1947–48 Serie C

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The Serie C 1947-1948 was the tenth tournament of this Italian Association Football competition.

As the previous edition, it was divided into three independent leagues: the Northern, the Central and the Southern League. In order to reduce the number of teams in Serie B and Serie C, there were no promotions and most of the teams were relegated to the newly created Promozione, while the worst teams of every group would be relegated to Prima Divisione. Promozione would be organized by the three interregional leagues again, while the new Serie C will become the third division of the Football League.

Legend[edit]

Relegated to Promozione Relegated to Prima Divisione

Northern Italy[edit]

The Central League was a championship with 144 clubs. All group winners would be promoted to the new Third Series of the Football League, while the last five clubs of each group would be relegated into the regional leagues.

In summer 1948 the FIGC decided that all the runners-up and some historically strongest followers would be admitted into the Football League, while only the last three clubs of each group would be relegated into the regional leagues.

Central Italy[edit]

The Central League was a championship with 96 clubs. All group winners and best runners-up would be promoted to the new Third Series of the Football League, while the last five clubs of each group would be relegated into the regional leagues.

In summer 1948 the FIGC decided that all the runners-up and some historically strongest followers would be admitted into the Football League, while best clubs relegated into the regional leagues could pay a re-admittance into the Central League.

Southern Italy[edit]

The Southern League was a championship with 48 clubs. All group winners and best runners-up would be promoted to the new Third Series of the Football League, while the last five clubs of each group would be relegated into the regional leagues.

In summer 1948 the FIGC decided that all the runners-up and all third placed clubs and some historically strongest followers would be admitted into the Football League, while all clubs relegated into the regional leagues could pay a re-admittance into the Southern League.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Disbanded after the end of the season.
  2. ^ a b Lavagnese renounced to play in the new Serie C and was relegated in place of Pavia.
  3. ^ Re-admitted into the League instead of Canelli for longtime activity.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l 1 point deducted.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v Went bankrupt.
  6. ^ Re-admitted into the League instead of Volpianese.
  7. ^ Re-admitted into the League instead of Juve Domo.
  8. ^ Re-admitted into the League instead of Medese.
  9. ^ Finally disbanded after this season.
  10. ^ Re-admitted into the League instead of ROL Milan.
  11. ^ Montagnana was relegated to Prima Divisione after a tie-breaker with Sambonifacese (Montagnana-Sambonifacese 2-3), but was later admitted to Promozione after Villafranca renounced.
  12. ^ Cologna Veneta was demoted to the last place because of incidents in the match Cologna Veneta-Marzotto.
  13. ^ Gonzaga won a relegation tie-break against Ferrovieri, but they later financially collapsed.
  14. ^ a b c d e f g h Re-admitted into the League.
  15. ^ Fucecchio won a promotion tie-breaker against Monsummanese. However, they both were later admitted into the Football League by the FIGC.
  16. ^ Carbosarda won a promotion tournament against Civitavecchiese and San Lorenzo.
  17. ^ Giulianova disqualified from the championship and relegated to Prima Divisione because of incidents in the match with Fermana.
  18. ^ Potenza was relegated and later readmitted to Serie C.
  19. ^ a b Retired during the championship.
  20. ^ Cantieri Navali renounced to play in Prima Divisione and disbanded.