Clodiense S.S.D.

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Clodiense
A.S.D. Clodiense.jpg
Full name Clodiense Società Sportiva Dilettantistica s.r.l.
Founded 2011
Ground Stadio Aldo e Dino Ballarin,
Chioggia, Italy
Ground Capacity 3,622
Chairman Ivano Boscolo Bielo
Manager Mario Vittadello
League Serie D/D
2012–13 Serie D/C, 6th

Clodiense Società Sportiva Dilettantistica S.r.l. is an Italian association football club located in Chioggia, Veneto. It plays in Serie D.

History[edit]

From A.S.D. Clodiense to Clodiense S.S.D.[edit]

The club was founded on 19 July 2011 as A.S.D. Clodiense after the merger of A.C. Chioggia Sottomarina and A.S.D. Sottomarina Lido. The club started to play in Eccellenza Veneto (the last league of A.S.D. Sottomarina Lido) and gained promotion to serie D after just one season.[1]

In the summer 2012 it was renamed with the current name.

The origins[edit]

From Union Clodia Sottomarina F.B.C. to A.C. Chioggia Sottomarina[edit]

Logo of A.C. Chioggia Sottomarina

Union Clodia Sottomarina F.B.C. was founded in 1971, when two teams from Chioggia, U.S. Sottomarina Lido (founded in 1959 and based in the frazione of Sottomarina) and Clodia, were merged.[2]

After many years in Serie C, in 1977 the team was relegated to lower divisions.

In 1989 the club changed its name to S.S.C. Chioggia Sottomarina and in 1995 to A.C. Chioggia Sottomarina and three years later, it was promoted from Eccellenza Veneto to Serie D.

In the summer 2011 it does not join to the 2011-12 Serie D.

A.S.D. Sottomarina Lido[edit]

Sottomarina Lido was refounded in 2006 with the traditional colors black and green, restarting from Promozione Veneto acquiring the sports title of Fossò by businessman Ivano Boscolo Bielo. Thanks to the former executive of A.C. Chioggia Sottomarina for ten years, the football returned thus in the fraction of Sottomarina after 35 years.

In its last season it played in 2010-11 Eccellenza Veneto.

Colors and badge[edit]

Its colors are all-dark red, in reference to the Grande Torino, were two players born in Chiaggia, brothers Aldo and Dino Ballarin, played.

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