Italy Serie D 05/15 14:00 2 Clodiense v ASD Alcione W 2-1
Italy Serie D 05/11 14:00 1 ASD Caldiero Terme v Clodiense L 2-0
Italy Serie D 05/05 13:00 34 Clodiense v Montebelluna W 2-0
Italy Serie D 04/28 13:00 33 APDC Chions v Clodiense D 1-1
Italy Serie D 04/21 13:00 32 Clodiense v Luparense FC W 1-0
Italy Serie D 04/14 13:00 31 AC Dolomiti Bellunesi v Clodiense W 1-2
Italy Serie D 04/07 13:00 30 Clodiense v Bassano W 2-0
Italy Serie D 03/29 13:30 29 Campodarsego v Clodiense W 0-1
Italy Serie D 03/24 13:30 28 Clodiense v ASD Mori Santo Stefano W 2-0
Italy Serie D 03/17 13:30 27 Virtus Bolzano v Clodiense D 0-0
Italy Serie D 03/10 13:30 26 Clodiense v US Adriese L 0-1
Italy Serie D 03/10 13:30 27 Virtus Bolzano v Clodiense - PPT.


Matches played 43 23 20
Wins 30 18 12
Draws 7 3 4
Losses 6 2 4
Goals for 60 36 24
Goals against 26 11 15
Clean sheets 22 15 7
Failed to score 8 3 5

Union Clodiense Chioggia Società Sportiva Dilettantistica, commonly known as Union Clodiense Chioggia, is an Italian association football club located in Chioggia, Veneto. It plays in Serie D Group C.


Early years

Logo of A.C. Chioggia Sottomarina

The first incarnation of the current club was founded in 1971 as Union Clodia Sottomarina, when two teams from Chioggia, U.S. Sottomarina Lido (founded in 1959 and based in the frazione of Sottomarina) and Clodia, were merged.

After many years in Serie C, the team was relegated to lower divisions in 1977.

In 1989, the club changed its name to S.S.C. Chioggia Sottomarina and, in 1995, to A.C. Chioggia Sottomarina. Three years later, it was promoted from Eccellenza Veneto to Serie D.

In the summer of 2011, the club did not apply to participate in the 2011-12 Serie D due to financial issues. It successively merged with Eccellenza Veneto rival crosstown club Sottomarina Lido to become A.S.D. Clodiense, winning promotion back to Serie D one year later.

In the summer of 2012, it was renamed Union Clodiense and adopted its current denomination in 2019.

In 2024, Union Clodiense Chioggia were crowned Serie D Group C champions, thus winning promotion to Serie C.

Clodiense is a professional soccer team based in Chioggia, Italy. The team was founded in 1913 and has a rich history in Italian football. Clodiense competes in the Serie D, the fourth tier of the Italian football league system.

The team's colors are blue and white, and they play their home matches at the Stadio Piergiovanni Mecchia in Chioggia. Clodiense has a passionate fan base and a strong rivalry with other local teams in the Veneto region.

Over the years, Clodiense has produced talented players who have gone on to play at higher levels of Italian football. The team is known for its attacking style of play and has a reputation for producing exciting and entertaining matches.

Clodiense continues to strive for success and aims to climb the ranks of Italian football to compete at the highest levels. With a dedicated coaching staff and talented players, the team is poised for continued success in the future.