|Full name||Football Club Nuorese Calcio
|Ground||Stadio Franco Frogheri,
|League||Promozione Sardinia A|
|2008–09||Promozione Sardinia A, 5th|
The colours of the team are blue and green.
In 2004 the club, then playing in the Eccellenza league, was acquired by former Torino chairman Roberto Goveani, with the aim to lead the verdeazzurri back into professionalism. Under Goveani, and under the captaincy of former Cagliari mainstay Gianluca Festa, Nuorese promptly won two promotions in a row, being crowned Eccellenza Sardinia champions in 2004–05 and Serie D – Girone B winners in 2005–06, thus returning to play in Serie C2 the following season.
Nuorese played again in Serie C2/A for the 2007–08 season, finishing the season in eighth place; however, due to its failure to present proper documentation to confirm their football membership, the club was dropped from professional leagues for the 2008–09 season. Nuorese was successively admitted to play amateur, regionally-based Promozione league in 2008–09.
- (Italian) Official website
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