Italy - Serie A All-Time Table 1929/30-2020/21


This special standing includes all Italian championships (Serie A) starting from 1929/30. The 1945/46 championship is not included because this is not considered a true Serie A league because it was divided in two groups (north and south) and then was played a final round between first 4 teams from each group. Moreover many teams of the south group, before the second world war, played in serie B, so this championship was played by both Serie A and Serie B clubs.

All points are obtained considering two points for victory and one point for each draw.


    Team                Pts   Matches   W   D   L     F    S   Part. G. Diff. 

1.  Juventus           4064     2962  1632 800 530  5190 2802    88     2388
2.  Inter              3826     3000  1496 834 670  5062 3100    89     1962
3.  Milan (-8)         3698     2940  1420 866 654  4813 3015    87     1798
4.  Roma               3383     2962  1250 883 829  4367 3360    88     1007
5.  Fiorentina (-15)   3044     2800  1099 861 840  3882 3243    83      639
6.  Lazio (-3)         2808     2662  1018 775 869  3708 3317    78      391
7.  Napoli (-1)        2783     2508  1005 774 729  3406 2866    75      540
8.  Torino (-1)        2702     2572   931 841 800  3391 3062    77      329
9.  Bologna (-8)       2543     2498   884 783 831  3265 3066    74      199
10. Sampdoria (-1)     2165     2202   740 686 776  2768 2798    64      -30
11. Atalanta (-2)      1937     2074   636 667 771  2387 2686    60     -299
12. Genoa              1722     1858   582 558 718  2321 2614    54     -293
13. Udinese (-9)       1561     1676   543 484 649  2101 2365    48     -264
14. Cagliari           1282     1406   412 458 536  1551 1792    41     -241
15. Parma (-7)          982      970   354 281 335  1256 1250    27        6
16. Palermo             898     1030   307 284 439  1155 1535    29     -380
17. Vicenza             892      986   296 300 390  1014 1261    30     -247
18. Verona              838      980   257 324 399  1018 1330    30     -312
19. Bari                802     1010   258 286 466   978 1514    30     -536
20. Triestina           774      874   253 268 353  1004 1280    26     -276
21. Brescia             613      774   194 225 355   790 1123    23     -333
22. Chievo Verona (-3)  554      634   186 185 263   659  837    17     -178
23. Spal                546      658   175 196 287   666  913    19     -247
24. Livorno             514      626   171 172 283   717 1029    18     -312
25. Catania             505      602   162 181 259   617  862    17     -245
26. Padova              494      560   182 130 248   710  900    16     -190
27. Ascoli              410      508   110 190 208   425  629    16     -204
28. Lecce               407      564   123 161 280   580  946    16     -366
29. Perugia (-5)        387      418   126 140 152   476  554    13      -78
30. Modena              385      444   130 125 189   492  646    13     -154
31. Alessandria         381      440   136 109 195   564  720    13     -156
32. Novara              373      446   133 107 206   545  705    13     -160
33. Como                352      426   109 134 183   411  572    13     -161
34. Pro Patria          338      430   118 102 210   526  784    12     -258
35. Empoli (-7)         357      462   118 128 216   455  672    13     -217
36. Cesena              319      426    80 159 187   364  570    13     -206
37. Foggia              310      358    95 120 143   360  477    11     -117
38. Venezia             295      400    94 107 199   413  631    12     -218
39. Sassuolo            288      304   101  86 117   414  470     8      -56
40. Siena (-1)          272      338    83 107 148   356  472     9     -116
41. Avellino (-5)       264      300    79 111 110   268  338    10      -70
42. Reggina (-11)       262      326    83 107 136   324  467     9     -143
43. Lucchese            244      282    80  84 118   347  470     8     -123
44. Piacenza            218      272    65  88 119   281  373     8      -92
45. Sampierdarenese     202      240    68  66 106   261  379     8     -118
    (Liguria from 37/38 to 42/43)
46. Mantova             184      230    48  88  94   182  266     7      -84
47. Pro Vercelli        171      200    65  41  94   251  323     6      -72
48. Catanzaro           164      210    38  88  84   156  253     7      -97
49. Pisa                161      218    42  77  99   174  275     7     -101
50. Cremonese           158      234    43  72 119   222  366     7     -144
51. Varese              155      218    36  83  99   164  286     7     -122
52. Messina             132      182    39  54  89   165  270     5     -105
53. Pescara             132      234    36  60 138   205  415     7     -210
54. Casale               90      136    33  24  79   149  297     4     -148
55. Lecco                69      102    19  31  52    84  159     3      -75
56. Crotone              68      114    24  20  70   119  216     3      -97 
57. Salernitana          62       74    23  16  35    83  114     2      -31
58. Reggiana             62      102    16  30  56    81  160     3      -79
59. Legnano              61      106    16  29  61   111  214     3     -103
60. Frosinone            43       76    13  17  46    64  145     2      -81
61. Benevento            41       76    13  15  48    73  159     2      -86
62. Ternana              35       60     7  21  32    33   79     2      -46
63. Spezia               30       38     9  12  17    52   72     1      -20
64. Ancona               30       68     8  14  46    60  143     2      -83
65. Carpi                29       38     9  11  18    37   57     1      -20
66. Treviso              18       38     3  12  23    24   56     1      -32
67. Pistoiese            16       30     6   4  20    19   46     1      -27
 

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