is a football (soccer) club from Italy.
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About San Marino
San Marino Calcio is a San Marino football (soccer) club based in Serravalle, San Marino.
The club was founded in 1960 as S.S. Serenissima (Società Sportiva Serenissima). Serenissima merged with A.C. Juvenes/Dogana in 1973, changing its name to A.C. San Marino
A.C. San Marino began playing in 1960 in the Seconda Categoria, since the Terza Categoria did not exist in the Italian football league system at that time. After being promoted from the Seconda and Prima Categoria Categoria, the team began playing in the higher level, the Promozione before being relegated to the Prima Categoria in the 1976–77 season. They continued to play in the Prima Categoria for the next four seasons until they won the championship and were promoted to the Promozione again in the 1979–80 season. A.C. San Marino's stay in the Promozione was short lived, however; within two seasons they were relegated to the Prima Categoria. San Marino Calcio's 2004–05 season was more successful: they were victorious in the play-off final, and thus reached Lega Pro Prima Divisione (formerly Serie C1) for the first time. This is the highest level the team has ever reached in its history. The team currently plays in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione, having been relegated during the 2006–07 season.
In December 2006 Werther Cornieti, the chairman of the club, left due to controversial allegations and criticism during a sports broadcast. Daniele De Luigi was later confirmed as the new chairman of San Marino Calcio.
Their away kit consists of a white shirt with dark blue inserts, white shorts, and black socks.