S.S. Juve Stabia

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Juve Stabia
Full name Società Sportiva Juve Stabia
Nickname(s) Le vespe (The Wasps)
Founded 1907
Ground Stadio Romeo Menti,
Castellammare di Stabia (NA).
Ground Capacity 15,800
Chairman Giovanni Improta
Manager Guido Carboni[1]
League Lega Pro/C
2015–16 Lega Pro/C, 11th

Società Sportiva Juve Stabia is an Italian football club, based in Castellammare di Stabia.

Currently, Juve Stabia plays in Lega Pro.


The football in Castellammare di Stabia[edit]

From Stabia S.C. to S.S. Juventus Stabia[edit]

Stabia S.C.[edit]

The origins of football in the town of Castellammare di Stabia in the Metropolitan City of Naples. can be traced back to 19 March 1907,[2] when Weiss, the Romano brothers and Pauzano, founded the club as Stabia Sporting Club.,[3] changing its name to F.C. Stabiese in 1930. In the summer 1933, has filed for bankruptcy.

A.C. Stabia[edit]

Stabia was refounded as A.C. Stabia by Salvatore Russo in 1933.

In the season 1951–52 it has played in Serie B.

In 1953 it was declared bankrupt.

S.S. Juventus Stabia[edit]
The previous Juve Stabia logo

In 1953 the second club of the town Società Sportiva Juventus Stabia, founded in 1945 becomes so the main team of Castellamare di Stabia and inherits the sporting tradition of the former club.

The club has declared bankrupt in 2001.

From Comprensorio Stabia to S.S. Juve Stabia[edit]

In the summer 2002 the entrepreneur Paolo D'Arco acquired the sports rights of Serie D of Comprensorio Nola renamed immediately Comprensorio Stabia and since the summer 2003 with the current name. At the end of the season it was promoted to Serie C2 and in that next in Serie C1. In the season 2008–09 the club was relegated to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione, but was immediately promoted the next season.

In the season 2010–11 Juve Stabia was promoted in Serie B after 59 years. It played in the Italian second division for three consecutive seasons before being relegated in 2013–14.

Current squad[edit]

As of 23 August 2016.[4]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Italy GK Alessandro Bacci
2 Italy DF Tommaso Cancellotti
3 Italy DF Matteo Liviero
4 Italy MF Paolo Capodaglio
5 Bulgaria DF Zhivko Atanasov
6 Italy DF Fabiano Santacroce
7 Senegal FW Mamadou Kanoute (on loan from Benevento)
8 Cameroon MF Kelvin Matute
10 Italy FW Mario Marotta
11 Italy MF Manuel Manari (on loan from Ascoli)
13 Italy DF Agostino Camigliano (on loan from Udinese)
14 France DF Maxime Giron
17 Italy MF Stefano Salvi
No. Position Player
18 Argentina DF Santiago Morero
19 Italy MF Nicholas Izzillo
20 Italy DF Nicholas Allievi
21 Italy MF Gianluca Esposito
22 Italy GK Danilo Russo
23 Italy MF Francesco Lisi
24 Italy MF Alessandro Mastalli
27 Italy FW Marco Rosafio
29 Italy FW Francesco Ripa
30 Italy FW Adriano Montalto
32 Italy GK Mattia Tabaglio
33 Italy FW Aniello Cutolo
35 Italy FW Daniele Paponi



  1. ^ "UFFICIALE: Juve Stabia, ecco il nuovo allenatore" (in Italian). Tuttolegapro. 13 October 2015. 
  2. ^ CalcioPress.net
  3. ^ CalcioDiEccellenza.it
  4. ^ "La Rosa". SSJuveStabia.it. Retrieved 1 October 2014. 

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