2008–09 Eccellenza season

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This is a list of division winners and playoff matches in the regionally organized Eccellenza 2008–2009, which is the 6th level of Italian football. A total of 36 teams are promoted to Serie D for the 2009–10 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 Virtus Casarano, which also won direct promotion as divisional winner in the region of Apuglia, thus Castel Rigone of Eccellenza Umbria won promotion as Coppa Italia Dilettanti runners-up.[1]

In addition, L'Aquila were handed special promotion from the Federation as they were unable to play the two remaining matches following a massive earthquake in the city.

Division winners[edit]

This is the list of final division winners in the regular season phase:[2]

Region/Division Winners
1 Abruzzo Miglianico
2 Apulia Virtus Casarano
3 Basilicata Pisticci
4 Calabria Sambiase
5 Campania – A Casertana
6 Campania – B Forza e Coraggio Benevento
7 Emilia-Romagna – A Dorando Pietri Carpi
8 Emilia-Romagna – B Valleverde Riccione
9 Friuli-Venezia Giulia Manzanese
10 Lazio – A Pomezia
11 Lazio – B Virtus Latina
12 Liguria Borgorosso Arenzano
13 Lombardy – A Vigevano
14 Lombardy – B Ponte San Pietro Isola
15 Lombardy – C Pedrengo
16 Marche Bikkembergs Fossombrone
17 Molise Bojano
18 Piedmont & Aosta Valley – A Acqui
19 Piedmont & Aosta Valley – B Borgosesia
20 Sardinia Sanluri
21 Sicily – A Mazara
22 Sicily – B Milazzo
23 Tuscany – A Monteriggioni
24 Tuscany – B Rosignano Sei Rose
25 Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol Porfido Albiano
26 Umbria Group Città di Castello
27 Veneto – A Villafranca Veronese
28 Veneto – B Adriese

Regional playoffs[edit]

The following regional committees did not organize playoffs and instead directly admitted league runners-up to the national phase:

Abruzzo[edit]

Differently than with other regions, the Abruzzo phase involved teams from 3rd to 6th place, due to second-placed L'Aquila being promoted by deliberation of the Lega Nazionale Dilettantistica ("Amateur National League"), as the team was declared unable to complete the season due to the massive earthquake that struck the city in April.

Apulia[edit]

Basilicata[edit]

Calabria[edit]

Campania A[edit]

Campania B[edit]

Lombardy A[edit]

Lombardy B[edit]

Lombardy C[edit]

Marche[edit]

Molise[edit]

Piedmont & Aosta Valley A[edit]

Piedmont & Aosta Valley B[edit]

Sardinia[edit]

Sicily A[edit]

Sicily B[edit]

Tuscany A[edit]

Tuscany B[edit]

Umbria[edit]

Umbria admitted teams from 3rd to 6th place into playoffs, due to league runners-up Castel Rigone being promoted directly into Serie D as Coppa Italia Dilettanti finalists.

National playoffs[edit]

National playoffs involve 28 teams and assign 7 promotion spots. They are divided in two different rounds.

First round[edit]

Played on May 24 and 31, 2009[4]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
A Settimo (Piedmont A) (ag)2–2 Maia Alta Obermais (Trentino A.A.) 1–0 1–2
B LiaPiave (Veneto B) 2–0 Monfalcone (Friuli V.G.) 1–0 1–0
C Palazzolo (Lombardy C) (aet)5–3 Sancolombano (Lombardy A) 2–1 3–2
D Cantù San Paolo (Lombardy B) 2–1 Loanesi San Francesco (Liguria) 1–1 1–0
E Aquanera (Piedmont B) 1–0 Legnago Salus (Veneto A) 1–0 0–0
F Latina (Lazio A) 6–4 Del Conca Morciano (Emilia-Romagna B) 3–1 3–3
G Bastia (Umbria) 2–4 Fondi (Lazio B) 2–3 0–1
H Baldaccio Bruni (Tuscany B) 1–3 Borgo a Buggiano (Tuscany A) 1–2 0–1
I San Nicola Sulmona (Abruzzo) 0–3 Selargius (Sardinia) 0–3 0–0
L Pallavicino (Emilia-Romagna A) 2–3 Civitanovese (Marche) 2–2 0–1
M Ostuni (Apulia) 4–2 Acireale (Sicily B) 0–1 4–1
N Striano (Campania B) 3–5(aet) Licata (Sicily A) 1–1 2–4
O Angelo Cristofaro (Basilicata) 2–4 Montenero (Molise) 2–3 0–1
P Rossano (Calabria) (ag)2–2 Atletico Nola (Campania A) 1–0 1–2

Second round[edit]

Played on June 7 and 14, 2009; Match #5 played on June 14 and 21, 2009[4]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
1 Palazzolo (Lombardy C) 5–1 Settimo (Piedmont A) 2–0 3–1
2 Aquanera (Piedmont B) 3–2 LiaPiave (Veneto B) 1–1 2–1
3 Fondi (Lazio B) 2–4 Cantù San Paolo (Lombardy B) 1–2 1–2
4 Borgo a Buggiano (Tuscany A) 1–4 Latina (Lazio A) 0–1 1–3
5 Selargius (Sardinia) 2–0 Civitanovese (Marche) 2–0 0–0
6 Licata (Sicily A) 4–4 (2–5p) Rossano (Calabria) 2–0 0–2
7 Montenero (Molise) 0–1 Ostuni (Apulia) 0–0 0–1

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Ecco l'elenco delle promosse" (in Italian). Corriere dello Sport – Stadio. 2009-05-11. Retrieved 2009-05-14. 
  2. ^ "CLASSIFICHE FINALI" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2009-05-14. 
  3. ^ 3 points deducted
  4. ^ a b "SPAREGGI NAZIONALI ECCELLENZA" (in Italian). Autogoal. Retrieved 2009-06-03.