Brescia Calcio are an Italian football club who are based in Lombardy and they wear blue and white home shirts in a 'v' design pattern. The club play their home games at the Stadio Mario Rigamonti which holds just over 16,000 people and the club were famously runners-up in the 2001 UEFA Intertoto Cup losing to Paris Saint-Germain in the final. The club have been somewhat dominant in the second division of Italian club football as they have won three Serie B titles.
Brescia play their home games in kit with blue and white shirts. They came to the footballing forefront in 2000 when the previously financiered club convince former FIFA World Player of the Year Roberto Baggio to pull on the club´s shirt. Baggio spent
After having announced that the new technical sponsor of the club was to be changed from Givova to the worldwide renowned sportwear manufacturer Adidas with a contract until 2015, Brescia have launched the new kits for the 2013/14 campaign [...]
Italian Serie A side Brescia will be celebrating their century of football history during 2011 and to commemorate such event, the club have launched their new centenary shirt. The new shirt will make its debut during the club's next home game against Cesena (Jan [...]
Brescia Calcio is a football club formed in 1911 and based in Brescia, Italy. Brescia play their home games at the 27,500 seater Stadio Mario Rigamonti, Via Giovanni Novagani 8, Brescia.
The first badge appeared on Brescia kits in the 1980s; a blue crest with a golden outline featuring a lion and the city of Brescia is known as Leonessa d'Italia (the Lioness of Italy)