Serie A

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The Serie A is a professional league competition for football clubs located at the top of the Italian football league system and the winner is awarded the Scudetto and the Coppa Campioni d'Italia. It has been operating as a round-robin tournament for over ninety years since the 1929–30 season. It had been organized by the Direttorio Divisioni Superiori until 1943 and today by the Lega Calcio.

History[edit | edit source]

Campionato Italiano di Football (1898-1903)[edit | edit source]

Prima Categoria (1903-1922)[edit | edit source]

Prima Divisione (1922-1926)[edit | edit source]

Divisione Nazionale (1926-1929)[edit | edit source]

Serie A (1929-)[edit | edit source]

Champions[edit | edit source]

Campionato Italiano di Football[edit | edit source]

Season Winners Second place
1898 Genoa (1) Internazionale Torino
1899 Genoa (2) Internazionale Torino
1900 Genoa (3) Torinese
1901 Milan (1) Genoa
1902 Genoa (4) Milan
1903 Genoa (5) Juventus


Prima Categoria[edit | edit source]

Year Winners Second place
1904 Genoa (6) Juventus
1905 Juventus (1) Genoa
1906 Milan (2) Juventus
1907 Milan (3) Torino
1908 Pro Vercelli (1) US Milanese
1909 Pro Vercelli (2) US Milanese
1909–10 Inter Milan (1) Pro Vercelli
1910–11 Pro Vercelli (3) Vicenza
1911–12 Pro Vercelli (4) Venezia
1912–13 Pro Vercelli (5) Lazio Roma
1913–14 Casale (1) Lazio Roma
1914–15 Genoa (7)[1]
1915–19
Postponed due to World War I
1919–20 Inter Milan (2) Livorno
1920–21 Pro Vercelli (6) Pisa
1921–22
(FIGC)
Novese (1) Sampierdarenese
  1. Championship unfinished due to WWI, title awarded by the FIGC