|Full name||Virtus Entella S.r.l.|
|Nickname(s)||Biancocelesti (the White-Light-Blues)
Diavoli neri (the Black Devils)
|Founded||14 March 1914 (as F.B.C. Entella)
The club was founded in 1914 as Foot-Ball Club Entella.
Foot-Ball Club Entella went bankrupt in 2001.
It was refounded in 2002 as Unione Sportiva Valle Sturla Entella. In summer 2010 it was renamed with the name Virtus Entella, after had been admitted in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione. In summer 2012, Virtus Entella was promoted, for the first time, to Lega Pro Prima Divisione by repechange to fill the vacancies created. They completed the 2012–13 season in style, taking part to the promotion playoff, where they were defeated by Lecce in the semi-finals.
In the 2013–14 season, Virtus Entella took part to the Girone A of the Italian third tier, and topped the league for most of the season. On 4 May 2014, a 2–1 away win at Cremonese in the final day of the season ensured Virtus Entella the league championship title and a spot in the 2014–15 Serie B, in what will be the club's first appearance ever in the Italian second tier.
2014: Serie B Debut
The team was promoted in Serie B for the first time in history in 2014.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Notable Former Players
- Julio Alcorsé
- Nicolas Cinalli
- Cristiano Bacci
- Manlio Bacigalupo
- Gianpaolo Castorina
- Francesco Conti
- Gino Ferrer Callegari
- Rosario Di Vincenzo
- Matteo Matteazzi
- Simone Pasticcio
- Silvano Raggio Garibaldi
- Luciano Spalletti
- Giuliano Taccola
- Stefano Vavoli
Presidents and Managers
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