Macerata 19 Settembre 2020.
Amichevole Matelica-Ascoli Macerata 19 Settembre 2020.
Ascoli Calcio, palle inattive e tattica al Picchio Village. Domani amichevole col Matelica #serieb @ascolicalciofc
Ascoli Calcio, a porte chiuse l'amichevole con il Matelica allo stadio ''Helvia Recina'' #serieb #seriec @ascolicalciofc
Carpi Football Club 1909 is an Italian professional football club based in Carpi in the province of Modena. The club was founded in 1909 and re-founded in 2000.Carpi's colours are white and red, hence the nickname "Biancorossi".
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Carpi may refer to :
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