Serie C, stadiums do not respect Lega Pro lines: ten clubs forced to emigrate

The stadiums of some clubs do not respect the Lega Pro lines and so around ten clubs will be forced to play all or part of the next Serie C away from home. Tuttosport takes stock: “The Milanese side Alcione propose the Pavesi velodrome in Fiorenzuola d’Arda, in the province of Piacenza, even outside the region as the Arena Civica is not suitable for professionals. Same problem for the Veronese side Caldiero Terme, another club at debut in Serie C, which, while waiting for the Berti stadium to be made accessible, will initially play at the Cavagnin Nocini in Verona alternating with Virtus.

For the Clodiense lagoon players, who returned to Serie C after 47 years, there is nothing to do with Ballarin. Next season they will play at Sandrini, kindly hosted by the Scala team of Legnago. The newly promoted teams without a stadium also include the Apulian Team Altamura, who returned to Serie C after 27 years, who will emigrate from Tonino D’Angelo to Fanuzzi in Brindisi”.