Serie A

Serie A

Italian First Division

Classification
Club P J V D L
1 Inter Inter
85 35 26 7 2
2 Napoli Napoli
70 35 22 4 9
3 Atalanta Atalanta
69 34 20 9 5
4 Juventus Juventus
69 34 20 9 5
5 Milan Milan
69 34 21 6 7
6 Lazio Lazio
64 34 20 4 10
7 Roma Roma
55 34 16 7 11
8 Sassuolo Calcio Sassuolo Calcio
53 34 14 11 9
9 Sampdoria Sampdoria
45 35 13 6 16
10 Hellas Verona Hellas Verona
42 34 11 9 14
11 Udinese Udinese
40 35 10 10 15
12 Bologna Bologna
40 35 10 10 15
13 Fiorentina Fiorentina
38 35 9 11 15
14 Genoa Genoa
36 34 8 12 14
15 Torino Torino
34 33 7 13 13
16 Spezia Spezia
34 35 8 10 17
17 Cagliari Cagliari
32 34 8 8 18
18 Benevento Benevento
31 34 7 10 17
19 Parma Parma
20 34 3 11 20
20 Crotone Crotone
18 34 5 3 26
Información

The Serie A Italian, known as "Calcio" is the most important and top-class competition in Italy. It is considered the third best league in Europe today. In 1898 the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) was founded and in 1929 the first championship of the Serie A Italiana was played. The top 3 club with the most championships won is Juventus Football Club with 35 titles, Inter Milan and Milan with 18 titles.

COMPETITION RULES

The championship is defined with round-trip matches between all clubs. At the end of the tournament, the Italian club with the most points is the champion of the Italian league and receiving the Scudetto. The top 4 finishers of the Serie A choose to play in the next season of the UEFA Champions League. The fifth and sixth qualifiers choose to play in the next season of the Europa League or UEFA Cup. The seventh place plays the Intertoto Cup.

Información

The Serie A Italian, known as "Calcio" is the most important and top-class competition in Italy. It is considered the third best league in Europe today. In 1898 the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) was founded and in 1929 the first championship of the Serie A Italiana was played. The top 3 club with the most championships won is Juventus Football Club with 35 titles, Inter Milan and Milan with 18 titles.

COMPETITION RULES

The championship is defined with round-trip matches between all clubs. At the end of the tournament, the Italian club with the most points is the champion of the Italian league and receiving the Scudetto. The top 4 finishers of the Serie A choose to play in the next season of the UEFA Champions League. The fifth and sixth qualifiers choose to play in the next season of the Europa League or UEFA Cup. The seventh place plays the Intertoto Cup.

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