U.S. Bitonto

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Bitonto
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Full nameUnione Sportiva Bitonto
Founded1921
Ground Stadio Città degli Ulivi,
Bitonto, Italy
Capacity2,000
Chairman Francesco Paolo Noviello
ManagerRoberto Taurino
League Serie D/H
2017–18 Eccellenza Apulia, 4th (promoted)

Unione Sportiva Bitonto is an Italian association football club located in Bitonto, Apulia. It currently plays in Serie D. Its colors are black and green.

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