Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio
Country San Marino San Marino
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Founded 2 October 1985
Number of teams 15 (7 in Girone A; 8 in Girone B)
Levels on pyramid 1
Domestic cup(s) Coppa Titano
Super Coppa Sammarinese
UEFA (Europe) cup(s) UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
Current champions Tre Penne (3rd title) (2015–16)
Most successful club S.P. Tre Fiori (7)
Website Official website
Football current event 2016–17

Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio (English translation: Sammarinese Football Championship) is an amateur league competition for football clubs located at the top echelon of the Sammarinese football league system and has been operating since the 1985-1986 season. Currently, Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio is ranked at No.54/54 among European leagues according to UEFA's league coefficient, which is based on the performance of Sammarinese clubs in the Champions League and the Europa League.


Until 1996, the league had two levels, Serie A1 and Serie A2, and a relegation/promotion system. However, the teams promoted from the second level could also participate in the championship play-off against Serie A1's first teams. Nowadays, all the clubs play at the same level, split into two divisions called Girone. The first three teams in each girone enter a play-off tournament to decide the championship winners, who qualify for the UEFA Champions League preliminary phase. The domestic cup winners qualify for the Europa League preliminary phase.

The teams play home and away matches in their gironi and once against the teams from the other girone.


Sanmarinese teams do not have home grounds of their own. Instead, the following venues are randomly chosen for every match:

  • Dogana ground (located in a frazione of Serravalle)
  • Fiorentino ground
  • the Fonte dell'Ovo ground (located in Domagnano)
  • Serravalle "B" ground
  • Domagnano ground

Sometimes the Stadio Olimpico, based in Serravalle, is also used. Since there are not many grounds, matches are played on two days of each week, usually Saturday and Sunday. The play-off finals and the European fixtures are always played in the Stadio Olimpico.

Participating teams (2016-17 season)

Because there is no promotion or relegation in the league, the same 15 teams who competed in the league last season competed in the league this season.


Winners by season


Year Top scorer Team Goals
1997–98 San Marino Damiano Vannucci S.S. Virtus 21
2003–04 San Marino Damiano Vannucci S.S. Virtus 15
2004–05 San Marino Matteo Pazzaglia Montevito 19
2009–10 Flag of Italy Simon Parma S.P. La Fiorita 13
2010–11 San Marino Jose Hirsch
San Marino Marco Fantini
Flag of Italy Roberto Gatti
Flag of Italy Alessandro Giunta
Flag of Italy Francesco Viroli
S.S. Virtus
A.C. Juvenes/Dogana
S.S. Murata
S.P. Tre Fiori
S.C. Faetano
2011–12 Flag of Italy Cristian Rubén Menin
Flag of Italy Simon Parma
S.S. Cosmos
La Fiorita
2012–13 San Marino Alberto Cannini
San Marino Denis Iencinella
Tre Fiori
F.C. Fiorentino
2013–14 Romania Valentin Grigore
San Marino Giacomo Gualtieri
S.S. Cosmos
La Fiorita
2014–15 Flag of Italy Daniele Friguglietti San Giovanni 16
2015–16 Flag of Italy Marco Martini La Fiorita 20

External links

Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio 2017-18

Girone A: Cosmos · Domagnano · Faetano · Juvenes/Dogana · La Fiorita · Pennarossa · San Giovanni · Tre Penne
Girone B: Cailungo · Fiorentino · Folgore Falciano Calcio · Libertas · Murata · Tre Fiori · Virtus

Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio seasons


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Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio San Marino, B Coppa Titano
(U-21, U-19, U-17) Super Coppa Sammarinese
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