S.S. Juve Stabia

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Juve Stabia
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Full name Società Sportiva Juve Stabia
Nickname(s) Le vespe (The Wasps)
Founded 1907
1933 (refounded)
1953 (refounded)
2002 (refounded)
Ground Stadio Romeo Menti,
Castellammare di Stabia, Italy
Ground Capacity 12,800
Chairman Italy Francesco Manniello
Manager Italy Piero Braglia
League Serie B
2012–13 Serie B, 16th

Società Sportiva Juve Stabia is an Italian football club, based in Castellammare di Stabia, Campania.

Currently, Juve Stabia plays in Serie B, where it previously played in the 1951-52 season as A.C. Stabia.

History[edit]

The football in Castellammare di Stabia[edit]

From Stabia S.C. to S.S. Juventus Stabia[edit]

Stabia S.C.[edit]

The origins of football in the town of Castellammare di Stabia in the Province of Naples can be traced back to 19 March 1907,[1] when Weiss, the Romano brothers and Pauzano, founded the club as Stabia Sporting Club.,[2] changing its name to F.C. Stabiese in 1930. In the summer 1933, has filed for bankruptcy.

A.C. Stabia[edit]

Stabia was refounded as A.C. Stabia by Salvatore Russo in 1933.

In the season 1951-52 it has played in Serie B.

In 1953 it was declared bankrupt.

S.S. Juventus Stabia[edit]
The previous Juve Stabia logo

In 1953 the second club of the town Società Sportiva Juventus Stabia, founded in 1945 becomes so the main team of Castellamare di Stabia and inherits the sporting tradition of the former club.

The club has declared bankrupt in 2001.

From Comprensorio Stabia to S.S. Juve Stabia[edit]

In the summer 2002 the entrepreneur Paolo D'Arco acquired the sports rights of Serie D of Comprensorio Nola renamed immediately Comprensorio Stabia and since the summer 2003 with the current name. At the end of the season it was promoted to Serie C2 and in that next in Serie C1. In the season 2008-09 the club was relegated to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione, but was immediately promoted the next season.

In the season 2010-11 Juve Stabia was promoted in Serie B after 59 years.

Current squad[edit]

As of 31 January, 2014.[3]

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 Simone Ciancio
3 Italy DF Luigi Vitale (on loan from Napoli)
4 Italy MF Andrea De Falco (on loan from Bari)
5 Italy MF Manuel Giandonato (on loan from Parma)
6 Italy DF Marco Piccioni
7 Romania MF Sergiu Suciu (on loan from Torino)
9 Italy FW Samuel Di Carmine
10 Italy MF Fabio Caserta
11 Italy FW Filippo Falco (on loan from Lecce)
13 Italy FW Antonio Di Nardo
14 Senegal MF N'Diaye Djiby (on loan from Chievo)
15 Italy DF Luca Ghiringhelli
16 The Gambia FW Ali Sowe (on loan from Chievo)
17 Italy DF Francesco Zampano (on loan from Verona)
No. Position Player
18 Italy FW Mattia Montini (on loan from Benevento)
19 Italy DF Francesco Di Nunzio
20 Senegal MF Yves Baraye (on loan from Chievo)
21 Senegal FW Souleymane Doukara (on loan from Catania)
23 Italy DF Maurizio Lanzaro
27 Italy FW Vittorio Parigini (on loan from Torino)
28 Italy DF Matteo Contini (on loan from Atalanta)
30 Italy DF Matteo Liviero (on loan from Juventus)
31 Italy DF Samuele Romeo
33 Italy GK Sergio Viotti (on loan from Chievo)
44 Italy GK Angelo Di Stasio
66 Italy GK Massimiliano Benassi (on loan from Lecce)

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
18 Italy MF William Jidayi (at Cittadella)
Italy DF Valentino Ostieri (at Cavese)

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
22 Italy GK Antonio Capuano
24 Italy FW Salvatore Elefante
25 Italy DF Vincenzo Guarino
26 Italy DF Luigi Carillo
29 Italy DF Francesco Mileto
No. Position Player
32 Italy MF Antonio Cardore
34 Italy MF Salvatore D'Ancora
35 Italy FW Alfonso Gargiulo
55 Italy GK Guido Mennella

Honours[edit]

  • Serie D
    • Promoted: 1971–72, 1978–79, 1990–91, 2003–04

References[edit]

  1. ^ CalcioPress.net
  2. ^ CalcioDiEccellenza.it
  3. ^ "Rosa Prima". SSJuveStabia.it. 24 January 2010. 

External links[edit]