SSC Naples

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SSC Naples
Club coat of arms of the SSC Napoli
Basic data
Surname Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli SpA
Seat Naples , Italy
founding August 1, 1926
Colours Light Blue
owner Filmauro Srl
president Aurelio De Laurentiis
First soccer team
Head coach Gennaro Gattuso
Venue San Paolo Stadium
Places 54,726
league Series A
2019/20 7th place

The Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli , SSC Napoli or Napoli for short , known in German-speaking countries as SSC Napoli , is an Italian football club from the Campanian capital, Naples .

The SSC Napoli is a six-time Italian cup winner , two-time Italian champion , two-time Italian Supercup winner , as well as a one-time UEFA Cup or UEFA Europe League winner and is traditionally one of the figureheads of southern Italy in football, as clubs from the north have been in Serie A for years the country can stand up to. The club's home ground is the Stadio San Paolo .

In Italy, the SSC Napoli team is often referred to as Azzurri ("the blues") or Partenopei (based on the ancient Greek colonial settlement of Parthenope , which is considered the nucleus of the later Neapolis and today's Naples).



The Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli in 1928

The club was founded in 1904 by English dock workers as Naples , the club colors were then set to light blue and white. Light blue (azzurro) should represent the color of the sea and the sky. In 1922 the association merged with Internazionale Agnano and renamed itself Internapoli . The re-establishment as SSC Napoli ( Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli ) took place in 1926. However, until the arrival of Diego Maradona decades later, the sporting successes were sparse and the greatest successes were victories in the Coppa Italia in 1962 and 1976.

The golden years

SSC Napoli presents new signing Diego Maradona at the Stadio San Paolo (1984)
In the eighties the SSC Napoli won the
"Scudetto" twice

In 1984, Diego Maradona moved from FC Barcelona to Naples for around 13.5 billion Italian lire (around 7.5 million US dollars) , the most expensive transfer in football history at the time. This also marked the beginning of the sporting turnaround. In the years before Maradona, Napoli was closer to Serie B than to the league title. The influence of Maradona on the success of the club was correspondingly high. In 1987 Naples won the Italian championship for the first time and even won the double with the success at the Coppa Italia. Two years later, SSC Napoli won the UEFA Cup and in 1990 the Scudetto (championship) was celebrated again. Since these successes, Maradona has been worshiped like a god in Naples; its popularity remains unbroken to this day. After his resignation, the jersey with the number 10 was no longer awarded. Even at the Ciro Ferrara's farewell match in June 2005, when Maradona was only there as a spectator, he was celebrated by the sold-out Stadio San Paolo .

During the "golden years" Maradona was supported by the Italian striker Bruno Giordano and the Brazilian international Careca . The three formed the so-called "Ma-Gi-Ca" line of attack (Maradona-Giordano-Careca) . The documentary Diego Maradona by Asif Kapadia describes, among other things, this time of the SSC.

Shrine in honor of Diego Maradona on Via San Biagio dei Librai 129 in Naples

The sporty decline

Diego Maradona's active era in Naples ended abruptly when he was sentenced to a 15-month doping ban in 1991. The club was already over-indebted at that time, which was initially not known to the public. The problem became all the more acute in 1994 when the club received the license only because of the proceeds from the sale of some important players. SSC Naples initially saved a financial injection from investors. Until 1997 there was a slight easing of the financial situation, 1998, however, the club went into the series B from.

At the beginning of the new millennium, Naples experienced further setbacks. After promotion to Serie A in 2000, the club rose again to Serie B in the 2000/01 season , the accumulated debt increased even further. In August 2004, the SSC Napoli was finally no longer granted a license due to a mountain of debt that has now reached 70 million euros and had to file for bankruptcy.

In 2004 the film producer Aurelio De Laurentiis , a nephew of Dino De Laurentiis, who also worked in the film industry, became president of the association.

The resurrection

The club was re-established on August 2, 2004 as Napoli Soccer and initially started in the C1 series . The main shareholder of Napoli Soccer became the film producer Aurelio De Laurentiis , who has since led the club as president and financier. When he took office, he set the goal of being among the top Italian teams again within two five-year cycles (Quinquennio). Despite the sporting and economic decline, the club was still very popular. The audience averages in the Stadio San Paolo with 37,080 visitors in the 2004/05 season were well above the Serie C average and in fifth place in Italy. In the 2004/05 season, Napoli Soccer narrowly missed promotion and failed in the play-off games. In the 2005/06 season he was promoted to Serie B and then in 2006/07 the march through to Serie A.

Current developments

In May 2006 the club bought back the naming rights of the old SSC Napoli.

On 10 June 2007, SSC Napoli rose on the last day of the season after a 0: 0 away against Genoa back into the Serie A on. In the following 2007/08 season they placed themselves in eighth place and then took part in the UEFA Intertoto Cup 2008 , through which they qualified for the 2008/09 UEFA Cup . There they just failed in the knockout round before the group stage to Benfica Lisbon . It was the first duel in the European Cup after almost 14 years for SSC Napoli.

In the following 2008/09 season , the club was only able to underline the ambitions in the first half of the season, which they finished fifth in the table. A slump in the second half of the season (only two points in eight games) led to the dismissal of coach Edoardo Reja in March 2009 , who had taken the team from the third division to new heights. The new coach Roberto Donadoni could not stop the decline. He achieved an average of one point per game and at the end of the season, the team finished twelfth.

This point average should not change in the 2009/10 season , so that after seven games in October 2009 there was another coach dismissal. The new coach Walter Mazzarri turned out to be a stroke of luck. In the remaining twelve games of the first half of the season, the team remained undefeated (seven wins, five draws) and climbed to fourth place. Among other things, they passed with flying colors against the Italian representatives in the Champions League (1-0 at AC Florence , 2-2 against AC Milan and 3-2 at Juventus Turin ). The club also reached the second round of the cup, which they lost 3-0 at Juventus. The second half of the 2009/10 season was initially bumpy with only nine points from ten games. However, the success soon returned. At the end of the season, sixth place was achieved, thus ensuring participation in the UEFA Europa League .

The 2010/11 season was dominated by the Uruguayan newcomer Edinson Cavani , who with 26 goals this season had a share in third place, which SSC Napoli secured with a 1-1 draw against Inter Milan on the penultimate matchday . This qualified for the group stage of the 2011/12 UEFA Champions League . Of the four Italian teams in the 2010/11 Europa League , the SSC Napoli was the only one to reach the knockout stage. There they failed, however, at FC Villarreal .

The 2011/12 season was also quite successful for SSC Napoli. In the Champions League , the team surprisingly prevailed as second in the group behind FC Bayern Munich (the eventual finalists) and ahead of Manchester City and FC Villarreal, and were only eliminated in the round of 16 after extra time against later Champions League winners Chelsea . However, the team in the league, u. a. Due to the double burden due to the Champions League participation, could not build on the success of the previous year and only ended the season in fifth place. But SSC Napoli won the Coppa Italia again after 25 years: In the final at the Olympic Stadium in Rome , the champions Juventus Turin, who had been unbeaten this season, was defeated 2-0 thanks to goals from Edinson Cavani and Marek Hamšík .

Thanks to the cup win last season, SSC Napoli were automatically qualified for the group stage of the 2012/13 UEFA Europa League . In a group with Dnipro Dnipropetrowsk , PSV Eindhoven and AIK Solna they reached second place and met Viktoria Plzeň in the second round . Against the Czech representative they were eliminated after a 0: 3 in the home stadium and a 0: 2 in Plzeň .

In the run-up to the Italian football scandal in 2013 , the offices of SSC Naples were searched in October 2012. The background to this was the suspicion of cartel formation, tax evasion and falsification of accounts, which were directed against several player advisors and agencies.

In the 2012/13 season , the SSC Napoli won the runner-up for the fifth time and was thus directly qualified for the Champions League . Nevertheless, there was no contract extension with the successful coach Walter Mazzarri , who moved to Inter Milan in May 2013 . For this, Rafael Benítez was hired as the new coach.

In the 2013/14 cup season , SSC Napoli repeated the success of 2012. This time, Fiorentina were the opponents in the final in Rome, which was kicked off late due to crowd riots. Nevertheless, overall they fell short of the meanwhile increased expectations. The elimination in the group stage of the Champions League was very unfortunate , because never before had an eleven progressed with 12 points. In the league , they had to put up with third place behind Juventus Turin and AS Roma , which meant that they missed direct qualification for the Champions League . Even through the play-offs in August 2014, it was not possible to qualify for the premier class again.

In the 2015/16 season , after the departure of coach Rafael Benítez, Maurizio Sarri was presented as successor on June 12. After initial difficulties, the team moved to the top of the table, but in the end had to admit defeat Juventus Turin and ended the season in second place.

The 2017/18 season was similar to the previous ones. They were at the top of the Serie A table for a long time . At the end of the season, Juventus Turin again overtook SSC Napoli, which ultimately came second, which meant that the club qualified directly for the Champions League in the coming season. From the Coppa Italia , SSC Napoli was eliminated in the quarterfinals against Atalanta Bergamo . In the group stage of the Champions League it was only enough for 3rd place. With this placement, SSC Napoli qualified for the round of 32 in the Europa League , in which they were eliminated by RB Leipzig .

For the season 2018/19 we undertook as a successor of the Chelsea exchanged Sarri to the previous season when Bayern Munich exempted Carlo Ancelotti as coach. With him, Naples again reached second place in Serie A, with a greater distance behind the undisputed defending champion Juventus. In the group stage of the Champions League , the SSC landed again in third place, with which they qualified again for the round of 32 in the Europa League . There the SSC Napoli made it into the quarter-finals, in which they were eliminated against Arsenal . Also in the Coppa Italia they failed in the quarterfinals against the later semi-finalists AC Milan .

The preliminary round of the 2019/20 season was inconsistent. At the start of the group stage of the Champions League , a 2-0 home win against defending champions FC Liverpool and later made it into the final round succeeded. Nevertheless, coach Ancelotti was sacked on December 10, 2019 after winning the last group game. The club had previously remained without a win for nine games in all competitions and only finished seventh in the domestic Seria A. His successor was Gennaro Gattuso , who had previously been a player and coach, who had previously been a 73-time Italian national player with AC Milan . Even under Gattuso, the club was initially unable to catch up with the top flight of the league in the second half of the season, which was overshadowed by the Corona crisis , but won the Coppa Italia with a penalty shoot-out in the final against serial champions Juventus Turin .

Game and training facilities

Historic venues

The first venue was the Stadio Militare dell'Arenaccia from 1926 to 1929 . The Stadio Giorgio Ascarelli followed from 1930 to 1942 and the Stadio Arturo Collana from 1942 to 1959 .


San Paolo Stadium

The SSC Napoli has played its home games at the Stadio San Paolo since 1959. The multifunctional stadium was built from 1948 to 1959 in the Fuorigrotta district and was initially called Stadio del Sole ( German  sun stadium ) and offered space for 87,000 visitors. A few months after it opened, the stadium hosted four games of the 1960 Olympic football tournament . It was one of the stadiums for the European Football Championship in 1968 and 1980 . The stadium was completely modernized for the 1990 World Cup . For the Summer Universiade 2019 , the stadium received new seating, large screens, LED display boards, a new video surveillance system and a new parking garage, as well as a new sound system with soundproofing. The changing rooms, offices, conference rooms and the sanitary facilities were also modernized.

The Stadio San Paolo is the European football association UEFA in the category 3 is arranged stadium and, with currently around 55,000 spectators, the largest in Europe.

Fan culture

Ultras of the SSC Napoli

Due to its popularity in southern Italy, the SSC Napoli had the highest average attendance of all football clubs worldwide in the 1970s and 1980s. The peak of 77,597 spectators per game from the 1984/85 season was only exceeded by AC Milan seven years later .

With the Curva A and the Curva B, SSC Napoli is one of the few clubs in Italy to have two spatially separate fan curves that are completely filled in almost all games. Curva B represents the older part of the Neapolitan fan scene and is home to the Ultrà groups Fedayn 1979 EAM (Estranei alla massa) and Ultras Napoli 1972. On the other side of the stadium, adjacent to the guest block, are the groups Mastiffs, Vecchi Lions, Teste matte, Brigata Carolina, Rione Sanità, Bronx, Sud 1996 and Fossato Flegreo. There is no rivalry between the two curves, although completely independent chants are intoned during the games. They also differ in that the Curva B takes a much more pacifistic attitude and allows swiveling flags, choreographies or other folkloric elements in the curve to be more important than the "vecchio stile" lived by its younger counterpart, which is largely limited to catching chants . Political extremism does not play a role in either of the two curves.

Financial situation and ownership

The Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli SpA is a subsidiary of the Italian media company Filmauro Srl

In the 2016/17 season, SSC Napoli generated sales of 200.7 million euros, making it the third football club in Italy with the highest sales , and the club is in 19th place worldwide in this category.

Suppliers and sponsors

The supplier has been the Italian sporting goods manufacturer Kappa since 2015 ; The contract runs until 2020. The main sponsors of SSC Napoli are Lete and MSC.

In 1981 the club signed an advertising contract with Snaidero, who placed their lettering on the jerseys. This was followed by Cirio (1982–1983), Latte Berna (1983–1984), Cirio (1984–1985), Buitoni (1985–1988), Mars (1988–1991), Voiello (1991–1994), Record Cucine (1994– 1996), Centrale del Latte di Napoli (1996–1997), Polenghi (1997–1999), Birra Peroni (1999–2003), Russo di Cicciano (2003–2004), Acqua Lete (2005–2011), Lete- MSC ( 2011–2014), Lete-Pasta Garofalo (2014–)

Period Outfitter Main sponsor
1978-1980 puma -
1980-1981 NR (Ennerre)
1981-1982 Snaidero
1982-1983 Cirio
1983-1984 Latte Berna ( Parmalat )
1984-1985 Linea time Cirio
1985-1988 NR (Ennerre) Buitoni
1988-1991 Mars
1991-1994 Umbro Voiello
1994-1996 lotto Record cucine
1996-1997 Central del Latte di Napoli
1997-1999 Nike Polenghi
1999-2000 Birra Peroni
2000-2003 Diadora
2003-2004 Legea Russo di Cicciano
2004-2006 Kappa Sky Italia
2005-2006 Lete
2006-2009 Diadora
2009-2011 Macron
2011-2014 Lete , MSC Cruises
2014-2015 Lete , pasta Garofalo, Kimbo
2015–0000 Kappa

Logo history

facts and figures

Club successes

Award ceremony after the final of the Supercoppa Italiana 2014
National title season
Italian championship 2 1986/87 , 1989/90
Italian Cup 6th 1961/62 , 1975/76 , 1986/87 , 2011/12 , 2013/14 , 2019/20
Italian Supercup 2 1990 , 2014
International title season
UEFA Cup /
UEFA Europa League
1 1989
Coppa delle Alpi 1 1966
English-Italian League Cup 1 1976

Successes of the youth teams


Professional team squad (2019/20)

No. Nat. Surname Date of birth in the team since Contract until
01 ItalyItaly Alex Meret March 22, 1997 2018 2023
25th ColombiaColombia David Ospina August 31, 1988 2018 2022
27 GreeceGreece Orestis Karnezis July 11, 1985 2018 2021
02 FranceFrance Kévin Malcuit July 31, 1991 2018 2022
06th PortugalPortugal Mario Rui May 27, 1991 2017 2022
13 ItalyItaly Sebastiano Luperto September 6, 1996 2015 2023
19th SerbiaSerbia Nikola Maksimović November 25, 1991 2017 2021
22nd ItalyItaly Giovanni Di Lorenzo 4th August 1993 2019 2024
23 AlbaniaAlbania Elseid Hysaj February 2, 1994 2015 2021
26th SenegalSenegal Kalidou Koulibaly June 20, 1991 2014 2023
31 AlgeriaAlgeria Faouzi Ghoulam February 1, 1991 2014 2022
44 GreeceGreece Kostas Manolas June 14, 1991 2019 2024
62 ItalyItaly Lorenzo Tonelli 17th January 1990 2016 2021
midfield player
04th GermanyGermany Diego Demme November 21, 1991 2020 2024
05 BrazilBrazil Allan January 8, 1991 2015 2023
08th SpainSpain Fabian April 3, 1996 2018 2023
12 North MacedoniaNorth Macedonia Eljif Elmas September 24, 1999 2019 2024
20th PolandPoland Piotr Zieliński May 20, 1994 2016 2021
34 GermanyGermany Amin Younes August 6, 1993 2018 2023
68 SlovakiaSlovakia Stanislav Lobotka November 25, 1994 2020 2024
70 ItalyItaly Gianluca Gaetano May 5, 2000 2015 2023
07th SpainSpain José Callejón February 11, 1987 2013 2020
11 MexicoMexico Hirving Lozano July 30, 1995 2019 2024
14th BelgiumBelgium Dries Mertens May 6, 1987 2013 2020
18th SpainSpain Fernando Llorente February 26, 1985 2019 2021
21st ItalyItaly Matteo Politano 3rd August 1993 2020 2021
24 ItalyItaly Lorenzo Insigne (C)Captain of the crew 4th June 1991 2011 2022
98 BrazilBrazil Leandrinho October 11, 1998 2017 2021
99 PolandPoland Arkadiusz Milik February 28, 1994 2016 2021
As of February 25, 2020

Squad changes for the 2019/20 season

time player Previous club
Summer break /
North MacedoniaNorth Macedonia Eljif Elmas TurkeyTurkey Fenerbahçe Istanbul
ItalyItaly Giovanni Di Lorenzo ItalyItaly FC Empoli
SpainSpain Fernando Llorente EnglandEngland Tottenham Hotspur
MexicoMexico Hirving Lozano NetherlandsNetherlands PSV Eindhoven
GreeceGreece Kostas Manolas ItalyItaly AS Roma
ItalyItaly Lorenzo Tonelli ItalyItaly Sampdoria Genoa (loanee)
KosovoKosovo Amir Rrahmani ItalyItaly Hellas Verona
time player New club
Summer break /
SpainSpain Raúl Albiol SpainSpain Villarreal CF
RomaniaRomania Vlad Chiricheș ItalyItaly US Sassuolo Calcio (Loan)
Guinea-aGuinea Amadou Diawara ItalyItaly AS Roma
AlgeriaAlgeria Adam Ounas FranceFrance OGC Nice (loan)
ItalyItaly Simone Verdi ItalyItaly Torino FC (loan)
KosovoKosovo Amir Rrahmani ItalyItaly Hellas Verona (loan)

Club management

Coaching staff
function Surname
Head coach Gennaro Gattuso
Assistant coach Luigi Riccio
Goalkeeping coach Alessandro Nista
Roberto Perrone
Fitness trainer Francesco Sinatti
Francesco Mauri
function Surname
president Aurelio De Laurentiis
Chief Executive Officer Laura Belli
Sports director Cristiano Giuntoli
Team manager Paolo De Matteis
Junior coordinator Luigi Caffarelli
Gianluca Grava
Chief scout Maurizio Micheli
Medical director Alfonso De Nicola
Marketing manager Alessandro Formisano

Former players


Player records

(As of June 28, 2020; all competitive games and goals are indicated, players in bold are still active in the club)

# Name a Period Calls
01 SlovakiaSlovakia Marek Hamšík 2007-2019 520
02 ItalyItaly Giuseppe Bruscolotti 1972-1988 511
03 ItalyItaly Antonio Juliano 1962-1988 505
04th ItalyItaly Moreno Ferrario 1977-1988 396
05 SpainSpain José Callejón 2013– 339
06th ItalyItaly Lorenzo Insigne 2009– 338
07th ItalyItaly Ciro Ferrara 1984-1994 322
08th BelgiumBelgium Dries Mertens 2013– 313
09 ItalyItaly Christian Maggio 2008-2018 308
10 ItalyItaly Paolo Cannavaro 1998–1999
# Surname Period Gates
01 BelgiumBelgium Dries Mertens 2013– 123
02 SlovakiaSlovakia Marek Hamšík 2007-2019 121
03 ArgentinaArgentina Diego Maradona 1984-1991 115
04th ItalyItaly ParaguayParaguay Attila Sallustro 1926-1937 108
05 UruguayUruguay Edinson Cavani 2010-2013 104
06th ItalyItaly Antonio Vojak 1929-1935 103
07th ItalyItaly BrazilBrazil José Altafini 1965-1972 097
08th BrazilBrazil Careca 1987-1993 096
09 ArgentinaArgentina Gonzalo Higuaín 2013-2016 091
10 ItalyItaly Lorenzo Insigne 2009– 086

Club records

  • Biggest win: 8: 1 against Pro Patria 1919 (1954/55 season)
  • Biggest defeat: 0: 6 against AS Roma (season 1958/59)
  • Most goals in one season: 36 goals Gonzalo Higuaín (2015/16 season)
  • Highest average attendance in one season: 77,597 spectators per game (1984/85 season)
  • So far the only club that won the Coppa Italia as a second division team (1962)

Coach history

Head coach
Term of office Surname
1926-1927 Anton Kreuzer / Bino Skasa
1927-1928 Giovanni Terrile / Rolf Steiger / Ferenc Molnár
1928-1929 Karl Fischer / Giovanni Terrile
1929-1935 William Garbutt
1935-1936 Károly Csapkay
1936-1937 Angelo Mattea
1937-1938 Angelo Mattea / Eugen Payer
1938-1939 Eugen Payer / Paolo Iodice
1939-1940 Adolfo Baloncieri
1940-1942 Antonio Vojak
1942-1943 Antonio Vojak / Giuseppe Innocenti
1945-1947 Raffaele Sansone
1947-1948 Raffaele Sansone / Giovanni Vecchina / Arnaldo Sentimenti
1948-1949 Felice Borel / Gigino De Manes / Vittorio Mosele
1949-1955 Eraldo Monzeglio
1955-1956 Eraldo Monzeglio / Amedeo Amadei
1956-1959 Amedeo Amadei
1959-1960 Annibale Frossi / Amedeo Amadei
1960-1961 Amedeo Amadei / Renato Cesarini / Attila Sallustro
1961–1962 Fioravante Baldi / Bruno Pesaola
1962-1963 Bruno Pesaola
1963-1964 Roberto Lerici / Giovanni Molino
1964-1968 Bruno Pesaola
1968-1969 Giuseppe Chiappella / Egidio Di Costanzo / Giuseppe Chiappella
1973-1975 Luís Vinício
1975-1976 Luís Vinício / Alberto Del Frati
1976-1977 Bruno Pesaola / Rosario Rivellino
1977-1988 Gianni Di Marzio
1978-1979 Gianni Di Marzio / Luís Vinício
1979-1980 Luís Vinício / Angelo Sormani
Head coach
Term of office Surname
1980-1982 Rino Marchesi
1982-1983 Massimo Giacomini / Bruno Pesaola
1983-1984 Nello Santin / Rino Marchesi
1984-1985 Rino Marchesi
1985-1989 Ottavio Bianchi
1989-1991 Alberto Bigon
1991-1992 Claudio Ranieri
1992-1993 Claudio Ranieri / Ottavio Bianchi
1993-1994 Marcello Lippi
1994-1995 Vincenzo Guerini / Vujadin Boškov
1995-1996 Vujadin Boškov
1996-1997 Luigi Simoni / Vincenzo Montefusco
1997-1998 Bortolo Mutti / Carlo Mazzone / Giovanni Galeone / Vincenzo Montefusco
1998-1999 Renzo Ulivieri / Vincenzo Montefusco
1999-2000 Walter Novellino
2000-2001 Zdeněk Zeman / Emiliano Mondonico
2001-2002 Luigi De Canio
2002-2003 Franco Colomba / Franco Scoglio / Franco Colomba
2003-2004 Andrea Agostinelli / Luigi Simoni
2004-2005 Gian Piero Ventura / Edoardo Reja
2005-2009 Edoardo Reja
200900000 Roberto Donadoni
2009-2013 Walter Mazzarri
2013-2015 Rafael Benítez
2015-2018 Maurizio Sarri
2018-2019 Carlo Ancelotti
2019–0000 Gennaro Gattuso

Presidential history

Term of office Surname
1926-1927 Giorgio Ascarelli
1927-1928 Gustavo Zinzaro
1928-1929 Giovanni Maresca
1929-1930 Giorgio Ascarelli
1930-1932 Giovanni Maresca &
Eugenio Coppola
1932-1936 Vincenzo Savarese
1936-1940 Achille Lauro
194000000 Gaetano Del Pezzo
1940-1941 Tommaso Leonetti
1941-1943 Luigi Piscitelli
1943-1945 Annibale Fienga
1945-1946 Vincenzo Savarese
1946-1948 Pasquale Russo
1948-1951 Egidio Musollino
1951-1952 Alfonso Cuomo
1952-1954 Achille Lauro
1954-1963 Alfonso Cuomo
Term of office Surname
1963-1964 Luigi Scuotto
1964-1967 Roberto Fiore
1967-1968 Gioacchino Lauro
1968-1969 Antonio Corcione
1969-1971 Corrado Ferlaino
1971-1972 Ettore Sacchi
1972-1983 Corrado Ferlaino
198300000 Marino Brancaccio
1983-1993 Corrado Ferlaino
1993-1995 Francesco Ellenio Gallo
1995-1996 Vincenzo Schiano di Colella
1997-1998 Gian Marco Innocenti
1999-2000 Federico Scalingi
200000000 Giorgio Corbelli
2002-2004 Salvatore Naldi
2004–0000 Aurelio De Laurentiis


  • Oliver Birkner: One day in May: The history of SSC Napoli . The workshop 2013; ISBN 3-7307-0009-X

Web links

Commons : SSC Naples  - Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

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  2. Dall'Associazione Calcio Napoli alla prima Coppa Italia
  3. L'era di Corrado Ferlaino, “l'ingegnere”
  4. Maradona - King of Naples (1984–1991)
  5. Diego Maradona Backs Ezequiel Lavezzi To Earn Napoli Number 10 Shirt (English)
  6. Article on Giordano in English
  7. 70 million euros in debt - Napoli has to go down
  8. SSC Naples: Club of Passions
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