Resting in the foothills of the Alps, in the vibrant city of Bergamo, Atalanta B.C. is a symbol of pride and resilience. Since their inception in 1907, Atalanta has developed a reputation as one of Serie A’s most formidable opponents. They’ve spent most of their history in the top flight, and while their trophy cabinet isn’t as adorned as some of their counterparts, their steadfastness has earned them respect across the footballing world. Their story is a testament to the old adage – it’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey.

October 01
04:00 pm
October 01, Sun, 04:00 pm
Gewiss Stadium - Bergamo
October 05
04:45 pm
October 05, Thu, 04:45 pm
Estádio José de Alvalade - Lisboa
October 08
11:00 am
October 08, Sun, 11:00 am
Stadio Olimpico - Rome
October 21
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October 21, Sat, 01:00 pm
Gewiss Stadium - Bergamo
October 26
04:45 pm
October 26, Thu, 04:45 pm
Merkur Arena (UPC Arena) - Graz-Liebenau
October 28
08:00 pm
October 28, Sat, 08:00 pm
Stadio Carlo Castellani - Empoli
November 04
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November 04, Sat, 02:00 pm
Gewiss Stadium - Bergamo
November 11
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November 11, Sat, 02:00 pm
Stadio Friuli - Udine
November 25
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November 25, Sat, 02:00 pm
Gewiss Stadium - Bergamo
December 02
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December 02, Sat, 02:00 pm
Stadio Olimpico Torino - Turin

Bergamo’s Finest

Over the years, Atalanta has been home to some exciting talents. Cristian Vieri, a fearsome striker in his prime, spent a part of his early career with Atalanta before lighting up Serie A with Inter Milan and Lazio.

There’s also the midfield maestro, Roberto Donadoni, who polished his skills in Atalanta before becoming a stalwart in AC Milan.

One of the most exciting stories in recent times is Alejandro “Papu” Gómez. The Argentine playmaker became a club icon during his stay, bewitching the crowd with his nimble footwork and creative genius. After dazzling in Bergamo, he took his talents to Sevilla FC in Spain’s La Liga.

Rivalry of the Lombards

In the realm of rivalries, Atalanta’s most bitter contest is with Brescia, resulting in the fierce Lombardy Derby. The two teams share a long history of thrilling matches, with bragging rights over Lombardy at stake. Atalanta also has notable rivalries with regional counterparts, such as Verona and Milan.

Internationally, Atalanta has made waves in recent years in the Champions League, going toe-to-toe with European giants such as Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.

The Gewiss Stadium: Atalanta’s Alpine Fortress

Nestled in the heart of Bergamo, the Gewiss Stadium is Atalanta’s home ground. It offers an electrifying atmosphere, especially on match days when it reverberates with passionate chants of ‘La Dea’ – the Goddess.

If you want to soak up the passionate, high-energy atmosphere of the die-hard fans, the ‘Curva Nord Pisani’ is the place to be. Expect ticket prices in this section to be around €35-€45.

For a more relaxed, panoramic view, try the ‘Tribuna Centrale.’ Here, you’re not only getting a comprehensive view of the action but also a touch of comfort. Seats here are slightly more expensive, priced around €75-€115.

The Atalanta Adventure

Visiting the Gewiss Stadium is not just about watching a football match. It’s an opportunity to connect with the rich history of the club. From walking through the tunnel that has seen numerous legends to exploring the club’s museum, there’s plenty to make your visit memorable.

Atalanta B.C. is more than just a football club. It’s the heartbeat of Bergamo, a testament to the spirit of resilience and ambition. As they continue their march in Serie A and beyond, one can’t help but admire this high-flying Goddess of football.

Finish it Up

  • Youth Development: Atalanta is renowned for having one of the most productive youth academies in Italy and even Europe. The Atalanta Primavera (youth team) has consistently developed top players who’ve gone on to have successful careers both in Italy and abroad.
  • Name Origin: Atalanta B.C. takes its name from the female athlete of Greek mythology, Atalanta, who was renowned for her speed and agility. This is a unique choice, as most football clubs are named after men or male concepts.
  • Fairytale Champions League Debut: The 2019-20 season marked Atalanta’s debut in the Champions League, and they made it an occasion to remember. Despite losing their first three group matches, they made a remarkable comeback to reach the quarter-finals, losing out narrowly to Paris Saint-Germain.
  • Record-Breaking Season: In the 2019-20 season, Atalanta set a new team record for the most goals scored in a Serie A season. They found the back of the net 98 times, outscoring every other team in the league.
  • Historic Highs: Atalanta achieved their highest-ever Serie A finish in the 2016-2017 season, ending in 3rd place. This feat qualified them for the Europa League, an accomplishment they’ve since built upon with their Champions League runs.
  • Managerial Stability: Gian Piero Gasperini, the current head coach, has been instrumental in the club’s recent successes. Appointed in 2016, his tenure has brought stability and an exciting brand of attacking football to Atalanta.