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We proudly sponsor FC Chiasso, a football team located in Switzerland and coached by Giancarlo Camolese, who played for many football clubs in Italy and managed several teams during his career. We also sponsor the Swiss football team FC Sion, which has won the Swiss Super League twice and participated many times in the Swiss Cup final with the most recent one being in 2015.
FC Chiasso, founded in 1905, is a Swiss football club located in Chiasso. The team also played in Italy’s first league (Serie A) between 1914 and 1923.
Its most illustrious period was when the team gained promotion to the Swiss Super League between 1948 and 1961. In 1951 the team finished second, and third in the 1951–52 season.
The team is now coached by Giancarlo Camolese, a highly experienced football manager, ex footballer, TV sports caster, university lecturer at SUISM in Turin and instructor at the FIGC National Technical Centre and Coach Education School in Coverciano.
Giancarlo Camolese played for Unione Sportiva San Mauro, Torino, Biellese, Reggina, Alessandria, Lazio, Padova, Vicenza, Taranto and Saviglianese. He served as a club manager for Saviglianese, Torino, Graeme Souness, Edy Reya, Granata, Reggina, Vicenza, Livorno and Pro Vercelli.
FC Sion is a Swiss football club located in the town of Sion founded by Robert Gilliard in 1909, and who in 1919 became the club’s Vice President. The team’s growth was mainly due to the massive contribution of the local people.
The club’s most glorious times were when the team won the Swiss Cup against FC Luzern, Servette FC and Grasshopper Zurich for three consecutive years.
In addition, its most illustrious time was in 1997 where FC Sion won the domestic double, with both the league and the cup.
The team’s home ground is Stade Tourbillon in Sion with a capacity of 14,500 fans. The club is nowadays run by the chairman, Christian Constantin, and the manager, Didier Tholot.