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UC Sampdoria vs. Udinese Calcio tickets at Stadio Luigi Ferraris,Genova,GE on 12/21 3:30AM
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Udinese Calcio vs. AS Roma tickets at Stadio Friuli,Baldasseria,UD on 1/6 3:30AM
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SSC Napoli vs. Udinese Calcio tickets at Stadio San Paolo,Agnano,NA on 2/8 3:30AM
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Parma FC vs. Udinese Calcio tickets at Stadio Ennio Tardini,Parma,PR on 2/22 3:30AM
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Atalanta BC vs. Udinese Calcio tickets at Atleti Azzurri D'italia,Valtesse,BG on 3/15 3:30AM
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Italian football club Udinese Calcio, based in Fruili-Venezia Giula and currently participating in Serie A, was founded in 1896 and is valued for being the second oldest club of Italy, after Genoa. The club was established as part of the Udinese Society of Fencing and Gymnastics, and in its very inaugural year, it won Torneo FNGI in which it beat Ferrara with a two to zero score. It was however in 1912-13 that the teams first participated in the official championship of FIGC, making its debut in a friendly game against the Juventus Palmanova. The team’s current squad includes the likes of Zeljko Brkic, Naldo, Danilo, Allan, Mathias Ranegie, Nicolas Lopez, Antonio Di Natale, Gabriel Silva, Ivan Kelava, Silver Widmer, Alexander Merkel, Thomas Heurtaux, and Bruno Fernandes among many others. Udinese Calcio tickets are a soughtafter treat by football fans that wait to watch the club play tough and give them some excited play.
The team’s traditional home kit comprises of white and black striped shirts, white socks and black shorts. Udinese play their home games at Stadio Friuli that is known to have a seating capacity of more than forty-one thousand and has hosted various other high-profile football events such as the FIFA World Cup of 1990; UEFA Champions League; and the second game of the Italian national team against Georgia during the FIFA World Cup in 2010. The club is broadcast on the Udinese channel and has a massive fanbase in Friuli and its nearby areas.
Udinese Calcio has won various honors such as the UEFA Intertoto Cup, Mitropa Cup, Coppa Italia Primavera, Anglo-Italian Cup, Coppa Italia Serie C and Campionato Nazionale Primavera. The team’s notable players over the years have included the likes of Mehdi Benatia, Marek Kozminski, Johan Walem, Lorenzo Bettini, Alessandro Calori, Franco Causio, Samir Handanovic, Ricardo Gallego, Arne Selmosson, Thomas Helveg, Gokhan Inler, Stefano Galparoli, Antonio Di Natale and many more. These players have appeared in the club at least a hundred times, and have either taken the top scorer titles or appeared in FIFA World Cup during their stay in the club. The team has two world cup winners so far: Franco Causio of Spain who won in 1982 and Vincenzo laquinta of Germany who won in 2006.
As of 2012-2013 season in Serie A, Udinese played with three losses and seven draws in their initial thirteen games, but beginning in December the club picked up and winning often. By the time they had balanced their wins with losses, they recorded a brilliant winning streak of eight games till the end of the season, with a new emerging key player, Luis Muriel. Similar to their previous season, Natale finished yet again with twenty-three goals, becoming the first Fiorentina player since Gabriel Batistuta, to score a minimum of twenty goals in four consecutive seasons, which is an enormous feat. Udinese Calcio tickets are up for grabs so make sure to get hold of them before they are all taken.