S.S. Ebolitana 1925
|Full name||Associazione Sportiva Calcio Ebolitana 1925|
|Ground||Massayoli (Stadio José Guimarães Dirceu),
|2012–13||Prima Categoria Campania/G 10th (admitted)|
In 2004 he moved to the forefront as a company run by fans, as they bought the sports title from the town of Eboli and with the help of its fans managed to register to the championship of Eccellenza. The same year he won the championship, getting the Fair Play Award of Eccellenza by the Board and promoted to Serie D.
The Return is enshrined in Serie D with a new record: in fact, at the end of the championship, earned 51 points, finishing in 8th place. On May 27, 2007 relegated to Eccellenza after only two years in Serie D, after losing the play-out to Lavello.
On February 17, 2010 won Regional Italian Cup by beating Arzanese in the final after penalty kicks (2–2 after extra time). Moreover, the same year, following the 2nd place in the standings behind Battipagliese, Ebolitana gained access to the playoffs. There won against Real Nocera, Isernia and Arzanese, thanks to away goals and promoted to Serie D.
On May 8, 2011 got its first historical promotion to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione, after finishing in first place in Group I with 89 points (with an average of 2.49 per game), beating the last day the second-placed and direct competitor A.S.D. Forza e Coraggio, by winning on the field of the newly promoted Aprilia 3–1. Also, Ebolitana reached the semi-finals of Scudetto Dilettanti, where was defeated by Cuneo on penalties.
In 2011/2012 season the team manages to join, albeit with difficulty, Lega Pro Seconda Divisione. The adventure lasts only one year in the Lega Pro with the inevitable relegation back to Serie D.
In summer 2012 it does not appeal against the exclusion of Covisod from Serie D and so was excluded from all football. Later in the same year it was reformed as ASC Ebolitana 1925, restarting from Prima Categoria Campania, where it finished 10th in Group G for the 2012–13 season. It was admitted the next season to Promozione Campania.
Colors and badge
Its colors were white and blue.
- Dirceu at National-Football-Teams.com
- (Italian) Official homepage
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