Aurora Seriate Calcio

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Aurora Seriate
Aurora Seriate Cacio.png
Full name Aurora Seriate Calcio
Founded 1967
Dissolved 2015 (merger)
Ground Stadio Comunale
Seriate, Italy
2014–15 Serie D/B, 11th

Aurora Seriate Calcio or simply Aurora Seriate was an Italian association football club, based in Seriate, Lombardy. Aurora Seriate last played in Serie D.[1]


The club was founded in 1967 and developed in the next decade within the parish dispute for several years provincial championships.[2]

In 2008, it won the championship of Prima Categoria and a historic promotion to Promozione. In the 2008–09 season in the Promozione, Aurora Seriate ended in fifth place but, due to winning the Italian Cup final category, the jump to 2009-10 Eccellenza was allowed.

In Eccellenza, the first year ended in second place, behind Rudianese and losing the final of the playoffs by the later promoted Sterilgarda Castiglione. In 2010-11 Eccellenza, it won the championship and the promotion to 2011-12 Serie D.

Aurora Seriate officially merged with fellow Lombardy and Serie D side FC AlzanoCene on 31 May 2015 to become Virtus Bergamo Alzano Seriate 1909.

Colors and badge[edit]

The team's colors were red and blue.


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