Sassuolo Score
Italian Serie A
Lazio 2
Sassuolo 3
2
1
L
Sassuolo 3
Parma 2
1
1
D
Juventus 4
Sassuolo 1 1
3
1
L
Sassuolo 3
Genoa 3
2
1
W
Atalanta 3
Sassuolo 1
5
1
L
Sampdoria 1 2
Sassuolo 4
2
3
W
Sassuolo 1
AC Milan 3
1
2
L
Fiorentina 4
Sassuolo 4
1
1
D
Sassuolo 1 2
Benevento 4
1
0
W
Coppa Italia
Sassuolo 1 1
Spal
0
2
L
Sassuolo Fixtures
Italian Serie A
Cagliari
Sassuolo
Sassuolo
Spezia
Sassuolo Player
# Name Position
8
Maxime Baila Lopez Central Midfield
14
Pedro Mba Obiang Avomo, Perico Central Midfield
68
Mehdi Bourabia Central Midfield
73
Manuel Locatelli Central Midfield
47
Andrea Consigli Goalkeeper
56
Gianluca Pegolo Goalkeeper
63
Stefano Turati Goalkeeper
30
Brian Oddei Defender
25
Domenico Berardi Right Wing
7
Jeremie Boga Left Wing
27
Lukas Haraslin Left Wing
91
Nicolas Javier Schiappacasse Oliva Left Wing
10
Filip Djuricic Attacking Midfield
23
Hamed Junior Traore Attacking Midfield
4
Francesco Magnanelli Defensive Midfield
70
Alessandro Mercati Defensive Midfield
17
Mert Mulder Right Back
22
Jeremy Toljan Right Back
26
Isaac Karamoko Right Back
28
Raul Steau Right Back
6
Rogerio Left Back
13
Federico Peluso Left Back
77
Giorgos Kyriakopoulos Left Back
2
Marlon Santos da Silva Barbosa Centre Back
5
Kaan Ayhan Centre Back
19
Filippo Romagna Centre Back
21
Vlad Chiriches Centre Back
31
Gian Marco Ferrari Centre Back
9
Francesco Caputo Centre Forward
18
Giacomo Raspadori Centre Forward
92
Gregoire Defrel Centre Forward
 
DANILO PIERINI Assistant Coach
 
Roberto De Zerbi Coach
About Sassuolo
Sassuolo logo
  • Name: Sassuolo
  • City: Modena
  • Home Stadium: Mapei Stadium
  • Established Date: 1922
  • Coach: Roberto De Zerbi
Unione Sportiva Sassuolo Calcio, commonly referred to as Sassuolo, is an Italian football club based in Sassuolo, Emilia-Romagna. Their colours are black and green, hence the nickname Neroverdi. Founded in 1920, Sassuolo have played in Serie A from the 2013–14 season, joining a select group of teams playing in the Serie A but not belonging to a provincial capital city: Empoli, Legnano, Pro Patria, Carpi and Casale.