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Team GP Pts W D L GF GA +/- 1 US Lecce 38 71 19 14 5 59 31 28 2 Cremonese 38 69 20 9 9 57 39 18 3 AC Pisa 38 67 18 13 7 48 35 13 4 Monza 38 67 19 10 9 60 38 22 5 Brescia Calcio 38 66 17 15 6 55 35 20 6 Ascoli 38 65 19 8 11 52 42 10 7 Benevento Calcio 38 63 18 9 11 62 39 23 8 Perugia Calcio 38 58 14 16 8 40 32 8 9 Frosinone 38 58 15 13 10 58 45 13 10 Ternana Calcio 38 54 15 9 lecce fc 58 61 -3 11 Cittadella 38 52 13 13 12 38 36 2 12 Parma Calcio 38 49 11 16 11 48 43 5 13 Calcio Como 38 47 11 14 13 49 54 -5 14 Reggina 38 46 13 9 16 lecce fc 49 -18 15 SPAL 1907 38 42 9 15 14 46 54 -8 lecce fc Cosenza 38 35 8 11 19 36 59 -23 17 Vicenza 38 34 9 7 22 38 59 -21 18 Alessandria 38 34 8 10 20 37 59 -22 19 FC Crotone 38 26 4 14 20 41 61 -20 20 Pordenone 38 18 3 9 26 29 71 -42 Stats • • All statistics • Today's match predictions • Ranking TFI (Team form index) • Teams with highest profits • Streaks stats • Best teams Under/Over 1.5 • Best teams Under/Over 2.5 • Best teams Under/Over 3.5 • Leagues with over 2.5 goals • Leagues with under 2.5 goals • Leagues with over 3.5 goals • Leagues with under lecce fc goals • Best teams Both teams to score • Best teams for asian handicap • Best teams corners • Teams series without defeit • Teams series without win • Best teams HT/FT Half-time/Full-time • Tables • • Popular leagues • Table Premier League • Table La Liga • Table 1.

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Last game played with Pordenone Lecce fc, which ended with result: Win Lecce 1:0.In this season games all leagues the most goals scored players: Massimo Coda 22 goals, Gabriel Strefezza 12 goals, Francesco Di Mariano 5 goals, Zan Majer 3 goals, Marcin Listkowski 3 goals, Arturo Calabresi 2 goals, Mario Gargiulo 2 goals, Pablo Rodriguez 2 lecce fc, Alessandro Tuia 2 goals, Alexis Lecce fc 1 goals. They will have to be well guarded by defense.

In 41 matches scored 63 goals, an average of 1.54 goals per game. 20 games ended up winning, 15 draws. 6 defeits. In 43.90% matches the total goals in the match was over 2.5 goals (Over 2.5). In 73.17% matches the sum of the goals was greater than 1.5 Goals (Over 1.5). In 16 matches Lecce has not lost the goal. In 22 games, both teams have scored goal. Average goals: 1.54 per game • Table • General • Top scorers • Top cards • Table Extra • Home games (home) • Away games (away) • Wide table • Table of results for the first half • Wide table of results for the first half • Odds • Under / Over • Under / Over 1st Half • Handicaps • Asian handicaps • Asian handicaps HT • HT / Lecce fc • Margin goals • Forms • Table last 6 matches • Table last 10 matches • Full season • Series winners / losers • Goals • Who scored first?

• Average goals • Margin goals • Scored / conceded goals • Minutes goals • The most common result • Match • Match statistics • Corners • Corners wide • Offsides • Shots • Possession Streaks for for all matches played in Serie B played 7 matches in a row without draw.

in the last 5 matches sum of goals in first half was Under 1.5 Streaks for for matches played only at home in Serie B is undefeated from 6 matches in a row. played 4 matches in a row without draw. won all recent 4 matches in a row. in the last 4 matches in a row both teams no to scored in match no BBTS in the last 5 matches sum of goals was Under 2.5 in the last 4 matches sum of goals in first half was Under 1.5 in the last 2 matches in a row sum of corners was under 10.5 Streaks for for matches played only away in Serie Bfrom recent 2 matches in a row can't win a match.

played 3 matches in a row without draw. lost all recent 2 matches in a row. in the last 2 matches sum of goals in first half was Under 1.5 • Premier League • La Liga • 1. Bundesliga • Serie A • Ligue 1 • Premier League • Major League Soccer • Eredivisie • Liga ZON Sagres • Premier Division • Super Lig • Lecce fc Inicial • Serie A • Super League • Ekstraklasa • Championship • • European Championship • Copa America • UEFA Supercup • World cup • Champions League • CONCACAF Gold Cup • Confederations Cup • World club championship • A • Albania (4) • Algeria (2) • Andorra (4) • Angola (1) • Antigua and Barbuda (1) • Italy (7) • Ivory Coast (1) • J • Jamaica (1) • Japan (8) • Jordan (1) • K • Kazakhstan (5) • Kenya lecce fc • Kosovo (1) • Kuwait (1) • L • Latvia (4) • Lebanon (1) • Lesotho (1) • Liberia (1) • Libya (1) • Liechtenstein (1) • Lithuania (4) • Luxembourg (4) • M • Madagascar (1) • Malawi (1) • Lecce fc (2) • Mali (1) • Malta (3) • Martinique (1) • Mauritius (1) • Mexico (4) • Moldova (3) • Montenegro (4) • Morocco (2) • Mozambique (1) • N • N.

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Football club Lecce Full name Unione Sportiva Lecce S.p.A. Nickname(s) I Giallorossi (The Yellow and Reds) I Salentini (The Salentians) I Lupi (The Wolves) I Paprica (The Paprikans) Founded 17 March 1908 (forerunner) 16 September 1927 1934 (re-founded) Ground Stadio Via del Mare, Lecce, Apulia, Italy Capacity 31,533 [1] President Saverio Sticchi Damiani Head coach Marco Baroni League Serie B 2021–22 Serie B, 1st of 20 (promoted) Website Club website Third colours Current season Unione Sportiva Lecce, commonly referred to as Lecce ( Italian pronunciation: [ˈlettʃe]), is an Italian football club based in Lecce, Apulia.

The club will play in Serie A in the 2022–23 season, the top level of the Italian football pyramid, having been promoted from Serie B. Lecce plays its home games at Stadio Via del Mare, which has a capacity of 31,533 spectators. The club was formed in the 1927 upon an idea of 1908 and has spent a large part of their recent history bouncing between Italy's second division and Serie A, where the team debuted in the 1985–86 season. Its best Serie A finish is the ninth place obtained in the 1988–89 season.

The club is 27th in the Serie A all-time table and is the second club from Apulia as regards appearances in the first two tiers of Italian football, with 15 Serie A seasons and 25 Serie B seasons. Lecce won a Serie B title lecce fc 2022 and 2010, a Coppa Italia Serie C in 1975 and an Anglo-Italian Cup Semiprofessionals in 1976.

Lecce players and fans are nicknamed salentini or simply giallorossi or lupi. Contents • 1 History • 1.1 League: Early years 1930s, 40s and 50s • 1.2 Seventeen seasons of Serie C: 1960s, 70s and 80s • 1.3 Promotion to Serie A: mid-1980s and 90s • 1.4 Three years in Serie A (2003–2006) • 1.5 Two-year stint in Serie B and promotion • 1.6 Between Serie A and Serie B • 1.7 Third division years • 1.8 Back to the top • 2 Colours, badge, nicknames, and symbols • 3 Stadium • 4 Club rivalries • 5 Players • 5.1 Current squad • 5.2 Out on loan • 6 Notable players • 7 Managerial history • 8 Manager records • 9 Honours • 9.1 Youth Team • 10 National championships • 11 Player records • 11.1 World Cup players • 11.2 UEFA European Championship players • 11.3 Copa América players • 12 Stadium information • 13 In fiction • 14 References • 15 External links History [ edit ] The performance of Lecce in the Italian football league structure since the first season of a unified Serie A (1929/30).

Lecce was founded as Sporting Club Lecce on 15 March 1908, initially including football, track-and-field and cycling sports. The first club president was Francesco Marangi. The first colours worn by Lecce during this time were black and white stripes, known in Italy as bianconeri. In its formative years, Lecce played in mostly regional leagues and competitions. During the 1923–24 season, the club dissolved before returning on 16 September 1927 as Unione Sportiva Lecce.

The club was still wearing black lecce fc white stripes (similar to Juventus' kit) at this point, and the first president under the name Unione Sportiva Lecce was Luigi López y Rojo. League: Early years 1930s, 40s and 50s [ edit ] Taranto Sport played Lecce in a game for promotion to Serie B from the local Southern Italian league; Lecce were victorious winning 3–2 after extra time. They were entered into Serie B for the 1929–30 season.

The first game match played in the league was against Novara on 6 October 1929, a 2–1 victory. Lecce would eventually finish 13th. However, for the second time in the club's history, it ceased activity at the end of the 1931–32 season.

Four years later, Lecce returned and competed Serie C, finishing 11th in their return season. Around this lecce fc, the club was in turmoil: the following season they withdrew from Serie C after four days, and then during the 1938–39 season, they finished in third place but were moved down to 12th after it was revealed the club had violated the league's federal regulations.

The club finished in first place during the 1943–44 season, but club football was then suspended due to World War II.

Nonetheless, when club lecce fc resumed, Lecce finished as champions of Serie C, gaining promotion back into Serie B. Two decent seasons followed (finishing fourth and third in respective seasons), with star player Silvestri scoring 20 goals in one season, before the club was relegated. Lecce stayed down in Serie C for six seasons during this period, though this was not a particularly successful time for the club. Striker Anselmo Bislenghi scored 83 goals for the club during this period, thus becoming a hero.

The club slipped even lower to Serie IV, where they spent three years. Seventeen seasons of Serie C: 1960s, 70s and 80s [ edit ] From 1959 to 1975, Lecce played 17 seasons in Serie C. They came extremely close to promotion several lecce fc during that period, finishing in second place three seasons in a row (1971–72, 1972–73, 1973–74) before gaining promotion in the 1975–76 season. The same year as their promotion, Lecce tasted cup success, winning the Coppa Italia Serie C. In 1976, Lecce took part in the Anglo-Italian Cup, notching up a 4–0 victory against Scarborough.

[2] In 1980, a scandal occurred which rocked Italian football, including Lecce under president Franco Jurlano. However, Jurlano was able to demonstrate his innocence and the scandal only lead to disqualification of player Claudius Merlo. Later, the club was struck by a tragedy in 1983: players Michele Lo Russo and Ciro Pezzella died in an automotive accident.

To this day, Lo Russo remains the club record holder for most number of appearances, with 415. Promotion to Serie A: mid-1980s and 90s [ edit ] Under the management of Eugenio Fascetti, Lecce would achieve promotion to Serie A for the first time in 1985. They finished bottom and were relegated after only one season, but defeated Roma 3–2 away in the penultimate game to deal a fatal blow to Roma's title hopes.

Losing a promotion play-off 2–1 to Cesena the following season, they would return to Serie A in 1988. Under Carlo Mazzone, Lecce finished a respectable ninth place in 1989. Stars of the side included striker Pedro Pasculli and midfielders Antonio Conte and Paolo Benedetti. They lasted three seasons before relegation, and returned two years later. The 1993–94 season saw Lecce finish in last place with a pitiful 11 points, the lowest ever of any Serie A team, and a second relegation came the following year.

Giampiero Ventura saw Lecce achieve two successive promotions from Serie C to Serie A before leaving for Cagliari. Once more, it proved a struggle in Serie A despite the best efforts of striker Francesco Palmieri and a famous away win against Milan on 19 October 1997.

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In the summer of 1998, Pantaleo Corvino was appointed new sports director, gaining a reputation for scouting new talents in the years to come. The team was good enough to return to Serie A in 1999 and begin another three-year stint in the top-flight, with yet another return to Serie A in 2003.

Three years in Serie A (2003–2006) [ edit ] Lecce- Lazio 5–3, Stadio Via del Mare, 1 May 2005 In 2004, under Delio Rossi, who had been managing the club since 2002, Lecce achieved an lecce fc result, reaching a high-point of tenth despite a poor first half of the season.

Famous performances include two sensational victories in a row, first against Italian giants Juventus 3–4 in Turin (the first ever win at the Stadio Delle Alpi for Lecce) and then against Internazionale 2–1 at the Stadio Via del Mare. In 2004–05, coach Zdeněk Zeman oversaw a highly attack-minded team that scored plenty of goals. Lecce ended the year again finishing tenth, putting in the spotlight talents like Valeri Bojinov and Mirko Vučinić.

The team had the second-best attack with 66 goals (Juventus came first with 67) and the worst defence, with 73 goals conceded. This is a record, as for the first time the team with the worst defence managed to survive in the history of Serie A.

The 2005–06 season was a continual struggle for Lecce. The club changed its manager two times ( Silvio Baldini for Angelo Adamo Gregucci and in January 2006 youth team coach Roberto Rizzo, supported by goalkeeper coach Franco Paleari, for Baldini).

The numerous managerial moves could not turn Lecce's fortune as they were relegated with a few games to spare and ended the season in 19th place. In June 2006, Giovanni Semeraro returned at the helm of the club after nine months. The club re-appointed Zdeněk Zeman as manager, just one year after he left the club. Lecce was unable to avoid relegation from Serie A, despite some initial hope due to the Serie A match-fixing scandal. Two-year stint in Serie B and promotion [ edit ] The club had a mixed start to the 2006–07 season in Serie B, winning three home matches (including a win against early league leaders Genoa), though they suffered poor away form.

After a large drop in form, recording 10 losses in 18 matches, Zeman was sacked as manager and replaced by Giuseppe Papadopulo. On 10 March 2007, Lecce clinched a historical victory over Frosinone, beaten 5–0 at Stadio Via del Mare.

Having gained 36 points in the second half of the season, Lecce ended the season in the middle of the table, in ninth place. In 2007, Lecce gained more points than any other team in Serie B. The 2007–08 season saw Lecce fight for a place in Serie A for the next season. Despite earning 83 points (12 more than sixth-placed Pisa) and boasting the best defence in the tournament, the giallorossi were forced to face play-offs for promotion in the top flight.

In the semi-final, they beat Pisa in both legs (1–0 away and 2–1 at home) to secure a place in the final against AlbinoLeffe. Then they won the first leg 1–0 away, before securing a 1–1 draw in the second leg at the Studio Via del Mare to gain promotion. Between Serie A and Serie B [ edit ] Fans celebrating the club's eighth promotion to Serie A in May 2010 After persistent rumours, Papadopulo quit due to a difference of opinion with the general manager of the club and was replaced by Mario Beretta, who had a quite satisfactory start in the 2008–09 Serie A season.

He remained in charge for twenty-seven games, but, due to four defeats in the last five matches, with the team one point below the survival zone, he was sacked and Luigi De Canio was appointed new manager.

Seven points earned in ten matches were not enough to secure Lecce a spot in the next Serie A season. Relegation was official with one match to spare, after a 1–1 home draw against Fiorentina.

Lecce had a mixed start in the 2009–10 Serie B campaign, but clinched first place in November 2009 and kept it for the rest of the season.

In May, the team was on lecce fc verge of promotion, but wasted opportunities in their last two matches meant they had to wait until the last match to celebrate their eighth elevation to the top flight in the last 25 years.

A goalless home draw with Sassuolo proved enough to clinch the Serie Lecce fc title with 75 points and win the Coppa Ali della Vittoria. Lecce ended a satisfactory 2010–11 Serie A season successfully avoiding relegation with one match to spare after beating arch-rival and already relegated Bari 2–0 away on 15 May 2011.

In the last few matches, the team managed to win a tough battle against other underdogs and some glorious teams such as Sampdoria that ended the season in despair. Manager Luigi De Canio left the team in June. In the 2011–12 Serie A season, Lecce fc was relegated to Serie B. The start of the season was bad and new manager Eusebio Di Francesco was sacked in December, after 9 losses in 13 matches.

Serse Cosmi was appointed new manager. Lecce refused to crumble as Cosmi's arrival instilled battling qualities into the relegation strugglers, who managed to gain a lecce fc number of points lecce fc the following months, but eventually failed to avoid relegation, due to four losses in the last five matches.

Lecce managed to struggle until the final game. Lecce fc division years [ edit ] On 10 August 2012, Lecce was provisionally relegated by the Disciplinary Commission set up for the Scommessopoli scandal investigations 2012–13 Lega Pro Prima Divisione because of their involvement.

Furthermore, the former president of Lecce, Semeraro, was suspended from all football activities for five years. [3] On 22 August 2012, Lecce's relegation was confirmed by the Federal Court of Justice. [4] In the first season back into the third tier, Lecce ended in second place behind outsiders Trapani and was surprisingly defeated in the promotion playoffs finals by another outsider club, Carpi.

The following season ended in similar fashion, with Lecce failing to win the league once again and then losing the playoffs finals, this time to Frosinone, despite a number of high-level signings such as former Palermo star, and well-known Lecce supporter, Fabrizio Miccoli. In 2014–15 Lecce ended the season in sixth place and did not enter the playoffs.

Following the departure of the Tesoro family, the club was taken over by a consortium of entrepreneurs led by Saverio Sticchi Damiani.

The club ended the 2015–16 season in third place, two points behind the second-placed team, and qualified for the playoffs round. After defeating Bassano 3–0 at home, in the semi-finals Lecce lost to Foggia in both the home and the away match. In the following season, Lecce finished in second place. The elimination came in the play-off quarterfinals against Alessandria on penalties after two draws in two matches.

Back to the top lecce fc edit ] On 17 September 2017, Fabio Liverani was named new coach of Lecce, with whom he achieved two direct promotions from Serie C to Serie A, thus bringing the Salento club back to the Italian top-tier league after seven years.

[5] [6] Lecce then fought against Genoa for survival and made it to the last day of the 2019–20 season before being relegated with a home loss to Parma. [7] Colours, badge, nicknames, and symbols [ edit ] The team plays in red and yellow stripes.

Lecce players and fans are referred to as salentini or giallorossi. The official anthem of Lecce is Giallorossi per sempre composed by Gioy Rielli. The symbol of Lecce is a female wolf under a holm oak tree which is typical to Apulia and is also the symbol of the city of Lecce. [8] Stadium [ edit ] Lecce's home games are played in the 31,533-seater [1] Stadio Via del Mare. Club rivalries [ edit ] The main rivalry is with the other most successful football team from Apulia, S.S.C. Bari. The match against them is called derby di Puglia.

[9] The first derby di Puglia was played on 8 December 1929 in Serie B in Lecce, with the home team winning 1–0. [10] After that occasion, the derby di Puglia was played many times in Serie C and Coppa Italia, and especially in Serie A.

The first derby played in Serie A was played on 27 October 1985 in Bari, and was won by the home team. [10] The last one was also played in Bari on 15 May 2011 and saw Lecce prevailing by 2-0 and securing their stay in Serie A [11] (however that match was lecce fc object of an investigation for match-fixing). [12] [13] Among the most important wins in the derby for Lecce there is a Serie B match ended 4–0 in Bari on 22 December 2007. On the other end, Lecce has a famous and long-standing friendship with the fans of Palermo.

[9] Players [ edit ] Current squad [ edit ] See also: 2021–22 U.S. Lecce season As of 4 March 2022. [14] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Pos. Nation Player 1 GK ITA Marco Bleve 5 DF ITA Fabio Lucioni ( captain) 6 DF CRO Lorenco Šimić 7 FW ITA Antonino Ragusa 8 MF ITA Mario Gargiulo 9 FW ITA Massimo Coda 10 FW ITA Francesco Di Mariano 13 DF ITA Alessandro Tuia 14 MF ISL Þórir Jóhann Helgason 17 DF FRA Valentin Gendrey 18 DF ROU David Stefan 21 GK BRA Gabriel 22 GK ITA Alessandro Plizzari ( on loan from Milan) No.

Pos. Nation Player 23 MF SWE John Björkengren 24 MF ITA Paolo Faragò ( on loan from Cagliari) 25 DF ITA Antonino Gallo 27 MF BRA Gabriel Strefezza 29 MF FRA Alexis Blin 30 DF ITA Antonio Barreca ( on loan from Monaco) 33 DF ITA Arturo Calabresi 37 MF SVN Žan Majer 42 MF Lecce fc Morten Hjulmand 44 DF ALB Kastriot Dermaku 90 FW ESP Raúl Asencio 99 FW ESP Pablo Rodríguez Out on loan [ edit ] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.

Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Pos. Nation Player — DF ITA Silvio Colella (at Molfetta) — DF ITA Ilario Monterisi (at Fidelis Andria) — DF ITA Stefano Pani (at Seregno) — DF ITA Vito Mattia Radicchio (at Bitonto) — DF COL Brayan Vera (at América de Cali) No. Pos. Nation Player — MF ITA Gianmarco Mancarella (at Nardò) — MF ITA Sergio Maselli (at Foggia) — MF ITA Roberto Pierno (at Virtus Francavilla) — FW ITA Mattia Felici (at Palermo) Notable players [ edit ] Main category: U.S.

Lecce players • Antonio Conte – Scudetto-winning manager of Juventus and English Premier League-winning manager of Chelsea as well as former Juventus and Italy national team player; product of Lecce's youth system and Lecce native best known for his 13-year career playing for the bianconeri side • Graziano Pellè – Italy international, product of Lecce's youth system and San Cesario di Lecce native, he is from Monteroni di Lecce.

He made his Serie A debut with Lecce in 2004 • Javier Chevantón – Uruguay international, all-time top-scorer for Lecce • Juan Cuadrado – Colombia international • Guillermo Giacomazzi – Uruguay international • Fabrizio Miccoli – former Italy international and childhood supporter of the club. He was born in Nardò and is from San Donato di Lecce, a town close to Lecce • Luis Muriel – Colombia international • Massimo Oddo – part of the squad lecce fc won the 2006 FIFA World Cup, spent a season on loan at Lecce towards the end of his career • Dimitris Papadopoulos – Greece international and member of the UEFA Euro 2004-winning squad • Pedro Pablo Pasculli – Argentina international, 1986 FIFA World Cup Winner • Nenad Tomović – Serbia international • Mirko Vučinić – Montenegro international, began his career in Serie Lecce fc with Lecce • Gheorghe Popescu – Romania international • Sebastjan Cimirotič – Slovenia international Managerial history [ edit ] Lecce have had many managers and trainers throughout the history of a club, in some seasons more than one manager was in charge.

Here is a chronological list of them from 1927 onwards. [15] • Luigi Ferrero– 1927–28 • Ferenc Plemich– 1928–30 • Pietro Piselli– 1930–31 • Ferenc Molnár– 1931 • Calò– 1934–35 • Ferenc Plemich– 1936–37 • Harpad Hajos– 1937–38 • Giobatta Rebuffo– 1938–39 • Alferio Cubi– 1939–41 • Ferenc Plemich– 1941–42 • Giovanni Degni– 1942–44 • Luigi Indrizzi– 1944–45 • Ferenc Hirzer– 1945 • Ferenc Plemich– 1945–46 • Giovanni Brezzi– 1946–47 • Raffaele Anguilla– 1947 lecce fc Ercole Dossena– 1947–48 • Raffaele Costantino– 1948 • Mario Magnozzi– 1948 • Ferenc Plemich– 1948–49 • Raffaele Costantino– 1949 • Cesare Migliorini– 1949–50 • Italo Paterno– 1950 • Giovanni Brezzi– 1950–51 • Virgilio Levratto– 1951–52 • Pietro Magni – 1952–53 • Giovanni Degni– 1953 • Gino Vianello– 1953–54 • Raffaele Costantino– 1954–55 • Euro Riparbelli– 1955 • Carmelo Russo– 1955–56 • Cesare Gallea– 1956 • Ambrogio Alfonso– 1956–58 • Ugo Starace– 1958 • Gino Vianello– 1958–59 • Ambrogio Alfonso– 1959–60 • Dino Bovoli– 1960–62 • Ulisse Giunchi– 1962 • Piero Andreoli– 1962–64 • Ambrogio Alfonso– 1964–65 • Gino Vianello– 1965–66 • Luigi Soffrido– 1966 • Ambrogio Alfonso– 1966–67 • Gianni Seghedoni– 1967–68 • Ottorino Dugini– 1968 • Eugenio Bersellini– 1968–71 • Giuseppe Corradi– 1971–73 • Maino Neri– 1973 • Giacomo Losi– 1973–74 • Nicola Chiricallo– 1974–76 • Antonio Lecce fc 1976–77 • Lamberto Giorgis– 1977–78 • Pietro Santin– 1978–79 • Bruno Mazzia– 1979–81 • Gianni Di Marzio– 1981–82 • Mario Corso– 1982–83 • Eugenio Fascetti– 1983–86 • Pietro Santin– 1986 • Carlo Mazzone– 1986–90 • Zbigniew Boniek– 1990–91 • Alberto Bigon– 1991 • Aldo Sensibile– 1991–92 • Alberto Bigon– 1992 • Bruno Bolchi– lecce fc • Nedo Sonetti– 1993–94 • Rino Marchesi– 1994 • Piero Lenzi– 1994 lecce fc Luciano Spinosi– 1994–95 • Edoardo Reja– 1995 • Giampiero Ventura– 1995–97 • Cesare Prandelli– 1997 • Angelo Pereni– 1997–98 • Nedo Sonetti– 1998–99 • Alberto Cavasin– 1999–02 • Delio Rossi– 2002–04 • Zdeněk Zeman– 2004–05 • Angelo Gregucci– 2005 • Silvio Baldini– 2005–06 • Roberto Rizzo– 2006 • Zdeněk Zeman– 2006 • Giuseppe Papadopulo– 2006–08 • Mario Beretta– 2008–09 • Luigi De Canio– 2009–2011 • Eusebio Di Francesco– 2011 • Serse Cosmi– 2011–2012 • Franco Lerda– 2012–2013 • Antonio Toma– 2013 • Elio Gustinetti– 2013 • Francesco Moriero– 2013 • Franco Lerda– 2013–2014 • Dino Pagliari– 2014–2015 • Alberto Bollini– 2015 • Antonino Asta– 2015 • Piero Braglia– 2015–2016 • Pasquale Padalino– 2016–2017 • Roberto Rizzo– 2017 • Primo Maragliulo– 2017 • Fabio Liverani– 2017–2020 • Eugenio Corini– 2020–2021 • Marco Baroni- 2021– Manager records [ edit ] All-time Top 10 lecce fc appearances Manager Appearances Ambrogio Alfonso 122 Carlo Mazzone 119 Fabio Liverani 115 Ferench Plemich 107 Eugenio Fascetti 102 Gino Vianello 102 Luigi De Canio 91 Delio Rossi 86 Eugenio Bersellini 85 Alberto Cavasin 84 Most Serie A appearances Manager Appearances Alberto Cavasin 84 Carlo Mazzone 68 Luigi De Canio 49 Delio Rossi 48 Fabio Liverani 38 Zdeněk Zeman 38 Zbigniew Boniek 34 Eugenio Fascetti 30 Mario Beretta 27 Serse Cosmi 25 Honours [ edit ] • Serie B • Champions (2): 2009–10, 2021–22 • Promoted (10): 1984–85, 1987–88, 1992–93, 1996–97, 1998–99, 2002–03, 2007–08, 2018–19, 2021–22 • Serie C • Champions (4): 1945–46, 1975–76, 1995–96, 2017–18 • Coppa Italia Serie C • Champions (1): 1975–76 • Anglo-Italian Semiprofessional Cup • Champions (1): 1976–77 [16] Youth Team [ edit ] • Campionato Nazionale Primavera • Champions (2): 2002–03, 2003–04 • Coppa Italia Primavera • Champions (2): 2001–02, 2004–05 • Supercoppa Primavera • Champions (2): 2004, 2005 National championships [ edit ] Level Category Participations Debut Last season Total Lecce fc A Serie A 16 1985–86 2019–20 16 8 C B Serie B 29 1929–30 2021–22 29 9 2 ✟ 1 C Southern Championship 3 1927–28 1945–46 41 5 1 Serie C 35 1936–37 2017–18 Serie C1 3 1995–1996 2013–14 83 out of 90 years of professional football in Italy since 1929 D IV Serie 3 1955–56 1957–58 3 1 R Apulia 2 1934–35 1935–36 2 1 Player records [ edit ] All-time Top 10 Lecce Goalscorers Player Goals Anselmo Bislenghi 87 Franco Cardinali 67 Pietro De Santis 57 Javier Chevantón 53 Pedro Pablo Pasculli 53 Aurelio De Marco 50 Gaetano Montenegro 49 Luigi Silvestri 44 Guillermo Giacomazzi 43 Ennio Fiaschi 41 Marco Mancosu 41 Most appearances Player Appearances Michele Lorusso 418 Guillermo Giacomazzi 312 Carmelo Miceli 291 Ruggero Cannito 249 Giuseppe Materazzi 228 Salvatore Di Somma 222 Pedro Pablo Pasculli 214 Angelo Maccagni 205 Luigi Piangerelli 205 Angelo Cesana 184 Most Serie A goals Player Serie A goals Javier Chevantón 32 Pedro Pablo Pasculli 29 Mirko Vučinić 29 Cristiano Lucarelli 27 Guillermo Giacomazzi 23 Axel Cédric Konan 20 David Di Michele 19 Davor Vugrinec 19 Valeri Bojinov 15 Marco Mancosu 14 Most Serie A appearances Player Serie A App.

Guillermo Giacomazzi 196 Luigi Piangerelli 127 Lorenzo Stovini 125 Pedro Pablo Pasculli 119 Alessandro Conticchio 115 Axel Cédric Konan 108 Antonio Chimenti 98 Cristian Ledesma 97 Max Tonetto 95 Marco Cassetti 95 Players capped for Italy national football team • Marco Cassetti (3 call-ups, 2 caps) – 2005 • Vincenzo Sicignano (1 call-up) – 2005 • Andrea Esposito (1 call-up) – 2009 Players capped for Italy national under-21 football team • Giulio Donati (8 caps) • Cesare Bovo (7 caps, 1 goal) (UEFA European under-21 Championship winner) • Andrea Bertolacci (7 caps, 1 goal) • Luigi Garzya (7 caps) • Pierluigi Orlandini (6 caps) • Marco Amelia (5 caps) • Giampiero Maini (5 caps) • Marco Baroni (5 caps) • Jonathan Bachini (3 caps) • Guido Marilungo (3 caps, 1 goal) • Jonathan Bachini (3 caps) • Alberto Di Chiara (2 caps) • Graziano Pellè (2 caps) • Andrea Rispoli (2 caps) • Alessio Scarchilli (2 caps) • Antonio Conte (1 cap) • Francesco Moriero (1 cap) • Massimo Margiotta (1 cap) • Giacomo Cipriani (1 cap) • Matteo Ferrari (1 cap) • Erminio Rullo (1 cap) Players capped for Italy national under-23 football team • Simone Altobelli (3 caps) Players capped for Italy military football team • Pietro De Santis (3 caps) Other national football teams List of foreign football players who had at least one cup in their national team while playing for Lecce • Kastriot Dermaku • Ledian Memushaj [17] • Djamel Mesbah [18] • Pedro Pasculli [19] • Mazinho [20] • Valeri Bojinov [21] • Jaime Valdés [22] • Juan Cuadrado [23] • Luis Muriel [24] • Saša Bjelanović [25] • Davor Vugrinec [26] • Giannelli Imbula [27] • Alexei Eremenko [28] [29] • Kwame Ayew [30] • Mark Edusei [31] [32] • István Vincze [33] • Souleymane Diamouténé [34] • Mirko Vučinić [35] • Boban Nikolov [36] • Vitorino Antunes [37] • Romario Benzar [38] • Gheorghe Popescu [39] • Nenad Tomović [40] • Rodney Strasser [41] • Martin Petráš [42] • Sebastjan Cimirotič [43] • Žan Majer [44] • Dejan Govedarica [45] • Sergei Aleinikov [46] • David Sesa [47] • Karim Saidi [48] • Yevhen Shakhov [49] • Javier Chevantón [50] • Guillermo Giacomazzi [51] • Gabriel Cichero [52] [53] World Cup players [ edit ] The following players have been selected by their country in the World Cup Finals, while playing for Lecce.

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• Pedro Pablo Pasculli ( 1986) (World Cup winner) • Dejan Govedarica ( 1998) • Sebastjan Cimirotič ( 2002) • Davor Vugrinec ( 2002) • Karim Saidi ( 2006) (on loan) • Djamel Mesbah ( 2010) UEFA European Championship players [ edit ] The following lecce fc have been selected by their country in the European Championship Finals, while playing for Lecce. • Pedro Pasculli ( 1987) • Mazinho ( 1991) Stadium information [ edit lecce fc • Name – Stadio Via del Mare • City – Lecce • Capacity – 31,533 [1] • Inauguration – 1966 [54] • Pitch Size – 105 x 70 metres In fiction [ edit ] Lecce is mentioned in many famous Italian movies and TV series.

[55] Among these there are the movies Al bar dello sport, Benvenuti al Nord and Eccezzziunale veramente - Capitolo secondo. me and the TV series I Cesaroni. U.S. Lecce is also mentioned in many songs.

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