Casertana F.C.

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Full nameCasertana Football Club S.r.l.
Nickname(s)Falchetti (The Little Falcons)
Rossoblù (The Red & Blue)
Magica (The Magicians)
Founded1908; 112 years ago (Robur Caserta)
1924; 96 years ago (Unione Sportiva Casertana)
1928; 92 years ago (Associazione Sportiva Caserta)
1993; 27 years ago (Casertana Football Club)
2005; 15 years ago (Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Rinascita Falchi Rossoblù)
GroundStadio Alberto Pinto,
OwnerGiuseppe D'Agostino
PresidentGiuseppe D'Agostino
ManagerVincenzo Maiuri
LeagueSerie D
2021–22Serie D Group H, 7th of 20
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Casertana Football Club is an Italian association football club based in Caserta, Campania. The club currently plays in Serie D.


The club was founded in 1908 as Robur Caserta and became known as Unione Sportiva Casertana from 1928 until 2005, when the team was cancelled by the federation. The club also had two stints in Serie B in 1970–71 and 1991–92.

The club was refounded in 2005 as A.S. Caserta Calcio and was later renamed A.S. Casertana Calcio. During the 2009–10 Serie D season, the side took back its traditional denomination.

Casertana made its return to professionalism at the end of the 2012–13 season, after finishing fourth in Serie D, thus reaching the promotion play-off only to be beaten by Virtus Verona in the final. However, the club was successively admitted into Lega Pro Seconda Divisione as a replacement for a number of teams that went bankrupt by the end of the season. The club ended the 2013–14 season in second place, thus qualifying to the 2014–15 Lega Pro division.

Colours and badge[edit]

The colours of the team are red and blue.


Current squad[edit]

As of 31 January 2022'.[1] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Italy ITA Davide Trapani
4 MF Italy ITA Francesco Chinappi
5 DF Italy ITA Vincenzo Di Somma
6 DF Italy ITA Pasquale Rainone
7 MF Italy ITA Raffaele Vacca
8 MF Brazil BRA Vicente
9 FW Italy ITA Francesco Felleca
10 FW Morocco MAR Mohamed Mansour
11 FW Italy ITA Vincenzo Liccardi
12 GK Italy ITA Giovanni Sarracino
16 FW Italy ITA Gianluca Sansone
17 DF Italy ITA Giammarco Roscini
18 MF The Gambia GAM Boubacarr Sambou
19 DF Italy ITA Niccolò Monti
No. Pos. Nation Player
20 FW Italy ITA Alessio Rossi (on loan from Pescara)
21 MF Italy ITA Andrea Feola
22 GK Italy ITA Nicola Bovenzi (on loan from Paganese)
23 FW Italy ITA Salvatore Cusumano (on loan from Catanzaro)
24 DF Italy ITA Mattia Tufano
27 FW Romania ROU Octavian Catalin Nicolau (on loan from Cosenza)
28 MF Italy ITA Raffaele Maresca (on loan from Cosenza)
30 FW Italy ITA Gabriel D'Ottavi
32 DF Italy ITA Paolo Capitano
33 MF Italy ITA Gabriele Carannante
72 MF Italy ITA Antonio Carnevale
94 MF Italy ITA Ciro Favetta
FW Italy ITA Alessandro Criscuolo (on loan from Paganese)

Club officials[edit]

Nearby clubs[edit]

Casertana shared a local rivalry with Piedimonte Matese-based clubs A.S.D. Tre Pini Matese, F.W.P. Matese (now both defunct), as well as Alife-based club A.S.D. Alliphae. They share a local rivalry with Tre Pini's successor club A.S.D. Football Club Matese.

Notable former managers[edit]




  1. ^ "I numeri di maglia della Casertana per la Tim Cup [Shirt numbers of Casertana] 2016–17". Retrieved 7 February 2016.
  2. ^ "Organigramma".
  3. ^ "Squadra".

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