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  • Nama: Cagliari
  • Kota: Cagliari
  • Stadion Kandang: San Elia Stadium
  • Berdiri: 08-20-1920
  • Pelatih: Eusebio di Francesco
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Italian Serie A
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Cagliari Pemain
# Nama Posisi
6
Marko Rog Gelandang Tengah
8
Razvan Marin Gelandang Tengah
12
Fabrizio Caligara Gelandang Tengah
18
Nahitan Michel Nandez Acosta Gelandang Tengah
1
Simon Aresti Kiper
28
Alessio Cragno Kiper
31
Guglielmo Vicario Kiper
34
Giuseppe Ciocci Kiper
36
Salvatore Boccia Bek
42
Gianluca Contini Bek
43
Francesco Cusumano Bek
 
Isaias Delpupo Bek
32
Joseph Alfred Duncan Gelandang
38
Isaias Del Pupo Gelandang
 
Lisandru Tramoni Gelandang
 
Bruno Conti Gelandang
 
Daniele Ragatzu Secondary Striker
26
Zito Luvumbo Penyerang Kanan
37
Adam Ounas Penyerang Kanan
33
Riccardo Sottil Penyerang Kiri
24
Pancrazio Farago Gelandang Kanan
17
Matteo Tramoni Gelandang Kiri
93
Marko Pajac Gelandang Kiri
4
Radja Nainggolan Gelandang Serang
10
Joao Pedro Geraldino dos Santos Galvao Gelandang Serang
20
Gaston Pereiro Gelandang Serang
 
Federico Marigosu Gelandang Serang
 
Valter Birsa Gelandang Serang
21
Christian Oliva Gelandang Bertahan
35
Riccardo Ladinetti Gelandang Bertahan
14
Simone Pinna Bek Kanan
25
Gabriele Zappa Bek Kanan
3
Alessandro Tripaldelli Bek Kiri
22
Charalampos Lykogiannis Bek Kiri
2
Diego Godin Leal Bek Tengah
15
Ragnar Klavan Bek Tengah
23
Luca Ceppitelli Bek Tengah
40
Sebastian Walukiewicz Bek Tengah
44
Andrea Carboni Bek Tengah
9
Giovanni Pablo Simeone Penyerang Tengah
27
Alberto Cerri Penyerang Tengah
30
Leonardo Pavoletti Penyerang Tengah
 
Eusebio di Francesco Pelatih
Cagliari Calcio, commonly referred to as Cagliari, is an Italian football club based in Cagliari, Sardinia. The club currently plays in Serie A. They won their only Scudetto in 1969–70, when they were led by the Italian national team's all-time leading scorer, Gigi Riva. The triumph was also the first by a club from south of Rome. Cagliari's colours are blue and red. As of 2018–19, the team is temporarily playing their home games at the 16,000 Sardegna Arena, adjacent to the future new stadium site.