Brescia Score
Italian Serie A
Brescia 1
Sampdoria 1 4
1
1
D
Lazio 1
Brescia 2
2
0
L
Italian Serie B
Brescia 1 4
ACD Virtus Entella 5
2
2
D
Chievo 1
Brescia 2
1
0
L
Brescia 3
Lecce 1
3
0
W
Cittadella 1
Brescia
3
0
L
Brescia 1 1
Ascoli 1
1
1
D
International Club Friendly
AC Milan
Brescia
3
1
L
Coppa Italia
Brescia 3
Perugia 4
3
0
W
Brescia
Trapani
3
0
W
Brescia Fixtures
Italian Serie B
Cosenza Calcio 1914
Brescia
Brescia
Venezia
Brescia Player
# Name Position
6
Emanuele Ndoj Central Midfield
15
Filip Jagiello Central Midfield
25
Dimitri Bisoli Central Midfield
27
Daniele Dessena Central Midfield
31
Birkir Bjarnason Central Midfield
 
Tom van de Looi Central Midfield
1
Jesse Joronen Goalkeeper
12
Lorenzo Andrenacci Goalkeeper
22
Enrico Alfonso Goalkeeper
32
Andrea Papetti Defender
33
Diego Abbrandini Defender
16
Andrea Ghezzi Midfielder
8
Jaromir Zmrhal Left Midfield
7
Nikolas Spalek Attacking Midfield
23
Leonardo Morosini Attacking Midfield
2
Stefano Sabelli Right Back
3
Ales Mateju Right Back
29
Alessandro Semprini Right Back
26
Bruno Martella Left Back
5
Daniele Gastaldello Centre Back
14
John Chancellor Centre Back
15
Andrea Cistana Centre Back
19
Massimiliano Mangraviti Centre Back
9
Alfredo Donnarumma Centre Forward
11
Ernesto Torregrossa Centre Forward
18
Florian Aye Centre Forward
21
Alessandro Matri Centre Forward
23
Simon Skrabb Centre Forward
45
Barwuah Mario Balotelli Centre Forward
 
Diego Lopez Coach
About Brescia
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  • Name: Brescia
  • City:
  • Home Stadium: Stadio Mario Rigamonti
  • Established Date: 1911
  • Coach: Diego Lopez
Brescia Calcio, commonly referred to as Brescia, is an Italian football club based in Brescia, Lombardy, that currently plays in Serie A. The club holds the record for total number of seasons (61) and consecutive seasons (18, from 1947–48 to 1964–65) in Serie B, which they have won four times. Their best finish in Serie A came in the 2000–01 season when they placed eighth. At the beginning of the third millennium, led by the 1993 Ballon d'Or winner Roberto Baggio, the club also qualified for the Intertoto Cup twice, reaching the final in 2001 but being defeated on the away goals rule by Paris Saint-Germain. The team's colours are blue and white. Its stadium is the 16,743 seater Stadio Mario Rigamonti.