The teams biggest success came in the now defunct Anglo-Italian cup which saw a team from England and Italy play each other. The competition ran from 1970 - 1996 before it was cancelled. In 1976, the tournament became a semi professional competition until 1992. During this period, Modena managed to win the cup in 1981 and 1982 becoming the only club to ever do so twice.
Modena FC are an Italian football club who were founded in 1912. They play their home matches in the 20,507 capacity Stadio Alberto Braglia stadium and are nicknamed ‘Canarani’ (Canaries). Their most esteemed player throughout history is Renato Braglia who holds the record for number of appearances and player with the most goals.
Modena currently competes in Serie B after being relegated from Serie A in 2004. The team had previously been promoted to Italy's top division in 2002 but their two years with the country's biggest teams were largely unsuccessful.
The promotion in 2002 ended a 38 year wait for Modena to play in the top division after previously being relegated in 1964.