S.P. Tre Penne

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Tre Penne
SP Tre Penne logo.png
Full nameSocietà Polisportiva Tre Penne
Nickname(s)Tre Penne
GroundStadio Fonte dell'Ovo
ChairmanAndrea Della Balda
ManagerLuigi Bizzotto
LeagueCampionato Sammarinese di Calcio

S.P. Tre Penne is a football club based in the City of San Marino. The club was founded in 1956, and currently plays in Girone B of Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio. The team colors were blue and white when home, and red when away. Later on the team color was changed to green.

On 9 July 2013, Tre Penne became the first Sammarinese team to win a game in a European competition by defeating Shirak 1–0 in the second leg of their 2013–14 UEFA Champions League first qualifying round contest.[1][2]


2011–12, 2012–13, 2015–16
1967, 1970, 1982, 1983, 2000, 2017
2013, 2016, 2017


Two months after the Liberta on 11 November 1928, the team was established at the behest of the Segretraio Sammarinese Fascist Party, Manlio Gozi. By the 1930s, the U.S. Sammarinese Titania was buying purely organizational characteristics; the birth of the first concept of the national associations, and promotion of the formation of Titania 4 Youth Sports Groups. On 21 August 1933, in the capital, La Serenissima was formed and Marina Belluzzi was appointed as chairman. La Serenissima was the team that represented the capital of San Marino in the first edition of the Titan Cup in 1937. The colours were already white and blue following tradition inherited from Tre Penne. The onset was initially a win 2–0 in La Castellana di Serravalle, but the final of the Cup saw them take third place. La Serenissima reformed after the war. In 1952, they started a Titan Cup.

In 1956, at the behest of a group of sportsmen of the Castle, San Marino regained its representative football status in Tre Penne; which took its name from the three peaks of Monte Titano and the colours of the Serenissima (black and white). Curiously, even Tre Penne became a sort of representative Sammarinese. In 1959, Italy gained recognition by the Regional Committee of Bologna FIGC, and then Tre Penne joined forces with Libertas. Born Libertas Tre Penne, it was chaired by the Director of the Government of Tourism, Gian Vito Marcucci, who kept the colours of the Tre Penne. Speakers from the ashes of the Federation and Libertas, Tre Penne was moulded into the sports Serenissima, today San Marino Calcio. The first success for Tre Penne still comes in the form of Representative of San Marino in 1966 when it participated in Bergonzona (Switzerland) Amateurs in the Tournament of small states. To the surprise of trainers, Sammarienese proceeded to the final and almost went unbeaten, but they ultimately lost against Austria. In 1967 they won their first Titan Cup. Tre Penne took its first steps by introducing Marco Macina, the first player to wear the jersey of San Marino as an extra-national Italian Under-16 Championship in 1982, to their team. They became the European champions in the categories, but then mill already in the ranks of militant youth of Bologna.

The club registered their first win in European competitions on 9 July 2013, as they beat Shirak by a scoreline of 1–0, thanks in no small part to the efforts of goalkeeper Federico Valentini.[3]

European record[edit]


Competition Matches W D L GF GA
UEFA Champions League 6 1 0 5 2 19
UEFA Europa League 6 0 0 6 4 29
Total 12 1 0 11 6 48


Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2010–11 UEFA Europa League Second qualifying round Bosnia and Herzegovina HŠK Zrinjski Mostar 2–9 1–4 3–13
2011–12 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round Serbia FK Rad 1–3 0–6 1–9
2012–13 UEFA Champions League First qualifying round Luxembourg F91 Dudelange 0–4 0–7 0–11
2013–14 UEFA Champions League First qualifying round Armenia Shirak 1–0 0–3 1–3
2016–17 UEFA Champions League First qualifying round Wales The New Saints 0–3 1–2 1–5
2017–18 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round Republic of Macedonia FK Rabotnički 0–6 0–1 0–7

Current squad[edit]

As of 8 February 2018.[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 San Marino GK Giacomo Simoncini
2 San Marino DF Lorenzo Capicchioni
3 San Marino DF Lazzaro Capecchi
4 Italy MF Luca Patregnani
5 San Marino DF Davide Cesarini
6 San Marino DF Andrea Rossi
7 San Marino MF Alex Gasperoni
8 Italy MF Nicola Gai
10 Italy FW Michele Simoncelli
11 San Marino MF Mirko Palazzi
12 San Marino GK Fabio Macaluso
13 Italy GK Mattia Migani
14 San Marino MF Luca Censoni
No. Position Player
15 San Marino MF Giacomo Zafferani
16 Italy FW Giovanni Tani
17 San Marino MF Pietro Calzolari
18 Italy MF Riccardo Santini
19 San Marino FW Matteo Valli
20 Italy DF Stefano Fraternali
21 Italy DF Kevin Marigliano
22 Italy FW Marco Martini
23 Italy DF Davide Succi
San Marino DF Lorenzo Capicchioni
San Marino MF Tommy Fantini
Italy MF Riccardo Santini
Italy MF Andrea Lazzarini



  1. ^ "Tre Penne Capitale del calcio sammarinese". SMTV. Retrieved 10 July 2013.
  2. ^ UEFA
  3. ^ "Shirak advance despite Tre Penne's historic win". UEFA. 9 July 2013. Retrieved 11 September 2014.
  4. ^ "SP Tre Penne". uefa.com. 2 July 2013.

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