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Serie ASerie A
Founded:1898 (since 1929 as Serie A)
Number of teams:20 (last 3 descend to Serie B)
Champions League:3 teams
Europa League:2 teams
Winner of league:plays for Italian Supercoppa with the winner Coppa Italia
Club City Stadium Capacity
 1.      AC Milan Milan San Siro 80 018
 2.      Inter Milan Milan San Siro 80 018
 3.      AS Rome Rome Stadio Olimpico 70 634
 4.      SS Lazio Rome Stadio Olimpico 70 634
 5.      SSC Napoli Napoli San Paolo 60 240
 6.      ACF Fiorentina Florence Artemio Franchi 47 282
 7.      Juventus FC Turin Juventus Stadium 41 250
 8.      Chievo Verona Marcantonio Bentegodi 38 402
 9.      Hellas Verona Verona Marcantonio Bentegodi 38 402
 10.      Bologna FC Bologna Stadio Renato Dall'Ara 38 279
 11.      Genova CFC Genova Stadio Luigi Ferraris 36 500
 12.      UC Sampdoria Genova Stadio Luigi Ferraris 36 500
 13.      Torino FC Turin Stadio Olimpico 25 300
 14.      Udinese Calcio Udine Stadio Friuli 25 132
 15.      Benevento Benevento Stadio Ciro Vigorito 25 000
 16.      Atalanta BC Bergamo Atleti Azzurri d'Italia 24 642
 17.      Cagliari Calcio Cagliari Stadio Sant'Elia 23 486
 18.      US Sassuolo Calcio Sassuolo Città del Tricolore 20 084
 19.      SPAL 2013 Ferrara Stadio Paolo Mazza 12 348
 20.      Crotone Crotone Stadio Ezio Scida 11 640


Fiorentina hatching plans to build a new stadium

Florence - new stadiumFlorence - new stadium03.04.2017: Considering present day standards, the Fiorentina stadium may be deemed as quite outdated, just like most stadiums in Italy. In comparison with other European countries, it is clear that Italy lags behind in the matter of building new stadiums or renovating the old ones. The obvious exception is the new Juventus Stadium, opened in 2011, and the renovated stadium in Udine. However, lack of financial means mars or at least postpones these plans, which, for the most part, exist only in theory. A new home ground would certainly please AS Rome, Lazio Rome, Palermo, as well as Fiorentina.

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San Siro – the world famous giant from Milan

Milan - San Siro / G. MeazzaMilan - San Siro / G. Meazza

28.05.2016: The San Siro stadium is the home of both AC Milan and Inter Milan. However, the Inter Milan fans call it the Giuseppe Meazza stadium. So let’s have a closer look at this giant stadium. San Siro, or Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, has an almost ideal location for a stadium – it is close to the city centre. You can reach the stadium by a bus, trolleybus, tram or underground several times a day. This means that every match played at San Siro is attended by tens of thousands of fans.

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Stadium with a 70-meter tower – ACF Fiorentina

Florence - Artemio FranchiFlorence - Artemio Franchi29.02.2016: Today we will be visiting a country devoted to football, but which is, however, beginning to lag behind, and not only with regard to football stadiums. As the headline indicates, we will take a closer look at the stadium of ACF Fiorentina, called Artemio Franchi. Most football fans are now aware of the fact that the Italian Serie A is not as good a competition as it used to be, and that there are better competitions, with higher quality games and more elegant stadiums – e.g. the German Bundesliga, undoubtedly one of the best football leagues in Europe, ergo in the whole world.

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Renovation of Udinese stadium about to be completed

Udine -  Stadio FriuliUdine - Stadio Friuli31.08.2015: Already in 2013 we gave you information about the reconstruction of the stadium, which is the home ground of a traditional, Italian Serie A club, Udinese Calcio. That same year the renovation of the main stand began – it is the only stand to retain its original design. The unique feature of the main stand is its arched roof, symbolic of the entire stadium. The old oval-shaped stands with the running track were replaced by new stands, making the stadium football-only.

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