List of Serie B champions and promotions

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This article is a list of Serie B champions and promotions since its establishment – including the competition under previous names.

Promotions by season[edit]

  • Italics denotes teams promoted after playoff or qualification match.
  • Parentheses denote teams not promoted.

Prima Divisione[edit]

Season Winners Eventual other promotions
1926–27 Novara Pro Patria, Reggiana, Lazio
1927–28 Atalanta Pistoiese, Bari, Biellese, Venezia, Fiumana, Triestina, Legnano, Prato, Fiorentina
1928–29 Spezia

Serie B[edit]

Season Winners Runners-up Third place Eventual other promotions
1929–30 Casale Legnano (La Dominante)
1930–31 Fiorentina Bari (Palermo)
1931–32 Palermo Padova (Verona)
1932–33 Livorno Brescia (Modena)
1933–34 Sampierdarenese (Bari) (Modena)
1934–35 Genova 1893 Bari
1935–36 Lucchese Novara (Livorno)
1936–37 Livorno Atalanta (Modena)
1937–38 Modena[a] Novara[b] (Alessandria)
1938–39 Fiorentina Venezia (Atalanta)
1939–40 Atalanta Livorno (Lucchese)
1940–41 Liguria Modena (Brescia)
1941–42 Bari Vicenza (Pescara)
1942–43 Modena Brescia (Napoli)
1945–46 Alessandria (Pro Patria) (Vigevano) Napoli, Bari[c]
1946–47 Gir. A: Pro Patria
Gir. B: Lucchese
Gir. C: Salernitana
Gir. A: (Legnano)
Gir. B: (Padova)
Gir. C: (Ternana)
Gir. A: (Novara)
Gir. B: (Empoli)
Gir. C: (Pescara)
1947–48 Gir. A: Novara
Gir. B: Padova
Gir. C: Palermo
Gir. A: (Brescia)
Gir. B: (Verona)
Gir. C: (Pisa)
Gir. A: (Como)
Gir. B: (Spal)
Gir. C: (Lecce)
1948–49 Como Venezia (Vicenza)
1949–50 Napoli Udinese (Legnano)
1950–51 SPAL Legnano (Modena)
1951–52 Roma (Brescia) (Messina)
1952–53 Genoa Legnano (Catania)
1953–54 Catania Pro Patria (Cagliari)
1954–55 Lanerossi Vicenza Padova (Modena)
1955–56 Udinese Palermo (Como)
1956–57 Verona Alessandria (Brescia)
1957–58 Triestina Bari (Venezia)
1958–59 Atalanta Palermo (Lecco)
1959–60 Torino Lecco Catania
1960–61 Venezia Ozo Mantova Palermo
1961–62 Genoa Napoli Modena
1962–63 Messina Bari Lazio
1963–64 Varese Cagliari Foggia
1964–65 Brescia Napoli SPAL
1965–66 Venezia Lecco Mantova
1966–67 Sampdoria Varese (Catanzaro)
1967–68 Palermo Verona Pisa
1968–69 Lazio Brescia Bari
1969–70 Varese Foggia Catania
1970–71 Mantova Atalanta Catanzaro
1971–72 Ternana Lazio Palermo
1972–73 Genoa Cesena Foggia
1973–74 Varese Ascoli Ternana
1974–75 Perugia Como Verona
1975–76 Genoa Catanzaro Foggia
1976–77 Lanerossi Vicenza Atalanta Pescara
1977–78 Ascoli Catanzaro Avellino
1978–79 Udinese Cagliari Pescara
1979–80 Como Pistoiese Brescia
1980–81 Milan Genoa Cesena
1981–82 Verona Pisa Sampdoria
1982–83 Milan Lazio Catania
1983–84 Atalanta Como Cremonese
1984–85 Pisa Lecce Bari
1985–86 Ascoli Brescia (Lanerossi Vicenza) Empoli
1986–87 Pescara Pisa Cesena
1987–88 Bologna Lecce Lazio Atalanta
1988–89 Genoa Bari Udinese Cremonese
1989–90 Torino Pisa Cagliari Parma
1990–91 Foggia Verona Cremonese Ascoli
1991–92 Brescia Pescara Ancona Udinese
1992–93 Reggiana Cremonese Piacenza Lecce
1993–94 Fiorentina Bari Brescia Padova
1994–95 Piacenza Udinese Vicenza Atalanta
1995–96 Bologna Verona Perugia Reggiana
1996–97 Brescia Empoli Lecce Bari
1997–98 Salernitana Venezia Cagliari Perugia
1998–99 Verona Torino Reggina Lecce
1999–00 Vicenza Atalanta Brescia Napoli
2000–01 Torino Piacenza Chievo Venezia
2001–02 Como Modena Reggina Empoli
2002–03 Siena Sampdoria Lecce Ancona
2003–04 Palermo Cagliari Livorno Messina, Atalanta, Fiorentina[d]
2004–05 (Genoa) Empoli (Torino) Treviso, Ascoli
2005–06 Atalanta Catania Torino
2006–07 Juventus Napoli Genoa
2007–08 Chievo Bologna Lecce
2008–09 Bari Parma Livorno
2009–10 Lecce Cesena Brescia
2010–11 Atalanta Siena Novara
2011–12 Pescara Torino (Sassuolo) Sampdoria
2012–13 Sassuolo Verona Livorno
2013–14 Palermo Empoli (Latina) Cesena
2014–15 Carpi Frosinone (Vicenza) Bologna
2015–16 Cagliari Crotone (Trapani) Pescara
2016–17 SPAL Hellas Verona (Frosinone) Benevento
2017–18 Empoli Parma Frosinone
2018–19 Brescia Lecce (Benevento) TBA


  1. ^ Modena and Novara both awarded champions.
  2. ^ Modena and Novara both awarded champions.
  3. ^ 1945–46 Serie A-B Southern Italy co-champions.
  4. ^ Due to expansion from 18 teams to 20 teams of Serie A.