Ascoli come from the town of Ascoli Piceno, in the Marche region of Central Italy. Formed in 1898, they've been perpetual Serie B contenders, although once in every while they nip up to the top flight for short stint among the big boys. Their last run can between 2005-2007, but they've had four more decent stints since they first attained the lofty heights back in 1974.
Cino Del Duca, who renamed them, in his own image, Del Duca Ascoli. That they remained, until 1978, when the chairman Costantino Rozzi renamed them for one last time and gave them the name by which they still go to this day. Although don't bank on them not changing again.
Sambenedettese from the Marche town of San Benedetto del Tronto. Although they haven't played since 1986, anyone who finds themselves wandering into the wrong part of town in the wrong colours is likely to face a fate similar to that of any Turin, Rome or Milan fan who did a similar foolish thing.
Their Stadio Cino e Lillo Del Duca ground - named after a brother of their former owner - was first built in 1962, and can hold a round number of 20,000.
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