A.C. Bastia 1924

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Not to be confused with SC Bastia, CA Bastia, or ÉF Bastia.
Bastia
Full name Associazione Calcio
Bastia 1924
Nickname(s) Biancorossi
Founded 1924
Ground Stadio Comunale
Bastia Umbra, Italy
Ground Capacity 1,500[1]
Chairman Gianni Cristofani[2]
Manager Massimo Cocciari[3]
League Serie D/E
2012–13 Serie D/E, 11th

A.C. Bastia 1924 is an Italian football club based in Bastia Umbra, Umbria. The club played in Serie D from 1956 to 1958 and from 1988 to 1995; currently, the club is back on Serie D.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1924, the first line up was: Bartolucci Antonio; Mencarelli Brasillo, Cingolani Igino; Caldari Fioravanti, Alunni Annibale e Pascolini Alfredo; Petrini Arcangelo, Farello Giovanni, Bucefari Vincenzo, Celori Pronto, Giannotti Gino.

In the early years the team didn't play in an official championship because of lack of money and played only friendlies. In 1935–36 the club played in the campionato unico per dilettanti.

The club played in this championship until to 1945. In 1945 Bastia played in Prima Divisione. In 1947–48 the team was promoted to Serie C but the team was forced to renounce to it because of economical problems. In 1948–49 the club played in Prima Divisione, in 1949–50 in seconda divisione. In 1952–53 the club played in Prima Divisione because prima divisione was merged with seconda divisione.

In 1953–54 Bastia played in promozione regionale. Afrer two years in Promozione the team was promoted in 1955–56 to IV Serie (Serie D) after winning the promotion playoff against Gubbio. In the first year in IV Serie the club managed to avoid relegation but at the end of the 1957–58 season the club was relegated to Promozione after losing relegation playoffs against Rotulea and Perugia.

Three seasons later Bastia won the Promozione Umbria championship but renounced to the promotion to Serie D. In the 1962–63 the team arrived 2nd in Promozione and won the Coppa Umbria. The club remained in Promozione until to the 1971–72 season. In that season the team was relegated. At the end of the season the club failed. A new team, U.S. Bastia, joined the Terza Categoria championship. The new team, after a series of promotions, at the end of the season 1987–88 was promoted to Serie D. The club remained in this championship until to 1995, missing promotion in 1989–90 (3rd place). At the end of the 1994–95 season, the club was relegated to Eccellenza Umbria.

In the season 2011-12 the team gained promotion from Eccellenza Umbria after finishing first, to Serie D.

Colors and badge[edit]

Its colours is white and red.

Chronology[edit]

  • 1955–56: 1st in Promozione after promotion playoff against Gubbio. Promoted in IV Serie
  • 1956–57: 15th in IV Serie
  • 1957–58: 12th in IV Serie. Relegated
  • 1959–60: 3rd in Promozione
  • 1960–61: 1st in Promozione
  • 1961–62: 5th in Promozione
  • 1962–63: 2nd in Promozione. The club won Coppa Umbria
  • 1964–65: 5th in Promozione
  • 1966–67: 9th in Promozione
  • 1967–68: 13th in Promozione
  • 1970–71: 15th in Promozione
  • 1971–72: 15th in Promozione. Relegated
  • 1988–89: 11th in Campionato Interregionale
  • 1989–90: 3rd in Campionato Interregionale
  • 1990–91: 5th in Campionato Interregionale
  • 1991–92: 8th in Campionato Interregionale
  • 1992–93: 14th in C.N.D.
  • 1993–94: 14th in C.N.D.
  • 1994–95: 18th in C.N.D. Relegated to Eccellenza
  • 2006–07: 5th in Eccellenza
  • 2007-08: 10th in Eccellenza
  • 2008-09: 4th in Eccellenza "play off nazionali"
  • 2009-10: 5th in Eccellenza "play off nazionali"
  • 2010-11: 6th in Eccellenza
  • 2011-12: 1st in Eccellenza Promoted to Serie D
  • 2012-13: in Serie D

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lo stadio" (in Italian). Bastia Calcio. Archived from the original on 7 February 2008. Retrieved 10 March 2008. 
  2. ^ "La società" (in Italian). Bastia Calcio. Archived from the original on 18 February 2008. Retrieved 10 March 2008. 
  3. ^ "La squadra" (in Italian). Bastia Calcio. Archived from the original on 7 February 2008. Retrieved 10 March 2008. 

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