S.S.D. Internapoli Camaldoli

S.S.D. Internapoli Camaldoli

S.S.D. Internapoli Camaldoli

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Società Sportiva Dilettantistica Internapoli Camaldoli (also known as Biancocelesti and Partenopei) are an Italian association football club based in the Vomero area of Naples, Campania. Founded as S.C.Vomero in 1909, the club has been re-founded several times, first under the Cral Cirio in 1935 and Internapoli dominion in 1964. For the 2009–10 season Internapoli will be competing in Eccellenza Campania.

The club have spent their entire history in the lower levels of Italian football, with the highest they have reached in the league being two 3rd place finishes in Serie C during the late 1960s. Internapoli have had more notable success in the cup, winning the Coppa Italia Dilettanti, the amateur variation of the Coppa Italia in 1980.

In the season 2011-12 it plays in Serie D.


The club's earliest roots can be traced back to CRAL Cirio who were founded in 1935; they played in the San Giovanni a Teduccio neighborhood of Naples. They were named Cirio because of the industrialist Francesco Cirio from Turin who created the first tomato canning company (which continues on today), under this name in the Neapolitan neighbourhood. After playing in regional leagues in Campania, they were entered into a league equivalent to Serie D in 1951–52, here they finished in the top half of the table.Cirio narrowly missed out on promotion to Serie C during the 1953–54 season, after coming runners-up in...
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