|Founded||1922 (as S.C. Ardita)
|Ground||Stadio Verino Zanutto,
San Donà di Piave, Italy
|2012-13||Serie D/C, 7th|
A.C Sandonà 1922
The club was founded on 1922 as S.C. Ardita and changed its name to A.C. San Donà in 1945 and A.C. Sandonà 1922 in 2001.
San Donà played in Serie C2 from 1994-95 to 1998-99, when it was promoted to Serie C1. After this spell, the club was relegated back to Serie C2 and, at the end of the 2000-01 season, to Serie D.
Sale of sports title
From 2006-07 to 2009-10
Sandonà were promoted to Serie D following the 2006–07 season. Playing in division B of Eccellenza Veneto, Sandonà finished tied in the first place with AsoloFonte, with 57 points. On 6 May 2007 the tie-breaker game was won 2–1 by Sandonà, been promoted directly to Serie D.
Reacquisition of sports title
Serie D 2010-11
The side finished the season at the 4th place in the group C of Serie D and, after beating Venezia 3-2, it gained access to the national play-off reaching the semifinals, where it was eliminated by Turris.
Serie D 2011-12
In the 2011-12 season the club gained access to the final of Serie D promotion play-off with direct admission to the 4th round as finalist of Coppa Italia Serie D, but was beaten 3-2 by the winner Cosenza.
In summer 2013 the club wasn't able to enter 2013-14 Serie D and was so subsequently liquidated.
Colors and badge
Its colors were white and sky blue.
- "LA SOCIETA'". SandonàJesoloCalcio. Retrieved 20 September 2010.