Carpi FC 1909

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Carpi F.C. 1909)
Jump to: navigation, search
Carpi FC 1909 logo.png
Full name Carpi Football Club 1909 S.r.l.
Nickname(s) Biancorossi
Founded 1909
Ground Stadio Sandro Cabassi,
Carpi, Italy
Ground Capacity 4,144
Chairman Claudio Caliumi
Manager Fabrizio Castori
League Serie B
2013–14 Serie B, 12th
Website Club home page
Current season

Carpi Football Club 1909 is an Italian football club located in Carpi, Emilia-Romagna.

The club currently plays in Serie B.


A.C. Carpi (1909–2000)[edit]

The club was founded in the summer of 1909 by local student Adolfo Fanconi as Jucunditas (Latin for "gaiety"), and changed their denomination to Associazione Calcio Carpi a few years later.[1] Carpi played three seasons in the Italian Football Championship, the precursor to Serie A, from the 1919-20 season until 1921-22. Starting from the 1930s, they mostly played between Serie C and Serie D. Carpi achieved their best result in 1997, a third place under coach Luigi De Canio which allowed them to play the Serie B promotion playoffs then lost to Monza.[1] The club was cancelled in 2000 following relegation to Serie D and subsequent bankruptcy.

Carpi F.C. 1909 (2000–present)[edit]

A new club, named Calcio Carpi, was therefore admitted to Eccellenza Emilia–Romagna. The club assumed the current denomination in 2002, following promotion to Serie D and a merger with the second team of the city, Dorando Pietri Carpi, that had just reached Serie D as well. Pietri Carpi also sold its license to Boca.

In the season 2009-10 it gets the repechage in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione, given the number of teams in financial difficult.

In the season 2010-11 the team from Lega Pro Seconda Divisione was promoted to Lega Pro Prima Divisione.

Serie B (2013–present)[edit]

In the season 2012–13 the team was promoted from Lega Pro Prima Divisione to Serie B for the first time ever when they defeated Lecce in the Girone A Playoff Final 2–1 on aggregate.

Carpi FC's first ever fixture at Serie B level ended in a 1–0 defeat away to Ternana on 24 August 2013. Their first win came in the manner of a 2-0 victory at Spezia Calcio courtesy of goals from Fabio Concas & Roberto Inglese. Carpi's first season in Serie B ended in a 12th place finish, only 3 points away from a Promotion playoff place, ensuring their place for another season.

The 2014–15 Serie B campaign saw Carpi, managed by experienced coach Fabrizio Castori, completing the first season half in a surprise first place, with a record, 43 points and a nine-point advantage to second-placed Frosinone.

Colors and badge[edit]

The Biancorossi's traditional colors are White & Red.

Current squad[edit]

As of 19 November 2014.[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Italy GK Renato Dossena
3 Italy DF Gaetano Letizia
4 Italy DF Alessio Sabbione
5 Italy DF Fabrizio Poli
6 Italy DF Riccardo Gagliolo
8 Italy MF Raffaele Bianco
9 Italy FW Roberto Inglese (on loan from Chievo)
10 Nigeria FW Jerry Mbakogu
11 Italy FW Antonio Di Gaudio
12 Italy GK Roberto Maurantonio
13 Slovenia DF Aljaž Struna (on loan from Palermo)
14 Italy MF Massimiliano Gatto (on loan from Chievo)
No. Position Player
15 Italy FW Kevin Lasagna
17 Italy MF Filippo Porcari
18 Italy MF Elio De Silvestro (on loan from Juventus)
19 Italy MF Lorenzo Pasciuti
20 Italy MF Lorenzo Lollo
21 Italy DF Simone Romagnoli
22 Brazil GK Gabriel (on loan from Milan)
23 Italy DF Emanuele Suagher (on loan from Atalanta)
24 Senegal MF Maodo Malick Mbaye (on loan from Chievo)
27 Portugal FW Carlos Embaló (on loan from Palermo)
28 Italy MF Simon Laner (on loan from Verona)
30 Italy GK Matteo Brunelli

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Italy DF Nicolò Sperotto (at Cosenza)
13 Italy MF Alberto Torelli (at Santarcangelo)
Italy GK Francesco Forte (at Vigor Lamezia)
Italy DF Andrea Boron (at Grosseto)
No. Position Player
Italy MF Giacomo Ridolfi (at Santarcangelo)
Italy FW Luca Cognigni (at Ancona)
Italy FW Manuel Sarao (at Giana Erminio)

Youth team[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
12 Italy GK Jean Claude Consol
16 Italy DF Daniele Sarzi Puttini
29 Italy MF Alessandro Marani

Notable former players[edit]

Notable former managers[edit]

Club honours[edit]

Domestic league competitions[edit]

Domestic cup competitions[edit]

Youth competitions[edit]

Recent season history[edit]

Carpi F.C. 1909 League History since reforming for the 2000-01 season

Season League Position Coppa Italia Top Goalscorer[3]
2000-01 Eccellenza Emilia–Romagna/Girone A 10th N/A
2001-02 Eccellenza Emilia–Romagna/Girone A 2nd (Promoted) N/A
2002-03 Serie D/Girone D 11th N/A
2003-04 Serie D/Girone D 11th N/A
2004-05 Serie D/Girone D 12th N/A
2005-06 Serie D/Girone C 8th N/A
2006-07 Serie D/Girone D 4th N/A
2007-08 Serie D/Girone D 4th N/A
2008-09 Serie D/Girone D 9th N/A
2009-10 Serie D/Girone D 2nd (Promoted) N/A
2010-11 Lega Pro Seconda Divisione/Girone B 1st (Champions/Promoted) First Round
2011-12 Lega Pro Prima Divisione/Girone A 3rd Second Round Ledian Memushaj (9)
2012-13 Lega Pro Prima Divisione/Girone A 3rd (Promoted) Third Round Rachid Arma (11)
2013-14 Serie B 12th Second Round Ledian Memushaj (8)
2014-15 Serie B 1st Second Round Jerry Mbakogu (12)


  1. ^ a b "La storia" (in Italian). Carpi FC 1909. Archived from the original on 11 October 2007. Retrieved 27 October 2007. 
  2. ^ "TEAM 2014-2015". Carpi FC 1909 (in Italian). 
  3. ^ All competitions

External links[edit]