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Lega Pro

The Lega Italiana Calcio Professionistico (Italian for Italian Professional Football League), commonly known as Lega Pro (Pro League), is the governing body that runs the third and fourth highest football divisions in Italy, the Prima Divisione and Seconda Divisione respectively. It also includes the sole professional club of San Marino. Its headquarters are in Florence.

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Stadio Romeo Menti
... Italy Under-21 Under-20 Under-19 Under-18 Under-17 Under-16 Under-15 Italy women Leagues Lega Serie A Lega Serie B Lega Pro Lega Nazionale Dilettanti Lega Calcio (defunct) League competitions Serie A Serie B ...
Stadio San Francesco D'Assisi - Gallery
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Lega Pro - Past Champions in Serie C
1941-42 - Cremonese, Juventina Palermo 1942-43 - Varese, Pro Gorizia 1943-45 - postponed due to World War II 1945-46 - Mestrina, Prato, Perugia, Alba Ala Roma, Benevento ... OZO Mantova, Catanzaro 1959-60 - Pro Patria, Prato, Foggia 1960-61 - Modena, Lucchese, Cosenza 1961-62 - Triestina, Cagliari, Foggia 1962-63 - Varese, Prato, Potenza ...
A.C. Renate
... It currently plays in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione group A ... For the 2010-11 and 2011-12 Lega Pro Seconda Divisione seasons they'll play in the Stadio Città di Meda in Meda as their home field, Stadio Mario Riboldi in Renate ...

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