Sampdoria Score
Italian Serie A
Sampdoria 1
Udinese 1
2
1
W
Spezia 4
Sampdoria 3
2
1
L
Sampdoria 3
Inter Milan 4
2
1
W
AS Roma 3
Sampdoria 5
1
0
L
Sampdoria 1 2
Sassuolo 4
2
3
L
Sampdoria 2
Crotone 2
3
1
W
Verona 1 2
Sampdoria 4
1
2
W
Napoli 3
Sampdoria 4
2
1
L
Sampdoria 2
AC Milan 1
1
2
L
Torino 1
Sampdoria 2
2
2
D
Sampdoria Fixtures
Italian Serie A
Parma
Sampdoria
Sampdoria
Juventus
Sampdoria Player
# Name Position
5
Adrien Sebastian Perruchet Silva Central Midfield
14
Jakub Jankto Central Midfield
18
Morten Thorsby Central Midfield
26
Mehdi Leris Central Midfield
1
Emil Audero Goalkeeper
30
Nicola Ravaglia Goalkeeper
34
Karlo Letica Goalkeeper
35
Lorenzo Avogadri Goalkeeper
 
Matteo Raspa Goalkeeper
16
Kristoffer Askildsen Midfielder
 
Michael Brentan Midfielder
 
Nicolo Francofonte Midfielder
 
Alfonso Sepe Midfielder
61
Emiliano Bonazzoli Forward
 
Erik Gerbi Forward
10
Balde Diao Keita Left Wing
38
Mikkel Damsgaard Left Wing
87
Antonio Candreva Right Midfield
8
Valerio Verre Attacking Midfield
11
Gaston Ramirez Attacking Midfield
6
Albin Ekdal Defensive Midfield
2
Kaique Rocha Right Back
24
Bartosz Bereszynski Right Back
3
Tommaso Augello Left Back
19
Vasco Regini Left Back
 
Jose Rodolfo Pires Ribeiro Dodo Left Back
15
Omar Colley Centre Back
21
Lorenzo Tonelli Centre Back
22
Maya Yoshida Centre Back
25
Alex Ferrari Centre Back
20
Antonio La Gumina Centre Forward
23
Manolo Gabbiadini Centre Forward
27
Fabio Quagliarella Centre Forward
99
Nik Prelec Centre Forward
 
FEDELE LIMONE Assistant Coach
 
Claudio Ranieri Coach
About Sampdoria
Sampdoria logo
  • Name: Sampdoria
  • City: GENOA
  • Home Stadium: Luigi Ferraris Stadio
  • Established Date: 1946
  • Coach: Claudio Ranieri
Unione Calcio Sampdoria, commonly referred to as Sampdoria, is an Italian professional football club based in Genoa, Liguria. The club was formed in 1946 from the merger of two existing sports clubs whose roots can be traced back to the 1890s, Sampierdarenese and Andrea Doria. Both the team name and jersey reflect this, the first being a combination of the former names, the second incorporating the former teams' colours (blue-white and white-red-black) in a single design. The team's colours are blue with white, red and black hoops, hence the nickname blucerchiati ("blue-circled").