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SSC Napoli

SSC Napoli
Diego Maradona celebrates winning the UEFA Cup with Napoli ©Getty Images

SSC Napoli

Formed: 1926
Nickname: Partenopei (a reference to Parthenope, one of the Sirens of Greek mythology)

UEFA club competition honours (runners-up in brackets)
• UEFA Cup: 1989

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
• League title: 2 (1990)
• Italian Cup: 3 (1987)

History
• The modern Napoli side were founded with the merger of Naples Foot-Ball Club, formed in 1904 by English businessman William Poths and Italian engineer Emilio Anatra, and US Internazionale Napoli, a side set up under the initiative of a group of local workers in 1912. They were briefly FBC Internaples before settling on their current identity in 1926.

• A moderately successful side in their early years, Napoli nevertheless boasted a fine following, 80,000 watching them beat Juventus 2-1 in the first game at their Stadio San Paolo in 1959; relegated from Serie A the following season, the Partenopei became the first Serie B side to win the Coppa Italia in 1962, beating Spal 1907 2-1 in Rome, and were promoted in the same campaign.

• President Corrado Ferlaino's arrival in 1969 signalled the beginning of a significant period in the club's history; he was responsible for signing club legend Diego Maradona from FC Barcelona in June 1984 and under Ottavio Bianchi, Napoli were the first southern side to win Serie A as they claimed a domestic double in 1987.

• A 5-4 aggregate success against VfB Stuttgart secured Napoli's only major continental honour, the 1988/89 UEFA Cup, but following their second title success the following year things began to unravel with the departure of Maradona and, due to financial problems, the sale of the likes of Gianfranco Zola and future Ballon d'Or winner Fabio Cannavaro.

• Declared bankrupt in 2004, a new owner and president – film producer Aurelio De Laurentiis – helped the club start again from scratch in Serie C1, and they were back in the top division by 2007/08, returning to Europe after a 14-year absence in the 2008 UEFA Intertoto Cup.

Club records
Most appearances: Giuseppe Bruscolotti (511)
Most goals: Diego Maradona (115)
Record victory: Napoli 8-1 Pro Patria (Serie A, 16 October 1955)
Record defeat: Torino FC 11-0 Napoli (First Division, 4 March 1928)

* Last updated 31 December 2010

Last updated: 20/01/11 15.27CET

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Matches

HomeAway
The home team is listed first.Last updated: 02/05/2016 02:00 CET
SassuoloSassuolo2-1NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli2-2SampdoriaSampdoria
EmpoliEmpoli2-2NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli5-0Club BruggeClub Brugge
NapoliNapoli5-0LazioLazio
CarpiCarpi0-0NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli2-1JuventusJuventus
LegiaLegia0-2NapoliNapoli
MilanMilan0-4NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli2-1FiorentinaFiorentina
MidtjyllandMidtjylland1-4NapoliNapoli
ChievoChievo0-1NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli2-0PalermoPalermo
GenoaGenoa0-0NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli5-0MidtjyllandMidtjylland
NapoliNapoli1-0UdineseUdinese
VeronaVerona0-2NapoliNapoli
Club BruggeClub Brugge0-1NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli2-1InternazionaleInternazionale
BolognaBologna3-2NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli5-2LegiaLegia
NapoliNapoli0-0RomaRoma
NapoliNapoli3-0VeronaVerona
AtalantaAtalanta1-3NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli2-1TorinoTorino
FrosinoneFrosinone1-5NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli3-1SassuoloSassuolo
NapoliNapoli0-2InternazionaleInternazionale
SampdoriaSampdoria2-4NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli5-1EmpoliEmpoli
LazioLazio0-2NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli1-0CarpiCarpi
JuventusJuventus1-0NapoliNapoli
VillarrealVillarreal1-0NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli1-1MilanMilan
NapoliNapoli1-1VillarrealVillarreal
FiorentinaFiorentina1-1NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli3-1ChievoChievo
PalermoPalermo0-1NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli3-1GenoaGenoa
UdineseUdinese3-1NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli3-0VeronaVerona
InternazionaleInternazionale2-0NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli6-0BolognaBologna
RomaRoma1-0NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli21:00AtalantaAtalanta
TorinoTorino20:45NapoliNapoli
NapoliNapoli15:00FrosinoneFrosinone

Trophy cabinet

Club record in UEFA competitions

  • Biggest win:
    28/08/2008, Napoli 5-0 Vllaznia, Naples
  • Biggest defeat:
    06/12/1989, Bremen 5-1 Napoli
  • Appearances in UEFA Champions League:  5
  • Appearances in UEFA Cup Winners' Cup:  2
  • Appearances in UEFA Europa League:  17
  • Appearances in UEFA Intertoto Cup:  1
  • Player with most UEFA appearances: 36
    Marek Hamšík (  SVK)
  • Top scorers in UEFA club competitions: 19
    Edinson Cavani (  URU)