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Società Sportiva Dilettantistica Lucchese 1905, or simply Lucchese, is an Italian football club, based in Lucca, Tuscany that plays in Serie D, the fourth tier of Italian football. The club was first founded in 1905, having last been in Serie A in 1952.
Associazione Sportiva Livorno Calcio, commonly referred to as Livorno, is an Italian football club based in Livorno, Tuscany. The club was formed in 1915 and currently plays in Serie B. The team's colours are dark red or maroon .
Lucchese may refer to:
The Lucchese crime family is one of the "Five Families" that dominate organized crime activities in New York City, United States, within the nationwide criminal phenomenon known as the American Mafia. The family originated in the early 1920s with Gaetano Reina serving as boss up until his murder in 1930.
The Lucchese crime family's New Jersey faction, also known as The Jersey Crew, is a powerful faction within the Lucchese crime family. The faction operates throughout the Northern New Jersey area.
The Lucchese School, also known as the School of Lucca and as the Pisan-Lucchese School, was a school of painting and sculpture that flourished in the 11th and 12th centuries in Pisa and Lucca in Tuscany with affinities to painters in Volterra. The art is mostly anonymous.
The Lucchese Boot Company () is an American retailer of cowboy boots.
Lecchese is a dialect of Western Lombard language spoken in the city and suburbs of Lecco .
Lucchesiite is a new member of tourmaline-group of minerals. Lucchesiite has the formula CaFe3Al6(BO3)3(OH)3O. It is the calcium and oxygen-analogue of schorl.