Napoli are the most successful club in Southern Italy and have won the Serie A twice, the Coppa Italia five times, the Supercoppa Italiana twice and on the European stage have won the UEFA Cup once. At first this great club was founded as Naples Foot-Ball & Cricket Club in 1904 but later the latter part dropped off. English sailor William Poths and his associate Hector M. Bayon were the men to initially name the club.
Now a stalwart of Italian football Napoli always have ambitions of winning the Serie A but invariably either finish in the Champions League positions or qualify for the Europa League; they have not finished outside the top five for the last five seasons and will be Serie A title contenders this year. The club has a worldwide fan base estimated at 6 million people. Of course they are popular on home soil as well and 13% of all Italian football fans root for Napoli. They are statistically the fourth most supported football club in Italy. In addition to this they are the fifth most valuable football club in Serie A (and twenty-second worldwide) in terms of annual revenue, generating €116.4 million during the 2013 financial year.
The city of Naples is a hugely popular tourist spot. If you’re about in the city you will undoubtedly want to experience one day with Napoli football tickets for one of their home games. Their ground The Stadio San Paolo holds 60,000 and is always a sell out. Take a look at the Football Ticket Pad marketplace to see what we Napoli Tickets for have to offer.
2015/16 has been another good season for the Naples side. They look set to finish in the UEFA Champions League places as they challenge Roma for second place.
Gonzalo Higuain has had a fantastic season and has scored over 30 goals this season averaging a goal every game as he reminds clubs across Europe of his goal scoring capabilities.
Napoli will be pleased with their season if they secure Champions League qualification which shows signs of improvement following their dominance of the Europa League Group Stage this seaosn before being eliminated to Villarreal in the last 32.
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