Monza
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Monza is an Italian football club based in Monza, Lombardy. The club was founded in 1912 and has a rich history in Italian football. Monza has primarily competed in the lower divisions of Italian football, with occasional appearances in Serie B. The club's home venue is the Stadio Brianteo, located in Monza. Monza's nickname is "Biancorossi," which translates to "Red and Whites," reflecting the club's traditional colors. Despite not achieving significant success at the highest level, Monza has had notable accomplishments in lower divisions, including winning the Serie C1 title in the 1976-77 season. In recent years, the club has gained attention due to its ownership by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his business partner Adriano Galliani.

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Location
Italy
Stadium
Stadio Brianteo
Capacity
18,568
Leagues
Italian Serie A
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Coach
Alessandro Nesta 
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