A brief glimpse into the past

Serie C | Feralpi Salò 1-0 Calcio Lecco
Serie C | Feralpi Salò 1-0 Calcio Lecco

Le foto della partita: https://www.leccochannelnews.it/2022/01/19/lecco-pro-vercelli-21-22-foto-tabellino/ Feralpi Salò 1-0 Calcio ...



“LCN Stadio” – FeralpiSalò Lecco - 23 Gennaio 2022
“LCN Stadio” – FeralpiSalò Lecco - 23 Gennaio 2022

In contemporanea con gli incontri dei Blucelesti, la consolidata trasmissione targata Lecco Channel e LCN Sport proporrà ...



Today  🔴 FeralpiSalo V Lecco  | ITALY Serie C - Group A
Today 🔴 FeralpiSalo V Lecco | ITALY Serie C - Group A

Watch Here ▶️ [http://all.on-stream.site/] FeralpiSalo is going head to head with Lecco on Sunday 01/23/2022 at 13:30 UTC.



FeralpiSalò, ripartenza in casa contro il Lecco di De Paola

FeralpiSalò, ripartenza in casa contro il Lecco di De Paola



Lecco vs fc Pro Vercelli 1892   highlights 19 01 2022
Lecco vs fc Pro Vercelli 1892 highlights 19 01 2022

Serie C - Group A Lecco vs fc Pro Vercelli 1892 highlights 19 01 2022.



Conferenza stampa di Mister De Paola e Lino Marzorati dopo Lecco - Pro Vercelli 0-0
Conferenza stampa di Mister De Paola e Lino Marzorati dopo Lecco - Pro Vercelli 0-0

Le parole del mister e del capitano al termine della sfida casalinga contro la Pro Vercelli.



Team, Place & City Details

Calcio Lecco 1912

Calcio Lecco 1912, commonly referred to as Lecco, is an Italian football club based in Lecco, Lombardy. It currently plays in Serie D, having last been in Serie A in 1967.

LECOM Park

LECOM Park is a baseball field located in Bradenton, Florida. It is the spring training home of the Pittsburgh Pirates and is named after 15-year naming rights deal was signed with the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, which has its main campus in Erie, Pennsylvania and also a campus in Bradenton.

Ponticola kessleri
Ponticola kessleri

Ponticola kessleri, the bighead goby or Kessler's goby, is a species of goby native to Eurasia. The bighead goby is a Ponto-Caspian relict species.

Syrman goby
Syrman goby

The Syrman goby is a species of goby native to marine, brackish and probably fresh waters of the Black Sea, the Sea of Azov and the Caspian Sea basins. They inhabit inshore waters with substrates composed of shell fragments, sand, mud or muddy sand.

Ponticola
Ponticola

Ponticola is a genus of gobies native mostly to fresh waters of the Black Sea - Caspian Sea region in Eurasia. Some species occur in the brackish-water Black and Caspian seas themselves.

Pinchuk's goby
Pinchuk's goby

Pinchuk's goby is a species of goby native to the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.

Flatsnout goby
Flatsnout goby

The flatsnout goby is a species of goby endemic to the Black Sea where it is mostly known from inshore waters amongst rocks and boulders. It is occasionally found offshore over areas with gravel substrates.

Ratan goby
Ratan goby

The ratan goby is a species of goby native to brackish and marine waters of the Black Sea, the Sea of Azov and the Caspian Sea. In the Caspian Sea it is presented by subspecies Ponticola ratan goebeli.

Ponticola cyrius
Ponticola cyrius

Ponticola cyrius, the Kura goby, is a species of gobiid fish endemic to the Kura River in the southern Caucasus countries of Georgia, Turkey, Iran and Azerbaijan. It reaches a length of 13 centimetres SL. It lives in the upper parts of the Kura River, Massuleh River and the Pasikhan River and in the Anzali Mordab (Iran).

Ponticola gorlap
Ponticola gorlap

Ponticola gorlap, or the Caspian bighead goby, is a species of goby, a benthic fish native to the Caspian Sea basin. It is widespread in lower parts of many rivers in Iran, and also found in Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan.

Ponticola rizensis

Ponticola rizensis is a species of gobiid fish endemic to Turkey where it is known only from the İyidere stream drainage, close to the cities of Rize and Trabzon. The species was described as new to science in 2008.

Ponticola bathybius
Ponticola bathybius

Ponticola bathybius is a species of goby endemic to the Caspian Sea, where it occurs in depths down to 200 metres . It is strictly confined to the brackish-water basin and does not enter fresh waters.

Lecco
Lecco

Lecco ; Lecchese: Lècch [ˈlɛk]) is a city of 48,131 inhabitants in Lombardy, northern Italy, 50 kilometres (31 mi) north of Milan, the capital of the province of Lecco. It lies at the end of the south-eastern branch of Lake Como (the branch named Lake of Lecco / Lago di Lecco).