F.C. Calcio Acri
|Full name||Football Club Calcio Acri|
|Ground||Stadio Pasquale Castrovillari,
|2011–12||Serie D/I, 13th|
Acri was founded in 2004.
The club was promoted to Serie D in 2011 as Eccellenza Calabria champions, but it was immediately relegated in the following season.
Colors and badge
The team's color are black and red.
Acri plays its home matches at Stadio Pasquale Castrovillari, a small stadium located north of the city in natural grass.
The stadium is divided into three sectors: the grandstand, or tribuna centrale, with a capacity of 2,200, where the home and organized supporters sit down; the visitors grandstand, situated in front of the tribuna centrale, with a capacity of 1,000; and the curva (although it is not really a curved sector), usually closed.
South down the stadium, there is also a ground training field.
- Giuseppe Pancaro (Interregionale player in the 1990s and 2000s for Cagliari, Lazio, Milan, and Italia)
- Official Club Website (Italian)
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