Difference between revisions of "Pro Vaduz"

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|Scout #1: ||{{Flaglink|LIE}} {{Flaglink|IRP}} [[Alfonso Avellino]]

Latest revision as of 14:30, 22 March 2021

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Pro Vaduz
Biancoverdi - Lupacchiotti - Alpini
Details
Social colours: Green - White
Hymn: Sogna coi lupi
Club signs
Town: Vaduz
Area: Vaduz
Country:  Liechtenstein
Confederation: Hattrick
Division: Alpenpokal
Foundation: 24-06-2008
President: Italy Irpinia (Country) ErNanna
Chairman of the Board: Liechtenstein Fabio Lang
Secretary: Italy Irpinia (Country) Tonino 'I' Nannariello
Coach: France Irpinia (Country) Tonino 'II' Nannariello
Scout #1: Liechtenstein Irpinia (Country) Alfonso Avellino
Scout #2: vacant
Scout #3: vacant
Stadium
Rätische Alpen
(600)
Palmares
Series: 16

Pro Vaduz (2374434) was the youth team of U.S. Vaduz (1630596). The home ground of Pro Vaduz was the Rätische Alpen. The stadium capacity was 600.

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