Benevento Calcio Tryouts

Benevento Calcio, commonly referred to as Benevento, is an Italian football club based in Benevento, Campania, Italy. The club competes in Serie A, the top flight of Italian football.

Benevento Youth Development System

Benevento Academy

Benevento Calcio Junior has many youth academy teams that include:

Additionally, Benevento’s soccer school has lower age category groups that include:

  • U14 Regional
  • U13 Regional
  • U12
  • U11
  • U10
  • U9
  • U8
  • U7

No information on their official website explains how to join their academy. Please come back at a later date while we monitor this club or click here to see their latest academy news.


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Stadium

The stadium known as the Ciro Vigorito is where Benevento plays all of their home games. The first sod was turned on the stadium in 1976, and it didn’t officially open until 1979. It has the capacity to accommodate 25,000 individuals.

Santa Colomba Stadium was renamed in honor of Ciro Vigorito, who was the brother of club president Oreste Vigorito. The stadium had previously been known by the name Santa Colomba Stadium. Ciro was a prominent businessman and sports manager who served as the managing director of Benevento from 2006 until his death in 2010. During that time, he was also in charge of the organization’s youth section.

Crest

The colors yellow and red are used for the team, and their badge has stripes of both colors along with a silhouette in black of a witch flying on a broomstick. The people of Benevento are sometimes referred to as the Stregoni, which is Italian for sorcerers, and other times as the Streghe, which is Italian for witches. These nicknames are a reference to traditions that date back to the 13th century regarding the witches of Benevento.