Year Date Team 1892 Pro Vercelli 1893 7th September Genoa 1896 Udinese 1897 Juventus 1898 Ascoli 1899 Milan  Sampierdarenese  1900 Lazio 1902 10th March Vicenza  1903 24th March Cremonese Verona Hellas 1905 Ancona Lucchese-Libertas Perugia 1906 Torino 1907 Atalanta 25th May Como Spal Venezia  1908 Internazionale  Lecce Novara 1909 3rd October Bologna Casale Pisa Pro Patria  1910 Lecco Padova Varese 1911 Brescia Mantova  1912 Alessandria Avellino Modena 1913 Legnano Liguria  1914 Reggina 1915 Livorno  1918 Triestina 1919 Piacenza Reggiana 19th June Salernitana 1920 Cagliari Empoli Foggia 1925 Ternana 1926 26th August Fiorentina Napoli 1927 22nd July Roma 1928 Bari 1929 Catanzaro 1936 Pescara 1940 Cesena 1946 Catania 1st August Sampdoria  1968 6th September Parma  Milan was also known as Milano from 1939 to 1945  Sampierdarenese took the name of Liguria from 1913 to 1915. In 1927 Sampierdarenese and Andrea Doria (another team of Genua, founded in 1895) were united under the name of Dominante. Dominante played the first Serie B championship (season 1929-30). The next year it played with the name of Liguria and it was relegated. From 1932 to 1937 it was known again as Sampierdarenese and from 1937 to 1944 as Liguria. In 1945-46 both Andrea Doria and Sampierdarenese played the Northern Italy first division championship and 1st August 1946 they were finally united under the name of Sampdoria (Samp- from Sampierdarenese and -doria from Andrea Doria).  Vicenza was known as Lanerossi Vicenza from 1953 to 1990 and it was often shortened in L.R. Vicenza. It was told as the inventor of sponsor in Italy, since Lanerossi is a noted textile industry of Vicenza.  Venezia was also known as Venezia-Mestre from 1987 to 1992  In 1928 Internazionale and U.S. Milanese were united under the name of Ambrosiana-Inter. In 1945 it returned to the old name of Internazionale.  It was founded as Pro Patria et Libertate (it is a Latin phrase and it means in English "For fatherland and freedom sake") and in 1995 Pro Patria and Ginnastica Gallaratese were united with the name Pro Patria Gallaratese.  Mantova failed and it was founded again in 1994  Livorno was also known as Pro Livorno during his history (after WWII and in recent years) Women Club Foundation Dates 1965 ACF Milan 1966 ASD Fiammamonza Monza [founded as SS Fiamma Geraso] 1969 SS Lazio CF Roma 1970 ACF Alaska Gelati Lecce [merged 1983 with Trani 80] 1972 CF Jolly Catania [dissolved 1979] 1976 ASD Napoli CF ASD Reggiana CF Reggio Emilia 1979 ACF Firenze 1980 ASD Torres CF [founded as ACF Delco Costruzioni] ACF Trani [dissolved 1988] 1982 CF Chiasellis 1985 ACFD Pordenone 1989 UPC Tavagnacco 1992 AFD Grifo Perugia 1993 ASD Valpolicella 1995 ASD CF Bardolino Verona [founded as SSD Bardolino] ACF Brescia 1997 FCF Como 2000 ASD 1999 Foroni Verona FC [founded as AC Foroni; dissolved 2004] 2003 ASD Res Roma 2004 ASD Mozzanica 2006 CF Scalese ASD San Miniato 2009 ASD Inter Milano 2010 ASD Riviera di Romagna Cervia
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