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Udinese Announce Five-Year Deal with HS FootballUdinese Calcio Legea Shirts 2012/13
Italian Serie A club Udinese Calcio have announced that they have agreed a five-year deal with new technical sponsor HS Football. The recently formed football kit manufacturer will be taking over from Italian manufacturer Legea. The Bianconeri finished the 201...
More shirt news from the Italian Serie A as we now bring you pictures of Udinese’s new Legea shirts for the upcoming Italian football season which will kick off next weekend. Udinese had an impressive 2011/12 and m...
Udinese Calcio Legea Shirts 2011/12 - Here are the new shirts of Italian Serie A club Udinese Calcio. The club played Arsen...
Udinese Home, Away & Third shirts 10/11 - Udinese are an Italian football club based currently playing in Serie A. Fo...
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Udinese Calcio is a professional Italian football team based in the town of Udine, Italy. The team was founded in 1896 and plays at the Stadio Friuli in Udine. They are currently playing in the Serie A. Udinese are affectionately known as Bianconeri and Zebrette as they play their home games wearing striped black and white shirts.
Udinese never really enjoyed European competition as their only best achievement was that of a UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2000. Currently, Udinese can qualify to participate in next year.s Uefa Cup as they are currently in seventh place, one point adrift of fifth place.
Udinese have had many famous great players who played in the black and white stripes and the most notable ones are: Stephen Appiah, Oliver Bierhoff, Morgan De Sanctis, Luigi del Neri, Giannichedda, Jankulovski, Iaquinta, Muntari, Jorgensen, Helveg, David Pizarro, Zico and Carsten Jancker.