1933–34 Prima Divisione

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The 1933–34 Prima Divisione was the third level league of the 34th Italian football championship.

In 1928, FIGC had decided a reform of the league structure of Italian football. The top-level league was the National Division, composed by the two divisions of Serie A and Serie B. Under them, there were the local championship, the major one being the First Division, that in 1935 will take the name of Serie C. Starting from this season, the winners and the runners-up of the eight groups of First Division would be admitted to the final rounds, where four tickets of promotion to Serie B were available, whereas the scheduled relegations were annulled by the Federation which expanded the division. Until this season, reserve teams of club belonging to National Division were admitted in First Division.


Qualified (for regular season's groups)
Promoted (for final rounds)

Final rounds[edit]

Catania, L'Aquila, Lucchese and Pisa promoted to Serie B 1934-35.


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "B" teams excluded from Prima Divisione 1934-35 for championship reform.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i Relegated and later readmitted to Prima Divisione.
  3. ^ a b c d e Renounced to play in Prima Divisione 1934-35.
  4. ^ 3 points deducted.
  5. ^ Retired after 25 matches and later readmitted to Prima Divisione.
  6. ^ a b c d Retired before the start of the season.
  7. ^ a b 1 point deducted.
  8. ^ 2 points deducted
  9. ^ Put in the last place and relegated for corruption.
  10. ^ Promoted after tie-breaker: Pisa-Udinese 3-1.