Cagliari Score
Italian Serie A
Cagliari 4
AS Roma 5
3
4
L
Cagliari 3
Napoli 1
0
1
L
Genoa 3
Cagliari 6
1
0
L
Cagliari 3
Parma 2
2
2
D
Inter Milan 1 5
Cagliari
1
1
D
Brescia 1 5
Cagliari 4
2
2
D
Cagliari 3
AC Milan 1
0
2
L
Juventus 1
Cagliari 1
4
0
L
Udinese 3
Cagliari 1 4
2
1
L
Coppa Italia
Inter Milan 2
Cagliari 1
4
1
L
Cagliari Fixtures
Italian Serie A
Lazio
Cagliari
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Udinese
Cagliari
Juventus
AC Milan
Cagliari
Cagliari Player
# Name Position
6
Marko Rog Central Midfield
18
Nahitan Michel Nandez Acosta Central Midfield
21
Artur Ionita Central Midfield
24
Pancrazio Farago Central Midfield
1
Rafael de Andrade Bittencourt Goalkeeper
28
Alessio Cragno Goalkeeper
34
Giuseppe Ciocci Goalkeeper
90
Robin Olsen Goalkeeper
 
Simon Aresti Goalkeeper
35
Riccardo Ladinetti Defender
36
Andrea Carboni Defender
38
Fabio Porru Defender
37
Luca Gagliano Midfielder
4
Radja Nainggolan Attacking Midfield
10
Joao Pedro Geraldino dos Santos Galvao Attacking Midfield
14
Valter Birsa Attacking Midfield
20
Gaston Pereiro Attacking Midfield
8
Luca Cigarini Defensive Midfield
17
Christian Oliva Defensive Midfield
2
Simone Pinna Right Back
3
Federico Mattiello Right Back
12
Fabrizio Cacciatore Right Back
22
Charalampos Lykogiannis Left Back
33
Luca Pellegrini Left Back
15
Ragnar Klavan Centre Back
19
Fabio Pisacane Centre Back
23
Luca Ceppitelli Centre Back
40
Sebastian Walukiewicz Centre Back
9
Alberto Paloschi Centre Forward
26
Daniele Ragatzu Centre Forward
30
Leonardo Pavoletti Centre Forward
99
Giovanni Pablo Simeone Centre Forward
 
Walter Zenga Coach
About Cagliari
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  • Name: Cagliari
  • City: Cagliari
  • Home Stadium: Stadio Is Arenas
  • Established Date: 1920-08-20
  • Coach: Walter Zenga
Cagliari Calcio, commonly referred to as Cagliari, is an Italian football club based in Cagliari, Sardinia. The club currently plays in Serie A. They won their only Scudetto in 1969–70, when they were led by the Italian national team's all-time leading scorer, Gigi Riva. The triumph was also the first by a club from south of Rome. Cagliari's colours are blue and red. As of 2018–19, the team is temporarily playing their home games at the 16,000 Sardegna Arena, adjacent to the future new stadium site.