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  Chievo Profile
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Although founded in 1929 as O.N.D. Chievo, the team from Verona is very young in terms of Serie A and B experience. Chievo was founded in the Chievo borough, a small neighbourhood in Verona by football fans. Their first apperance in an official league was in 1931 but was disbanded in 1936 due to economic problems. 
After World War II in 1948 the team returned as A.C. Chievo being registered in Seconda Divisione. In 1957 the small team moved to the 'Carlantonio Bottagisio' field, where they would play untill 1986. In 1959 the leagues were restructured and Chievo was admitted in Seconda Categoria, a regional league, one of the lowest in the Italian football pyramid. The team changed name in 1959 to 'Cardi Chievo' because of a new sponsor.
Two years later Luigi Campedelli, owner of the Paluani cake company which today still owns the club, bought the club and a major climb started through the Italian football pyramid where the team reached Serie D in 1974/75. This year the team changed name back to A.C. Chievo. The team reached Serie C2 in 1986, this time under name Paluani Chievo, and this promotion saw the team move to the stadium Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi. This stadium also belongs to arch rivals Hellas Verona.
Promotion to Serie C1 came in 1989 and the team changed to their current name A.C. ChievoVerona. Luigi Campdelli died in 1992, which resulted in his son becoming the new president, the only 23 year old Luca Campedelli. He is the youngest chairman to ever have been in charge of a professional football team. Campedelli signed Alberto Malesani as coach and the team got promoted to Serie B for the first time ever in 1994/95.
In 2000/01 Chievo signed Luigi Del Neri as coach, a person that would go over in history for this team. Del Neri was the trainer who sensationally brought Chievo to Serie A. Experts saw Chievo suffer a quick spell in Serie A but to everybody's surprise the team not only managed a fifth place but also a six week spell at the top of Serie A. Via the teams fifth place the team reached UEFA Cup but Chievo were eliminated by Red Star Belgrade in their first European tournament ever. 
The following seasons Chievo managed some respectable midtable positions except in 2004/05 were the team almost got relegated. After the 2005/06 season 'The Flying Donkeys' were awarded a place in the UEFA Champions League after the Calciopoli scandal where Juventus, Fiorentina and Lazio were escluded from European tournaments. Chievo entered in the third-qualifying round where they lost to Levski Sofia 4-2 on aggregate. The team from Verona had the chance to emerge in the UEFA Cup but also here tid they fail as they lost 3-2 on aggregate to Braga in the final qualifying round. 
After six seasons in Serie A Chievo got relegated to Serie B in 2007/08 but only spent one year in the second division, winning the 'Ali della Vittoria' for winning Serie B. Hereafter the team has stayed in the top flight ever since.  
Average attendance: 114 media
 
  Chievo Standings
 
 
Team Name Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
9Torino381412124845354
10AC Milan381313125650652
11Palermo381213135355-249
12Sassuolo381213134957-849
13Verona381113144965-1646
14Chievo381013152841-1343
15Empoli38818124652-642
16Udinese381011174356-1341
 
  Chievo Matches
 
Team 1 Team 2 Results Location Match Date
FiorentinaChievo3:0Artemio Franchi31-05-2015 20:45 CET
ChievoAtalanta1:1Marc'Antonio Bentegodi24-05-2015 15:00 CET
TorinoChievo2:0Olimpico Torino17-05-2015 15:00 CET
ChievoVerona2:2Marc'Antonio Bentegodi10-05-2015 12:30 CET
InternazionaleChievo0:0Giuseppe Meazza03-05-2015 15:00 CET
ChievoCagliari1:0Marc'Antonio Bentegodi29-04-2015 20:45 CET
LazioChievo1:1Olimpico26-04-2015 15:00 CET
ChievoUdinese1:1Marc'Antonio Bentegodi19-04-2015 15:00 CET
CesenaChievo0:1Dino Manuzzi12-04-2015 12:30 CET
SassuoloChievo1:0Città del Tricolore04-04-2015 15:00 CET
ChievoPalermo1:0Marc'Antonio Bentegodi21-03-2015 18:00 CET
GenoaChievo0:2Luigi Ferraris15-03-2015 15:00 CET
ChievoAS Roma0:0Marc'Antonio Bentegodi08-03-2015 15:00 CET
ChievoAC Milan0:0Marc'Antonio Bentegodi28-02-2015 20:45 CET
EmpoliChievo3:0Carlo Castellani22-02-2015 15:00 CET
ChievoSampdoria2:1Marc'Antonio Bentegodi15-02-2015 18:00 CET
ParmaChievo0:1Ennio Tardini11-02-2015 17:00 CET
ChievoNapoli1:2Marc'Antonio Bentegodi01-02-2015 15:00 CET
JuventusChievo2:0Juventus Stadium25-01-2015 15:00 CET
ChievoFiorentina1:2Marc'Antonio Bentegodi18-01-2015 15:00 CET
AtalantaChievo1:1Atleti Azzurri d'Italia11-01-2015 15:00 CET
ChievoTorino0:0Marc'Antonio Bentegodi06-01-2015 15:00 CET
VeronaChievo0:1Marc'Antonio Bentegodi21-12-2014 12:30 CET
ChievoInternazionale0:2Marc'Antonio Bentegodi15-12-2014 21:00 CET
CagliariChievo0:2Sant'Elia08-12-2014 19:00 CET
ChievoLazio0:0Marc'Antonio Bentegodi29-11-2014 20:45 CET
UdineseChievo1:1Friuli23-11-2014 15:00 CET
ChievoCesena2:1Marc'Antonio Bentegodi09-11-2014 15:00 CET
ChievoSassuolo0:0Marc'Antonio Bentegodi02-11-2014 15:00 CET
PalermoChievo1:0Renzo Barbera29-10-2014 20:45 CET
ChievoGenoa1:2Marc'Antonio Bentegodi26-10-2014 15:00 CET
AS RomaChievo3:0Olimpico18-10-2014 18:00 CET
AC MilanChievo2:0Giuseppe Meazza04-10-2014 20:45 CET
ChievoEmpoli1:1Marc'Antonio Bentegodi28-09-2014 15:00 CET
SampdoriaChievo2:1Luigi Ferraris24-09-2014 20:45 CET
ChievoParma2:3Marc'Antonio Bentegodi21-09-2014 12:30 CET
NapoliChievo0:1San Paolo14-09-2014 15:00 CET
ChievoJuventus0:1Marc'Antonio Bentegodi30-08-2014 18:00 CET
 
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