Eccellenza Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Organising bodyLega Nazionale Dilettanti
Founded1991
CountryItaly
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams16
Promotion toSerie D
Relegation toPromozione Friuli-Venezia Giulia
League cup(s)Coppa Italia Dilettanti
Current championsNot awarded
(2020–21)
Most championshipsManzanese (4 titles)
Websitehttp://www.lnd.it

Eccellenza Friuli-Venezia Giulia is the regional Eccellenza football division for clubs in the northern Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy. It is competed amongst 16 teams, in one group. The winners of the Groups are promoted to Serie D. The club who finishes second also have the chance to gain promotion; they are entered into a national play-off which consists of two rounds.

Champions

Here are the past champions of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia Eccellenza, organised into their respective seasons.[1]

Domestic Cup Winners

Coppa Italia Dilettanti Friuli-Venezia Giulia is the domestic cup for Eccellenza and Promozione Friuli-Venezia Giulia clubs. Since season 2013-14 only Eccellenza ones may take part. The winners join to Coppa Italia Dilettanti.

Year Winner Runner Up Score
1991–92 Porcia Ruda 2–2; 2–0 (AR)
1992–93 Tamai Ronchi 3–1
1993–94 Sanvitese double-dagger Fontanafredda 2–0
1994–95 Pro Fagagna Porcia 3–2*
1995–96 Porcia Aquileia 3–0
1996–97 Manzanese San Sergio Trieste 4–2
1997–98 Sacilese Pro Gorizia 1–0
1998–99 Pro Gorizia double-dagger Cormonese 1–0
1999–2000 Sacilese Palmanova 2–1*
2000–01 Porcia Sacilese 1–0
2001–02 Monfalcone double-dagger Sacilese 0–0 dagger
2002–03[2] Sacilese double-dagger Pro Romans 2–2 dagger
Porcia 3–2
2003–04 Pro Romans double-dagger Fontanafredda 3–1
2004–05 Pordenone Gonars 3–0
2005–06 Muggia Pordenone 1–1 dagger
2006–07 Manzanese Lignano 2–0
2007–08 Sevegliano Manzanese 0–0 dagger
2008–09 Muggia Fontanafredda 3–1
2009–10 Monfalcone Torviscosa 1–0*
2010–11 Fontanafredda I.S.M. Gradisca 2–1
2011–12 Manzanese Torviscosa 2–1*
2012–13 San Daniele Rivignano 2–1
2013–14 Chions Kras 2–1
2014–15 Virtus Corno Chions 3–2
2015–16 Vesna Flaibano 4–2
2016–17 Gemonese Cjarlins Muzane 1–0
2017–18 San Luigi Torviscosa 2–2 dagger
2018–19 San Luigi Edmondo Brian 3–1
Key to list of winners
(AR) two legs final
* Match went to extra time
dagger Match decided by a penalty shootout after extra time
double-dagger Winning team won the Double
Italics Team from Promozione

Supercup F.V.G.

The Supercoppa Friuli - Venezia Giulia was a football cup held in this region from 1993 to 2002 for teams from Eccellenza (1 group), Promozione (2 groups) and Prima Categoria (3 groups). The leagues involved sent their respective league winners and cup winners to take part.

Year Supercup
Winners
Teams
Eccellenza
winners
Promozione
winners
Prima Categoria
winners
Coppa F.V.G.
winners
Coppa Regione[3]
winners
Carnia League
winners
1993 Pro Gorizia Pro Gorizia Sanvitese
San Luigi
7 Spighe
Pro Cervignano
Ponziana
none
1994 Pro Fagagna Sanvitese Pro Fagagna
Cormonese
Caneva
Torviscosa
Pozzuolo
none
1995 Pro Fagagna Palmanova Pordenone
Trivignano
Fanna Cavasso
Zaule Rabuiese
Rivignano
Pro Fagagna Porpetto Cedarchis
1996 Tamai Cormonese Tamai
Juventina
Flaibano
Capriva
Zarja
Porcia Muggia[4] Real I.C.
1997 Mossa Tamai Porcia
Mossa
Sarone
Pagnacco
Monfalcone
Manzanese Latte Carso Cedarchis
1998 Fanna Cavasso Itala San Marco Fanna Cavasso
San Luigi
Chions
Latte Carso
Vesna
Sacilese San Giovanni Cedarchis
1999 Pro Gorizia Pro Gorizia Juniors Casarsa
Palmanova
Don Bosco
Costalunga
Futura Carlino
Cormonese[5] Union 91 none
2000 Sevegliano Sevegliano Rivignano
Gradese
Torre
Palazzolo
Pro Romans
Sacilese Juventina none
2001 Tamai Tamai SPAL Cordovado
Pro Romans
Lignano
Gonars
San Canzian
Porcia Caneva none
2002 Vesna Monfalcone Azzanese
Vesna
Don Bosco
Reanese
Ruda
Union 91[6] Vermegliano none

See also

References

  1. ^ ArchivioCalcio
  2. ^ In 2002-03 the cup were divided in 2 stages: one for Eccellenza clubs and the other for Promozione ones. Sacilese won both of them, before beating Pro Romans in Eccellenza stage final, and then against the winners of Promozione stage, Porcia.
  3. ^ Cup for the teams from Prima Categoria, Seconda Categoria and Terza Categoria
  4. ^ Cup finalist, to replace Capriva (cup winners) champions of the league
  5. ^ Cup finalist, to replace Pro Gorizia (cup winners) champions of the league
  6. ^ Cup semifinalist, to replace Monfalcone (cup winners) champions of the league, and Sacilese (cup finalist) refused