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Calcio Portogruaro-Summaga

Full name Calcio Portogruaro Summaga Srl
Founded 1990
Ground Stadio Pier Giovanni Mecchia,
Portogruaro, Italy
Ground Capacity 4,021[1]
Chairman Antonio Tarla
Manager Gianfranco Borgato
League Promozione
2011–12 Lega Pro Prima Divisione B, 10th
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

Calcio Portogruaro Summaga[2] (usually referred to as Portogruaro or Portosummaga) is an Italian association football club, based in Portogruaro, Veneto. Currently it plays in Promozione.



The club was founded in 1990 as a result of the merger of then-Promozione clubs Associazione Calcio Portogruaro (founded in 1919 in the city of Portogruaro) and Associazione Calcio Summaga (from Summaga, a frazione of Portogruaro itself).

From 2007 to today

In the Serie C2 2007-08 regular season, Portosummaga finished third in Girone B, and qualified for the promotional playoffs. The team defeated fourth-placed SPAL in the semi-finals, due to the fact it was the higher classified team after the pair ended in 4–4 aggregate tie. In the finals, it defeated second-placed Bassano Virtus 5–3 on aggregate to win promotion to, the now called, Lega Pro Prima Divisione for the 2008–09 season.

On 9 May 2010, under the tenure of former Serie A defender Alessandro Calori, the club defeated Verona on the final matchday to gain promotion to the Serie B, and they will therefore mark their first appearance in the Italian second tier in the 2010–11 season. However, the club was relegated back to Lega Pro Prima Divisione after only a single season in Serie B, finishing 21st.

Colors and badge

The team's colors are dark-red and black.

Current squad

As of 1 August 2013.

Out on loan

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

No. Position Player

Notable players


  • 2 Campionati di Promozione 1945/1946, 1992/1993
  • 2 Campionati di Eccellenza 1995/1996, 1997/1998
  • 1 Campionato di Serie D 2003/2004
  • 1 Campionato di Prima Divisione 2009/2010
  • 1 Coppa Disciplina 2009/2010


External links

  • Official site
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