Armando Picchi Calcio

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Armando Picchi
Full name Armando Picchi Calcio srl
Nickname(s)  –
Founded 1971
Ground Stadio Armando Picchi,
Banditella, Livorno, Italy
Ground Capacity 1,500
Chairman Lucio Zappia
Manager Stefano Brondi
League Serie D/E
2007–08 Serie D/E, 4th

Armando Picchi Calcio is an Italian association football club located in Livorno, Tuscany. It currently plays in Serie D. Its colors are all-dark red.

The team was founded in 1971 by Enzo Picchi, uncle of the late Armando Picchi, a football player and manager, and a native of Livorno, and now it is the second team in Livorno by importance, behind A.S. Livorno Calcio of Serie B. Alongside its first time, Armando Picchi Calcio can boast of a fine youth sector, that won two Italian championships at the Allievi and Juniores level, respectively in 1973 and 1974. Cristiano and Alessandro Lucarelli played for Armando Picchi in their youth years.

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