Serie A Table

Serie A is the top professional football division in Italy and one of the most historic and prestigious leagues in world football. With 20 teams competing, Serie A features global giants like Juventus, Inter Milan, AC Milan, AS Roma, and Napoli.

Italian football is defined by tactical innovation, defensive discipline, and some of the most passionate fans in the world. Serie A was formed in 1898, making it one of the oldest leagues in existence. It reached the peak of its popularity in the 1990s when players like Roberto Baggio and Gabriel Batistuta were shining lights.

While Juventus has asserted its domestic dominance with 36 league titles, Inter Milan and AC Milan have gone through periods of continental success winning multiple European Cups. Other clubs like Lazio, Fiorentina, and Parma have challenged the established powers at different times.

In recent years, Serie A has worked to rebuild its global reputation after a period of decline. Juventus has continued its stranglehold on the Scudetto with nine straight titles from 2012 to 2020. But Inter Milan under Antonio Conte broke through to win the 2021 title.

Serie A clubs have lured back Italian legends like José Mourinho to manage. They’ve also signed superstars like Victor Osimhen, Rafael Leao, and Tammy Abraham.

With some of the most storied clubs in football history, iconic stadiums like the San Siro, and Ultras who create incredible tifo displays, Serie A offers a one-of-a-kind footballing atmosphere. The competitive title races, captivating tactical battles, and passionate support give Serie A a special flavour among Europe’s major leagues.