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Standing Italy, Serie A
#ClubMWDGP
1InterInter37296287:2093
2AC MilanAC Milan37228773:4674
3JuventusJuventus371814552:3168
4BolognaBologna381814654:3268
5AtalantaAtalanta362061067:3966
6AS RomaAS Roma371891064:4463
7LazioLazio371861348:3860
8FiorentinaFiorentina371691258:4457
9TorinoTorino3713141036:3353
10NapoliNapoli3713131155:4852
11GenoaGenoa3812131345:4549
12MonzaMonza3711121439:4945
13VeronaVerona379101836:4937
14LecceLecce378131632:5437
15CagliariCagliari388121842:6836
16FrosinoneFrosinone378111844:6835
17UdineseUdinese375191336:5334
18EmpoliEmpoli37892027:5333
19SassuoloSassuolo37782242:7429
20SalernitanaSalernitana372102529:7816

Statistics Italy, Serie A

Italy, Serie A

Since its foundation in 1898 to the present day, the Italian football championship Serie A has been a league where the dominant forces are often changed due to the quality of the teams. From Van Basten's Milan to Del Piero's Juventus, from Maradona's Napoli to Mourinho's Inter the Serie A has had many great teams throughout the years. The competitive nature of the Italian league had been shaded by Juventus' dominance in the 10s years of the 21st century but in the last 4 years, we have seen a step back to the basics in the Italian peninsula - Napoli, Milan, Inter and Juventus won the last 4 titles.

Serie A's historical records include a lot more than the football giants nowadays. For example, Genoa, which is currently not among the best teams in the country, has won the league, not once or twice, but as many as 9 times (the last time was in the season 1923/ 24). Moreover, Genoa is one of the few times that have won Serie A in almost all formats of the competition.

For 6 seasons until 1903, the name of the competition was Campeonato Italiano di Futbol.  Subsequently, different names have taken turns for the different league formats  - "Prima Categoria", "Prima Divisione" and "Divisione Nazionale". The last change of the league name came in the 1929/30 season when the "Serie A" officially became the highest tier of Italian football. 

The championship's top scorer became no other player but the emblematic Inter footballer - Giuseppe Meazza. The Serie A has always been a magnet for football stars, and some of the greatest footballers of all time have been part of the Serie A's magic - Diego Maradona, Marco Van Basten, Oliver Birkhoff, Michel Platini, Gabriel Batistuta, Alessandro Del Piero, Paolo Rossi, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Cristiano Ronaldo. Each of them won the top goalscorer prize and left a mark in the history of Italian football.

Serie A Statistics:

A team with most titles - Juventus (36) 

A player with most goals - Silvio Piola (274) 

A player with most matches -  Gianluigi Buffon (657)

Most expensive incoming transfer - Cristiano Ronaldo (€117 million from Real Madrid to Juventus in 2018)

Most expensive outgoing transfer - Romelu Lukaku (€113 million from Inter to Chelsea in 2021)

Topscorers Italy, Serie A
#NameClubCountryAgeMatchesGoalsYC YCRC RC
1.V. OsimhenNapoliNapoli24322640
2.G. LapadulaCagliariCagliari33412550
3.L. MartínezInterInter25382130
4.B. DiaSalernitanaSalernitana26331640
5.Rafael LeãoAC MilanAC Milan24351560

Topscorers in Italy, Serie A

Clubs in Italy, Serie A
Upcoming matches and predictions
Date/timeLeagueP.1X2U2.5O2.5
25.05.2024 17:00MonzaJuventusJuventus:MonzaMonza11.355.258.002.201.60
25.05.2024 19:45SalernitanaAC MilanAC Milan:SalernitanaSalernitana11.168.2515.003.751.25
25.05.2024 23:00TorinoAtalantaAtalanta:TorinoTorinoU2.52.153.603.251.831.90
25.05.2024 23:00AS RomaEmpoliEmpoli:AS RomaAS RomaO2.51.953.903.601.901.83
25.05.2024 23:00UdineseFrosinoneFrosinone:UdineseUdineseO2.52.253.752.951.901.83
25.05.2024 23:00InterVeronaVerona:InterInter25.254.401.582.101.70
25.05.2024 23:00SassuoloLazioLazio:SassuoloSassuolo11.326.008.002.601.45
25.05.2024 23:00LecceNapoliNapoli:LecceLecce11.425.006.752.351.55
Latest matches for Italy, Serie A
Date/timeLeagueP.1X2U2.5O2.5
24.05.2024 19:45BolognaGenoaGenoa2:0BolognaBolognaU2.53.403.302.201.702.10
23.05.2024 19:45FiorentinaCagliariCagliari2:3FiorentinaFiorentinaO2.54.503.901.752.201.60
20.05.2024 19:45JuventusBolognaBologna3:3JuventusJuventusU2.52.603.152.901.602.20
20.05.2024 17:30VeronaSalernitanaSalernitana1:2VeronaVerona25.253.901.651.901.83
19.05.2024 19:45GenoaAS RomaAS Roma1:0GenoaGenoa11.454.507.252.001.75
19.05.2024 17:00LazioInterInter1:1LazioLazio11.654.105.002.101.70
19.05.2024 14:00FrosinoneMonzaMonza0:1FrosinoneFrosinoneO2.53.003.502.302.101.70
19.05.2024 14:00EmpoliUdineseUdinese1:1EmpoliEmpoliU2.51.953.304.301.602.20
19.05.2024 11:30CagliariSassuoloSassuolo0:2CagliariCagliariO2.52.353.403.001.951.80
18.05.2024 19:45AC MilanTorinoTorino3:1AC MilanAC MilanU2.52.803.202.651.702.10
Frequently asked questions

How many teams are part of the Serie A?

The current Serie A format includes 20 teams. The three teams finished bottom go down to Serie B, and three clubs from Serie B are promoted to Serie A.

Which are the current Serie A champions?

Napoli won Serie A in season 2022/2023, which is their third championship title.

Which is the club with the most Serie A titles?

Juventus have 36 Serie A titles. In the 10s of the 21st century, “the Old Lady” won the title in 9 consecutive seasons.

Who was last season's Serie A’s top goalscorer?

The Napoli Nigerian central forward Victor Osimhen scored 26 goals in the season 2022/2023 and won the Golden Boot in Serie A.

Who is the all-time Serie A’s top goalscorer?

Silvio Piola, who played for Lazio, Juventus, and Novara in the middle of the 20th century, set the record for most Serie A goals scoring 274 times in the competition.

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