Football clubs in Italy
Football cities of Italy
Milan, Florence, Genoa, Rome, Turin, Alessandria, Ascoli Piceno, Bari, Benevento, Bergamo, Bologna, Bolzano, Brescia, Cagliari, Cittadella, Como, Cosenza, Cremona, Crotone, Empoli, Ferrara, Frosinone, La Spezia, Lecce, Lignano Sabbiadoro, Modena, Monza, Naples, Padua, Palermo, Parma, Perugia, Pisa, Reggio Calabria, Reggio Emilia, Salerno, Terni, Udine, Venice, Verona, Vicenza
Football leagues of Italy
Serie A - 22/23
Serie A - 21/22
Serie B - 22/23
Serie B - 21/22
Italy has a strong football culture and is home to many successful football clubs. Here are some of the most notable football clubs in Italy:
Juventus FC: Based in Turin, Juventus FC is one of the most successful football clubs in Italy. The club has won the Serie A title a record 36 times and the UEFA Champions League twice. Juventus FC is also known for having some of the most passionate and dedicated supporters in Italy.
AC Milan: Founded in 1899, AC Milan is based in Milan and has a rich history of success. The club has won the Serie A title 18 times and the UEFA Champions League 7 times, including back-to-back wins in 1989 and 1990. AC Milan is also known for their iconic red and black striped jerseys.
Inter Milan: Founded in 1908, Inter Milan is also based in Milan and is one of AC Milan's biggest rivals. The club has won the Serie A title 19 times and the UEFA Champions League 3 times. Inter Milan is known for their strong defense and counterattacking style of play.
AS Roma: Based in Rome, AS Roma is known for their passionate supporters and intense rivalries with other clubs in the city. The club has won the Serie A title 3 times and the Coppa Italia 9 times. AS Roma is also known for their legendary players such as Francesco Totti.
SS Lazio: Also based in Rome, SS Lazio is AS Roma's main rival. The club has won the Serie A title twice and the Coppa Italia 7 times. SS Lazio is known for their distinctive sky blue and white striped jerseys and passionate supporters.
Napoli: Based in Naples, Napoli has a strong fan base and a rich history of success. The club has won the Serie A title twice and the UEFA Cup once. Napoli is also known for their legendary player Diego Maradona, who led the club to their first-ever Serie A title in 1987.
Fiorentina: Based in Florence, Fiorentina is known for their distinctive purple jerseys and attacking style of play. The club has won the Serie A title twice and the Coppa Italia 6 times.
These are just some of the most notable football clubs in Italy, and there are many other clubs throughout the country that also have passionate fan bases and contribute to the rich football culture in Italy.
Serie A: Official Website of the Serie A, Wikipedia
Serie B: Official Website of the Serie B, Wikipedia