Mairania FC

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Mairania FC (1727652)
centro
"Eagles"
Colours: Red - White
Town: Merano-Stemma.png Merano
Region: Coat of arms of Trentino Alto Adige.PNG Trentino Alto Adige
Country:  Italia
Zone: Latin Europe
Foundation: 06-11-2011
Stadium: Meyes Park (capacity 45 000)
Youth team: Cantera Atesina
Coach:
Romania Cătălin Carţiş (393555461)
President: Italy O4k_QdM
Prize shelf: Division VI.PNG Division VII.PNG Division VII.PNG Division VIII.PNG Division VIII.PNG Division X.PNG
Trophy2.png Trophy2.png
Team kits
Home kit
Away kit


Mairania FC (1727652) is an Italian club from Trentino Alto Adige. It's managed by O4k_QdM (11763868) from November 6, 2011. Formerly known as "FC Südtirol", at the end of season 73 it changes its identity with the current name.


Club

History

Ever since it was founded (insert in the league X.2333), Mairania FC has never aimed at the most prestigious series, focusing instead on the growth of young people. In more recent times, the team has provided a lot of material for foreign National Teams. On April 14, 2020 the team made its record in the Coppa Italia, reaching the quarterfinals.

NT Players

Player ID MP Goals
Italy Vitaliano Losito (395147281) 1 0

U-20 Players

Player ID MP Goals
Kampuchea Teng Khouerth (419568150) 21 0
Kampuchea Viseth Setha (425666391) 19 0
Benin Malick Bada (431809606) 1 0
Bahrain Qutb Shemirani (440222459) 33 3
Norway Simen Krohn (439372146) 19 2
Singapore Lim Lee Wai (439359201) 15 0
Singapore Foo Yi Su (439424439) 12 0
Denmark Helge Balle (440223709) 14 2
Denmark Lauge Aagren (439399929) 8 1
Singapore Mak Aik Yun (442738348) 1 0
Singapore Sunil Srinivasan (443698500) 10 0
Singapore Justin Lee (442558239) 1 0
Singapore Santosh Ramakrishnan (444747761) 13 0


Logos

FC Südtirol
Mairania FC
from 27-11-2019


League Progress

DIV.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SEA.
X
1
47
IX
4
48
IX
5
49
IX
4
50
IX
2
51
VIII
4
52
VIII
1
53
VII
6
54
VII
5
55
VII
4
56
VII
5
57
VII
1
58
VI
4
59
VI
6
60
VI
6
61
VII
2
62
VI
7
63
VII
2
64
VI
3
65
VI
1
66
V
6
67
V
4
68
V
4
69
V
8
70
VI
8
71
VII
8
72
VIII
1
73
VII
1
74
VI
1
75

Key: DIV. X IX VIII VII VI V IV III II I


Tournaments

Mairania FC won two very prestigious tournaments: Oachkatzlschwoaf (August, 2017) & Trènt Open 2017 (September, 2017) (see Prize shelf).


Stadium

Meyes Park is the arena of Mairania FC.

Total capacity: 45 000 seats
  • Terraces: 25 500
  • Basic seating: 13 000
  • Seats under roof: 4 500
  • Seats in VIP boxes: 2 000

 last improvement: 01-04-2017

Coaches

Player ID Start of mandate
Canada Steven Thomas (4681174) 14-01-2012
Spain Javier Odria (332145457) 21-02-2017
Denmark Nicolai Holmen (376444038) 13-08-2017
Romania Cătălin Carţiş (393555461) 23-11-2018


Hall of Fame

Player ID Recognition Current career
Canada Steven Thomas (4681174) Great coach Youth Scout
Spain Javier Odria (332145457) Great coach Youth Trainer
Switzerland Ulrich Nells (336181442) Faithful to club Player Union Representative
Italy Giacomo Falbo (365450957) Great keeper Restaurant Owner
Wales Tom Geonor (372169357) Member of Honour Sports Journalist
Netherlands Petar Soldatović (340182984) Great scorer Assistant Coach
France Adib Lakani (359591965) Great scorer Television Show Host
Italy Francesco Valente (377710111) Member of Honour Assistant Coach
Denmark Nicolai Holmen (376444038) Great coach Medic
Switzerland Bruno Buschmann (388313344) Member of Honour Referee
Netherlands Wubbo Boekhoff (395143085) Member of Honour Restaurant Owner
Czech Republic Ján Koričanský (383338854) Member of Honour Actor
Denmark Jan Kjærulff (292628567) Great scorer Agent


Twinnings


Flag Collection

Home

Meyes Park has hosted teams from 10 of 145 countries.

Argentina Benin Czech Republic Spain France Iran Italy Hungary Austria Sweden

Away

Mairania FC has visited 109 of 145 countries.

Iraq Kuwait Morocco Jordan Yemen Algeria Andorra Angola Argentina Armenia Azerbaijan Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Benin Bolivia Bosnia & Herzegovina Brazil Brunei Bulgaria Cape Verde Cameroon Canada Czech Republic Chile China Taiwan Colombia Costa Rica Ivory Coast Montenegro Cuba Wales Cyprus Denmark Germany Maldives Ecuador Estonia El Salvador England Spain Faroe Islands France Ghana Guatemala South Korea Greece Honduras Hong Kong Croatia India Indonesia Iran Republic of Ireland Iceland Israel Italy Jamaica Kampuchea Kazakhstan Kenya Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lebanon Luxembourg Liechtenstein Lithuania Hungary North Macedonia Malaysia Malta Mexico Egypt Mozambique Moldova Mongolia Netherlands Comoros Domus Pulchri Ludi Nicaragua Nigeria Japan Norway Northern Ireland Oceania Oman Austria Peru Poland Portugal Thailand Romania Russia Georgia Saudi Arabia Switzerland Albania Singapore Slovakia Serbia Finland Sweden Turkey Uruguay USA Venezuela