1958–59 Serie C

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The 1958–59 Serie C was the twenty-first edition of Serie C, the third highest league in the Italian football league system. There were no relegations in order to expand the league to three groups. The expansion was decided by the FIGC.[1]

Girone A[edit]

Final classification[edit]

P
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Promotion or relegation
1. Ozo Mantova 40 24 10 6 71 28 +43 58 Promotion tie-breaker
2. Siena 40 24 10 6 58 27 +31 58
3. Spezia 40 20 10 10 53 38 +15 50
4. Biellese 40 18 12 10 49 39 +10 48
5. Livorno 40 19 8 13 57 41 +16 46
6. Ravenna 40 16 13 11 42 38 +6 45
7. Pro Vercelli 40 15 12 13 43 39 +4 42
8. Pisa 40 12 17 11 40 43 -3 41
9. Sanremese 40 16 9 15 57 52 +5 41
10. Treviso 40 15 11 14 41 40 +1 41
11. Forlì 40 14 12 14 36 34 +2 40
12. Carbosarda 40 15 9 16 45 46 -1 39
13. Pro Patria 40 12 15 13 42 39 +3 39
14. Casale 40 10 15 15 38 48 -10 35
15. Varese 40 10 15 5 47 38 +9 35
15. Mestrina 40 11 13 16 42 53 -11 35
17. Lucchese 40 11 11 18 32 47 -15 33
18. Legnano 40 9 13 18 49 66 -17 31
19. Cremonese 40 11 7 22 41 75 -34 29
20. Piacenza 40 8 13 19 31 54 -23 29
21. Pordenone 40 8 9 23 40 69 -29 25

Promotion tie-breaker[edit]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Ozo Mantova 1-0 Siena

Ozo Mantova promoted to Serie B.

Girone B[edit]

Final classification[edit]

P
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Promotion or relegation
1. Catanzaro 34 17 13 4 56 15 +41 47 Promoted to Serie B
2. Cosenza 34 18 10 6 43 27 +16 46
3. Fedit Roma 34 15 9 10 48 35 +13 39
4. Chieti 34 14 11 9 41 37 +4 39
5. Trapani 34 14 10 10 38 29 +9 38
6. Lecce 34 15 8 11 61 53 +8 38
7. Barletta 34 16 4 14 52 48 +4 36
8. Arezzo 34 12 12 10 37 42 -5 36
9. Reggina 34 13 9 12 35 34 +1 35
10. Marsala 34 12 9 13 48 40 +8 33
11. Anconitana 34 10 12 12 41 42 -1 32
12. Foggia 34 9 12 13 33 36 -3 30
13. L'Aquila 34 11 8 15 32 40 -8 30
14. Pescara 34 11 6 17 31 38 -7 28
15. Casertana 34 9 9 16 33 38 -5 27
16. Cirio 34 9 9 16 36 53 -17 27
17. Siracusa 34 8 11 15 27 60 -33 27
18. Salernitana 34 8 8 18 29 54 -25 24

References[edit]

  1. ^ "La storia". Lega Pro official website (in Italian). Retrieved 20 September 2015. 

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