1966–67 Serie C

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The 1966–67 Serie C was the twenty-ninth tournament of this Italian Association Football competition.

Girone A[edit]

P
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Promotion or relegation
1. Monza 34 20 10 4 56 18 +38 50[1] Promoted to Serie B
2. Como 34 19 12 3 53 19 +34 50
3. Treviso 34 16 12 6 38 33 +5 44
4. Udinese 34 14 12 8 44 34 +10 40
5. Biellese 34 12 13 9 30 32 -2 37
6. Verbania 34 13 10 11 31 30 +1 36
7. Legnano 34 13 8 13 52 44 +8 34
8. Trevigliese 34 13 7 14 37 36 +1 33
9. Rapallo Ruentes 34 10 13 11 25 26 -1 33
10. Solbiatese 34 11 10 13 27 26 +1 32
11. Pro Patria 34 11 10 13 41 42 -1 32
12. Marzotto 34 10 11 13 30 35 –5 31
13. Piacenza 34 10 11 13 28 34 –6 31
14. Monfalcone 34 9 13 12 26 39 –13 31
15. Entella 34 7 15 12 22 30 -8 29
16. Triestina 34 5 17 12 19 35 –16 27
17. Mestrina 34 7 11 16 17 29 –12 25[2]
18. Cremonese 34 6 5 23 26 60 –34 17 Relegated to Serie D

Girone B[edit]

P
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Promotion or relegation
1. Perugia 34 16 14 4 40 22 +18 46 Promoted to Serie B
2. Maceratese 34 17 11 6 34 22 +12 45
3. Cesena 34 15 10 9 43 29 +14 40
4. Prato 34 14 12 8 37 24 +13 40
5. Spezia 34 13 14 7 28 21 +7 40
6. Anconitana 34 13 12 9 29 27 +2 38
7. Massese 34 11 14 9 34 26 +8 36
8. Ternana 34 9 17 8 24 23 +1 35
9. Sambenedettese 34 9 14 11 29 31 -2 32
10. Carrarese 34 10 11 13 22 27 -5 31
11. Torres 34 9 12 13 21 26 -5 30
12. Empoli 34 11 8 15 27 33 –6 30
13. Rimini 34 11 8 15 17 24 –7 30
14. Siena 34 9 11 14 29 35 -6 29
15. Pistoiese 34 8 13 13 35 48 –13 29
16. Ravenna 34 9 10 15 37 43 –6 28
17. Jesi 34 8 12 14 38 35 –7 28[3]
18. Vis Pesaro 34 5 15 14 9 27 –18 25[2]

Girone C[edit]

P
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Promotion or relegation
1. Bari 34 17 14 3 38 14 +24 48 Promoted to Serie B
2. Avellino 34 16 9 9 43 23 +20 41
3. Taranto 34 14 10 10 33 24 +9 38
4. Casertana 34 14 10 10 32 28 +4 38
5. Barletta 34 15 7 12 34 31 +3 37
6. Pescara 34 15 6 13 33 29 +4 36
7. Cosenza 34 13 9 12 31 26 +5 35
8. Trapani 34 11 12 11 31 29 +2 34
9. Lecce 34 10 13 11 30 27 +3 33
10. Del Duca Ascoli 34 13 6 15 28 30 -2 32
11. Massiminiana 34 10 12 12 25 29 –4 32
12. Nardò 34 10 11 13 23 28 –5 31
13. L'Aquila 34 10 11 13 22 29 –7 31
14. Trani 34 9 13 12 40 49 –9 31
15. Akragas 34 11 8 15 25 40 –15 30
16. Siracusa 34 11 7 16 29 35 -6 30
17. Crotone 34 11 7 16 29 35 –6 29[2]
18. Frosinone 34 9 8 17 23 37 –14 26 Relegated to Serie D

References and sources[edit]

  • Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio – La Storia 1898–2004, Panini Edizioni, Modena, September 2005

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Promoted after play-off match in Bergamo: Como-Monza 0-1
  2. ^ a b c Relegated and later readmitted to Serie C.
  3. ^ Relegated aftr play-off match in Riccione: Jesi-Ravenna 0-1. Later readmitted to Serie C.