A.S.D. La Biellese

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Biellese
AS Biellese 1902 logo.png
Full nameAssociazione Sportiva Dilettantistica La Biellese
Founded1902; 119 years ago (1902)
GroundStadio Lamarmora – Vittorio Pozzo,
Biella, Italy
Capacity3,800
ChairmanGianfranco Damilano
ManagerAngelo Corinno Granai
LeagueEccellenza Piedmont and Aosta Valley/A
2010–11Promozione Piemonte group A, 1st (promoted)

Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica La Biellese is an Italian football club, based in Biella, Piedmont that currently plays in Eccellenza Piedmont and Aosta Valley.

History[edit]

From U.S. Biellese to A.S. Biellese[edit]

The historic club was founded in 1902 as U.S. Biellese.

In 1930 the club changes its name to A.S. Biellese and disbanded in the summer 1993.

A.S. Biellese 1902[edit]

In the summer 1993 the provincial club of F.C. Vigliano, just promoted in Eccellenza Piemonte, changes its name to F.C.V. Biellese-Vigliano which becomes Biellese F.C. in 1997, for regaining A.S. Biellese 1902 only in 2001.

A.S. Biellese 1902 finished 17th in Girone A of Serie C2 2006-07 and was forced to play in the relegation playoffs, where it lost 3–2 on aggregate to 14th-placed Lumezzane, and was relegated to Serie D.

In the Serie D 2007–08 season, the team played in Girone A where it placed a distant second to Alessandria. However, the team did participate in the Serie D playoffs but failed to qualify for the group stage of the tournament.

In the Serie D 2008–09 season, Biellese was placed first in Girone A and has won direct promotion to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione, but has decided to self-relegate to Eccellenza classifying in the season 2009–10, 11th.

In July 2010 the club was disbanded.

A.S.D. Junior Biellese Libertas[edit]

In summer 2010, two minor local clubs:

have decided to merge, for take the place of the old A.S. Biellese 1902, to form A.S.D. Junior Biellese Libertas.[1]

It in the season 2010–11, it has maintained the same league of the A.S.D. Libertas Biella Cossato and has played so always in Promozione Piemonte group A who has won and thus was promoted to Eccellenza Piedmont and Aosta Valley.[2]

Colors and badge[edit]

The team's colors are black and white.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 22 July 2011. Retrieved 2011-03-12.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ http://www.televideo.rai.it/televideo/pub/homeregione.jsp?p=204&s=2&r=Piemonte&idmenumain=0

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