A.S.D. SolbiaSommese Calcio

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Full name Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica
SolbiaSommese Calcio
Founded 2012
Ground Stadio Felice Chinetti,
Solbiate Arno, Italy
Ground Capacity 4,500
Chairman Oreste Battiston
Manager Marco Spilli
League Eccellenza Lombardy/A
2011-12 Eccellenza Lombardy/A, 2nd (as Sommese)

A.S.D. SolbiaSommese Calcio[1] is an Italian association football club located in Somma Lombardo and also representing the town of Solbiate Arno (Province of Varese), Lombardy. It currently plays in Eccellenza Lombardy/A.



The club was founded in 2012 after the merger of A.S. Solbiatese Arno Calcio and S.S. Sommese 1920.[2]

Before the merger[edit]

Solbiatese Arno Calcio[edit]

Former logo Solbiatese Arno Calcio

The team was founded in 1911 as A.S. Solbiatese Calcio in Solbiate Arno and spent several seasons in Serie C and Serie C2. It was refounded as Solbiatese Arno Calcio[3] in 2000, taking Solbiatese Arno Calcio, by merging with A.S. Arno Calcio (founded 1980 in the same town).

During the seasons 2007-10, their top scorer has been Massimo 'Max' Marsich.

In the 2010-11 season, the club was relegated from Serie D group B to Eccellenza Lombardy.[4] In the next season it was again relegated to Promozione Lombardy

S.S. Sommese 1920[edit]

The team was founded in 1920 in Somma Lombardo.

In the 2011-12 it was ranked 2nd in Eccellenza Lombardy/A and was defeated by Real Vicenza in the final playoffs.[5]

Colors and badge[edit]

Its colors are black and blue.


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