Betting on Serie A

Series A is the highest league in Italy and it has a long history behind it and has over the years had several different formats. We will tell you about the current format and participating law. The greatness of this league was in the early 1990s. Today, however, it is interesting from a betting perspective as there are many interesting teams playing and where the odds can be advantageous.

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History of the Italian Serie A

Series A started in the year 1929 when the series was played as a national tournament.

Which teams play in Serie A 2018/2019

  • Atalanta
  • Bologna
  • Cagliari
  • Chievo Verona
  • Empoli
  • Fiorentina
  • Frosinone
  • Genoa
  • Inter
  • Juventus
  • Lazio
  • AC Milan
  • Napoli
  • Parma
  • Roma
  • Sampdoria
  • Sassuolo
  • SPAL
  • Torino
  • Udinese

Historical winners in Serie A

Below you can see all the winners historically in Serie A and since the league has a long history, there are many winners to present. During World War II, Serie A was not played, so these years have been ruled out.

  • 1929/1930, Ambrosiana
  • 1930/1931, Juventus
  • 1931/1932, Juventus
  • 1932/1933, Juventus
  • 1933/1934, Juventus
  • 1934/1935, Juventus
  • 1935/1936, Bologna
  • 1936/1937, Bologna
  • 1937/1938, Ambrosiana-Inter
  • 1938/1939, Bologna
  • 1939/1940, Ambrosiana-Inter
  • 1940/1941, Bologna
  • 1941/1942, Roma
  • 1942/1943, Torino
  • 1944, Spezia
  • 1945/1946, Torino
  • 1946/1947, Torino
  • 1947/1948, Torino
  • 1948/1949, Torino
  • 1949/1950, Juventus
  • 1950/1951, Milan
  • 1951/1952, Juventus
  • 1952/1953, Internazionale
  • 1953/1954, Internazionale
  • 1954/1955, Milan
  • 1955/1956, Fiorentina
  • 1956/1957, Milan
  • 1957/1958, Juventus
  • 1958/1959, Milan
  • 1959/1960, Juventus
  • 1960/1961, Juventus
  • 1961/1962, Milan
  • 1962/1963, Internazionale
  • 1963/1964, Bologna
  • 1964/1965, Internazionale
  • 1965/1966, Internazionale
  • 1966/1967, Juventus
  • 1967/1968, Milan
  • 1968/1969, Fiorentina
  • 1969/1970, Cagliari
  • 1970/1971, Internazionale
  • 1971/1972, Juventus
  • 1972/1973, Juventus
  • 1973/1974, Lazio
  • 1974/1975, Juventus
  • 1975/1976, Torino
  • 1976/1977, Juventus
  • 1977/1978, Juventus
  • 1978/1979, Milan
  • 1979/1980, Internazionale
  • 1980/1981, Juventus
  • 1981/1982, Juventus
  • 1982/1983, Roma
  • 1983/1984, Juventus
  • 1984/1985, Verona
  • 1985/1986, Juventus
  • 1986/1987, Napoli
  • 1987/1988, Milan
  • 1988/1989, Internazionale
  • 1989/1990, Napoli
  • 1990/1991, Sampdoria
  • 1991/1992, Milan
  • 1992/1993, Milan
  • 1993/1994, Milan
  • 1994/1995, Juventus
  • 1995/1996, Milan
  • 1996/1997, Juventus
  • 1997/1998, Juventus
  • 1998/1999, Milan
  • 1999/2000, Lazio
  • 2000/2001, Roma
  • 2001/2002, Juventus
  • 2002/2003, Juventus
  • 2003/2004, Milan
  • 2004/2005, Ingen – Juventus blev av med titeln på grund av den stora Serie A skandalen
  • 2005/2006, Internazionale
  • 2006/2007, Internazionale
  • 2007/2008, Internazionale
  • 2008/2009, Internazionale
  • 2009/2010, Internazionale
  • 2010/2011, Milan
  • 2011/2012, Juventus
  • 2012/2013, Juventus
  • 2013/2014, Juventus
  • 2014/2015, Juventus FC
  • 2015/2016, Juventus FC
  • 2016/2017, Juventus FC

How to bet on Italian Serie A?

The league is played with 20 teams but it is not always the whole league has all the teams participation. It happened several years that fewer than 20 teams participated.
The game layout is that all teams meet each other twice, one at home and one on away plan. When winning, the team is awarded 3 points and on a draw the team gets 1 point. If you lose you will be without points. The winner of the table with the most points when the season is over will be the winner. When you win you get Scudetto which is a small shield and you also get a trophy named Coppa Campioni d’Italia. For every 10th victory in Serie A you get a star to wear on their club mark. Juventus has won over 30 times and then has three stars on his club label.

Good position in Serie A gives games in the Champions League

The four top teams in the table when the season is over automatically qualify for games in the Champions League.

How attractive it is to bet on Serie A

The league has been a bit in the shade for some previous years, but is now again out in the limelight and is highly topical. With the long history and heavy teams like Juventus, Inter, Milan, and Naples and Roma can happen a lot. The football in Italy is really big and there are many real football fans all over the country. In terms of betting, the league is monitored by virtually everyone in the sports market and the range is large. Here you can benefit from many attractive odds and it is usually offered both boosted odds and various promotions from the betting companies. Keep an eye on our site to see the latest odds and offers for Serie A

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