Renato Curi Angolana

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Renato Curi Angolana
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Full name Renato Curi Angolana s.r.l.
Founded 1998
Ground Stadio Comunale,
Città Sant'Angelo, Italy
Ground Capacity 2,020
Chairman Sergio Spinelli
Manager Paolo Rachini
League Eccellenza /A
2015–16 Eccellenza/A, 6th

Renato Curi Angolana, or simply Angolana,[citation needed] is an Italian association football club located in Città Sant'Angelo, Abruzzo. It currently plays in Eccellenza.


The club was founded in 1998 after the merger of Renato Curi, same name of a footballer of Perugia who suddenly died in 1977 during a league match against Juventus[1] (founded in 1978 in Pescara playing in Eccellenza Abruzzo) and Angolana (founded in 1948 in Città Sant'Angelo playing in Promozione Abruzzo).

In the season 2004–05 from Eccellenza Abruzzo it was promoted to Serie D. In the season 2013-2014 from Serie D it returned in Eccellenza.

Colors and badge[edit]

Its colors are black and blue.

Famous players of Renato Curi Angolana[edit]

Massimo Oddo

Fabio Grosso

Ernesto Terra

Raffaele Biancolino

Andrea D'Agostino

Alessandro Del Grosso

Matteo Ciofani

Marco Capuano

Alessandro Iacobucci

Carlo Luisi


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