The club were now in Eccellenza Campania and spent their first three seasons in the league within the top 7 places. (this list only contains players who have made appearances for their respective national sides or who have made notable contributions to management), From 2007–08 to 2012 and the Lega Pro Prima Divisione, From 2013 to present: The fall from the Lega Pro down to the lower levels, Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Sorrento calcio dichiarazione di fallimento del Tribunale "Faremo appello, "Sorrento, il presidente Gambardella lascia. This season saw the arrival of Paulinho who scored 15 goals in 33 games on loan from Livorno, it was the following season, however, when he would really hit the headlines and achieve cult status in Sorrento. He was appointed on 27 November 2013. Under the coaching of Amato, Sorrento were victorious and crowned Ecellenza winners in 1997–98. [15] He cited the then difficult financial situation as the reason behind his decision to step down.

[1] Since this verdict, Sorrento Football Club was founded by the merger of Atletico Sorrento 5 and Sant'Antonio Abate. 2001–02 was a blip on the map for the Sorrento Calcio revival, they finished 14th, tied on points with a club that was relegated that season; Internapoli. and the winning rate is 39%. A.S.D. Despite this deduction Sorrento performed well for much of the 2011–2012 season and by February 2012 lay in 5th place, with star striker Ciro Ginestra leading the way with 13 goals in 22 games. They also beat Livorno twice, and Bari 1–0 away. At the start of the 2010–11 season, Sorrento were top of the table Serie C1 by November, and faced a strong possibility of promotion to Serie B. [25][26][27], The 2014-2015 season was similarly disappointing, with the club hovering around the relegation zone for much of the year. This position was improved upon in the 2009–2010 season where the team finished in 9th position, although again only 3 points above a relegation place. [9] While Sorrento had not played well enough over the two legs to reach the final, the second leg was marred by controversy. This time their positioning was more stable, and they had a new ground in the form of Stadio Italia. Sorrento competed in the Italian 3rd division during the 2007–08 season and managed to maintain their status by finishing in 10th place 10 points away from the relegation positions.

They were entered into C.N.D. They played Battipagliese in a match which they lost 2–1. Their status in the division was further consolidated in the following season although the side only finished 1 point above the relegation positions in 11th place. For 1978–79 the league system was slightly reorganised and the club were placed into Serie C2; the fourth level of Italian football. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. The now deflated Sorrento were relegated from the Interregionale league in 1990–91 with a 15th-place finish, the club was put into the Promozione Campano league. Disclaimer: Although every possible effort is made to ensure the accuracy of our services we accept no responsibility for any kind of use made of any kind of data and information provided by this site. Summary; Matches; Squad; Statistics; Transfers; Trophies; Venue; Info Official website. The name of the Sorrentine club was changed back to the original Sorrento Calcio in 1957. Founded 1972 Address Beddi Road / Warwick Road, Duncraig WA 6023 Perth Country Australia Phone +61 (409) 944 859 E-mail kslater@wnr.com.au.

Sorrento reached as high as Serie B during the early 1970s, where they recorded their overall highest finish with a 19th place in the 1971–72 season. [29] Explaining this delay of about a year in making his investment, Giglio stated that the decline in attendance figures and financial issues at the club had affected his decision.[30]. Arzanese in finale", "Sorrento, che incubo: terza retrocessione di fila", "UFFICIALE, NASCE IL CITTA' DI SORRENTO DEL PRESIDENTE GIGLIO", "UFFICIALE: Via Turi, arriva Maurizio Coppola – TuttoSorrento.com", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=A.S.D._Sorrento&oldid=960613662, Association football clubs established in 1945, Articles with dead external links from August 2018, Articles needing additional references from August 2018, All articles needing additional references, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 3 June 2020, at 22:52. will start on . The play out match saw Sorrento Calcio relegated from the Lega Pro C2/B following a 4-3 aggregate loss to Arzanese. Sorrento Football Club, commonly known as Sorrento FC, is a Western Australian semi-professional soccer club based in the northern Perth suburb of Duncraig. [20][21] Giglio would indeed go onto acquire the club, but not until June 2015, the following year. After their relegation Sorrento were unable to bounce back, instead being forced to battle it out in Serie C during the 1970s from then on; the highest position they were able to end a season with was a 4th place in 1975–76 sandwiched between Bari and Messina. The season did not start well but Sorrento did spend some time in the top half of the table.
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As of 24 January 2017 they currently lie in 2nd place and on course for a play off position, having won 10 of their 17 games. The team lost its affiliation to the FIGC, after being declared bankrupt by a court in Torre Annunziata in September 2015.


However, he was replaced in December 2016 by Maurizio Coppola. They currently compete in the National Premier Leagues Western Australia. This was a truly disastrous campaign for the Rossoneri who finished bottom of the league table after having failed to win a single game, drawing 5 and losing the other 25. Sorrento 1945 is an Italian association football club from Sorrento, Italy, which was founded as Sorrento Calcio in 1945.