A.S. Pro Piacenza 1919

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from A.S.D. Pro Piacenza 1919)
Jump to: navigation, search
Pro Piacenza
Pro Piacenza logo.jpg
Full name Associazione Sportiva
Pro Piacenza 1919 S.r.l.
Nickname(s) Il Pro (The Pro)
Rossoneri (Red-blacks)
Founded 1919
2013 (refounded)
Ground Stadio Leonardo Garilli,
Piacenza, Italy
Ground Capacity 21,668
Chairman Alberto Burzoni
Manager Fulvio Pea
League Lega Pro/A
2015–16 Lega Pro/A, 14th

Associazione Sportiva Pro Piacenza 1919 or simply Pro Piacenza is an Italian association football club, based in Piacenza, Emilia-Romagna. The club currently plays in Lega Pro, for the third time in its history.


Logo used in 2011–12 season

The team was founded in 1919 as the merger of two pre-existing companies, the Ausonia and the Bandiera, both from Piacenza and playing in occasional amateur activity.

Since its founding, Pro Piacenza adopted mesh with vertical stripes red-black, although in the early years they also often used green shirts, because they were more readily available.

Pro Piacenza have always participated in the amateur leagues, without ever being able to reach professionals, but in the summer of 2013, thanks to the merger with the Atletico BP Pro Piacenza, based in Bettola, they participated in the Serie D and changed the name in A.S.D Pro Piacenza 1919[1]

On April 17, 2014, after beating Sambonifacese 2–0 at home, the club gained promotion to Lega Pro, winning the Group B of the 2013–14 Serie D season. For the first time in 95 years the team played professional football.[2]

In summer 2014 the club was again renamed to A.S. Pro Piacenza 1919 S.r.l..[3]

For having played an illegitimate player, they were penalized 8 points at the beginning of the new season on third level.[4]

Colors and badge[edit]

The team's colors are red and black.


As of 26 August 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 Italy GK Ermanno Fumagalli
2 Italy DF Andrea Calandra
3 Senegal DF Ansoumana Sanè (on loan from Chievo)
4 Italy DF Francesco Bini (captain)
5 Senegal DF Dembel Sall (on loan from Bari)
6 Italy DF Gianluigi Bianco
7 Italy MF Gianluca Barba
8 Spain MF Jonathan Aspas
9 Italy FW Massimiliano Pesenti
10 Argentina FW Gonzalo Martínez
11 Italy DF Denny Cardin
12 Italy GK Riccardo Bertozzi
13 Italy MF Michael Girasole
No. Position Player
14 Ghana MF Kalagna Gomis
15 Italy MF Mario Pugliese (on loan from Atalanta)
16 Italy MF Riccardo Rossini
17 Italy MF Lorenzo Marchionni
19 Italy DF Pietro Manganelli
20 Italy FW Fabio Cassani
22 Italy GK Alessandro Scarcella
23 Italy FW Daniele Bazzoffia
27 Italy FW Riccardo Musetti
30 Italy FW Nicola Pozzi
33 Italy DF Mauro Belotti


Pro Piacenza play their home matches at the Stadio Leonardo Garilli, located in the city of Piacenza.

Before the Stadio Leonardo Garilli, they played at Stadio Comunale and Campo Sportivo Gianni Siboni, both located in the city of Piacenza.


Serie D


External links[edit]