Here is a picture of the stadium in Vercelli. It was called Leonida Robbiano. Now in honor of Silvio Piola, the most prolific soccer scorer, who passed away a few years ago, the stadium has been renamed Piola-Robbiano

Italian Football Championship 
oChampions 7: 1908, 1909, 1910–11, 1911–12, 1912–13, 1920–21, 1921–22
oRunners-up 1: 1909–10
Serie B 
oWinners 1: 1907
Serie D 
oWinners 4: 1956-57, 1970–71, 1983–1984, 1993–1994
Scudetto Dilettanti: 
oWinners 1: 1993-94

The origins of football in Vercelli go back to 1892 when it was founded as Società Ginnastica Pro Vercelli (Pro Vercelli Gymnastics Society), and 1903 with its Football Division.
The first official match for the football division of S.G. Pro Vercelli took place on 3 August 1903 against the Forza e Costanza.
The club won seven Italian Football Championships from 1908 to 1922: 1908, 1909, 1910–11, 1911–12, 1912–13, 1920–21, and 1921–22.
The introduction of professionalism in Italian football, and the rise of teams from larger industrial and business cities such as Milan and Turin, led Pro Vercelli to a slow but continuous decline. They played Serie A for their last time to date in 1934–35, and went ultimately relegated also from the 1947–48 Serie B, starting a long period out of the two top divisions of Italian football, even being relegated to Italy's amateur league, Serie D, in multiple times. They regained professional status for good after winning promotion and the Scudetto Dilettanti in the season 1993–94.
New successes: back to Serie B after 64 years
In the season 2011–12 of Lega Pro Prima Divisione the club was promoted to Serie B after 64 years, beating Carpi 3–1 in the final return of the play-off after the 0–0 of the first round.[3][4]
The club had a very unsuccessful return to Serie B, finishing 21st of 22 teams and with a goal difference −30, the worst in the league. Their placing in the league meant that they were relegated to Lega Pro Prima Divisione.
In 2013–14 season, Girone A of Lega Pro 1, Pro Vercelli missed out on an immediate automatic promotion back to Serie B by a single point, finishing second in the league to Virtus Entella and eight points above third placed Südtirol. Striker Ettore Marchi starred throughout the season, scoring 15 goals. In the promotion play-offs, Pro Vercelli eliminated FeralpiSalò, Savona and ultimately defeated Südtirol in the final, thus returning to Serie B after only one season. Pro Vercelli finished Serie B as 16th in 2014–15 season.

2016-17 Squad
1 GK
Ivan Provedel (on loan from Chievo)

2 DF
Filippo Berra
3 DF
Umberto Germano

4 DF
Mattia Bani (on loan from Chievo)

5 MF
Alessandro Budel (Captain)

6 DF
Fabio Eguelfi (on loan from Inter)

7 FW
Mattia Mustacchio

8 MF
Andrea Palazzi (on loan from Inter)

9 FW
Claudio Morra

10 FW
Andrea La Mantia
11 FW
Mattia Sprocati

12 GK
Andrea Zaccagno (on loan from Torino)

13 DF
Elia Legati

14 FW
Dominique Malonga

15 DF
Dramane Konaté
16 DF
Søren Mussmann

17 MF
Francesco Ardizzone

18 MF
Fabio Castellano (on loan from Atalanta)

19 DF
Loris Bacchetti

21 MF
Luca Castiglia

22 GK
Alessandro Gilardi
23 MF
Enrico Baldini (on loan from Inter)

24 DF
Sebastiano Luperto (on loan from Napoli)

25 MF
Daniele Altobelli
26 MF
Luca Tagliavacche
27 FW
Osarimen Ebagua

32 MF
Armando Vajushi

33 DF
Carlo Mammarella

34 MF
Michele Foglia
Simone Emmanuello