Giulianova Calcio

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For the illegitimate phoenix club, see A.S.D. Città di Giulianova 1924.
Giulianova
Giulianova Calcio Logo.png
Full name Giulianova Calcio
Nickname(s) Giallorossi (yellow-reds)
Founded 1924
Dissolved 2012 (professional team)
Ground Stadio Rubens Fadini,
Giulianova, Italy
Ground Capacity 4,347

Giulianova Calcio S.r.l. was an Italian association football club based in Giulianova, Abruzzo. The team failed to renew its license for professional football in 2012. After 4 years of dormant, the new owner of the club applied to play in 2016–17 5-a-side football, composed of players from folded Città di Giulianova.[1][2]

After 2012, few phoenix clubs emerged: A.S.D. Città di Giulianova 1924, A.S.D. Calcio Giulianova, A.S.D. Piccoli Giallorossi and A.S.D. Real Giulianova. Some teams had been temporarily granted the rights to use the logo of Giulianova Calcio, by A.S.D. Giuliesi per Sempre, the owner of the logo which was purchased from the bankruptcy auctions.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1924 and played for most of its history in national Italians championships, especially in Serie C.

On 30 June 2012 Giulianova did not submit the application to 2012–13 Lega Pro Seconda Divisione due to financial reason.[3] The membership of Giulianova Calcio S.r.l. in FIGC was revoked in 2013.[4]

On 19 July 2012 former president of the club, Dario D'Agostino, was suspended for 8 months, as well as 2 points deduction in 2012–13 season to the official phoenix club of Giulianova (if any).[5] Another director, Antonio Serena, was also suspended for around 100 days due to administration irregularities on 9 February 2012.[6]

Legacy[edit]

The assets of Giulianova Calcio, including the logo, and trophies, were acquired by A.S.D. Giuliesi per Sempre aka A.S.D. Giulianova Calcio, which grants other teams to use the logo temporary.[7]

A.S.D. Città di Giulianova 1924, was the highest ranking team from Giulianova in the national league, which was relocated from Cologna Paese frazione, Roseto degli Abruzzi, in the Province of Teramo. The team relegated from 2015–16 Serie D (fourth tier). The team folded in 2016.[8]

Another team, A.S.D. Calcio Giulianova,[9] was a merger of "Scuola Calcio Giulianova", a youth academy and "Colleranesco", a team in local amateur football located in the frazione of the same name.[10] The team relegated from 2015–16 Promozione Abruzzo (sixth tier). The team withdrew from senior football in 2016.

The third team, A.S.D. Piccoli Giallorossi, was another youth academy.[11]

However, as Città di Giulianova did not renew the loan of the logo in 2015,[12] as well as other youth teams had rely on the agreement with Città di Giulianova, the non-renewal of loan, making all team cannot use the club logo.

In 2016 A.S.D. Real Giulianova became another illegitimate phoenix clubs after Città di Giulianova was folded. Real Giulianova was a team in 2016–17 Promozione Abruzzo. The club was relocated from Castellalto, in the Province of Teramo.[13]

A.S.D. Giulianova Calcio also return to football league by entering local 5-a-side football, by hiring players of former Città di Giulianova.[1]

A.S.D. Giulianova Annunziata was another team from Giulianova which was participated in 2016–17 Prima Categoria.

Notable players[edit]

For a list of all former and current Giulianova players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:Giulianova Calcio players.
Italian internationals

Colors and badge[edit]

Its colours are yellow and red.

Stadium[edit]

It plays its home matches at Stadio Rubens Fadini.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Giulianova calcio si iscrive al campionato di calcio a 5" (in Italian). cityrumors.it. 9 July 2016. Retrieved 4 September 2016. 
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ http://www.abruzzo24ore.tv/news/Lega-Pro-interrogativo-riforma-Cinque-club-non-si-iscrivono-forse-otto-con-riserva/88895.htm
  4. ^ "C.U. N°72/A (2013–14)" (PDF) (in Italian). FIGC. 11 September 2013. Retrieved 6 September 2016. 
  5. ^ "Comunicato Ufficiale (C.U.) N°6/CDN (2012–13)" (PDF). National Disciplinary Commission (CDN) (in Italian). Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio (FIGC). 17 July 2012. Retrieved 17 November 2015. 
  6. ^ "C.U. N°61/CDN (2011–12)" [Pree Release N°/61/CDN (2011–12)] (PDF). CDN (in Italian). FIGC. 9 February 2012. Retrieved 4 September 2016. 
  7. ^ "Nasce l'Associazione Sportica Dilettantistica Giuliesi per Sempre per rilanciare il Giulianova Calcio" (in Italian). cityrumors.it. 3 April 2014. Retrieved 18 December 2015. 
  8. ^ [2]
  9. ^ A.S.D. Calcio Giulianova official site (in Italian)
  10. ^ "Fusione tra Colleranesco e la Scuola Calcio: nasce l'Asd Calcio Giulianova" (in Italian). cityrumors.it. 20 June 2014. Retrieved 18 December 2015. 
  11. ^ "Il logo del Giulianova affidato alla scuola calcio Piccoli Giallorossi: la versione dell'associazione Giuliesi per sempre" (in Italian). cityrumors.it. 21 September 2015. Retrieved 18 December 2015. 
  12. ^ ""Giuliesi per sempre" interviene sulla concessione del logo Giulianova Calcio" (in Italian). Giulianova il Belvedere. 21 September 2015. Retrieved 3 January 2016. 
  13. ^ "Presentato in Comune il progetto del Real Giulianova" (in Italian). giulianovailbelvedere.it. 30 June 2016. Retrieved 31 August 2016. 

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