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Chievo It is best known for its football team, A.C. ChievoVerona, which competes in the top Italian professional league Serie A.
Chievo The name came from the Latin ""clivium mantici"" which means "the hill of the magic wood". Pastoral and farming activities date back to pre-Roman Celtic settlers. Placed on the shores of the river Adige the early inhabitants established a port, some mills and a water-powered saw on the river. Pipin, son of Charles, gifted the entire zone to the monastery of St. Procolo, near S. Zeno in Verona. In the 12th century Chievo had a church, a hospital and a stronghold in which Federico Barbarossa spent some nights. The Corte Bionde is the best preserved medieval building. Around 1450 the entire village was moved about nearer to the city where the climate was healthier and vegetation more gorgeous. The actual parish church with a reliquary was built at that time. In 1892 the ten church bells were cast, and are still rung today in the style of the Veronese bellringing art.
Chievo Chievo (4,500 inhabitants) is a frazione of Verona located to the west of the city, around from the historic city centre, on the shores of the river Adige.
Francesco Dettori He joined Serie A club Chievo on 28 August 2010 in a co-ownership deal for €50,000. On the same day Roberto Inglese also joined Chievo for €600,000 and Luca Ariatti moved to Pescara for €650,000. He never played for Chievo in Serie A. He left for Triestina in January and Cremonese in temporary deals in August 2011. Chievo also signed Dettori outright in June 2011. Dettori was an unused member of Chievo in the first half of 2012–13 Serie A season.
Victor Obinna Obinna was signed by Italian club Chievo on a five-year contract in July 2005. But also reported that Chievo formed an agreement with Internazionale that Obinna first registered as Chievo player in order to use the non-EU registration quota of Chievo, like Júlio César in the 2004–05 season. Then he would be call back to Inter.
Giuseppe Cozzolino In summer 2007, Chievo own half was transferred to Cremonese of Serie C1. Lecce paid Chievo €260,000 and Cremonese paid Lecce for an undisclosed fee.
Ivan Fatić Fatić was signed by Italian Serie A side Internazionale from relegated Chievo on 4 July 2007, for €170,000. Chievo still hold half of the player's registration rights.
Umberto Busani Fast, talented and one of the best wingers in S.S.C. Napoli's history, he started his career at Chievo. He helped Chievo reach the final of the championship.
Valter Birsa He signed for Chievo on 9 July 2014 on loan. On 2 July 2015, Chievo signed Birsa outright in a three-year contract.
A.C. ChievoVerona Associazione Calcio ChievoVerona (more commonly called ChievoVerona or simply Chievo ) is an Italian professional football club named after and based in Chievo, a suburb of 4,500 inhabitants in Verona, Veneto, and owned by Paluani, a bakery product company and the inspiration for their original name, Paluani Chievo. The club is nicknamed alternatively "Gialloblu" ("Yellow-Blues"), "Mussi volanti" ("Flying donkeys") or "Ceo" ("Chievo" in Venetian), and shares the 38,402 seater Marc'Antonio Bentegodi stadium with its cross-town rivals Hellas Verona.