A.S. Gubbio 1910

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Gubbio
Full name Associazione Sportiva Gubbio 1910 Srl
Nickname(s)
  • Lupi (Wolves)
  • Rossoblù (Red-Blue)
Founded 1913 (sports club founded in 1908)
1949 (refounded)
Ground Stadio Pietro Barbetti,
Gubbio, Italy
Ground Capacity 5,300
Chairman Sauro Notari
Head coach Giuseppe Magi
League Serie D
2014–15 Lega Pro/B, 16th (relegated)

Associazione Sportiva Gubbio 1910 is an Italian association football club, based in Gubbio, Umbria. They club currently play in Serie D.

History[edit]

The sport club was founded in 1908. The unofficial football activity began in 1910, and the football team was created in 1913.

In February 2009, the club made national headlines by hiring 70-year-old UEFA Cup-winning coach Luigi Simoni as technical director (due to age limits), with former under-19 team boss Riccardo Tumiatti being promoted as first team coach.[1] In the season 2010-11 Lega Pro Prima Divisione season the club won promotion to Serie B after 63 years, under the guidance of Vincenzo Torrente (as appointed by Simoni himself). However, Gubbio's stay in the second tier of Italian football lasted only one season as they were immediately relegated back to Lega Pro Prima Divisione.

Colours and stadium[edit]

The team's colours are dark blue and red.

Their home field is the Stadio Pietro Barbetti, a 5,300 capacity all-seater stadium.


Current squad[edit]

As of 30 January, 2017[2]

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 Giacomo Volpe
12 Italy GK Michele Monti
22 Italy GK Antonio Narciso (on loan from Foggia)
2 Italy DF Nicola Stefanelli (on loan from Virtus Entella)
3 Italy DF Alessio Petti
5 Italy DF Michele Rinaldi
6 Italy DF Alex Marco Marini
11 Italy DF Andrea Zanchi
13 Italy DF Amedeo Marghi (on loan from Genoa)
23 Italy DF Sedrick Kalombo
24 Italy DF Lorenzo Burzigotti
4 Italy MF Marco Croce
No. Position Player
8 Italy MF Alfredo Romano
14 Italy MF Massimo Conti
15 Italy MF Francesco Bergamini
16 Italy MF Paolo Valagussa (on loan from Virtus Entella)
20 Italy MF Rosario Costantino
26 Italy MF Dario Giacomarro (on loan from Palermo)
28 Italy MF Daniele Casiraghi (on loan from Palermo)
7 Italy FW Daniele Ferretti
9 Italy FW Lorenzo Musto
10 Italy FW Daniele Ferri Marini
19 Italy FW Leonardo Candellone
25 Italy FW Gabriel Lunetta
18 Spain FW Héctor Otín (on loan from Virtus Entella)

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