Lega Pro Seconda

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A.C. Isola Liri - History - Lega Pro Seconda Divisione
... won the Round G of Serie D, thus gaining promotion to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione and ensuring a historical first time into professional football in the 2008–09 season ... In the season 2011-12 it was relegated from Lega Pro Seconda Divisione B to Serie D ...
2009–10 Lega Pro Prima Divisione - Girone A - Teams
... Stadio Giuseppe Moccagatta 8,182 2nd in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione A A.C ... Stadio Città di Arezzo 15,128 4th in Lega Pro Prima Divisione B Benevento Calcio Benevento Stadio Santa Colomba 18,975 2nd in Lega Pro Prima Divisione B Calcio Como Como ... Cremonese Cremona Stadio Giovanni Zini 20,034 9th in Lega Pro Prima Divisione A A.S.C ...
Serie D - Promotions
... The first-placed team from each division is promoted to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione each year, and replaces one of the 9 teams from Lega Pro Seconda Divisione that is relegated down to Serie D ... If a newly promoted Serie D team fails to meet the requirements, Seconda Divisione asks the second-placed team in that Serie D team's division to fill the vacancy ... the senior leagues from Serie A down to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione fail to meet the regulatory or financial requirements to remain there ...
A.C. Mezzocorona - History - Lega Pro Seconda Divisione
... aggregate tie, thus remaining in the, now called, Lega Pro Seconda Divisione ... After four consecutive season in the Lega Pro Seconda Divisione, including one in former Serie C2, Mezzocorona was relegated to Serie D at the end of the 2010-11 Lega Pro Seconda Divisione ...
A.S. Pro Belvedere Vercelli
... Pro Belvedere Vercelli born in the summer of 2006, with the colors yellow and green, after the merger between the A.S ... Pro Belvedere, founded in 1912 ... the playoffs, all of which were later promoted to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione ...

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