A.S.D. Comunale Fontanafredda

Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Comunale Fontanafredda, commonly referred to as Fontanafredda, is an Italian football club based in Fontanafredda, Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Currently it plays in Eccellenza Friuli-Venezia Giulia.

Fontanafredda
Full nameAssociazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Comunale Fontanafredda
Nickname(s)Rossoneri (red & blacks)
Founded1925
GroundStadio Omero Tognon,
Fontanafredda, Italy
Capacity5,000
ChairmanItaly Luca Muranella
ManagerItaly Claudio Moro
LeagueEccellenza Friuli-Venezia Giulia
2019–20Eccellenza FVG, 7th
WebsiteClub website

HistoryEdit

The club was founded in 1925 with the name O.N.D. Fontanafredda and in 1940 becomes Gil Fontanafredda. New name change in 1945: the team is called the Club della Fonte, and then in 1963 took the name S.S. Fontanafredda. The sporting results lead the club to climb the categories. In May 2007 the Fontanafredda executives received the gold medal for 75 years of affiliation from the highest authorities of the FIGC of Rome.
In the summer of 2013, when the club is in Eccellenza, the merger with A.S.D. Vigonovo Ranzano, which gives life to A.S.D. Comunale Fontanafreddda. The union brought good results and the Rossoneri won the championship by climbing to Serie D under the guidance of Maurizio De Pieri. The youth sector, which has long been the pride of the area, has achieved several successes at various levels. Mario Pagotto was the most successful player in the history of Fontanafredda, where he was born and raised in football. In the grande Bologna he won three league titles in the 1936-37, 1938-39 and 1940-41 seasons and played in the Vittorio Pozzo's national team.
The stadium is named after Omero Tognon. Midfielder, he played his entire career (with the exception of the last two years for FC Pordenone in the fourth serie) in AC Milan, at the turn of the forties and fifties, coming to be the captain, winning the championships of 1950-51 and 1954-55. In his career he totaled 293 matches in Serie A, scoring only two goals, the last of which earned him the draw in the derby of November 4th 1951. After ceasing his competitive activity, he began that of coach, carried out mainly in the series minors. With the shirt of the Italian national team he took part in the 1950 and 1954 world cups.[1]

Serie DEdit

In the season 2013–14 the team was promoted, from Eccellenza Friuli-Venezia Giulia to Serie D.

Recent seasonsEdit

Season League Cups
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Cup Round
1972–73 Prima Categoria, group A Coppa Italia Dilettanti Preliminary round
1973–74 Prima Categoria, group A 1st ↑ Coppa Italia Dilettanti 1st round
1974–75 Promozione 30 15 12 3 37 18 42 1st[2] Coppa Italia Dilettanti 1st round
1975–76 Promozione 30 11 14 5 40 28 36 4th Coppa Italia Dilettanti 2nd round
1976–77 Promozione 30 15 9 6 47 29 39 3rd Coppa Italia Dilettanti 2nd round
1977–78 Promozione 30 15 11 4 28 17 41 3rd Coppa Italia Dilettanti 1st round
1978–79 Promozione 30 11 10 9 39 37 30 5th Coppa Italia Dilettanti 3rd round
1979–80 Promozione 30 13 9 8 40 28 35 4th Coppa Italia Dilettanti 2nd round
1980–81 Promozione 30 9 12 9 24 25 35 8th Coppa Italia Dilettanti 2nd round
1981–82 Promozione 30 13 11 6 39 24 37 5th Coppa Italia Dilettanti 1st round
1982–83 Promozione 30 13 8 9 34 26 34 5th Coppa Italia Dilettanti 1st round
1983–84 Promozione 30 10 12 8 20 18 32 7th Coppa Italia Dilettanti 2nd round
1984–85 Promozione 30 18 10 2 45 18 46 1st ↑ Coppa Italia Dilettanti 1st round
1985–86 Interregionale, group C 30 8 14 8 24 27 30 9th Coppa Italia Dilettanti 1st round
1986–87 Interregionale, group D 30 5 11 14 20 34 21 14th ↓ Coppa Italia Dilettanti ?
1987–88 Promozione 30 10 12 8 41 36 32 6th Coppa Italia Dilettanti 1st round
1988–89 Promozione 30 14 12 4 47 29 40 1st ↑ Coppa Italia Dilettanti 2nd round
1989–90 Interregionale, group D 34 8 13 13 21 32 29 15th ↓ Coppa Italia Dilettanti 2nd round
1990–91 Promozione 30 12 12 6 36 25 36 4th Coppa Italia Dilettanti 1st round
1991–92 Eccellenza 30 15 10 5 46 18 40 3rd FVG Cup Quarters
1992–93 Eccellenza 34 13 10 7 39 21 36 4th FVG Cup 1st round
1993–94 Eccellenza 30 9 12 9 28 23 30 8th FVG Cup Runners-up
1994–95 Eccellenza 30 3 13 14 23 44 19 16th ↓ FVG Cup 1st round
1995–96 Eccellenza 30 9 13 8 30 28 40 8th FVG Cup 1st round
1996–97 Promozione, group A 30 12 9 9 41 27 45 6th FVG Cup 2nd round
1997–98 Promozione, group A 30 8 11 11 31 36 35 10th FVG Cup 2nd round
1998–99 Promozione, group A 30 16 7 7 31 20 55 2nd ↑ FVG Cup 2nd round
1999–00 Eccellenza 30 9 12 9 28 25 39 7th FVG Cup 1st round
2000–01 Eccellenza 30 9 7 14 37 47 34 14th ↓ FVG Cup 1st round
2001–02 Promozione, group A 30 12 12 6 48 30 48 7th FVG Cup 1st round
2002–03 Promozione, group A 28 14 11 3 36 17 53 1st ↑ Promozione Cup Quarters
2003–04 Eccellenza 32 5 9 18 36 50 24 17th ↓ FVG Cup Runners-up
2004–05 Promozione, group A 30 14 8 8 42 38 50 5th FVG Cup 1st round
2005–06 Promozione, group A 30 17 6 7 57 34 35 3rd ↑ FVG Cup 2nd round
2006–07 Eccellenza 30 7 9 14 29 47 30 14th ↓ FVG Cup 1st round
2007–08 Promozione, group A 30 16 9 5 59 29 57 1st ↑ FVG Cup 1st round
2008–09 Eccellenza 30 10 8 12 34 37 38 9th FVG Cup Runners-up
2009–10 Eccellenza 30 10 10 10 29 24 40 8th FVG Cup 1st round
2010–11 Eccellenza 32 18 7 7 52 33 61 2nd FVG Cup Winners
Coppa Italia Dilettanti Quarters
2011–12 Eccellenza 30 17 5 8 46 30 56 2nd FVG Cup Quarters
2012–13 Eccellenza 32 12 9 11 50 41 45 5th FVG Cup Eighters
2013–14 Eccellenza 30 19 7 4 50 26 64 1st ↑ FVG Cup Quarters
2014–15 Serie D, group C 34 12 8 14 50 49 44 10th Serie D Cup Preliminary round
2015–16 Serie D, group C 38 8 15 15 44 62 34 18th ↓ Serie D Cup 1st round
2016–17 Eccellenza 30 14 8 8 49 38 50 4th FVG Cup Quarters
2017–18 Eccellenza 30 10 5 15 34 41 35 12th FVG Cup 1st round
2018–19 Eccellenza 30 8 4 18 28 49 28 14th FVG Cup Quarters
2019–20 Eccellenza 22[3] 9 7 6 39 28 34 7th FVG Cup Quarters
2020–21 Eccellenza FVG Cup Interrupted[3]
Source: Messaggero Veneto – Giornale del Friuli

KeyEdit

1st 2nd
Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated
  • Top regional leagues in Friuli-Venezia Giulia (FVG) :
    • 1959–1969 Prima Categoria (2 groups)
    • 1969–1991 Promozione (1 group)
    • 1991–today Eccellenza (1 group)
  • Serie D name changes :
    • 1959–1981 Serie D (more groups)
    • 1981–1992 Interregionale (more groups)
    • 1992–2000 Campionato Nazionale Dilettanti (CND) (more groups)
    • 2000-today Serie D (more groups)

HonoursEdit

Winners: 1974–75, 1984–85, 1988–89, 2013–14
  • Promozione Friuli-Venezia Giulia (2nd regional level)
Winners: 1973–74, 2002–03, 2007–08
  • Coppa Italia Dilettanti Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Winners: 2010–11

Colors and badgeEdit

The team's colors are red and black.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ il FRIULI magazine - Calcio dilettanti, la storia dei nostri club. Page 7. Year 2015. Website
  2. ^ Waives promotion to Serie D.
  3. ^ a b Tournament interrupted in March 2020 due to the Covid-19 emergency.

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