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ASD Fiammamonza 1970

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Nickname(s)  Biancorosse, Fiammette
Chairman  Roberto Lo Grosso
2010-11  Serie A2, 10nd
Location  Monza, Italy
Ground Capacity  2.000
League  Serie A2
Founded  1966
Capacity  2
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Full name  Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Fiammamonza 1970
Grounds  Centro Sportivo Sada, Monza

ASD Fiammamonza 1970 is an Italian women's football team from Monza.


Founded in 1966 as SS Fiamma Ceraso, they joined the recently founded Italian league in 1971, and 1979 they reached the top division. That same year the team took its current name.

Fiammamonza consolidated itself in Serie A and ranked 4th in 1984, a record they improved in 1987 with a 3rd place. In 1991, 1992 and 1996 it reached the national Cup final, losing them to ASD Torres Calcio, ASDCF Reggiana and Lugo. In 1999 Fiammamonza was relegated, but one year later they were back to Serie A.

2006 marked Fiammamonza's most successful season as they won the Serie A, as well as the national Supercup. The fiammette represented Italy in the 2006-07 UEFA Women's Cup, failing to progress past the first qualifying stage. However the team declined in the subsequent seasons, and in 2010 they were relegated for a second time. In 2011 they returned to Serie A.

2012–13 squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.


  • Italian League (1):
  • 2006
  • Italian Supercup (1):
  • 2006
  • Invitational

  • Menton Tournament (2):
  • 1994, 1995
  • References

    ASD Fiammamonza 1970 Wikipedia

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