|Full name||Associazione Calcio Dilettantistica Nardò|
|Ground||Stadio Giovanni Paolo II,
|2013-14||Serie D/H, expelled|
The club was founded in 1925 as U.S. Neritina.
It has a quite glorious past, with three seasons in the Italian Serie C, the former 3rd level of Italian football, between the 60s and the 70s and having won 3 Coppe Italia Regionali and 1 Coppa Italia di Serie D.
From the 1998-99 to the 2001-02 season it has played in Serie C2.
Radiation and refoundation
Before the 2014-15 season the club bought the sporting rights of ASD Copertino (from Copertino), establishing ACD Nardò. It was subsequently admitted to Eccellenza Pugliese.
Colors and badge
The official color of the team is amaranth.
Famous former players
- José Ignacio Castillo
- Daniele Vantaggiato
- Giuseppe Vives
- Diaw Doudou
- Walter Monaco
- Pierluigi Orlandini
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