List of U.S. Città di Palermo seasons

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Graph of US Palermo season-by-season placements from 1929–1930 to 2009–2010

This is a record of all seasons played by U.S. Città di Palermo since 1929, including their seasonal performances in all major football competitions when notable.

Key[edit]

Promoted Relegated

Seasons[edit]

Season Div Pos League record Other competitions Other Top scorer[1]
P W D L F A Pts
1929–30 1° Divisione D 1st 28 20 2 6 59 17 42 Carlo Radice 15
1930–31 Serie B 3rd 34 18 8 8 54 31 44 Carlo Radice 16
1931–32 Serie B 1st 34 21 8 5 80 35 50 Carlo Radice 27
193233 Serie A 12th 34 11 7 16 28 58 29 Giovanni Chiecchi 8
1933–34 Serie A 12th 34 10 9 15 39 51 29 Aldo Borel 12
1934–35 Serie A 7th 30 9 11 10 27 34 29 Coriolano Palumbo 5
1935–36 Serie A 15th 30 10 3 17 24 50 23 Coriolano Palumbo 5
1936–37 Serie B 7th 30 9 12 9 43 32 30 Oliviero Icardi 18
1937–38 Serie B 7th 32 15 5 12 46 43 35 Balilla Lombardi/Umberto Di Falco 12
1938–39 Serie B 7th 34 13 10 11 35 34 36 Romolo Celant 9
1939–40 Serie B 7th 34 11 7 16 36 69 29 [2] Romolo Celant 9
1940–41 Club cancelled, did not play in any league
1941–42
1942–43 Serie B 18th 23 6 5 12 19 30 17 [3] ? ?
1943–44 Leagues suspended due to World War II
1944–45
1945–46 Serie A 8th 20 6 5 9 16 23 17 [4] Luigi Perugini 5
1946–47 Serie B/C 8th 32 10 9 12 35 35 31 [5] Balilla Lombardi 9
1947–48 Serie B/C 1st 34 19 8 7 66 30 46 [5] Aurelio Pavesi 23
1948–49 Serie A 11th 38 14 8 16 57 58 36 Aurelio Pavesi 13
1949–50 Serie A 14th 38 13 7 18 47 64 33 Dante Di Maso/Čestmír Vycpálek 10
1950–51 Serie A 10th 38 14 6 18 59 67 34 Dante Di Maso 15
1951–52 Serie A 11th 38 11 14 13 43 51 36 Helge Bronée 11
1952–53 Serie A 16th 34 10 10 14 43 56 30 Enrique Martegani/Lorenzo Bettini 8
1953–54 Serie A 17th 34 9 8 17 37 59 26 Enrique Martegani 10
1954–55 Serie B 13th 34 10 10 14 38 43 30 Franco Maselli/Angelo Turconi 6
1955–56 Serie B 2nd 34 17 13 4 41 34 47 Franco Maselli 7
1956–57 Serie A 18th 34 7 8 19 32 66 22 Santiago Vernazza 11
1957–58 Serie B 6th 34 12 13 9 36 35 37 Santiago Vernazza 12
1958–59 Serie B 2nd 38 11 13 7 52 28 49 Santiago Vernazza 19
1959–60 Serie A 16th 34 6 15 13 27 40 27 Santiago Vernazza 9
1960–61 Serie B 3rd 38 13 20 5 46 27 46 Eugenio Fantini 14
1961–62 Serie A 8th 34 13 9 12 30 35 35 José Fernando Puglia 10
1962–63 Serie A 18th 34 5 10 19 18 54 20 Rune Börjesson 7
1963–64 Serie B 12th 38 9 17 12 25 28 35 Santino Maestri 10
1964–65 Serie B 11th 38 12 12 14 43 43 36 Giorgio Tinazzi 11
1965–66 Serie B 15th 38 9 16 13 34 34 34 Gaetano Troja 12
1966–67 Serie B 9th 38 12 14 12 34 26 38 Silvino Bercellino 13
1967–68 Serie B 1st 40 18 16 6 40 23 52 Silvino Bercellino/Gilberto Perucconi 9
1968–69 Serie A 11th 30 7 11 12 21 32 25 Sergio Pellizzaro 10
1969–70 Serie A 15th 30 5 10 15 23 45 20 Sergio Pellizzaro/Gaetano Troja 6
1970–71 Serie B 13th 38 8 21 9 33 33 37 Gaetano Troja/Sergio Pellizzaro/Silvino Bercellino 7
1971–72 Serie B 3rd 38 17 14 7 35 22 48 Enzo Ferrari 12
1972–73 Serie A 15th 30 3 11 16 13 41 17 Arturo Ballabio 3
1973–74 Serie B 7th 38 9 21 8 35 42 39 CI: runners-up Giacomo La Rosa 15
1974–75 Serie B 5th 38 13 17 8 31 25 43 Giorgio Barbana 7
1975–76 Serie B 11th 38 11 6 11 34 35 38 Guido Magherini 11
1976–77 Serie B 13th 38 8 17 13 29 41 33 Sergio Magistrelli 7
1977–78 Serie B 6th 38 12 16 10 42 36 40 Vito Chimenti 16
1978–79 Serie B 7th 38 11 19 9 38 34 41 CI: runners-up Vito Chimenti 13
1979–80 Serie B 10th 38 12 14 12 29 35 38 Fausto Silipo 6
1980–81 Serie B 14th 38 9 21 8 35 33 34 [6] Egidio Calloni 11
1981–82 Serie B 6th 38 15 12 11 52 42 42 Gianni De Rosa 19
1982–83 Serie B 15th 38 11 12 15 36 46 34 Gianni De Rosa 10
1983–84 Serie B 17th 38 9 16 13 30 32 34 Massimo De Stefanis 11
1984–85 Serie C1/B 2nd 38 16 13 5 41 24 45 Gabriele Messina 15
1985–86 Serie B 16th 38 7 20 11 27 35 34 Orazio Sorbello 9
1986–87 Club cancelled, did not play in any league
1987–88 Serie C2/D 1st 34 19 11 4 57 21 49 CIC: runners-up Claudio Casale 13
1988–89 Serie C1/B 3rd 34 11 18 5 31 19 40 Gaetano Auteri 11
1989–90 Serie C1/B 5th 34 14 15 5 34 19 43 CIC: runners-up Gaetano Musella 11
1990–91 Serie C1/B 2nd 34 15 13 6 40 24 43 CIC: runners-up Giorgio Lunerti 11
1991–92 Serie B 17th 38 11 13 14 41 43 35 Antonio Rizzolo 11
1992–93 Serie C1/B 1st 34 16 14 4 46 25 46 CIC: winners Luca Cecconi 14
1993–94 Serie B 14th 38 12 12 14 32 38 36 Antonio Soda 8
1994–95 Serie B 12th 38 10 14 14 33 35 44 Salvatore Campilongo/Pietro Maiellaro 9
1995–96 Serie B 7th 38 12 16 10 36 35 52 CI: quarter-finals Gaetano Vasari 10
1996–97 Serie B 19th 38 6 17 15 40 55 35 Giampaolo Saurini 17
1997–98 Serie C1/B 14th 34 8 13 13 32 37 37 [7] Lorenzo Scarafoni 7
1998–99 Serie C1/B 2nd 34 15 11 8 36 30 56 [8] Luca Puccinelli/Andrea D'Amblè 5
1999–2000 Serie C1/B 6th 34 13 13 8 30 23 52 Luca Lugnan 6
2000–01 Serie C1/B 1st 34 18 10 6 47 31 64 Massimiliano Cappioli 15
2001–02 Serie B 11th 38 12 12 14 47 54 48 Christian La Grotteria/Stefano Guidoni 11
2002–03 Serie B 6th 38 15 13 10 45 42 58 Filippo Maniero 13
2003–04 Serie B 1st 46 22 17 7 75 39 83 Luca Toni 30
2004–05 Serie A 6th 38 12 17 9 48 44 53 Luca Toni 20
2005–06 Serie A 5th 38 13 13 12 50 52 52 CI: semifinals
UC: round of 16
[9] Andrea Caracciolo 9
2006–07 Serie A 5th 38 16 10 12 55 46 58 UC: group stage Eugenio Corini 10
2007–08 Serie A 11th 38 12 11 15 47 47 47 CI: round of 16
UC: first round
Amauri 15
2008–09 Serie A 8th 38 17 6 15 57 50 57 CI: third round Edinson Cavani/Fabrizio Miccoli 14
2009–10 Serie A 5th 38 18 11 9 59 47 65 CI: fifth round Fabrizio Miccoli 19
2010–11 Serie A 8th 38 17 5 16 58 63 56 CI: runners-up
UC: first round
Javier Pastore 11
2011–12 Serie A 16th 38 11 10 17 52 62 43 CI: round of 16
UC: 3rd preliminary round
Fabrizio Miccoli 14
2012–13 Serie A 18th 38 6 14 18 34 54 32 CI: fourth round Josip Iličić 11
2013–14 Serie B 1st 42 25 11 6 62 28 86 CI: third round Abel Hernández 14
2014–15 Serie A 11th 38 12 13 13 53 55 49 CI: third round Paulo Dybala 13
2015–16 Serie A 16th 38 10 9 19 38 56 39 CI: fourth round Alberto Gilardino 11

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Only domestic matches
  2. ^ club cancelled at the end of the season
  3. ^ As Juventina Palermo; the team played 23 of the scheduled 34 matches before abandoning the league at Day 29 because of World War II-related reasons, as it was not able to play any of its home matches.
  4. ^ As Serie B team included to fill the Campionato Centro Sud (Southern Round of Serie A)
  5. ^ a b From 1946 to 1948 the Serie B league was split in three rounds, with a total number of teams as 60 in 1946-47 and 48 in 1947-48.
  6. ^ 5 points deducted
  7. ^ relegated, then readmitted to Serie C1/B to fill a league vacancy
  8. ^ defeated in the promotion playoff semifinals by Savoia
  9. ^ originally in 8th place; the team's position was promoted to fifth following the 2006 Serie A scandal

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