The Italian Serie A is the highest level football competition in Italy. The winner of the Italian league is awarded the Coppa Campioni d'Italia at the end of the league after beating 19 teams for the race to the championship. Each season according to relegation rules the worst 3 teams go to the Serie B and the best 3 teams from the Serie B are promoted to the Serie A. Each team in the Serie A play a total of 38 games (19 away, 19 home). The most famous teams in the competition are Juventus, Roma, Napoli, Fiorentina, Lazio, Milan, and Internazionale. The competition was formed in 1929, in the early days the Serie A started off with 18 teams and have been fluctuating between 16 to 21 teams over the years, standing at 20 for the past 14 years.
The Serie A is considered one of the most popular leagues in the world and it is televised and watched by over 1.5 billion people per season. The league also holds a high standard of average match attendance with an approximate amount of 24.767 per game, being Inter and Milan the highest among the league with 57K and 51K respectively.
There have been a total of 67 different clubs that have competed in the Serie A. A total of 16 different teams have won the title, with Juventus F.C. being the highest achiever with an absolutely dominant amount of 34 titles, followed by the two-Milan teams, each of them with 18 titles, and other 13 teams with at least one.
The Serie A is televised in more than 50 countries around the world every year and it maintains a contract MP & Silva as the current holder of the global broadcast distributor.
There has been a clear, recent dominance from Juventus winning the last 7 championships in a row.
The manager with the highest number of trophies won has been Giovanni Trapattoni, who won 7 titles between different clubs in his long career. There have been astonishing names in the managers’ list in the history of the league, in the likes of Antonio Conte, Marcello Lippi and many more well-known coaches in the world of football.
The player with the record of most appearances in the league has been Paolo Maldini with a total of 647, Silvio Piola holds the record of goals scored with 274 goals.
Each Serie A team plays a 38-match schedule during the regular season, this doesn't include domestic and international cups for each team. The Serie A regular-season starts at the beginning of August and ends during the month of May. Serie A teams will play each vs their rival teams two times during the regular season, one match at home and one match away and in total, 38 matchdays. Also, the teams will take part in the Italian domestic cups: Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana.
Fans that are looking to buy Italian Serie A tickets can find tickets at an average cost of €105 per ticket, it is also possible to find tickets as low as €40 per ticket for lesser matches. Tickets to see Juventus or derby matches between major club such as Inter Milan vs Ac Milan will cost significantly higher and are expected to exceed this average. The best deals on Serie A ticket prices can be found for the early-season matches and games that take place during the middle of the week where demand for tickets will be a bit lower.
In the table below you can find more information on the top Italian Serie A Stadiums, if you are looking to buy tickets to any one of the Italian Serie A football teams or any other upcoming events that are taking place in each of the venues, then go on and click on either one of the Italian Serie A venue links and you will be able to find a list with all the events that will take place in that Italian Serie A stadium and buy your tickets.
|AC Milan & Inter||San Siro||Milan||80,017||1925|
|Lazio & Roma||Stadio Olimpico Rome||Rome||73,261||1937|
|Napoli||Stadio San Paolo||Naples||60,240||1959|
|Fiorentina||Stadio Artemio Franchi||Florence||47,290||1931|
|Lecce||Stadio Via del Mare||Lecce||40,670||1966|
|Verona & Chievo||Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi||Verona||38,402||1963|
|Bologna||Stadio Renato Dall'Ara||Bologna||38,279||1927|
|Genoa & Sampdoria||Stadio Luigi Ferraris||Genoa||36,703||1911|
|Udinese||Stadio Friuli - Dacia Arena||Udine||30,642||1976|
|Torino||Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino||Turin||28,140||1933|
|Parma||Stadio Ennio Tardini||Parma||27,906||1923|
|Atalanta & AlbinoLeffe||Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia||Bergamo||26,542||1928|
|Sassuolo & Reggiana 1919||Mapei Stadium - Città del Tricolore||Reggio||20,084||1995|
|SPAL||Stadio Paolo Mazza||Ferrara||17,955||1928|
|Brescia||Stadio Mario Rigamonti||Brescia||16,308||1959|
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