F.C. Südtirol

Full name Fußball Club Südtirol s.r.l.
Founded 1974
Ground Stadio Druso,
Bolzano, Italy
Ground Capacity 3,500
Chairman Walter Baumgartner
Manager Giovanni Stroppa
League Lega Pro/A
2015–16 Lega Pro/A, 10th

F.C. Südtirol (usually referred to as simply Südtirol or less popularly Südtirol-Alto Adige) is an Italian association football club, based in the city of Bolzano, South Tyrol.[1]

Currently it plays in Lega Pro.


The club was founded in 1974 in Brixen as S.V. Milland.

The team was renamed to FC Südtirol-Alto Adige in 1995, where Alto Adige is the Italian name of the province and Südtirol is the German name of the province . In 2000 the company incorporated as Fußballclub Südtirol s.r.l., thus becoming FC Südtirol and relocated to Bolzano [2] (though it was legally based in Brixen until 2011[1]).

In the 2010-11 Lega Pro Prima Divisione season, Südtirol was relegated to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione after the play-off,[3] but 4 August 2011 it was later readmitted to Lega Pro Prima Divisione to fill vacancies.[4]

Colors and badge

The team's colors are white and red.

Current Squad

As of 10 June, 2016.

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

No. Position Player
Italy GK Achille Coser
Romania GK Richard Marcone (on loan from Trapani)
Italy DF Alessandro Bassoli (on loan from Chievo)
Italy DF Marco Baldan
Italy DF Francesco Di Nunzio
Italy DF Daniele Sarzi
Italy DF Gabriel Brugger
Italy DF Matteo Vito Lomolino
Italy DF Fabian Tait
Italy MF Lorenzo Vasco (on loan from Roma)
No. Position Player
Italy MF Davide Martinelli
Nigeria MF Kenneth Obodo
Italy MF Alessandro Furlan
Italy MF Hannes Fink
Brazil MF Douglas Packer
Italy MF Daniele Torregrossa (on loan from Novara)
Italy MF Michael Cia
Italy FW Giacomo Tulli
Italy FW Ettore Gliozzi
Italy FW Alberto Spagnoli
Italy FW Claudio Sparacello (on loan from Trapani)

Notable players

The following list includes players, which play or played more than 10 matches in higher leagues, like Serie A or Serie B.


  1. 1 2 "L'FC Südtirol è un club bolzanino". SportNews.bz. 17 February 2011. Retrieved 30 July 2011.
  2. "FC Südtirol – La Storia". fc-suedtirol.com. Retrieved 30 July 2011.
  3. "Il portiere perde la testa, retrocede il Sudtirol. Video". Il Pallonaro. 6 June 2011. Retrieved 30 July 2011.
  4. Roma, 15:32 – Sport – Repubblica.it

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