Matera Calcio

Matera Calcio
Founded 2012
Ground Stadio XXI Settembre -
Franco Salerno,
Matera, Italy
Ground Capacity 8,500
Chairman Saverio Columella[1]
Manager Pasquale Padalino
League Lega Pro/C
2014–15 Lega Pro/C, 4th

Matera Calcio S.r.l. is an Italian association football club located in Matera, Basilicata. They currently play in the Lega Pro/C, the third tier of Italian football.


F.C. Matera

The history of Football Club Matera has covered 82 years of the football from the club based in Matera, Basilicata. It was a professional Italian football club, founded in 1930. Due to financial problems in the past, the club have previously folded twice.


After the bankruptcy of old Matera, Serie D club Irsinese Matera, based in Irsina, in the Province of Matera,[2] relocated to Matera to become a spiritual successor, despite actual properties was yet to be acquired.

In the 2012–13 season, the first season back as a new franchise, Matera finished 3rd in Serie D/H The following season, Matera won promotion to the new Lega Pro as Girone H champions.

Colors and badge

The club's traditional home kit is blue with a white diagonal strip whilst the away kit is white with a blue diagonal strip.


The club plays at the Stadio XXI Settembre - Franco Salerno, in Matera, which has a capacity of 8,500.

Current squad

As of 22 September 2015.

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 Michele Biscarini
Italy GK Marino Bifulco
Italy GK Danilo Russo

Italy DF Ciro De Franco
Italy DF Giovanni Di Lorenzo
Italy DF Gianmarco Ingrosso
Italy DF Antonio Meola
Italy DF Matteo Piccinni
Italy DF Gabriele Rolando (on loan from Sampdoria)
Italy DF Stefano Scognamillo
Italy DF Giovanni Tomi
Italy DF Andrea Zaffagnini
Italy DF Andrea Zanchi (on loan from Perugia)

No. Position Player
Italy MF Marco Armellino
Italy MF Stefano D'Agostino
Italy MF Santo D'Angelo
Italy MF Francesco De Rose
Italy MF Gaetano Iannini
Italy MF Francesco Pagliarini

Italy FW Diego Albadoro
Italy FW Mirko Carretta
Italy FW Antonio Gammone
Italy FW Antonio Letizia
Italy FW Saveriano Infantino
Italy FW Giacomo Casoli
Italy FW Giuliano Regolanti (on loan from Frosinone)


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