List of A.C. Milan seasons

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Associazione Calcio Milan are an Italian professional football club based in Milan, Lombardy, who currently play in the Serie A. This list details Milan's achievements in major competitions, together with the top scorers for each season.

The club has won the Scudetto eighteen times, the Coppa Italia five times, the Supercoppa Italiana a record five times, the European Cup seven times, the Cup Winners' Cup twice and the European Super Cup a record five times.[1]

History[edit]

Milan were formed in 1899. In 1901, in only their second season, they won their first title. Two more followed in 1906 and 1907; this was their last success until the 1950–51 season, when they regained the league title after 44 years.

The club first participated in official European competitions during the 1955–56 season, entering the inaugural edition of the European Cup, a trophy that they won for the first time seven years later, in 1963. They kept proving successful during the 1960s, as they won their first Coppa Italia in 1967, their first Cup Winners' Cup the following year and their first Intercontinental Cup in 1969.

In the 1979–80 season, Milan got relegated for the first time in their history, following a match-fixing scandal. By the end of the 1980s, the club had managed to become successful again and, in the 1991–92 season, they went on to win the championship unbeaten (a feature that was never achieved before in Serie A). This was the first of three straight titles, and in the 1993–94 season, they also recorded their first European Double.

After their success in the 2007 FIFA Club World Cup, Milan became the most titled club in the world (along with Boca Juniors), having won 18 officially recognized international titles.

Key[edit]

Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated

Division shown in bold to indicate a change in division.
Top scorers shown in bold are players who were also top scorers in their division that season.

Seasons[edit]

Season League[A] Cup[B] Europe / Other Top goalscorer(s)[2][C]
Division P W D L GF GA Pts Pos Name Goals
1899–1900 Reg qualified as the only participant n/a none
Fed 1 0 0 1 0 3 n/a 3rd
1900–01 Reg 1 1 0 0 2 0 n/a Ettore Negretti 4
Fed 2 2 0 0 6 2 n/a 1st
1901–02 Reg qualified as the title holder n/a none
Fed 1 0 0 1 0 2 n/a 2nd
1902–03 Fed 1 0 0 1 0 2 n/a 3rd n/a none
1903–04 Reg 1 1 0 0 1 0 n/a Herbert Kilpin
Umberto Scotti
1
Cat 1 2 0 1 1 1 4 n/a 3rd
1904–05 Reg 2 0 1 1 9 10 n/a
Cat 1 did not qualify
1905–06 Reg 2 2 0 0 6 4 n/a Guido Pedroni 3
Cat 1 4 2 1 1 6 4 5 1st[D]
1906–07 Reg 2 2 0 0 7 0 n/a Hans Walter Imhoff 5
Cat 1 4 2 2 0 10 3 6 1st
1907–08 did not enter [E] n/a none
1908–09 Reg 2 1 0 1 4 5 2 2nd Max Laich
Pietro Lana
Marco Sala
Attilio Trerè
1
Cat 1 did not qualify
1909–10 Cat 1 16 6 1 9 23 36 13 6th
1910–11 Cat 1 16 10 2 4 44 19 22 2nd Louis Van Hege 19
1911–12 Cat 1 18 14 3 1 60 10 31 2nd Aldo Cevenini
Louis Van Hege
18
1912–13 Reg 10 9 0 1 30 8 18 1st Louis Van Hege 17
Cat 1 10 5 2 3 21 10 12 3rd
1913–14 Reg 18 11 4 3 58 19 26 3rd Louis Van Hege 21
Cat 1 did not qualify
1914–15 Reg 10 9 1 0 52 3 19 1st Louis Van Hege 22
Cat 1 6 4 1 1 9 6 9 1st
5 0 3 2 4 9 3 4th[F]
1915–16 not held Coppa Federale W Aldo Cevenini 10
No competitive football was played between 1916 and 1919 due to the First World War
1919–20 Reg 10 10 0 0 43 8 20 1st Amedeo Varese 24
Cat 1 10 4 1 5 13 16 9 4th
did not qualify to final round
1920–21 Reg 6 5 1 0 21 5 11 1st Armando Bellolio 12
10 3 2 5 14 11 8 4th
Cat 1 6 0 1 5 8 18 1 4th
did not qualify to final round
1921–22 Div 1 22 7 4 11 29 36 18 9th DNE Venerino Papa 11
1922–23 Div 1 22 8 10 4 32 28 26 4th Giuseppe Santagostino 11
1923–24 Div 1 22 7 5 10 38 44 19 8th Giuseppe Santagostino 14
1924–25 Div 1 24 10 1 13 45 51 21 8th Rodolfo Ostromann 16
1925–26 Div 1 22 10 2 10 43 39 22 7th Karl Muller 12
1926–27 Div N 18 11 2 5 41 27 24 2nd R32[G] Alessandro Savelli 11
10 2 2 6 13 25 6 6th
1927–28 Div N 20 10 6 4 35 23 26 4th Pietro Pastore 13
14 5 4 5 21 24 14 6th
1928–29 Div N 30 18 6 6 77 34 42 2nd Pietro Pastore 27
1929–30 Serie A 34 11 10 13 52 48 32 11th Giuseppe Santagostino 12
1930–31 Serie A 34 12 7 15 48 53 31 12th Giuseppe Santagostino 11
1931–32 Serie A 34 15 9 10 57 40 39 4th Pietro Pastore 13
1932–33 Serie A 34 11 10 13 57 62 32 11th Mario Romani 19
1933–34 Serie A 34 12 9 13 50 49 33 9th Pietro Arcari 16
1934–35 Serie A 30 8 11 11 36 38 27 10th Giovanni Moretti 10
1935–36 Serie A 30 10 8 12 40 41 28 8th SF Pietro Arcari
Giovanni Moretti
11
1936–37 Serie A 30 13 10 7 39 29 36 4th SF Aldo Boffi 15
1937–38 Serie A 30 13 12 5 43 27 38 3rd SF Mitropa Cup R16 Aldo Boffi 18
1938–39 Serie A 30 10 8 12 43 36 28 9th SF Aldo Boffi[H] 21[I]
1939–40 Serie A 30 10 8 12 46 38 28 8th R16 Aldo Boffi 24[J]
1940–41 Serie A 30 12 10 8 55 34 34 3rd R16 Aldo Boffi 18
1941–42 Serie A 30 10 7 13 53 53 27 10th RU Aldo Boffi 28[K]
1942–43 Serie A 30 10 9 11 39 44 29 6th QF Gino Cappello 10
1943–44 not held Campionato
Alta Italia
Reg Walter Del Medico
Romano Penzo
5
No competitive football was played between 1944 and 1945 due to the Second World War
1945–46 Reg 26 12 6 8 38 36 30 4th[L] Héctor Puricelli 17
Div N 14 7 2 5 25 16 16 3rd
1946–47 Serie A 38 19 12 7 75 52 50 4th Héctor Puricelli 21
1947–48 Serie A 40 21 7 12 76 48 49 2nd Héctor Puricelli 17
1948–49 Serie A 38 21 8 9 83 52 50 3rd Riccardo Carapellese 18
1949–50 Serie A 38 27 3 8 118 45 57 2nd Gunnar Nordahl 35
1950–51 Serie A 38 26 8 4 107 39 60 1st Latin Cup W Gunnar Nordahl 38[M]
1951–52 Serie A 38 20 13 5 87 41 53 2nd Gunnar Nordahl 26
1952–53 Serie A 34 17 9 8 64 34 43 3rd Latin Cup RU Gunnar Nordahl 28[N]
1953–54 Serie A 34 17 10 7 66 39 44 3rd Gunnar Nordahl 23
1954–55 Serie A 34 19 10 5 81 35 48 1st Latin Cup 3rd Gunnar Nordahl 27[N]
1955–56 Serie A 34 16 9 9 70 48 41 2nd European Cup SF Gunnar Nordahl 27
Latin Cup W
1956–57 Serie A 34 21 6 7 65 40 48 1st Latin Cup 3rd Gastone Bean 17
1957–58 Serie A 34 9 14 11 61 47 32 9th QF[O] European Cup RU Carlo Galli 20
1958–59 Serie A 34 20 12 2 84 32 52 1st R16 Friendship Cup [P] n/a José Altafini 32
1959–60 Serie A 34 17 10 7 56 37 44 3rd R2 European Cup R16 José Altafini 28
Friendship Cup [P] n/a
1960–61 Serie A 34 18 9 7 65 39 45 2nd R16 Friendship Cup [P] n/a José Altafini 26
1961–62 Serie A 34 24 5 5 83 36 53 1st R32 Fairs Cup R1 José Altafini[Q] 22
Friendship Cup SF
1962–63 Serie A 34 15 13 6 53 27 43 3rd R16 European Cup W José Altafini 31
Friendship Cup RU
1963–64 Serie A 34 21 9 4 58 28 51 3rd QF European Cup QF José Altafini 18
Intercontinental Cup RU
1964–65 Serie A 34 21 9 4 52 23 51 2nd R1 Fairs Cup R1 Amarildo 15
1965–66 Serie A 34 13 12 9 43 44 38 7th QF Fairs Cup R16 Angelo Sormani 24
1966–67 Serie A 34 11 15 8 36 32 37 8th W Mitropa Cup R16 Gianni Rivera 19
Coppa delle Alpi 6th
1967–68 Serie A 30 18 10 2 53 24 46 1st RU Cup Winners' Cup W Pierino Prati 22[R]
1968–69 Serie A 30 14 13 3 31 12 41 3rd QF European Cup W Pierino Prati 21
1969–70 Serie A 30 13 10 7 38 24 36 4th Grp European Cup R16 Pierino Prati 17
Intercontinental Cup W
1970–71 Serie A 30 15 12 3 54 26 42 2nd RU Pierino Prati 22
1971–72 Serie A 30 16 10 4 36 17 42 2nd W UEFA Cup SF Albertino Bigon 19
1972–73 Serie A 30 18 8 4 65 33 44 2nd W Cup Winners' Cup W Luciano Chiarugi
Gianni Rivera[S]
22
20[T]
1973–74 Serie A 30 11 8 11 34 36 30 7th Grp Cup Winners' Cup RU Luciano Chiarugi 17
European Super Cup RU
1974–75 Serie A 30 12 12 6 37 22 36 5th RU Egidio Calloni 17
1975–76 Serie A 30 18 8 7 42 28 38 3rd Grp UEFA Cup QF Egidio Calloni 19
1976–77 Serie A 30 5 17 8 37 30 33 10th W UEFA Cup R16 Egidio Calloni 15
1977–78 Serie A 30 12 13 5 38 25 37 4th Grp Cup Winners' Cup R1 Aldo Maldera 8
1978–79 Serie A 30 17 10 3 46 19 44 1st Grp UEFA Cup R16 Albertino Bigon 17
1979–80 Serie A 30 14 8 8 34 19 36 3rd[U] QF European Cup R1 Stefano Chiodi 11
1980–81 Serie B 38 18 14 6 49 29 50 1st Grp Roberto Antonelli 15
1981–82 Serie A 30 7 10 13 21 31 24 14th Grp Mitropa Cup W Roberto Antonelli
Joe Jordan
6
1982–83 Serie B 38 19 16 3 77 36 54 1st QF Joe Jordan
Aldo Serena
14
1983–84 Serie A 30 10 12 8 37 40 32 6th QF Oscar Damiani 11
1984–85 Serie A 30 12 12 6 31 25 36 5th RU Pietro Paolo Virdis 13
1985–86 Serie A 30 10 11 9 26 24 31 7th R16 UEFA Cup R16 Pietro Paolo Virdis 16
Torneo Estivo Grp
1986–87 Serie A 30 13 9 8 31 21 31 5th[V] R16 Pietro Paolo Virdis 18[T]
1987–88 Serie A 30 17 11 2 43 14 45 1st R16 UEFA Cup R2 Pietro Paolo Virdis 15
1988–89 Serie A 34 16 14 4 61 25 46 3rd Grp European Cup W Marco van Basten 32
Supercoppa Italiana W
1989–90 Serie A 34 22 5 7 56 27 49 2nd RU European Cup W Marco van Basten 24[I]
European Super Cup W
Intercontinental Cup W
1990–91 Serie A 34 18 10 6 46 19 46 2nd SF European Cup QF Marco van Basten 11
European Super Cup W
Intercontinental Cup W
1991–92 Serie A 34 22 12 0 74 21 56 1st SF banned [W] Marco van Basten 29[X]
1992–93 Serie A 34 18 14 2 65 32 50 1st SF Champions League RU Jean-Pierre Papin
Marco van Basten
20
Supercoppa Italiana W
1993–94 Serie A 34 19 12 3 36 15 50 1st R16 Champions League W Daniele Massaro 16
European Super Cup RU
Intercontinental Cup RU
Supercoppa Italiana W
1994–95 Serie A 34 17 9 8 53 32 60 4th R16 Champions League RU Marco Simone 21
European Super Cup W
Intercontinental Cup RU
Supercoppa Italiana W
1995–96 Serie A 34 21 10 3 60 24 73 1st QF UEFA Cup QF George Weah 15
1996–97 Serie A 34 11 10 13 43 45 43 11th QF Champions League Grp George Weah 16
Supercoppa Italiana RU
1997–98 Serie A 34 11 11 12 37 43 44 10th RU George Weah 13
1998–99 Serie A 34 20 10 4 59 34 70 1st R16 Oliver Bierhoff 22
1999–2000 Serie A 34 16 13 5 65 40 61 3rd QF Champions League Grp Andriy Shevchenko 29[J]
Supercoppa Italiana RU
2000–01 Serie A 34 12 13 9 56 46 49 6th SF Champions League Grp Andriy Shevchenko 34
2001–02 Serie A 34 14 13 7 47 33 55 4th SF UEFA Cup SF Andriy Shevchenko 17
2002–03 Serie A 34 18 7 9 55 30 61 3rd W Champions League W Filippo Inzaghi 30
2003–04 Serie A 34 25 7 2 65 24 82 1st SF Champions League QF Andriy Shevchenko 29[J]
UEFA Super Cup W
Intercontinental Cup RU
Supercoppa Italiana RU
2004–05 Serie A 38 23 10 5 63 28 79 2nd QF Champions League RU Andriy Shevchenko 26
Supercoppa Italiana W
2005–06 Serie A 38 28 4 6 85 31 58[Y] 3rd QF Champions League SF Andriy Shevchenko 28
2006–07 Serie A 38 19 12 7 57 36 61[Y] 4th SF Champions League W Kaká 18
2007–08 Serie A 38 18 10 10 66 38 64 5th R16 Champions League R16 Kaká 19
UEFA Super Cup W
Club World Cup W
2008–09 Serie A 38 22 8 8 70 35 74 3rd R16 UEFA Cup R32 Alexandre Pato 17
2009–10 Serie A 38 20 10 8 60 39 70 3rd QF Champions League R16 Marco Borriello
Ronaldinho
15
2010–11 Serie A 38 24 10 4 65 24 82 1st SF Champions League R16 Zlatan Ibrahimović 21
2011–12 Serie A 38 24 8 6 74 33 80 2nd SF Champions League QF Zlatan Ibrahimović 35[Z]
Supercoppa Italiana W
2012–13 Serie A 38 21 9 8 67 39 72 3rd QF Champions League R16 Stephan El Shaarawy 19
2013–14 Serie A 38 16 9 13 57 49 57 8th QF Champions League R16 Mario Balotelli 18

Notes[edit]

A. ^ Before the establishment of the modern Serie A in 1929, the championship was contested under several different formats, including knock-out competitions or successive group stages.

B. ^ The Coppa Italia was founded in 1922, but - despite an abortive attempt in 1927 - a second edition did not take place before the 1935–36 season. Since then the tournament was played on a regular basis until 1943, when it was suspended due to World War II. The competition was eventually resumed only in 1958.

C. ^ Goals in all official competitions (league, domestic cup, European and others) are counted.

D. ^ After winning a double tie-breaker against Juventus (0–0 aet and 2–0 by forfeit).

E. ^ Milan, along with other major clubs, did not enter the league in 1908 due to a dispute with the Italian FA over the use of foreign players.

F. ^ The championship was suspended when the First World War broke out, with the last round still to play. Despite this, in 1919, the Italian FA decided to officialize the results and awarded the title to Genoa.

G. ^ The tournament was abandoned, due to lack of available dates. Milan were scheduled to play against Juventus in the fourth round.

H. ^ Joint top scorer with Héctor Puricelli of Bologna.

I. a b 19 goals in the league.

J. a b c 24 goals in the league.

K. ^ 22 goals in the league.

L. ^ After winning a double tie-breaker against Genoa (1–1 aet and 2–1 aet) to qualify for the final round.

M. ^ 34 goals in the league.

N. a b 26 goals in the league.

O. ^ The 1958 Coppa Italia started in the 1957–58 season, but was not completed before September, thus being officially awarded during the 1958–59 season.

P. a b c In the first three editions of the Friendship Cup, the final standing was by nations, rather than by clubs.

Q. ^ Joint top scorer with Aurelio Milani of Fiorentina.

R. ^ 15 goals in the league.

S. ^ Joint top scorer with Paolo Pulici of Torino and Giuseppe Savoldi of Bologna.

T. a b 17 goals in the league.

U. ^ Milan were relegated due to involvement in a match-fixing scandal.

V. ^ After winning a tie-breaker against Sampdoria (1–0 aet) to get a UEFA Cup spot.

W. ^ Milan received a one-year ban from UEFA competitions due to unsporting behaviour.

X. ^ 25 goals in the league.

Y. a b Milan were inflicted a 30 points deduction at the end of the 2005–06 season and an 8 points deduction at the start of the 2006–07 season, due to alleged involvement in the 2006 match-fixing scandal.

Z. ^ 28 goals in the league.

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ "A.C. Milan - Palmares". ACMilan.com. A.C. Milan. Retrieved 2009-09-28. [dead link]
  2. ^ "Serie A Top Scorers". RSSSF. Retrieved 2008-09-28. 

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