Der Torneo di Viareggio oder offiziell Torneo Mondiale di Calcio Coppa Carnevale (Weltweites Fußballturnier Karnevalpokal) ist ein seit Jahrzehnten. Dies ist eine Übersicht aller Titelträger des Wettbewerbs Viareggio Cup. Es werden unter anderem auch die Rekordsieger und Siegtrainer angezeigt. Viareggio Cup Ergebnisse auf victormecyssne.com haben alle neuesten Viareggio Cup Ergebnisse, Tabellen, Paarungen und Spielinformationen.
Viareggio Cup 2019 Live Ergebnisse, Liveticker, ResultateIn dieser Übersicht werden alle Spieler des Wettbewerbs Viareggio Cup aufgelistet, die aktuell gesperrt sind oder aus sonstigen (nicht verletzungsbedingten). Der Viareggio Cup(offiziell: Torneo Mondiale di Calcio Coppa Carnevale) ist ein internationales Turnier für Jugendmannschaften, das in Viareggio (Italien). Diese Statistik der erfolgsreichsten Spieler zeigt, wie oft ein Spieler den Wettbewerb Viareggio Cup als Sieger abgeschlossen hat und wie oft mit welchem.
One of the most important youth professional showcases in the world, the Viareggio Cup has produced world-class talents since , in what is truly a breeding ground for stars.
The club's Under 18's will be on display in hopes of becoming scouted and becoming professional players overseas, whether it be in Italy or other countries in Europe.
Acting as a professional showcase, the Viareggio Cup has been the launching pad for many soccer legends. The series, which will be an faeuro.
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Official Website italian. Partizan Belgrade. Lanerossi Vicenza. Spartak Prague. Dukla Prague. Ipswich Town. The main winds blow from the south-east, the Libeccio and the Ponente which batter the coast for two to three days in a row and cause severe storms.
During the 3rd century BC, the mountains of Versilia were slowly invaded by the Ligurian tribes who, coming from the north, stretched their area of influence as far south as the river Arno.
The most widely accepted theory recognises the city's name as deriving from the Latin Via Regis "Kings' Road" , the name of the Medieval road linking the fortification built on the beach to Lucca.
According to other historians, instead, the name derives from Vicus Regius. This theory is based on the fact that in imperial times, there was a small inhabited centre vicus in the area known as "Gli Ortacci" which belonged to the empire, hence regius "Royal".
Several hillside towns started developing in the Middle Ages , some of which are still active. The area currently hosting the city of Viareggio was still marshland and not inhabited.
Around A. The first mention of Viareggio dates back to when a wooden tower guarding the coast was built. A little over two years later, in a military building named Turris de Via Regia was erected, taking its name from the road that linked it to Lucca known today as via Montramito.
In the following years the area around Viareggio, was involved in the hostilities between Pisa and Lucca, in their attempt to gain control over the coastal area.
The conflict was spurred by the desire of the Lucchesi to finally gain access to the sea, and to the Pisane fear of the economic competition of its rival city.
It is during these years that the feudal Lords of Versilia were forced to abdicate in favour of Castruccio Castracani. In the following years the area upon which Viareggio would eventually be built was marked by a number of minor battles, invasions and pillages.
In addition, the area was also affected by the pestilence which, recounted by Giovanni Boccaccio in his masterpiece the Decameron , spread throughout the whole of Italy.
In these years Florence expanded its control over Tuscany. Lucca, however, managed to maintain its independence in exchange for hefty financial penalties.
This directly affected the future of Viareggio which, from that moment, became the focus of Lucca's efforts to turn the town into its centre for commercial activities, and, in addition to the square-plan tower erected in with the aim to protect the port, several settlements started appearing.
The 17th century was perhaps one of the most difficult periods for the inhabitants of Viareggio; the area was insalubrious, malaria and other deadly epidemic diseases made the lives of fishermen and farmers extremely difficult.
Lucca, on the other hand, increased its efforts to drain the marshlands to improve quality of life and encouraged migration to the new town.
Slowly Viareggio changed its appearance; two small churches and as many factories were built, followed by a number of small shops.
Meanwhile, its port became more active, while the cultivation of the drained fields started. In Viareggio became a comune municipality.
In , thanks to the work of hydraulics engineer Bernardino Zendrini the marshlands were finally completely drained and the town turned into a place where noblemen from Lucca would come and build their palaces.
With the invasion of Italy by Napoleon the Lucchese state was turned into a principality whose sovereignty was given to Felice Baciocchi , although the real power was in the hands of Napoleon's older sister, Elisa.
Elisa's government was characterised by unpopular measures such as those against the ecclesiastic patrimony. Similarly, most of her financial policies were of dubious effect, although some were welcomed by the locals, such as the adoption of the "Napoleonic Code", the adoption of the metric system, the introduction of mandatory vaccination against smallpox.
With the fall of Napoleon and Baciocchi, Viareggio was the centre of several acts of violence. In March the population openly protested against the French, an event which turned into acts of pure vandalism.
Viareggio remained under the control of the Austrians until when, as part of the agreements from Congress of Vienna , Maria Luisa of Spain was assigned the new Duchy of Lucca.
The years to come would wipe out any good action that had been taken during the Napoleonic rule, although the new ruler would contribute to the town's expansion by building its first marina seaside.
In Viareggio obtained the status of city. Following the death of his mother March 13, , Charles Louis of Parma took over the government of Lucca and greatly contributed to Viareggio's expansion, by building a new church, a royal casino and two beach resorts, the first ones to be built in Viareggio.
Viareggio, in this new scenario, developed as a seaside resort for the whole of Tuscany. In the city adopted its current coat of arms.