Il tecnico granata commenta la vittoria contro Latina. #SestoUomo.
Bluhighlights #BiellaTreviglio Gli highlights della gara tra Pallacanestro Biella - Blu Basket Treviglio #WeAreOneTeam #BluBasketBccTreviglio.
Il film della gara contro la Benacquista Latina.
Bluhighlights #TreviglioLatina Gli highlights della gara tra Blu Basket Treviglio - Latina basket #WeAreOneTeam #BluBasketBccTreviglio.
Clubul Sportiv Municipal Slatina, commonly known as CSM Slatina, or simply Slatina , is a Romanian football club based in Slatina, Romania. The club was founded in 2009 as CSM Slatina and obtained two consecutive promotions from Liga IV to Liga II. In the summer of 2011 merged with FC Piatra Olt and moved from Slatina to Piatra Olt, changing its name in FC Olt Slatina.
Clubul Sportiv Municipal Slatina, commonly known as CSM Slatina, is a women's handball club from Slatina, Romania, that plays in the Liga Națională.
Latina Calcio 1932, commonly referred to as Latina, is an Italian football club based in Latina, Lazio.
Slatiňany is a town in the Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic. It has around 4,100 inhabitants.
Slatina may refer to:
Slatina is a town in the Slavonia region of Croatia. It is located in the Virovitica-Podravina County, at the contact of the Drava valley and the foothills of Papuk mountain, in the central part of the region of Podravina, 29 km southeast of Virovitica; elevation 127 metres (417 feet).
Slatina is the capital city of Olt County, Romania, on the river Olt. It is located in the south of Romania, on the eastern side of the river Olt, in the historical region of Muntenia.
Slatina nad Bebravou is a village and municipality in the Bánovce nad Bebravou District of the Trenčín Region of Slovakia. In 2018, archaeologists discovered relief-decorated shoulder boards made from bronze that were part of a breastplate of a Greek warrior at a Celtic sacrificial place near the village.
Slatina Air Base , located at Pristina International Airport, contained the second largest military underground hangar complex in the former Yugoslavia. After the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, the airfield was used by KFOR. Before the Yugoslav military withdrawal, Slatina was home to the 83rd Fighter Aviation Regiment and its 123rd and 124th squadrons.