A brief glimpse into the past

CATANIA-AVELLINO: il ritorno degli ultras in Curva Nord
CATANIA-AVELLINO: il ritorno degli ultras in Curva Nord

http://www.tuttocalciocatania.com Torna a riempirsi la Curva Nord dello stadio "Angelo Massimino", in occasione di Catania-Avellino.



Catania-Avellino-2-2 - Le azioni salienti
Catania-Avellino-2-2 - Le azioni salienti

Le azioni salienti di Catania-Avellino finita 2-2. #avellinocalcio #usavellino #catania #legapro.



Catania-Avellino-2-2 - Le azioni salienti
Catania-Avellino-2-2 - Le azioni salienti

Le azioni salienti di Catania-Avellino finita 2-2. #avellinocalcio #usavellino #catania #legapro.



Catania-Avellino, la sintesi
Catania-Avellino, la sintesi

I biancoverdi portano a casa un punto importantissimo dopo i gol di Moro e Claiton. In rete per i lupi Plescia e Silvestri. I due palermitani salvano i biancoverdi.



Catania-Avellino, il pensiero di Silvestri
Catania-Avellino, il pensiero di Silvestri

Il difensore palermitano autore del pari: "L'abbraccio testimonia che siamo molto uniti. Il contratto? Non mi interessa, io darò sempre tutto per questa maglia"



Team, Place & City Details

Calcio Catania

Calcio Catania, commonly referred to as Catania, is an Italian football club founded in 1929 and based in Catania, Sicily. They currently compete in Serie C, the third tier of the Italian football league system, and host home games at the Stadio Angelo Massimino.

Catania football riot

On 2 February 2007, football violence occurred between football supporters and the police in Catania, Sicily, Italy. The clashes occurred during and after the Serie A match between Catania and Palermo football clubs, also known as the Sicilian derby.

Catania-Etna (Hill Climb)

The Catania-Etna is a car competition, more precisely a hillclimb, which takes place annually in province of Catania. It is valid for the Cronosprint Trophy.

A.S.D. Akragas 2018

Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Akragas 2018, commonly referred to as Akragas, is an Italian association football club based in Agrigento, Sicily. The club, in its first inception, was founded in 1929 and has played many years at Serie C level, and currently plays in the regional amateur Promozione league of Sicily.

Catania
Catania

Catania ) is the second largest city in Sicily, after Palermo, and among the ten largest cities in Italy. Located on Sicily’s east coast, it faces the Ionian Sea.

Catania–Fontanarossa Airport
Catania–Fontanarossa Airport

Catania–Fontanarossa Airport (IATA: CTA, ICAO: LICC), also known as Vincenzo Bellini Airport, is an international airport 2.3 NM (4.3 km; 2.6 mi) southwest of Catania, the second largest city on the Italian island of Sicily. It is named after the opera composer Vincenzo Bellini, who was born in Catania.

Catania Metro
Catania Metro

The Catania Metro is a rapid transit system serving the city of Catania, Sicily, in southern Italy. It is the southernmost metro system in Europe.

Catania Cathedral
Catania Cathedral

Catania Cathedral , dedicated to Saint Agatha, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Catania, Sicily, southern Italy. It was the seat of the Bishops of Catania until 1859, when the diocese was elevated to an archdiocese, and since then has been the seat of the Archbishops of Catania.

Catania Centrale railway station
Catania Centrale railway station

Catania Centrale is the main railway station of the Italian city of Catania, in Sicily. Along with Palermo Centrale, Messina Centrale and Syracuse it is one of the most important stations of its region.

Catania Jazz Festival
Catania Jazz Festival

The Catania Jazz Festival is a jazz festival in Catania, Sicily, Italy. An international festival, it has been held since 1983.

Catania and Mount Etna
Catania and Mount Etna

Catania and Mount Etna is a mid 19th century oil sketch by the British artist and poet Edward Lear. Done in oil on board, the work depicts Mount Etna and the surrounding Sicilian countryside near Catania.

Akragas (disambiguation)

Akragas may refer to:

Agrigento
Agrigento

Agrigento ; Sicilian: Girgenti [dʒɪɾˈdʒɛndɪ] or Giurgenti [dʒʊɾˈdʒɛndɪ]; Ancient Greek: Ἀκράγας, romanized: Akragas; Latin: Agrigentum or Acragas; Arabic: Kirkent or Jirjent) is a city on the southern coast of Sicily, Italy and capital of the province of Agrigento.