Team Maps

Italian Serie A and Coppa Italia winners

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Hovering the mouse over the Serie A winner will show the top four for that year.
Hovering the mouse over the Coppa Italia winner reveals the opponent and score for the final.

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Scandals, Il Grande Torino, dictators and cricket

  •  1: Genoa Cricket & Football Club were originally known as Genoa Cricket & Athletic Club
  •  2: AC Milan were originally set up in 1899 as Milan Cricket & Football Club, in 1919 they changed to Milan Football Club, in 1938 to AC Milano & in 1945 to AC Milan.
  •  3: US Pro Vercelli were originally called Società Ginnastica Pro Vercelli (SG Pro Vercelli). In the summer of 1922 they merged with GC Cappuccini to create Unione Sportiva Pro Vercelli.
  •  4: In the 1921/22 season there was a row over the composition of the Italian league system. This resulted in the FIGC splitting, with all the major teams forming the CCI. Consequently there were two separate league winners. SG Pro Vercelli won the CCI and US Novese won the FIGC.
  •  5: In the 1926/27 season, a member of Torino's board of directors paid a bribe to win the Torino v Juventus game. Conequently their title was revoked the following season.
  •  6: Inter Milan were forced in 1928 by Benito Mussolini's fascist regime to change their name. The Fascist's felt that the name Internazionale had Communist overtones, so they became Società Sportiva Ambrosiana.
  •  7: Inter Milan were permitted to add Inter back to their name in 1932 and became Ambrosiana Inter. They reverted back to Internazionale (Inter Milan in English) in 1945. See above (6) for details.
  •  8: Torino had already won the 1948/49 title, when on 4th May 1949 on their way home after a friendly match with SL Benfica in Portugal, their airplane crashed into a hill near Turin, killing all the players.
  •  9: Because of the match fixing scandal mentioned below (10), Juventus also had their 2004/05 title revoked.
  • 10: In the 2005/06 season Juventus finished 1st & AC Milan 2nd, but they were linked & charged with a match fixing scandal. The FIGC awarded the title to Inter who had finished in 3rd place.

Research

I've cross referenced as much as possible and added links to the new club website where possible. Many thanks goes to the RSSSF Archive, which was an invaluable source of information whenever an insolvable fact was needed. If you need to find a football answer, it will be on there somewhere.