The Biancorossi, whose Stadio Sandro Cabassi ground holds only 4,144 supporters,??have led the Serie B table for most of the current campaign and a goalless draw at??home to Bari on Tuesday night confirmed their ascent to the top flight.
Capri reformed??following bankruptcy just 15 years ago, and the club won promotion from Serie D – a semi-professional division – only five??years ago.
Fabrizio Castori’s men, assembled on a budget understood to be in the region of 3m Euros, will tackle the likes of Juventus, AC Milan and Roma in??2015-16.