S.S. MonosPolis

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MonosPolis
S.S. MonosPolis.jpg
Full name Società Sportiva MonosPolis s.r.l.
Founded 2010
Ground Stadio Vito Simone Veneziani,
Monopoli, Italy
Ground Capacity 6,880
Chairman Sergio Fanizzi
Manager Claudio De Luca
League Serie D/H
2012–13 Serie D/H, 4th

S.S. MonosPolis is an Italian association football club from Monopoli, Apulia. Currently, it plays in Serie D.

History[edit]

The football in Monopoli[edit]

A.C. Monopoli[edit]

Former AC Monopoli logo

The origins of football in Monopoli go back to 1958 when was founded A.C. Monopoli. After winning Eccellenza Apulia in the 2004–05 season[note 1] it has played in Serie D/H for the 2005-06 season obtaining the promotion to Serie C2[note 2] where it played the 4 seasons following. The team did not enter Lega Pro Seconda Divisione in June 2010 and restarted from Terza Categoria.[note 3]

From A.S. Liberty Monopoli to S.S. MonosPolis[edit]

A.S. Liberty Monopoli[edit]
Former LIberty Monopoli logo

A new club was founded in the summer 2010 as A.S. Liberty Monopoli, after the relocation of Eccellenza club A.S.D. Liberty Bari 1909 from Bari to Monopoli.

In the 2011-12 season the team was promoted from Eccellenza Apulia to Serie D.

S.S. MonosPolis[edit]

In the summer 2012 the club was renamed S.S. MonosPolis.[1][2][3]

Colors and badge[edit]

Its colors are white and green.

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ with a claimed world record of 102 points, surpassed only in 2008 by Championnat de France amateur semi-professional team Croix-de-Savoie - now named Evian Thonon Gaillard F.C. - that scored 108 points
  2. ^ defeating Celano in the playoff finals after the second place in the league
  3. ^ the lowest level of the italian football

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