2018–19 Serie C

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Serie C
2018–19 Serie C.svg
Season2018–19
Dates16 September 2018 –
15 June 2019
ChampionsVirtus Entella
Pordenone
Juve Stabia
PromotedVirtus Entella
Pisa
Pordenone
Juve Stabia
Trapani
RelegatedArzachena (bankruptcy)
Albissola (bankruptcy)
Cuneo (bankruptcy)
Lucchese (bankruptcy)
Pro Piacenza (bankruptcy)
Siracusa (bankruptcy)
Bisceglie
Matera (bankruptcy)
Matches played1,128
Goals scored2,459 (2.18 per match)
Top goalscorerPablo Granoche
Francesco Tavano
(20 goals each)[1][2][3]
Biggest home winVibonese 5–0 Virtus Francavilla
(3 November 2018)
Catania 5–0 Cavese
(23 December 2018)
Imolese 5–0 Giana Erminio
(19 January 2019)
Biggest away winMatera 0–6 Reggina
(26 December 2018)
Highest scoringCatanzaro 6–3 Trapani
(5 May 2019)
Longest winning run7 games
FeralpiSalò[4]
Longest unbeaten run28 games
Juve Stabia[5]
Longest winless run18 games
Paganese[6]
Ternana[7]
Longest losing run8 games
Arzachena[8]
Highest attendance19,446
Triestina 1–3 Pisa
(9 June 2019, Play-off final)[9]
Lowest attendance23
Rende 0–1 Trapani
(20 April 2019)[10]
Total attendance2,058,379[9][11][10][12]
Average attendance1,974[9][11][10][12]

The 2018–19 Serie C is the fifth season of the unified Serie C division, the third tier of the Italian football league system.

Teams[edit]

The league originally featured 60 teams. However, it saw the bankruptcy and subsequent withdrawal of Andria, Mestre, Reggiana[13] and Vicenza.

To fill the vacancies in Serie B, Novara, Catania and Siena became the repechage candidates from Serie C, to the objection of Pro Vercelli and Ternana.[14] However, on 10 August Lega B announced that a 19-team calendar would be commissioned for the 2018–19 and no repechage would take place.[15]

The first team of Bassano Virtus was relocated to Vicenza as L.R. Vicenza Virtus. While its owner, had also acquired some assets from the liquidators of Vicenza.[16]

On 3 August 2018, it was officially announced by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) that Juventus Under 23 would take part in Serie C, making it the first "B Team" in Italy to do so since 1934. Also, Cavese and Imolese were admitted from Serie D to fill the vacancies created.[17][18]

Due to several issues regarding vacancies and trials at both Serie B and Serie C level, the Serie C league committee delayed the season kickoff day to September, also hinting at the possibility of an indefinite delay because of the unclear situation.[19] The season eventually kicked off on Saturday 15 September, but saw all games of Novara, Pro Vercelli, Ternana, Siena and Catania delayed indefinitely due to their judicial requests to be admitted to Serie B, as well as Viterbese, after the club threatened not to participate in Serie C due to their opposition to being admitted to the Southern group. Virtus Entella's second game was also delayed after the club was accepted on appeal for being readmitted to Serie B by the Regional Administrative Court of Lazio (Italian: Tribunale Amministrativo Regionale del Lazio, TAR Lazio).[20]

On 14 February 2019, Matera were excluded from Serie C for missing four consecutive matches[21] which was followed by the exclusion of Pro Piacenza on 18 February 2019 after missing several games and presenting a makeshift team composed of teenagers and a physiotherapist in their final game, where they were beaten 20-0 by Cuneo.[22]

Promotion and relegation rule changes[edit]

On 30 January 2019, it was announced that five teams rather than the usual four would be promoted to Serie B for the 2019-20 season, after FIGC decided to incorporate an extra club in Serie B to bring the league up to 20 teams.[23] The decision also meant that only seven clubs would be relegated to Serie D rather than the original eight.[23]

Due to the exclusions of Pro Piacenza and Matera from the league, the football league committee, in accordance with the Italian Football Federation, agreed on 2 April 2019 to a change in the relegation rules, by decreasing the number of relegations to five as follows:[24]

  • Group A, which originally featured 20 teams, later reduced to 19 following the exclusion of Pro Piacenza, will have no direct relegation unless there are eight or more points between the last and second-last placed team at the conclusion of the regular season. In the case of less than eight points between the two bottom teams, a two-legged relegation playoff will be played.
  • Group B (20 teams), as the only one that was not affected by league exclusion, will have a direct relegation for the bottom placed team in the regular season, plus a two-legged relegation playoff between the 18th and 19th placed team.
  • Group C (19 teams, later reduced to 18 teams due to Matera's exclusion) will feature the same relegation system as in Group A.
  • The two relegation playoff winners from Group A and Group C (or the respective second-last placed teams in the regular season, in case of no relegation playoff being held) will subsequently take part in another relegation playoff to determine the fifth team relegated to Serie D in 2019–20.

Relegated from Serie B[edit]

[edit]

Repechage[edit]

Stadia and locations[edit]

Group A (North & Central West)[edit]

7 teams from Tuscany, 6 teams from Piedmont, 2 teams from Emilia-Romagna, 2 teams from Sardinia, 2 teams from Liguria and 1 team from Lombardy.

Club City Stadium Capacity
Albissola Albissola Marina
Albisola Superiore
Comunale (Chiavari) 5,535
Alessandria Alessandria Giuseppe Moccagatta 5,827
Arezzo Arezzo Città di Arezzo 13,128
Arzachena Arzachena Biagio Pirina 3,100
Carrarese Carrara Dei Marmi 9,500
Cuneo Cuneo Fratelli Paschiero 4,000
Gozzano Gozzano Alfredo d'Albertas / Silvio Piola (Vercelli) 400 / 5,500
Juventus U23 Torino Giuseppe Moccagatta (Alessandria) 5,827
Lucchese Lucca Porta Elisa 7,386
Novara Novara Silvio Piola (Novara) 17,875
Olbia Olbia Bruno Nespoli 3,200
Piacenza Piacenza Leonardo Garilli 21,668
Pisa Pisa Arena Garibaldi – Romeo Anconetani 25,000
Pistoiese Pistoia Marcello Melani 13,195
Pontedera Pontedera Ettore Mannucci 5,000
Pro Patria Busto Arsizio Carlo Speroni 4,627
Pro Piacenza Piacenza Leonardo Garilli 21,668
Pro Vercelli Vercelli Silvio Piola (Vercelli) 5,500
Siena Siena Montepaschi Arena 15,373
Virtus Entella Chiavari Comunale 5,535

Group B (North & Central East)[edit]

5 teams from Lombardy, 4 teams from Marche, 3 teams from Emilia-Romagna, 2 teams from Friuli-Venezia Giulia, 2 teams from Umbria, 2 teams from Veneto, 1 team from Abruzzo and 1 team from Trentino-Alto Adige.

Club City Stadium Capacity
AlbinoLeffe Albino and Leffe Atleti Azzurri d'Italia (Bergamo) 21,300
Fano Fano Raffaele Mancini 8,800
FeralpiSalò Salò Lino Turina 2,500
Fermana Fermo Bruno Recchioni 9,500
Giana Erminio Gorgonzola Città di Gorgonzola 3,766
Gubbio Gubbio Pietro Barbetti 5,300
Imolese Imola Romeo Galli 4,000
L.R. Vicenza Vicenza Romeo Menti 12,000
Monza Monza Brianteo 18,568
Pordenone Pordenone Ottavio Bottecchia 3,000
Ravenna Ravenna Bruno Benelli 12,020
Renate Renate Città di Meda (Meda) 3,000
Rimini Rimini Romeo Neri 7,442
Sambenedettese San Benedetto del Tronto Riviera delle Palme 14,995
Südtirol Bolzano/Bozen Druso 3,500
Teramo Teramo Gaetano Bonolis 7,498
Ternana Terni Libero Liberati 17,460
Triestina Trieste Nereo Rocco 32,454
Virtus Verona Verona Gavagnin Nocini 1,200
Vis Pesaro Pesaro Tonino Benelli 4,898

Group C (South)[edit]

4 teams from Calabria, 4 teams from Campania, 4 teams from Sicily, 3 teams from Apulia, 2 teams from Basilicata, 2 teams from Lazio.

Club City Stadium Capacity
Bisceglie Bisceglie Gustavo Ventura 5,000
Casertana Caserta Alberto Pinto 12,000
Catania Catania Angelo Massimino 20,266
Catanzaro Catanzaro Nicola Ceravolo 14,650
Cavese Cava de' Tirreni Simonetta Lamberti 5,200
Juve Stabia Castellammare di Stabia Romeo Menti 7,642
Matera Matera Stadio XXI Settembre-Franco Salerno 8,500
Monopoli Monopoli Vito Simone Veneziani 6,880
Paganese Pagani Marcello Torre 5,900
Potenza Potenza Alfredo Viviani 6,000
Reggina Reggio Calabria Oreste Granillo 27,454
Rende Rende Marco Lorenzon 5,000
Rieti Rieti Manlio Scopigno 10,163
Sicula Leonzio Lentini Angelino Nobile 2,500
Siracusa Siracusa Nicola De Simone 6,870
Trapani Trapani Polisportivo Provinciale (Erice) 7,000
Vibonese Vibo Valentia Luigi Razza 6,500
Virtus Francavilla Francavilla Fontana Giovanni Paolo II 5,000
Viterbese Castrense Viterbo Enrico Rocchi 5,460

League Tables[edit]

Group A (North & Central West)[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Virtus Entella (P) 37 22 9 6 58 26 +32 75 Promotion to Serie B
2 Piacenza 37 22 8 7 56 33 +23 74 Qualification to the promotion play-offs
3 Pisa (O, P) 37 19 12 6 47 28 +19 69
4 Arezzo 37 16 16 5 49 32 +17 64[a]
5 Pro Vercelli 37 18 10 9 45 29 +16 64[a]
6 Robur Siena 37 16 15 6 57 40 +17 63
7 Carrarese 37 19 5 13 65 46 +19 62
8 Pro Patria 37 16 9 12 43 36 +7 57
9 Novara 37 11 17 9 44 36 +8 50
10 Alessandria 37 9 18 10 35 40 −5 45[b]
11 Pontedera 37 10 15 12 33 39 −6 45[b]
12 Juventus U23 37 12 6 19 41 48 −7 42
13 Olbia 37 9 11 17 40 49 −9 38
14 Arzachena[c] (D, R) 37 12 2 23 28 54 −26 37 Club dissolved
15 Pistoiese 37 9 8 20 36 47 −11 35
16 Gozzano 37 6 15 16 35 44 −9 33
17 Albissola (D, R) 37 6 10 21 33 59 −26 28 Club dissolved
18 Cuneo[d] (R) 37 11 14 12 29 36 −7 24
19 Lucchese[e] (O, D, R) 37 9 18 10 45 40 +5 20
20 Pro Piacenza[f] (D, R) 19 0 0 19 0 57 −57 0 Excluded from league[25]
Source: Lega Pro
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head points; 3) Head-to-head goal difference; 4) Goal difference; 5) Goals scored; 6) Draw.[26]
(D) Disqualified; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Arezzo is ahead of Pro Vercelli on head-to-head goal difference: Arezzo–Pro Vercelli 3–1, Pro Vercelli–Arezzo 1–0
  2. ^ a b Alessandria is ahead of Pontedera on head-to-head points: Alessandria–Pontedera 1–1, Pontedera–Alessandria 1–2
  3. ^ 1 point deduction due to financial irregularities.
  4. ^ 23 point deduction due to financial irregularities.
  5. ^ 25 point deduction due to financial irregularities.
  6. ^ originally 16 point deduction due to financial irregularities, then expulsion from the championship.

Group B (North & Central East)[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Pordenone (C, P) 38 19 16 3 56 32 +24 73 Promotion to Serie B
2 Triestina[a] 38 19 11 8 60 33 +27 67 Qualification to the promotion play-offs
3 Imolese 38 15 17 6 51 33 +18 62[b]
4 Feralpisalò 38 17 11 10 50 41 +9 62[b]
5 Monza 38 16 12 10 45 35 +10 60
6 Südtirol 38 13 16 9 45 30 +15 55[c]
7 Ravenna 38 14 13 11 39 38 +1 55[c]
8 L.R. Vicenza 38 11 18 9 43 38 +5 51
9 Sambenedettese 38 11 17 10 40 40 0 50
10 Fermana 38 12 11 15 21 35 −14 47
11 Ternana 38 9 17 12 39 40 −1 44[d]
12 Gubbio 38 9 17 12 35 45 −10 44[d]
13 Teramo 38 10 13 15 36 46 −10 43[e]
14 Albinoleffe 38 9 16 13 31 35 −4 43[e]
15 Vis Pesaro 38 9 15 14 29 31 −2 42[f]
16 Giana Erminio 38 8 18 12 42 50 −8 42[f]
17 Renate 38 8 15 15 23 33 −10 39[g]
18 Rimini (O) 38 8 15 15 28 44 −16 39[g] Qualification to the relegation play-outs
19 Virtus Verona 38 10 8 20 36 50 −14 38[h]
20 Fano 38 8 14 16 18 32 −14 38[h] Readmitted
Source: Lega Pro
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head points; 3) Head-to-head goal difference; 4) Goal difference; 5) Goals scored; 6) Draw.[27]
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted.
Notes:
  1. ^ Triestina were deducted 1 point for financial irregularities.
  2. ^ a b Imolese is ahead of Feralpisalò on head-to-head points: Imolese–Feralpisalò 3–1, Feralpisalò–Imolese 0–1
  3. ^ a b Südtirol is ahead of Ravenna on head-to-head points: Südtirol–Ravenna 1–1, Ravenna–Südtirol 0–1
  4. ^ a b Ternana is ahead of Gubbio on head-to-head points: Ternana–Gubbio 3–0, Gubbio–Ternana 1–1
  5. ^ a b Teramo is ahead of Albinoleffe on head-to-head points: Teramo–Albinoleffe 2–2, Albinoleffe–Teramo 1–2
  6. ^ a b Vis Pesaro is ahead of Giana Erminio on overall goal difference
  7. ^ a b Renate is ahead of Rimini on head-to-head points: Renate–Rimini 1–0, Rimini–Renate 0–0
  8. ^ a b Virtus Verona is ahead of Fano on head-to-head points: Virtus Verona–Fano 1–0, Fano–Virtus Verona 1–1

Group C (South)[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Juve Stabia[a] (P) 36 22 12 2 63 18 +45 77 Promotion to Serie B
2 Trapani[b] (O, P) 36 22 8 6 60 34 +26 73 Qualification to the promotion play-offs
3 Catanzaro 36 20 7 9 65 32 +33 67
4 Catania 36 19 8 9 48 29 +19 65
5 Potenza 36 14 15 7 45 32 +13 57
6 Virtus Francavilla 36 16 7 13 42 39 +3 55
7 Reggina[c] 36 16 8 12 45 33 +12 52
8 Monopoli[d] 36 13 14 9 41 31 +10 51[e]
9 Casertana 36 13 12 11 46 38 +8 51[e]
10 Rende[f] 36 14 6 16 46 45 +1 47[g]
11 Cavese 36 11 14 11 49 50 −1 47[g]
12 Viterbese Castrense 36 12 9 15 39 44 −5 45 Qualification to the promotion play-offs[h]
13 Sicula Leonzio 36 11 9 16 32 42 −10 42[i]
14 Vibonese 36 10 12 14 33 37 −4 42[i]
15 Rieti[j] 36 12 7 17 33 43 −10 39
16 Siracusa[k] (D, R) 36 12 6 18 34 44 −10 35 Club dissolved
17 Bisceglie[l] (R) 36 7 11 18 22 41 −19 29 Qualification to the relegation play-outs
18 Paganese 36 4 11 21 36 72 −36 23
19 Matera[m] (D, R) 36 4 4 28 16 92 −76 −18 Excluded from league
Source: Lega Pro
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head points; 3) Head-to-head goal difference; 4) Goal difference; 5) Goals scored; 6) Draw.[28]
(D) Disqualified; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ 1 point deduction due to financial irregularities.
  2. ^ 1 point deduction due to financial irregularities.
  3. ^ 4 point deduction due to financial irregularities.
  4. ^ 2 point deduction due to financial irregularities.
  5. ^ a b Monopoli is ahead of Casertana on overall goal difference
  6. ^ 1 point deduction due to financial irregularities.
  7. ^ a b Rende is ahead of Cavese on overall goal difference
  8. ^ Viterbese Castrense qualified as winners of the 2018–19 Coppa Italia Serie C.
  9. ^ a b Sicula Leonzio is ahead of Vibonese on head-to-head goal difference: Sicula Leonzio–Vibonese 2–0, Vibonese–Sicula Leonzio 1–0
  10. ^ 4 point deduction due to financial irregularities.
  11. ^ 7 point deduction due to financial irregularities.
  12. ^ 3 point deduction due to financial irregularities.
  13. ^ 34 point deduction due to financial irregularities.

Promotion play-offs[edit]

First Round[edit]

If tied, higher-placed team advances.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Pro Vercelli 3–1 Alessandria
Robur Siena 0–1 Novara
Carrarese 2–0 Pro Patria
Monza 2–0 Fermana
Südtirol 1–0 Sambenedettese
Ravenna 1–1[29] L.R. Vicenza
Potenza 0–0[30] Rende
Virtus Francavilla 1–0 Casertana
Reggina 1–1[31] Monopoli

Second Round[edit]

If tied, higher-placed team advances.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Arezzo 2–2[32] Novara
Pro Vercelli 1–2 Carrarese
FeralpiSalò 0–0[33] Ravenna
Monza 3–3[34] Südtirol
Catania 4–1 Reggina
Potenza 3–1 Virtus Francavilla

Quarter-finals[edit]

If tied on aggregate, higher-placed team advances.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
FeralpiSalò 3–2 Catanzaro 1–0 2–2
Potenza 2–2[35] Catania 1–1 1–1
Arezzo 5–0 Viterbese 3–0 2–0
Carrarese 3–4 Pisa 2–2 1–2
Monza 4–4[36] Imolese 1–3 3–1

Semi-finals[edit]

If tied on aggregate, higher-placed team advances.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Arezzo 2–4 Pisa 2–3 0–1
Catania 3–3[37] Trapani 2–2 1–1
FeralpiSalò 1–3 Triestina 1–1 0–2
Imolese 2–3 Piacenza 0–2 2–1

Finals[edit]

If tied on aggregate, the winner is decided by extra-time and penalty shootout.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Pisa 5–3 (a.e.t.) Triestina 2–2 3–1 (a.e.t.)
Piacenza 0–2 Trapani 0–0 0-2

Relegation play-outs[edit]

First Round[edit]

Higher-placed team plays at home for second leg. If tied on aggregate, lower-placed team is relegated.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Lucchese 3–0 Cuneo 2–0 1–0
Virtus Verona 1–2 Rimini 1–0 0–2
Paganese 5–5[38] Bisceglie 2–1 3–4

Final[edit]

If tied on aggregate, extra time and eventually penalty shoot-out are played. Losers are relegated.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Lucchese 1–1 (a.e.t.) (3-2 pen.) Bisceglie 1–0 0–1

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Uruguay Pablo Granoche3 Triestina 20
Italy Francesco Tavano1B Carrarese
3 Italy Matteo Brunori Sandri4 Arezzo 17
Italy Luigi Castaldo Casertana
Italy Ettore GliozziB Robur Siena
6 Italy Giuseppe Caccavallo1B Carrarese 16
7 Italy Leonardo Candellone Pordenone 15
Italy Eric Lanini1 Imolese
Italy Riccardo MartignagoA Albissola
Italy Fabio Perna Giana Erminio
Note

1Player scored 1 goal in the play-offs.
3Player scored 3 goals in the play-offs.
4Player scored 4 goals in the play-offs.
APlayer scored 1 goal against Pro Piacenza.
BPlayer scored 2 goals against Pro Piacenza.

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  29. ^ Ravenna advances due to higher placed finish.
  30. ^ Potenza advances due to higher placed finish.
  31. ^ Reggina advances due to higher placed finish.
  32. ^ Arezzo advances due to higher placed finish.
  33. ^ FeralpiSalò advances due to higher placed finish.
  34. ^ Monza advances due to higher placed finish.
  35. ^ Catania advances due to higher placed finish.
  36. ^ Imolese advances due to higher placed finish.
  37. ^ Trapani advances due to higher placed finish.
  38. ^ Bisceglie advances due to higher placed finish.

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