Italy - List of Second Division (Serie B) Champions

1929/30  Casale
1930/31  Fiorentina
1931/32  Palermo
1932/33  Livorno
1933/34  Sampierdarenese
1934/35  Genoa (Group A), Bari (Group B)
1935/36  Lucchese
1936/37  Livorno
1937/38  Modena
1938/39  Fiorentina
1939/40  Atalanta
1940/41  Sampiedarenese
1941/42  Bari
1942/43  Modena
1943/44  -
1944/45  -
1945/46  -
1946/47  Pro Patria (Group A), Lucchese (Group B), Salernitana (Group C)
1947/48  Novara (Group A), Padova (Group B), Palermo (Group C)
1948/49  Como
1949/50  Napoli
1950/51  Spal
1951/52  Roma
1952/53  Genoa
1953/54  Catania
1954/55  Lanerossi Vicenza
1955/56  Udinese
1956/57  Verona
1957/58  Triestina
1958/59  Atalanta
1959/60  Torino
1960/61  Venezia
1961/62  Genoa
1962/63  Messina
1963/64  Varese
1964/65  Brescia
1965/66  Venezia
1966/67  Sampdoria
1967/68  Palermo
1968/69  Lazio
1969/70  Varese
1970/71  Mantova
1971/72  Ternana
1972/73  Genoa
1973/74  Varese
1974/75  Perugia
1975/76  Genoa
1976/77  Lanerossi Vicenza
1977/78  Ascoli
1978/79  Udinese
1979/80  Como
1980/81  Milan
1981/82  Verona
1982/83  Milan
1983/84  Atalanta
1984/85  Pisa
1985/86  Ascoli
1986/87  Pescara
1987/88  Bologna
1988/89  Genoa
1989/90  Torino
1990/91  Foggia
1991/92  Brescia
1992/93  Reggiana
1993/94  Fiorentina
1994/95  Piacenza
1995/96  Bologna
1996/97  Brescia
1997/98  Salernitana
1998/99  Verona
1999/00  Vicenza
2000/01  Torino
2001/02  Como
2002/03  Siena
2003/04  Palermo 
2004/05  Genoa               [revoked]
2005/06  Atalanta
2006/07  Juventus
2007/08  Chievo Verona
2008/09  Bari
2009/10  Lecce
2010/11  Atalanta
2011/12  Pescara
2012/13  Sassuolo

Winners (85)
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6 Genoa    [+ 1 revoked 2004/05]
5 Atalanta
4 Palermo
3 Bari, Brescia, Como, Fiorentina, Torino, Varese, Verona, Vicenza
2 Ascoli, Bologna, Livorno, Lucchese, Milan, Modena, Pescara, Salernitana,
  Sampierdarenese, Udinese, Venezia
1 Casale, Catania, Chievo Verona, Foggia, Juventus, Lazio, Lecce, Mantova, 
  Messina, Napoli, Novara, Padova, Perugia, Piacenza, Pisa, Pro Patria, 
  Reggiana, Roma, Sampdoria, Sassuolo, Siena, Spal, Ternana, Triestina


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