Lupa Roma F.C.

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Lupa Roma
Full name Lupa Roma Football Club S.r.l.
Founded
  • 1974 (L.V.P.A. Frascati)
  • 1980 (refounded)
  • 2004 (refounded)
Ground Stadio Olindo Galli (it), Tivoli
Ground Capacity 3,500
Chairman Alberto Cerrai
Manager David Di Michele
League Lega Pro/C
2015–16 Lega Pro/C, 17th

Lupa Roma F.C. is a professional Italian football club located in Tivoli, a suburb of Greater Rome. It currently plays in Lega Pro, the third tier of national football.

History[edit]

The foundation[edit]

From L.V.P.A. Frascati to Lupa Frascati[edit]

The club was founded in 1974 as S.S. L.V.P.A. (Ludentes Vivendi Perdiscimus Artem) Frascati and refounded in 1980 and 2004.[1]

In 2004 the club was refounded acquiring the Serie D sports title of Cisco Calcio of Rome.

Between Serie D and Eccellenza[edit]

In the season 2008–09 it was relegated from Serie D to Eccellenza Lazio.

In the season 2011–12 the team was promoted from Eccellenza Lazio/B[2] to Serie D after playoffs.

Lupa Roma[edit]

In the season 2013–14 the club moved to Axa district of Rome[1] changing its name to A.S.D. Lupa Roma, and playing the home matches in nearby Stadio Pietro Desideri of Fiumicino.[1] In the next season it was promoted to Lega Pro as Group G champions, changing its name again to Lupa Roma F.C. as a sign of return to the professional ranks after a 34-season absence. The team had to also move its home in Aprilia due to the Fiumicino field being unfit for professional league games, and the immediate lack of an available venue in Rome.[citation needed]

In 2016–17 season the club moved to Stadio Olindo Galli of Tivoli. The legal address of the club also moved to the same municipality of Greater Rome.[3]

Colors and badge[edit]

Its colors are yellow red, light blue and white.[4]

Current squad[edit]

As of 20 September 2016 [5].

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

No. Position Player
1 Lithuania GK Tomas Švedkauskas (on loan from Roma)
2 Italy DF Mattia Rosato
3 Italy DF Alessandro Celli
4 Italy DF Marco Sfanò
5 Italy MF Giovanni La Camera
6 Italy MF Sergio Garufi
7 Italy FW Marcello Mancosu
8 Italy MF Daniele Proia
9 France FW Mohamed Fofana
10 Italy FW Antonio Rozzi (on loan from Lazio)
11 Italy MF Salvatore Aloi (on loan from Trapani)
No. Position Player
12 Italy GK Matteo Brunelli (on loan from Chievo)
14 Italy MF Luca Baldassin
15 Spain DF Rubén Palomeque (on loan from Bologna)
16 Italy FW Alan Mastropietro
17 Italy MF Andrea Scicchitano (on loan from Crotone)
18 Italy FW Enrico Ventola (on loan from Avellino)
19 Italy DF Claudio Cafiero
20 Italy MF Gianluca Iorio
21 Italy MF Alessandro Corvesi
23 Italy FW Riccardo Montesi
24 Italy DF Abel Gigli

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "La storia" (in Italian). Lupa Roma F.C. 2014 [circa]. Retrieved 27 September 2016. 
  2. ^ http://www.studio93.it/news/read_news.php?news=46471&category=1
  3. ^ "Lupa Roma" (in Italian). Lega-Pro.com. 2016 [circa]. Retrieved 27 September 2016. 
  4. ^ http://www.luparoma.it/index.php/societa/txt-organigramma.html[dead link]
  5. ^ "Rosa" (in Italian). Lupa Roma F.C. 20 September 2016 [circa]. Retrieved 27 September 2016. 

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