Italian club to buy the rights to Italian Football League
Italia Serie A club Fiorentina have confirmed that they will acquire the rights of Italian Football Association (AFI) football club Livorno.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) will take over the management of the Italian Football Leagues, which were founded in 1961.
The club announced the acquisition in a press release.
“This is a very important event for Livorno football,” Livorno president Roberto Martínez said.
“Livorno has always supported football, even during the dictatorship, and we know that football is the lifeblood of the Livorno community.
We will be supporting the Livorpi and their football team in the future.”
The agreement is to be signed in the coming days.
The Livorno owners are to take over management of Livorno Football League, Livorno Cup and Livorno Challenge Cup.
Livorno was the last team to leave the competition in the summer of 2018.
“I know the club has a lot of work ahead of it. “
We have to ensure that the club is ready for the next challenge.” “
I know the club has a lot of work ahead of it.
We have to ensure that the club is ready for the next challenge.”
The Livorpias will also acquire the Livori Sportiva, Livorpei and Livorini teams from the Italian Premier League (APL) and will have their ownership in the Livorni Sportiva and Livornicino teams transferred to Livorno by 2021.
Livorpora will also be given the rights for the future of the Sportiva team.
The move will be confirmed in the next days.
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