Bologna football Club more commonly known as Bologna play in the Serie A where they play their home games at the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara which holds over 38,000 people. The club wear red and blue striped home jerseys sponsored by Macron.
Bologna play their home matches wearing red and blue striped shirts with blue shorts and socks. The shirt has been worn in the winning of Seria A seven times, the last triumph coming in 1964, Bologna have also won the Coppa Italia twice.
Serie A club Bologna unveil a graphic third shirt for the current season to celebrate the upcoming 90th anniversary of Stadio Renato Dall'Ara. Going into the Christmas period just below the mid-table mark of Serie A, Bologna have now added a special edition third shirt which features a graphic at [...]
Bologna follow up their recently released home shirt with a high visibility away strip of fluorescent yellow [...]
Serie A survivors Bologne showcase their all-new home shirt for the upcoming Italian season. Preparing efficiently for the 2016/17 campaign, Bologna unveil the Macron manufactured home shirt for the club of which remains a truly iconic look for the passionate Italian outfit [...]
Bologna take it back to black through their stealth-like third shirt designed by Macron. As voted by the club's faithful season ticket holders, Bologna's latest third shirt has been granted a powerful black entirety of which was officially showcased in collaboration with the opening of the Borge [...]
Serie A new boys Bologna have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season. Compared to the 2014-15 home shirt, the brand new home shirt for the Italian club is very similar as they both boast the trademark red and blue striped design [...]
Bologna F.C. 1909 better know as Bologna, were formed in 1909 as AGC Bologna. They play their home games in the 40,000 capacity Stadio Renato Dall'Ara, Via Andrea Costa 174 in Bologna, Italy.
The Italian club's honours include the Serie A on several occasions in the 1930s and the Coppa Italia in the late 1960s and early 1970s.