Serie A Table

The Grand Daddy of the Premierships, the Serie A was founded (officially) a whopping 120 years ago. Being Italian, it is overseen by UEFA and comprises of 20 teams competing for the title of Champions.

Currently the champions are Juventus, who also hold the record for most titles with and impressive 33 titles. Matches are Televised on SKY Italia, however, if you have a Sports Subscription with Sky, you’ll more than likely be able to watch the match regardless of which country you’re in.

It only adopted the Round Robin style in 1929, though there are conflicting accounts of both its birth year and when it adopted the Round Robin tournament style, though that being said, it’s highly probable that Serie A heavily influenced the method in which UEFA works for both Domestic and International cups.

Never a country, or language to over complicate things, relegation from Serie A goes to (surprising) Serie B.

Italian Serie A

2017/2018 GP W D L F A GD P
1JuventusJUV 37 29 5 3 84 23 +61 92
2NapoliNAP 37 27 7 3 75 28 +47 88
3AS RomaROMA 37 22 8 7 60 28 +32 74
4LazioLAZ 37 21 9 7 87 46 +41 72
5InternazionaleINT 37 19 12 6 63 28 +35 69
6AC MilanMIL 37 17 10 10 51 41 +10 61
7AtalantaATA 37 16 12 9 57 38 +19 60
8FiorentinaFIO 37 16 9 12 53 41 +12 57
9SampdoriaSMP 37 16 6 15 55 57 -2 54
10TorinoTOR 37 12 15 10 52 45 +7 51
11SassuoloSAS 37 11 10 16 29 58 -29 43
12GenoaGEN 37 11 8 18 32 41 -9 41
13BolognaBOL 37 11 6 20 40 51 -11 39
14Chievo VeronaCVO 37 9 10 18 35 59 -24 37
15UdineseUDI 37 11 4 22 47 63 -16 37
16CagliariCAG 37 10 6 21 32 61 -29 36
17SPALSPAL 37 7 14 16 36 58 -22 35
18CrotoneCRO 37 9 8 20 39 64 -25 35
19Hellas VeronaHEL 37 7 4 26 29 76 -47 25
20BeneventoBEN 37 6 3 28 33 83 -50 21

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