2007–08 Eccellenza season

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This is a list of division winners and playoff matches in the regionally organized Eccellenza 2007–2008, which is the 6th level of Italian football. A total of 36 teams are promoted to Serie D for the 2008–09 season. The first-placed team from each of the 28 divisions is promoted directly. The seven winners of the national playoffs are also promoted. Finally, the 36th spot is reserved for the winner of the Coppa Italia Dilettanti. This year, the winner was Hinterreggio, which also won direct promotion as divisional winner in the region of Calabria, thus Pro Settimo & Eureka won promotion as Coppa Italia Dilettanti runners-up.

Division winners[edit]

Region/Division Winners
1 Abruzzo Chieti[1]
2 Basilicata Sporting Genzano[2]
3 Calabria Hinterreggio[3]
4 Campania – A Pianura[4]
5 Campania – B Vico Equense[4]
6 Emilia-Romagna – A Fiorenzuola[5]
7 Emilia-Romagna – B Comacchio Lidi[5]
8 Friuli-Venezia Giulia Pordenone[6]
9 Lazio – A Civitavecchia[7]
10 Lazio – B Gaeta[7]
11 Liguria Virtus Entella[8]
12 Lombardy – A Casteggio Broni[9]
13 Lombardy – B AlzanoCene[9]
14 Lombardy – C Nuova Verolese[9]
15 Marche Elpidiense Cascinare[10]
16 Molise Atletico Trivento[11]
17 Piedmont & Aosta Valley – A Valle d'Aosta[12]
18 Piedmont & Aosta Valley – B Albese[12]
19 Apulia Francavilla[13]
20 Sardinia Budoni[14]
21 Sicily – A Nissa[15]
22 Sicily – B Castiglione[15]
23 Tuscany – A Mobilieri Ponsacco[16]
24 Tuscany – B Calenzano[16]
25 Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol Bolzano[17]
26 Umbria Deruta[18]
27 Veneto – A Somma[19]
28 Veneto – B Sagittaria Julia[19]


Regional playoffs[edit]

A number of playoff tournaments were organized by some Regional Committees in order to choose a team for each of the Eccellenza rounds.

The following Regional Committees decided instead not to organize regional playoffs, instead choosing to directly appoint regular season runners-up for the national playoffs:

  • Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol: Brixen[17]
  • Veneto: Albignasego (A), Edo Mestre (B)[19]
  • Friuli-Venezia Giulia: Manzanese[6]
  • Lazio: Aprilia (A), Boville Ernica[20] (B)[7]
  • Abruzzo: Casoli[1]

Piedmont & Valle d'Aosta[edit]

Girone A[12]
Girone B[12]

Lombardy[edit]

Girone A[9]
Girone B[9]
Girone C[9]

Tuscany[edit]

Girone A[16]
Girone B[16]

Emilia-Romagna[edit]

Girone A[5]
Girone B[16]

Marche[edit]

[10]

Umbria[edit]

[18]

Molise[edit]

[11]

Campania[edit]

Girone A[4]
Girone B[4]

Apulia[edit]

[13]

Basilicata[edit]

[2]

Calabria[edit]

[3]

Sicily[edit]

Girone A[15]
Girone B[15]

Sardinia[edit]

[14]

Notes[edit]

  • (ag) — Qualified through away goals rule.
  • (b) — Qualified as best-placed team in regular season.

National playoffs[edit]

Rules[edit]

The national playoffs involved a total of 28 teams, respectively the regional playoff winners or the second-placed teams in case regional playoffs were not organized by the correspondent committee. A total of two two-legged rounds are played in order to fill the remaining seven Serie D spots.

First round[edit]

Played on May 25 and June 1[22]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
A Albignasego (Veneto A) 7–5 Folgore Verano (Lombardy B) 2–3 5–2
B Settimo (Piedmont A) 1–0 Edo Mestre (Veneto B) 1–3 0–1
C Airaschese (Piedmont B) 1–2 Manzanese (Friuli V.G.) 1–1 0–1
D Suzzara (Lombardy B) 4–2 Brixen (Trentino A.A.) 1–1 3–1
E Borgorosso Arenzano (Liguria) 2–6 Cantù San Paolo (Lombardy A) 2–2 0–4
F Copparese (Emilia-Romagna B) 5–0 Selargius (Sardinia) 2–0 3–0
G Boville Ernica (Lazio B) (ag, et)1–1 Città di Castello (Umbria) 0–0 1–1
H Casoli (Abruzzo) 3–3
(p)5–4
Pianese (Tuscany B) 2–1 1–2
I Sangimignano (Tuscany A) 4–3 Virtus Pavullese (Emilia-Romagna A) 2–1 2–2
L Aprilia (Lazio A) 4–2 Cingolana (Marche) 2–0 2–2
M Ricigliano (Basilicata) 5–3 SGM Basso Molise (Molise) 3–1 2–2
N Trapani (Sicily A) 3–3
(p)4–2
Bisceglie (Apulia) 2–1 1–2
O Alba Sannio (Campania A) 2–2
(p)4–5
Palazzolo (Sicily B) 1–1 1–1
P Praia (Calabria) 0–1 Battipagliese (Campania B) 0–1 0–0

Second round[edit]

Played on June 8 and 15[22]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
1 Manzanese (Friuli V.G.) 0–3 Suzzara (Lombardy B) 0–2 0–1
2 Edo Mestre (Veneto B) 4–5 Albignasego (Veneto A) 3–2 1–3
3 Cantù San Paolo (Lombardy A) 1–2 Casoli (Abruzzo) 1–1 0–1
4 Sangimignano (Tuscany A) 5–2 Copparese (Emilia-Romagna B) 3–1 2–1
5 Aprilia (Lazio A) 0–2 Boville Ernica (Lazio B) 0–0 0–2
6 Battipagliese (Campania B) 2–4 Palazzolo (Sicily B) 1–0 1–4
7 Ricigliano (Basilicata) 3–9 Trapani (Sicily A) 2–5 1–4

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b "ECCELLENZA ABRUZZO" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  2. ^ a b "ECCELLENZA BASILICATA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  3. ^ a b "ECCELLENZA CALABRIA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  4. ^ a b c d "ECCELLENZA CAMPANIA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  5. ^ a b c "ECCELLENZA EMILIA ROMAGNA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  6. ^ a b "ECCELLENZA FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  7. ^ a b c "ECCELLENZA LAZIO" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  8. ^ "ECCELLENZA LIGURIA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f "ECCELLENZA LOMBARDIA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  10. ^ a b "ECCELLENZA MARCHE" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  11. ^ a b "ECCELLENZA MOLISE" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  12. ^ a b c d "ECCELLENZA PIEMONTE" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  13. ^ a b "ECCELLENZA PUGLIA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  14. ^ a b "ECCELLENZA SARDEGNA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  15. ^ a b c d "ECCELLENZA SICILIA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  16. ^ a b c d e "ECCELLENZA TOSCANA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  17. ^ a b "ECCELLENZA TRENTINO ALTO ADIGE" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-26. 
  18. ^ a b "ECCELLENZA UMBRIA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  19. ^ a b c "ECCELLENZA VENETO" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  20. ^ Won 4–2 a tie-breaker against Formia
  21. ^ did not participate in regional play-offs, already promoted as national Coppa Italia Dilettanti runners-up
  22. ^ a b "SPAREGGI SECONDE ECCELLENZA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2008-06-04.