List of Italian Football Championship clubs

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This is a complete List of Italian Football Championship clubs from the first season in 1898 until the present day.

From 1898 to 1929[edit]

A[edit]

Club City First season
A.C. Ligure Bolzaneto Bolzaneto, Genoa 1914–15
A.C. Milanese Milan 1913–14
Alba Roma Flaminio, Rome 1912–13
Alba-Audace Roma Flaminio, Rome 1926–27
Alessandria Alessandria 1913–14
Amatori Torino Turin 1919–20
Anconitana Ancona 1921–22 (CCI)
Andrea Doria Genoa 1903
Atalanta Bergamo 1919–20
Audace Roma/Audace-Esperia Rome 1912–13
Audace Taranto Taranto 1921–22 (CCI)
Audace Torino Turin 1902
Audacia Napoli Naples 1920–21
Audax Modena Modena 1914–15
Ausonia Milano Milan 1909–10
Ausonia Pro Gorla Gorla Primo, Milan 1919–20

B[edit]

Club City First season
Bagnolese BagnoliNaples 1920–21
Bari Bari 1928–29
Bentegodi Verona Verona 1920–21
Biellese Biella 1914–15
Bologna Bologna 1910–11
Brescia Brescia 1913–14

C[edit]

Club City First season
C.S. Firenze Florence 1911–12
Carignano Carignano 1920–21
Carpi Carpi 1919–20
Casale Casale Monferrato 1911–12
Casertana Caserta 1925–26
Casteggio Casteggio 1920–21
Cavese Cava de' Tirreni 1922–23
Chiasso Chiasso (Switzerland) 1914–15
Como Como 1913–14
Cremonese Cremona 1914–15

D[edit]

Club City First season
Derthona Tortona 1922–23
Dolo Dolo 1920–21

E[edit]

Club City First season
Enotria Goliardo Milan 1919–20
Enotria Taranto Taranto 1923–24
Esperia Como Como 1922–23

F[edit]

Club City First season
F.B.C. Bari Bari 1924–25
F.B.C. Torinese Turin 1898
Fiorentina Florence 1928–29
Fiumana Fiume (now Rijeka in Croatia) 1928–29
Foggia Foggia 1923–24
Fortitudo Borgo, Rome 1913–14
Fortitudo-Pro Roma Borgo, Rome 1926–27

G[edit]

Club City First season
G.S. Bolognese Bologna 1919–20
Genoa Genoa 1898
Gerbi Pisa Pisa 1919–20
Ginnastica Torino Turin 1898
Giovani Calciatori Cappuccini Vercelli 1921–22 (FIGC)
Giovani Calciatori Genova Genoa 1921–22 (FIGC)
Giovani Calciatori Legnanesi Legnano 1920–21
Grifone G.C. Genova Genoa 1919–20

H[edit]

Club City First season
Hellas Verona Verona 1910–11

I[edit]

Club City First season
Ideale Bari Bari 1922–23
Inter/Ambrosiana Milan 1909
Internazionale Napoli Naples 1912–13
Internazionale Torino Turin 1898
Italia Firenze Florence 1913–14

J[edit]

Club City First season
Juventus Turin 1900
Juventus Audax Rome 1912–13
Juventus Italia Milan 1914–15

L[edit]

Club City First season
La Dominante Genova Genoa 1927–28
Lazio Rome 1912–13
Lecce Lecce 1922–23
Libertas Firenze Florence 1913–14
Libertas Milano Milan 1919–20
Libertas Palermo Palermo 1922–23
Liberty Bari Bari 1921–22 (CCI)
Livorno Livorno 1919–20
Lucchese/Lucca Lucca 1919–20

M[edit]

Club City First season
Maceratese Macerata 1925–26
Mantova Mantua 1919–20
Mantovana Mantua 1921–22 (FIGC)
Mediolanum Milan 1901
Messina Messina 1922–23
Milan Milan 1900
Modena Modena 1912–13
Monza Monza 1919–20

N[edit]

Club City First season
Naples Naples 1912–13
Napoli/Internaples Naples 1922–23
Nazionale Emilia Bologna 1919–20
Nazionale Lombardia Milan 1913–14
Novara Novara 1912–13
Novese Novi Ligure 1921–22 (FIGC)

P[edit]

Club City First season
Padova Padua 1914–15
Palermo Palermo 1921–22 (CCI)
Parma Parma 1920–21
Pastore Torino Turin 1919–20
Pavia Pavia 1919–20
Petrarca Padova Padua 1913–14
Piacenza Piacenza 1920–21
Piemonte Turin 1910–11
Pisa Pisa 1912–13
Pistoiese Pistoia 1928–29
Prato Prato 1913–14
Pro Caserta Caserta 1919–20
Pro Italia Taranto Taranto 1921–22 (CCI)
Pro Livorno Livorno 1921–22 (FIGC)
Pro Napoli Naples 1919–20
Pro Patria Busto Arsizio 1920–21
Pro Roma Rome 1912–13
Pro Sesto Sesto San Giovanni 1920–21
Pro Vercelli Vercelli 1908
Puteolana Pozzuoli 1919–20

R[edit]

Club City First season
Racing Libertas Club Milan 1912–13
Reggiana Reggio Emilia 1920–21
Rivarolese Rivarolo Ligure, Genoa 1920–21
Roma Rome 1927–28
Roman Parioli, Rome 1912–13

S[edit]

Club City First season
Salernitana/Salernitanaudax Salerno 1920–21
Sampierdarenese SampierdarenaGenoa 1899
Saronno Saronno 1919–20
Savoia Torre Annunziata 1920–21
Savona Savona 1913–14
Schio Schio 1920–21
Sestrese Sestri PonenteGenoa 1920–21
S.P.A.L. Ferrara 1920–21
Speranza Savona Savona 1921–22 (FIGC)
S.P.E.S. Genova Genoa 1919–20
Spezia La Spezia 1920–21
Stabia Castellammare di Stabia 1921–22 (CCI)
Stelvio Milan 1920–21

T[edit]

Club City First season
Tivoli Tivoli 1921–22 (CCI)
Torino Turin 1907
Trevigliese Treviglio 1919–20
Treviso Treviso 1920–21
Triestina Trieste 1928–29

U[edit]

Club City First season
U.S. Alessandrina Alessandria 1919–20
U.S. Milanese Milan 1905
U.S. Romana Rome 1919–20
U.S. Tarantina Taranto 1924–25
U.S. Torinese Turin 1919–20
Udinese Udine 1913–14

V[edit]

Club City First season
Valenzana Valenza 1914–15
Varese Varese 1919–20
Veloces Biella 1914–15
Venezia Venice 1909
Viareggio Viareggio 1920–21
Vicenza Vicenza 1910–11
Vigor Senigallia Senigallia 1921–22 (CCI)
Virtus Bologna Bologna 1921–22 (FIGC)
Virtus Juventusque Livorno 1912–13
Vittoria Roma Rome 1921–22 (CCI)
Volontari Venezia Venice 1912–13

The 1921–22 C.C.I. championship[edit]

After 1928–1929 season: the single table[edit]

In 1929 FIGC changed the mechanism of the championship, and created the Serie A as we know it today (1 league only with 16, 18 or 20 teams).
These are the 66 teams which took part to the championships played from 1929–30 to 2016–17:
Internazionale is the only team which played all the seasons following Juventus' relegation to Serie B after the 2005–2006 season.

Seasons in Serie A[edit]

There are 66 teams that have taken part in 85 Serie A championships in a single round that was played from the 1929–30 season until the 2016–17 season. The teams in bold compete in Serie A currently. Internazionale is the only team that has played Serie A football in every season.

By region[edit]

The following table lists the participations by region.

Region Num. of teams Teams (seasons)
 Lombardy
11
Internazionale (85), Milan (83), Atalanta (55), Brescia (22), Como (13), Pro Patria (12), Cremonese (7),
Mantova (7), Varese (7), Lecco (3), Legnano (3)
 Emilia–Romagna
9
Bologna (70), Parma (24), SPAL (16), Cesena (13), Modena (13), Piacenza (8), Reggiana (3), Sassuolo (4), Carpi (1)
 Tuscany
7
Fiorentina (79), Livorno (18), Empoli (12), Siena (9), Lucchese (8), Pisa (7), Pistoiese (1)
 Piedmont
6
Juventus (84), Torino (73), Alessandria (13), Novara (13), Pro Vercelli (6), Casale (4)
 Veneto
6
Vicenza (30), Hellas Verona (27), Padova (16), Chievo (15), Venezia (12), Treviso (1)
 Liguria
4
Sampdoria (60), Genoa (50), Liguria (5), Sampierdarenese (3)
 Apulia
3
Bari (30), Lecce (15), Foggia (11)
 Campania
3
Napoli (71), Avellino (10), Salernitana (2)
 Lazio
3
Roma (84), Lazio (74), Frosinone (1)
 Sicily
3
Palermo (29), Catania (17), Messina (5)
 Calabria
3
Crotone (1), Reggina (9), Catanzaro (7)
 Friuli-Venezia Giulia
2
Udinese (44), Triestina (26)
 Marche
2
Ascoli (16), Ancona (2)
 Umbria
2
Perugia (13), Ternana (2)
 Abruzzo
1
Pescara (7)
 Sardinia
1
Cagliari (37)
 Aosta Valley
 Basilicata
 Molise
 Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol
0

The teams in bold compete in Serie A currently.

War championships[edit]

1944 Campionato Alta Italia[edit]

This championship was disputed during the second World War and won by Vigili del Fuoco di La Spezia (V.V.F. Spezia, Spezia Firefighters). It wasn't recognized by the FIGC until 2002 and assigned to Spezia Calcio 1906, though Spezia's Scudetto is considered a "decoration".

(*) Audace San Michele and Pellizzari Arzignano retired after two matches.

The 1945–46 war championship[edit]

Main article: 1945–46 Serie A-B

This championship is not usually included in the statistics, because some of the southern sides that took part to the competition were Serie B teams, while northern Serie B teams played at the second level with the Serie C teams. Anyway, Torino's scudetto is considered official.

References[edit]