Rugby Calvisano

Rugby Calvisano
Rugby Calvisano
Rugby calvisano badge.png
Full name Rugby Calvisano s.r.l.
Union Federazione Italiana Rugby
Founded 1970
Location Calvisano, Italy
Ground(s) Centro Sportivo San Michele (Capacity: 3,500)
President Francesco Casali
Coach(es) Beppe Mor and Dean McKinnel
League(s) Serie A
2008-09 3rd (Super 10)
Team kit
2nd kit
Official website
www.rugbycalvisano.it

Rugby Calvisano are an Italian rugby union club currently competing in Serie A. They are based in Calvisano (Province of Brescia), in Lombardy. They were founded in 1970 by a group of players Tonino Montanari, Gianluigi Vaccari and Alfredo Gavazzi. In 1992 the club became "Rugby Calvisano Srl".

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History

Calvisano were founded in 1970 by a group of players, in 1992 the club became Rugby Calvisano Srl. Calvisano first qualified for European competition for the 1999-00 season, where they competed in the European Challenge Cup, playing six pool games, though they did not win any. They qualified for their first Heineken Cup for the 2001-02 season, though it was season after where the club won a couple of their pool games, but they have yet to make the finals.

In 2005 they beat Benetton Treviso 25-20 in Padova to win their first championship. They had previously lost in the final on four occasions. Later in the year, they hosted a match in the 2005-06 Heineken Cup against the Cardiff Blues that turned out to be notable as the first competitive appearance of All Blacks great Jonah Lomu since undergoing a kidney transplant in 2004. They were forced to withdraw from the Super 10 for the 09-10 season but go on to compete in Serie A.

Notable former players

Honours

Current Squad

  • 1. ALESSI GIANNI Colonia Veneta (Vr) 29.10.1975 95/176 prima linea
  • 2. BERGAMO ALBERTO Bergamo 11.09.1988 90/187 ala
  • 3. COSTANTINI DANIEL Basilea (Svi) 05.9.1984 90/178 estremo
  • 4. COSTANTINI RAMBO Siena 22.1.1986 90/184 estremo
  • 5. CUDICIO ALESSANDRO Brescia 15.5.1988 96/176 ¾ ala
  • 6. DAL MASO DAVID Legnago (Vr) 14.8.1980 100/188 3 linea
  • 7. DAMASCO LUCA Brescia 03.08.1982 100/183 pilone
  • 8. FRANZONI FABRIZIO Montichiari (Bs) 12.03.1985 77/170 m.mischia
  • 9. GALLUPPI MATTEO Rho (Mi) 03.03.1987 108/193 2-3 linea
  • 10. GAVAZZI ANDREA Manerbio (Bs) 13.11.1982 115/175 pilone
  • 11. GAVAZZI MARCO Manerbio (Bs) 25.11.80 83/171 tallonatore
  • 12. GRIFFEN PAUL Dunedin (Nz) 30.3.1975 85/177 m. mischia e apertura
  • 13. LETINIC FEDERICO Manerbio (Bs) 24.12.1978 92/183 3 linea
  • 14. LETINIC NICOLA Brescia 11.9/.1982 83/180 centro/ala
  • 15. MAGLI MANUEL Montichiari 13.7.1982 80/175 ala
  • 16. MANCINI MARCO Brescia 16.8.1883 90/180 3a linea
  • 17. MIGLIORATI DIEGO Montichiari 21.7.1978 110/178 pilone
  • 18. MORELLI GABRIELE Montichiari 29.6.1988 122/189 pilone/tallonatore
  • 19. PAGHERA MAURO Montichiari 12.1.1986 95/192 3a linea
  • 20. PODESTA’ ENRIQUE Buenos Aires (Arg) 19.10.1974 110/195 2a/3a linea
  • 21. POLLONINI MAURO Montichiari 15.11.1982 98/190 2a linea
  • 22. PROVEZZA MARCO Leno (Brescia) 15.08.1979 88/177 centro
  • 23. RAVAZZOLO CRISTIAN Brescia 22.9.1977 100/195 ala
  • 24. RAVAZZOLO DANIELE Calvisano 22.4.1971 125/190 2a linea
  • 25. RAVAZZOLO MASSIMO Calvisano 5.9.1972 90/190 estremo
  • 26. SALVI NICOLA Montichiari 25.11.1986 100/188 3a linea
  • 27. SOLDI LUCIO Desenzano d. G. (Bs) 16 February 1987 104/189 2a/3a linea
  • 28. SOSSI FEDERICO Brescia 3.10.1983 112/193 centro
  • 29. TRECATE EUGENIO Verona 2.2.1973 82/173 m. mischia
  • 30. TRIVELLA MATTEO Montichiari 14.9.1988 92/182 centro
  • 31. VALENTI GIACOMO Asola (Mn) 4 April 1987 97/180 pil.tal.
  • 32. VIOLI ELIA Lovere 4.6.1988 115/186 pilone
  • 33. ZANETTI GIOVANNI Leno 1.10.1980 77/177 ala

Out for 2009

Statistics

European Challenge Cup

Season Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
1999–2000 6 0 0 6 69 155
2007-2008 6 2 0 4 123 200

Heineken Cup

Season Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
2001-02 6 0 0 6 58 279
2002-03 6 2 0 4 105 236
2003-04 6 0 0 6 115 225
2004-05 6 0 0 6 79 264
2005-06 6 0 0 6 48 191
2006-07 6 0 0 6 74 264
2008-09 6 0 0 6 87 280

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