It was supposed to be a bit of a vacation for many of the teams in Serie A, but they’re all about to have a major shakeup this season.
According to Sport Mediaset, a group of 20 Italian soccer teams are set to have some changes.
The list includes Juventus, Napoli, Lazio, Sampdoria, Genoa, Fiorentina and Lazio.
Lazio, who currently have a 1-1 tie with Bologna in the Coppa Italia, are in the process of changing their name, while Genoa and Fioretina are set for a shakeup as well.
Bologna are already known for having their logo changed every year, but this will be the first time they’ve changed their logo in four years.
It is unclear which of the two teams will receive the biggest boost, but it appears Fiorettina are getting a lot of the attention, as their logo has changed four times in four seasons.
And the name change of the Bolognese team has been widely criticised, with many calling for a name change for the Italian club.
However, it seems that the Serie A team has a lot more support in the eyes of fans.
A recent poll found that only 18% of people in Italy supported the move, while 70% would support the name changes of the other 22%.
And this is the only reason for the team to change their name.
Genoa are one of the most popular Italian teams in the country, with the team currently winning Serie A titles in 2016 and 2017, as well as the Cozzolana Cup in 2018.
There are no plans for any change in the club’s name, as the majority of the fans in the region would prefer the team keep their old identity.
If Genoa do change their team’s name to Genoa – they currently have the nickname “Genoa Azzurri” – the other three teams would also change their names.
As for Sampdori, they are the only other Italian club to have had their name changed.
Sampdoria had their logo altered in 2018, but the name is the same as it is now.
Juventus, Lazaro, Sampo, Parma, Inter and Roma have all had their names changed.