2007: Sevilla • 2008: Zenit Saint Petersburg • 2009: Shakhtar Donetsk • 2010: Atlético Madrid • 2011: Porto • 2012: Atlético Madrid • 2013: Chelsea • 2014: Sevilla • 2015: Sevilla • 2016: Sevilla • 2017: Manchester United • 2018: Atlético Madrid • 2019: Chelsea •

Serie A 2020-21

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