Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio, commonly known as Atalanta, is a professional football club based in Bergamo, Lombardy, Italy. The team that plays in Serie A, received a promotion from Serie B in 2010–11. Atalanta was founded in 1907 by Liceo Classico Paolo Sarpi students and named La Dea, Nerazzurri and Orobici. The band plays blue-and-black dresses with straight lines, black shorts, and black socks. The club plays its home games at Gewiss Stadium with a capacity of 2777. In Italy, Atalanta is sometimes referred to as the Regina delle region to prove the fact that the club is the most popular among Italian clubs not located in the provincial capital, having played 60 seasons in Serie A, 28 seasons in Serie B, and one in Serie. C. Atalanta has a long-running rivalry with a club near Brescia.
The club is also famous for its youth academy, which has produced a number of talented players who have played in the top league in Europe. The team won the Coppa Italia in 1963 and reached the semi-finals of the Cup Winners ’Cup in 1988 when they were still competing in Serie B. . Atalanta also participated in four seasons of the UEFA Europa League, reaching the quarterfinals in the 1990-91 season. Atalanta also tripled the UEFA Champions League three times, reaching the quarterfinals in the 2019-20 season.
Initiation and installation
Atalanta was founded on 17 October 1907 by Liceo Classico students Paolo Sarpi and named after a female athlete of the same name from Greek mythology. Atalanta competed in the Seconda Divisione, the second tier, in the early 1920s. In the season 1927-28, the club won its team and then defeated the Pistoiese in the competition to win promotion and its first victory of the second division of the league. The club opened its home stadium in the Borgo Santa Caterina area in 1928 and was hosted in Serie B, the second division of the renovated Italian league, in 1929. After almost ten years in Serie B, Atalanta achieved its first promotion to Serie A. in 1937 under coach Ottavio Barbieri, though released. at the end of the season. The team returned to Serie A in 1940 as a Serie B competitor.
Coppa Italia victory, decline, and rebound in Europe
Atalanta won the Coppa Italia in 1963, beating Torino 3-1 in the final thanks to a hat-trick by player Angelo Domenghini. This was the first major trophy for the senior team. During the early 1960s, the club made its debut in European competitions, among them the 1961-62 Mitropa Cup, the Coppa dell’Amicizia, and the Coppa delle Alpi. As home winners, the club managed to win the European Cup Winners’ Cup 1963-64, its main EFA competition but was eliminated by Portugal Sporting CP in the first leg. The club made some minor strides in world cups in the 1960s, but it was released in 1969 after ten years in the top flight.