ACF Brescia Femminile

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Brescia
Full name Associazione Calcio Femminile Brescia Femminile
Nickname(s) Leonesse (Lionesses)
Founded 1995
Ground Centro Sportivo Club Azzurri,
Brescia
Ground Capacity 1,500
Chairman Giuseppe Cesari
Manager Milena Bertolini
League Serie A
2015–16 1st

ACF Brescia Femminile is an Italian women's football club from Capriolo, near Brescia. It was founded in 1995 as FCF Capriolo Arredamenti Ostilio. In 2000 it moved to Bergamo, where it played for five seasons as ACF Pro Bergamo. The team adopted its current name in 2005 as it returned to Capriolo.[1]

In 2009 Brescia reached Serie A for the first time.[2] In its first year at top level they were 9th, avoiding relegation. In the 2010-11 season Brescia was the surprise team of the league and competed with UPC Tavagnacco for a Champions League spot. Finally Brescia ranked 3rd. Brescia striker Daniela Sabatino was the second top scorer of the season with 25 goals, just one shy of Patrizia Panico.[3]

Squad[edit]

As of 15 November 2016.[4]

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 Chiara Marchitelli
3 Italy DF Roberta D'Adda
5 Italy MF Chiara Eusebio
7 Italy MF Valentina Cernoia
8 Italy MF Martina Rosucci
9 Italy FW Daniela Sabatino
10 Italy FW Cristiana Girelli
11 Italy MF Barbara Bonansea
12 Romania GK Camelia Ceasar
13 Italy DF Sara Gama
14 Italy FW Isabel Cacciamali
No. Position Player
15 Italy MF Annamaria Serturini
16 Italy MF Silvia Fuselli
17 Italy FW Stefania Tarenzi
18 Italy MF Laura Ghisi
19 Italy MF Martina Lenzini
20 Italy FW Giulia Pezzotta
21 Italy DF Raffaella Manieri
22 Italy GK Alessandra Bolchini
23 Italy DF Cecilia Salvai
24 Italy MF Elisa Mele

Former players[edit]

For details of former players, see Category:ACF Brescia Femminile players.

Honours[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] ACF Brescia
  2. ^ [2][permanent dead link] Soccerway
  3. ^ Soccerway
  4. ^ "Prima squadra" (in Italian). Brescia Calcio Femminile. Retrieved 15 November 2016. 
  5. ^ http://de.women.soccerway.com/national/italy/super-cup-women/20142015/s8803/final-stages/