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This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. Please help improve this article by introducing appropriate citations to additional sources. (July 2011) This article needs references that appear in reliable third-party publications. Primary sources or sources affiliated with the subject are generally not sufficient for a Wikipedia article. Please add more appropriate citations from reliable sources. (July 2011) Padania Nickname(s) I Verdi (All-Greens) Association Lega Federale Calcio Padania[1] Confederation NF Board Head coach Leo Siegel Top scorer Claudio Cecchini (4) Stefano Salandra (4) Home colours Away colours First international Ausonia 2 – 0 Padania (Benevento, 1 March 1998) Biggest win  Padania 12 – 0 South Tyrol (Bassano d. G., 18 July 1998) Biggest defeat Ausonia 2 – 0 Padania (Benevento, 1 March 1998) VIVA World Cup Appearances 3 (First in 2008) Best result Champion 2008, 2009, 2010 The Padania representative football team is an unofficial football team promoted by the Italian political party Lega Nord which claim it represents eight northern regions of Italy they call Padania. The team is not affiliated with FIFA or UEFA, nor with the Italian Football Federation. They have established the Lega Federale Calcio Padania.[1] Padania has gained provisional membership of the NF-Board in 2008 and was able to take part in the 2008 VIVA World Cup along with Aramean-Syriac people, Iraqi Kurdistan, Provence and Sápmi, which they won beating the Aramean-Syriac people in the final by 2–0. Contents 1 Tournament records 1.1 VIVA World Cup record 2 Selected internationals 3 Squad 3.1 Recent call-ups 4 References Tournament records VIVA World Cup record Year Position GP W D L GS GA 2006 Did not enter - - - - - - 2008 Champion 5 5 0 0 16 3 2009 Champion 4 4 0 0 9 1 2010 Champion 4 4 0 0 6 1 Total 3 titles 13 13 0 0 31 5 Selected internationals Date Venue Opponent Score 11-03-2010 Rodengo Saiano  Padania  Provence 1–3 27-06-2009 2009 VIVA World Cup – Padania  Padania  Iraqi Kurdistan 2–0 25-06-2009 2009 VIVA World Cup – Padania  Padania  Sápmi 4–0 24-06-2009 2009 VIVA World Cup – Padania  Padania  Iraqi Kurdistan 2–1 22-06-2009 2009 VIVA World Cup – Padania  Padania  Occitania 1–0 30-04-2009 Darfo Boario Terme, Brescia  Padania  Two Sicilies 0 – 0 (3–1 pk) 30-04-2009 Darfo Boario Terme, Brescia US Darfo Boario SSD  Padania 0–0 19-11-2008 Treviso  Padania NK Zagreb 2–1 13-07-2008  Padania  Arameans Suryoye 2–0 12-07-2008 2008 VIVA World Cup – Sápmi  Padania  Arameans Suryoye 4–1 11-07-2008 2008 VIVA World Cup – Sápmi  Sápmi  Padania 0–2 09-07-2008 2008 VIVA World Cup – Sápmi  Padania  Iraqi Kurdistan 2–1 10-07-2008 2008 VIVA World Cup – Sápmi  Padania  Provence 6–1 07-05-2008 Arena Civica (Milan)  Padania  Tibet 13–2 18-06-2000 Monza  Padania  England All Stars 1 – 1 (2–4 pk) 04-07-1999 St. Pierre (Aosta Valley) Arpitania  Padania 2–1 23-06-1999 Lecco  Padania Olimpija Ljubljana 0 – 0 (5–4 pk) 05-04-1999 Corte Franca Franciacorta  Padania 3 – 3 (7–8 pk) 18-07-1998 Bassano del Grappa  Padania  South Tyrol 12–0 07-06-1998 Marnaz (Savoy)  Savoy  Padania 3 – 3 (8–7 pk) 24-05-1998 Alassio  Padania Còsta Azzura/Côte d'Azur 4–1 13-04-1998 Broni Oltrepò  Padania 1–0 22-03-1998 Stadio F. Ossola (Varese)  Padania Ausonia 3–0 01-03-1998 Benevento Ausonia  Padania 2–0 Squad Team for VIVA World Cup 2008. 0#0 Pos. Player Date of Birth (Age) Caps Goals Club 1 GK Lorenzo Carlo Colombo 26 April 1987 - U.S. Inveruno 12 GK Mattia Pedersoli 25 May 1987 1 A.C. Rodengo Saiano 2 DF Edoardo Brivio 6 February 1971 U.S. Calcio Caravaggese 3 DF Pietro Bulleri 14 September 1989 Vicenza Calcio 6 DF Luca Cataldo 27 July 1979 Vigevano Calcio 9 DF Lorenzo Paolo Cresta 19 March 1980 Pol. Val di Sangro 10 DF Alessandro dal Canto 10 March 1975 Treviso F.B.C. 1993 19 DF Stefano Tignonsini 25 November 1981 A.C. Rodengo Saiano 20 DF Silvio Toniolo 10 February 1974 Villorba Calcio 4 MF Massimiliano Caldi 17 October 1980 Ortonovo Calcio 22 MF Marco Capelli 19 May 1976 1 U.S. Caratese 5 MF Davide Casati 8 June 1973 Rhodense 7 MF Alberto Colombo 24 February 1974 1 A.S.D. Sottomarina 14 MF Giuliano Gentilini 4 September 1970 1 Bra Calcio 15 MF Giordan Ligarotti 13 February 1983 4 A.C. Este 16 MF Damiano Micheli 11 April 1987 Verbano Calcio 18 MF Massimiliano Scaglia 21 May 1977 Treviso F.B.C. 1993 8 FW Michele Cossato 28 April 1970 3 S.S.D. Domegliara 11 FW Andrea D'Alessandro 22 August 1985 2 A.C.D. Rivoli 13 FW Giacomo Ferrari 6 December 1967 1 2 U.S. Calcio Caravaggese 17 FW Stefano Salandra 28 June 1980 4 U.S.C. Colognese 21 FW Federico Cossato 7 August 1972 A.C. ChievoVerona Recent call-ups 0#0 Pos. Player Date of Birth (Age) Caps Goals Club 2 MF Federico Bigatti 22 October 1981 1 1 A.C. Salò 3 DF Carmelo Dato 25 February 1974 1 1 U.S. Sestese Calcio 4 MF Marco Capelli 19 May 1976 1 5 MF Giampietro Piovani 12 June 1968 1 1 A.C. Rodengo Saiano 6 DF Ermanno Leoni 29 May 1981 1 A.C. Salò 7 MF Oreste Didonè 16 July 1967 1 8 MF Carlo Nervo 19 October 1971 1 9 DF Cristiano Pavone 28 June 1972 1 10 FW Maurizio Ganz 13 October 1968 1 3 11 FW Claudio Cecchini 8 February 1968 1 4 13 MF Fabian Natale Valtolina 10 June 1971 1 1 16 FW Giovanni Ferrari 6 December 1967 1 1 17 FW Angelo Galbiati 1 1 References ^ a b "A luglio in Lapponia il Viva World Cup: partecipa la nostra rappresentativa. Siegel e Caldi alla guida della Lega Federale Calcio Padania" (in Italian). Padania Online. 2008-03-07. http://www.lapadania.com/PadaniaOnLine/Articolo.aspx?pDesc=86764,1,1. Retrieved 2008-03-12. [dead link] v · d · eInternational association football FIFA · World Cup · Confederations Cup · U-20 World Cup · U-17 World Cup · Olympics · Asian Games · All-Africa Games · Pan American Games · Minor tournaments · World Rankings · Player of the Year · FIFA Ballon d'Or · Teams · Debuts · Competitions · Federations · Codes Asia AFC – Asian Cup Africa CAF – Africa Cup of Nations North, Central America and Caribbean CONCACAF – Gold Cup South America CONMEBOL – Copa América Oceania OFC – Nations Cup Europe UEFA – European Championship Non-FIFA NF-Board · IGA · MFA – Viva World Cup · Island Games v · d · eVIVA World Cup Competitors Assyrian · Gozo · Iraqi Kurdistan · Monaco* · Occitania · Padania · Provence · Sápmi · Two Sicilies * No longer N.F Board affiliated v · d · ePadania squad – 2008 VIVA World Cup Winners (1st Title) 1 L.Colombo • 2 Brivio • 3 Bulleri • 4 Caldi • 5 Casati • 6 Cataldo • 7 A.Colombo • 8 M.Cossato • 9 Cresta • 10 dal Canto • 11 D'Alessandro • 12 Pedersoli • 13 Ferrari • 14 Gentilini • 15 Ligarotti • 16 Micheli • 17 Salandra • 18 Scaglia • 19 Tignonsini • 20 Toniolo • 21 F.Cossato • 22 Capelli • Coach: Siegel