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The club currently plays in Italy's Serie B, having spent the entire 1960s, most of the 1970s and a large part of the 1990s in Serie A.

Between 1955 and 1975 Vicenza never left the top level, always putting a hard fight against more established clubs. In this period the side was also known as Nobile Provinciale (Noble Provincial). In 1964 and 1966 it finished 6th, with the Brazilian Luis Vinicio finishing league's top-scorer in the former, with 25 goals.

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In 1975 the club was relegated but, after winning the 1976–77 second division, would eventually finish runners-up in the following season, as a young Paolo Rossi led the scoring charts, at 24 goals. In that year the side was nicknamed Real Vicenza. Club chairman Giuseppe Farina had just bought the striker from Juventus for a then record fee of 2.6 billion lire, but the team would eventually drop two levels in just three seasons.

In 1999 the team was relegated to Serie B and, after a return to the top flight in 2000–01, was relegated to Lega Pro Prima Divisione in 2005, after losing the relegation playout against Triestina, only being readmitted to Serie B after Genoa was relegated by the F.I.G.C..

In the season 2011–12 the club was relegated to Lega Pro Prima Divisione after losing the relegation play-off against Empoli. Vicenza, however, were reinstated in Serie B at the eve of the 2012–13 season in place of Lecce for its role in the 2011–12 Italian football scandal.[2]

In the mid-1980s, Roberto Baggio started his career at the club, leading it to the Serie B. In 1986 Vicenza achieved a top flight promotion that was subsequently denied due to its involvement in the second Totonero match-fixing scandal. The club was soon relegated back to Serie C1.

Vicenza Calcio is an Italian professional football club based in Vicenza, Veneto. Founded in 1902 as Associazione del Calcio in Vicenza, they became Lanerossi Vicenza in 1953. It is the oldest team in Veneto, officially founded on 9 March 1902 by the then dean of Liceo Lioy, Tito Buy, and the physical education teacher of the same school, Libero Antonio Scarpa.

The early 1950s were quite troublesome, due to economic problems, but in 1953 it was bought by Lanerossi, a woolen firm from Schio, with the side being renamed Lanerossi Vicenza.

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The team is nicknamed the Biancorossi, meaning the white-reds, due to their traditional striped white and red home kits. Their away kit is currently black and their kits are manufactured by Diadora. Vicenza own their Romeo Menti stadium, which can hold 20920 supporters, but was reduced to 9990 due to Italian security measures. Angelo Gregucci, a 43-year-old ex-defender, coaches Vicenza Calcio, which currently sit just above relegation zone as the season draws to a close.

Vicenza Calcio are an Italian football club and they play their home games wearing red and white striped home shirts and the club was formed in 1902 and currently plays in Italy's Serie B, having spent the entire 1960s and a large part of the 1990s in Serie A. The club have had several big names play for the club including Massimo Ambrosini, Roberto Baggio, Christian Maggio, Luca Toni, Ousmane Dabo and many more.

Tickets for Vicenza matches can be bought online on the club website under 'biglietti'.

In 1990 Vicenza took back its current name and was promoted to Serie B in 1993, thanks to coach Renzo Ulivieri. His successor, Francesco Guidolin, took the team back to Serie A in 1995, and led it through successive positive seasons: after finishing ninth in the league, the club won the 1996–97 Italian Cup after a 3–1 aggregate win over Napoli, eventually reaching next year's Cup Winners' Cup semi-finals, being defeated by Chelsea, after winning the first leg in Vicenza for 1–0.

Founded in 1902, Vicenza Calcio have enjoyed quite a few spells in Serie A, most recently at the turn of the century. Their one trophy success came in 1996-97 when they won the Coppa Italia. Club Information Full Name : Vicenza Calcio Team Colours : red and white Nicknames : biancorossi Stadium : Stadio Romero Menti, Vicenza Capacity : 17,000 Official Website : vicenzacalcio.com

The stadium is located to the east of the city and is a ten minute walk from the from the station. Buses also operate from the station.