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Pomezia Pomezia () is a municipality ("comune") in the Metropolitan City of Rome, Lazio, central Italy. In 2009 it had a population of about 60,000.
Pomezia "Pratica di Mare" is the "frazione" of Pomezia where the ruins of the ancient port of Lavinium are located, now from the Tyrrhenian Sea. The ancient community was on some hilly ground at the mouth of a stream. Currently the flat alluvial sediment between the hill and the beach is occupied by Pratica di Mare Air Force Base, a facility of the Aeronautica Militare that also finds great utility as a secure airport and a location for air shows and races.
Pomezia The most popular sport in Pomezia is football (soccer). The oldest and the biggest football club in the "comune" is Pomezia Calcio, that plays in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione.
Pomezia The name of Pomezia comes from the Latin city of Suessa Pometia, although it is unknown where Pometia was located.
Pomezia The town was built entirely new near the location of ancient Lavinium on land resulting from the final reclamation of the Pontine Marshes under Benito Mussolini, being inaugurated on 29 October 1939. Its new population was extracted from the poor peasants of Romagna, Veneto and Friuli. Peace did not last long. After being occupied by the forces of the Third Reich, Pomezia was heavily bombed during the Battle of Anzio in World War II. After the end of the war, Pomezia developed as a strong industrial center, especially in the medical and pharmaceutical sectors, as well as a recreational center. It is also home to the production plant of Italian food company Colavita.
History of Pomezia Calcio The history of Pomezia Calcio has covered 55 years of the football from the club based in Pomezia, Lazio. It was an Italian association football club, founded in 1957. The club retired in 2012.
History of Pomezia Calcio Its colors were red and blue and its symbol was the dragon.
History of Pomezia Calcio It played at the Stadio Comunale, in Pomezia, Italy with a capacity of 2,500.
History of Pomezia Calcio Pomezia Calcio played in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione for the first time in the 2010-11 season after placing third in Serie D 2009-10 and was rescued. This was the second consecutive promotion. But on 4 May 2011, for false documents submitted to the repechage, Pomezia Calcio was relegated by the "Corte di Giustizia Federale of FIGC" to last place of the league, causing the team to play the next season in Serie D.
History of Pomezia Calcio The club was formed in 1957 from the merger between "A.S. Pomezia" (1949) and "Virtus Pomezia" (1956).