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Serie D finale Play-off: Fc Francavilla - Bitonto 1-0
Serie D finale Play-off: Fc Francavilla - Bitonto 1-0

Serie D finale Play-off: Fc Francavilla - Bitonto 1-0 La Siritide - Giornale web della Basilicata Sito ufficiale: https://www.lasiritide.it ...



Serie D Playoff: la festa del FC Francavilla. Le interviste del dopo gara Francavilla Bitonto
Serie D Playoff: la festa del FC Francavilla. Le interviste del dopo gara Francavilla Bitonto

Serie D Playoff: la festa del FC Francavilla. Le interviste del dopo gara Francavilla Bitonto. Interviste di mariapaola vergallito e ...



Francavilla-Nocerina 2-1 | semifinale play off Serie D gir. H | 25 05 2022 | ForzaNocerina.it
Francavilla-Nocerina 2-1 | semifinale play off Serie D gir. H | 25 05 2022 | ForzaNocerina.it

Si ferma in semifinale il cammino ai play off della Nocerina, per almeno sessanta minuti domina sul campo del Francavilla, ...



Francavilla-NOCERINA: in diretta
Francavilla-NOCERINA: in diretta

"Andiamo in Rete" vi presenta la radiocronaca web della gara tra Bitonto e Nocerina, valevole per la semifinale dei play off del ...



Francavilla-NOCERINA: in diretta
Francavilla-NOCERINA: in diretta

"Andiamo in Rete" vi presenta la radiocronaca web della gara tra Bitonto e Nocerina, valevole per la semifinale dei play off del ...



Team, Place & City Details

Potenza Calcio

Potenza Calcio S.r.l., formerly A.S.D. Rossoblù Potenza F.C. or just Potenza F.C., is an Italian football club based in Potenza, Basilicata. It currently plays in the Serie C. Potenza Calcio was founded in June 2012 as F.C.D. Rossoblu Potenza, by a merger of two amateur teams Controsenso Potenza and Atella Monticchio.

Potenza S.C.

Potenza Sport Club S.r.l. was an Italian football club, based in Potenza, Basilicata.

A.S.D. Francavilla

A.S.D. Francavilla, commonly known as Francavilla, is an Italian football club based in Francavilla al Mare, Abruzzo.

Virtus Francavilla Calcio

Virtus Francavilla Calcio, commonly known as Virtus Francavilla, is an Italian football club based in Francavilla Fontana, Apulia. They currently play in Serie C, the third tier of Italian football.

Potenza (disambiguation)

Potenza may also refer to:

Potenza
Potenza

Potenza ; Neapolitan: Putenza, Potentino dialect: Putenz) is a city and comune in the Southern Italian region of Basilicata (former Lucania). Capital of the Province of Potenza and the Basilicata region, the city is the highest regional capital and one of the highest provincial capitals in Italy, overlooking the valley of the Basento river in the Apennine Mountains of Lucania, east of Salerno.

Potenza Picena
Potenza Picena

Potenza Picena is a comune in the Province of Macerata in the Italian region of Marche, about 30 kilometres (19 mi) southeast of Ancona and about 15 kilometres (9 mi) northeast of Macerata. Potentia was the Roman town situated in the lower Potenza valley, in the contemporary Italian region of Marche.

Potenza Centrale railway station
Potenza Centrale railway station

Potenza Centrale railway station , formerly known as Potenza Inferiore, is the main station serving the city and comune of Potenza, in the region of Basilicata, southern Italy. Opened in 1880, it forms part of the Battipaglia–Potenza–Metaponto railway and is also a junction of a branch line to Foggia.

Potenza (river)
Potenza (river)

The Potenza is a river in the province of Macerata in the Marche region of Italy. The source of the river is in the territory of Fiuminata.

Potenza Cathedral
Potenza Cathedral

The Cathedral of San Gerardo is the main church or duomo of the city of Potenza, capital of the province of the same name, and of the region of Basilicata, Italy.

Potenza metropolitan railway service
Potenza metropolitan railway service

The Potenza metropolitan railway service is a commuter rail system operated by Ferrovie Appulo Lucane. It serves the city of Potenza in the region of Basilicata, Italy.

Francavilla

Francavilla may refer to:

Francavilla Fontana
Francavilla Fontana

Francavilla Fontana is a town and comune (municipality) in the province of Brindisi and region of Apulia, in southern Italy. It is also called the town of the "Imperiali", after the Imperiali, a family of feudal lords who ruled the town from the end of 16th century until the 18th century.