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The 2019-20 Serie A is top-tier Italian football's 11th season and the 88th in a round-robin tournament. It is also the 10th since its organisation under the Lega Serie A, its own league committee. The season runs from August 24, 2019 to May 24, 2020 and takes place in various stadiums across Italy, with Juventus as the eighth-time defending champion. 

The Serie A Legacy 

Founded in 1929, Serie A was preliminarily split into regional groups, and since then has become the Italian football’s national top-flight division. Inter Milan has made history after reigning in the inaugural season, which paved the way for them to get the coveted trophy over 15 times, a number similar to that of AC Milan, one of their toughest local rivals. 

However, Juventus FC has made a mark for being the Italian football’s most triumphant team, finishing top of the league on over 30 occasions. The champions have been granted the Coppa Campioni d'Italia trophy since 2005, while during the succeeding season, the kit of the team featured a small coat of arms called the ‘scudetto’ alongside the Italian flag. 

Over the years, the number of clubs competing in the acclaimed Serie A has greatly varied, with a low of 16 from 1934 to 143 and a high of 21 from 1947 to 1948. However, it was in 2004 when the division had begun to welcome 20 clubs into the fold every season. Come 2016, Serie A became one of the top-flight leagues to adapt using video replays. 

That’s a long and rich history. But here’s the bottomline—you need to get your hands on Serie A tickets if you want to be part of this massive sporting event. 

Serie A Teams 

The top four teams to win the 2019-20 season, will qualify straight to the prestigious UEFA Champions League. Meanwhile, those who finish fifth and sixth will officially be eligible for the UEFA Europa League tournament. The following are the 20 Italian teams vying to win with flying colours in the season. 

  • Atalanta (Bergamo) 
  • Bologna (Bologna)
  • Brescia (Brescia) 
  • Cagliari (Cagliari) 
  • Florentina (Florence) 
  • Genoa (Genoa) 
  • Hellas Verona (Verona) 
  • Internazionale (Milan) 
  • Juventus (Turin) 
  • Lazio (Rome) 
  • Lecce (Lecce) 
  • Milan (Milan) 
  • Napoli (Naples) 
  • Parma (Parma) 
  • Roma (Rome) 
  • Sampdoria (Genoa) 
  • Sassuolo (Sassuolo)
  • SPAL (Ferrara)
  • Torino (Turin)
  • Udinese (Udine)

Serie A Stadiums 

For the very first time in the history of Serie A, four clubs will be representing two regions: Lombardia and Emilia Romagna. 

The regions with one team are Veneto, Toscana, Sardegna, Puglia, Friuli, and Campania

The regions with two teams are Piemonte, Liguria, and Lazio

The regions without a club are Sicilia, Calabria, Basilicata, Molise, Abruzzo, Marche, Umbria, Trentino-Alto Adige, and Valle d’Aosta

There are also six teams sharing the same stadium: Lazio & Roma (Stadio Olimpico); Sampdoria & Genoa (Stadio Luigi Ferraris); Milan & Inter (Stadio Giuseppe Meazza).

Some stadiums are undergoing renovations, which will impact the seating capacity. Thus, it is wise to be an early bird by securing your football tickets Serie A as soon as possible. 

The following is the list of stadiums hosting the Serie A tournament for the 2019-20 season: 

  • Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia (Bergamo City) 
  • Stadio Renato Dall’Ara (Bologna City)
  • Stadio Mario Rigamonti (Brescia City) 
  • Sardegna Arena (Cagliari City)
  • Stadio Artemio Franchi (Florence City) 
  • Stadio Luigi Ferraris (Genoa City) 
  • Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (Milan City) 
  • Juventus Stadium (Turin City) 
  • Stadio Olimpico    (Rome City) 
  • Stadio Via del Mare (Lecce City) 
  • Stadio San Paolo (Naples City)
  • Stadio Ennio Tardini (Parma City) 
  • Stadio Olimpico (Rome City)
  • Mapei Stadium (Reggio Emilia City)
  • Stadio Comunale Paolo Mazza (Ferrara)
  • Stadio Olimpico (Turin)
  • Stadio Friuli (Udine) 
  • Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi (Verona)

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