Napoli: Wallpaper Pictures / Backgrounds

Napoli Wallpaper

Do you support Napoli or sympathize with the team and want to personalize your mobile device with team wallpapers? Check out the best images to apply to the background of your phone, tablet or computer!

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Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli, also known as S.S.C. Napoli or simply Naples, is an Italian football club based in the city of Naples, in the region of Campania. It was founded in 1926 as Associazione Calcio Napoli, assuming its current name in 1964, and re-founded in 2004. Currently it participates in Serie A, corresponding to the highest soccer division in Italy.

Wear a light blue shirt with white trim and white pants. He has played at home at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium since 1959.

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With a record that includes two league titles, eight runners-up championships, six Italian cups and two Italian super cups nationally, and a UEFA Cup, an Alpine Cup and an Anglo-Italian League Cup at the international level, Napoli is the Mezzogiorno team with the most titles and the most participation in Serie A.11 They are also the fourth most popular team in Italy (13%), representing about a quarter of the fans in the south of the country.

Napoli’s main rivals are Roma, with whom they play Derby Solitaire, and the major clubs in the North: Juventus of Turin, A. C. Milan and Inter Milan.

The origins of football in Naples date back to 1904, when the Foot-Ball & Cricket Club of Naples was founded by Englishman William Poths, an employee of the local branch of the British shipping company Cunard Line, and two Neapolitans, engineer Emilio Anatra and physician Ernesto Bruschini. In 1906 he changed his name to Naples Foot-Ball Club, with engineer Amedeo Salsi as president. The first big match was played against the crew of the English ship Arabik, who had won the award-winning Genoa: the Neapolitan team managed to win 3-2.

In 1912, the Neapolitan part of the club was divided from the English part, thus giving life to the Unione Sportiva Internazionale Napoli. In 1921, due to financial problems, the teams were forced to participate again under the name of Foot-Ball Club Internazionale-Naples, better known as FBC Internaples.

On August 1, 1926, the assembly of members of the Internaples decided to change the name of the society, constituting the Associazione Calcio Napoli. Giorgio Ascarelli, a young Neapolitan industrialist who was already president of the Internaples, became the first president in the club’s history.

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