Italian Football Champions

The first Italian Championship was organised in 1898 by the Italian Football Federation and lasted all of one day played as a knockout competition between four clubs Genoa (the winners), Internazionale Torino (the runners-up) Ginnastica Torino & FBC Torinese the losing semi-finalists. The format varied with the expanded introduction of new teams until the Prima Divisione was established in 1921 following a dispute between the Federcalcio and some of it’s major clubs (resulting in two confederation league winners during 1921/22). The newly formed competition replaced the old version running for five years with a North/South league split before the Divisione Nazionale was created to legalise professionalism and ban foreign players. In 1929 a new national league competition for the top 18 teams in the country named Serie A would lay down the fundamentals for the 20 team campionato we know and love today.

Prima Catagoria Champions

1898 Genoa

1899 Genoa

1900 Genoa

1901 Milan

1902 Genoa

1903 Genoa

1904 Genoa

1905 Juventus

1906 Milan

1907 Milan

1908 Pro Vercelli

1909 Pro Vercelli

1909/10 Internazionale

1910/11 Pro Vercelli

1911/12 Pro Vercelli

1912/13 Pro Vercelli

1913/14 Casale

1914/15 Genoa

1915/16 No play due to World War I

1916/17 No play due to World War I

1917/18 No play due to World War I

1918/19 No play due to World War I

1919/20 Internazionale

1920/21 Pro Vercelli

1921/22 Novese

Prima Divisione Champions

1921/22 Pro Vercelli

1922/23 Genoa

1923/24 Genoa

1924/25 Bologna

1925/26 Juventus

Divisione Nazionale Champions

1926/27 None (title stripped after match fixing allegations against Torino)

1927/28 Torino

1928/29 Bologna

Serie A Champions

1929/30 Ambrosiana-Inter

1930/31 Juventus

1931/32 Juventus

1932/33 Juventus

1933/34 Juventus

1934/35 Juventus

1935/36 Bologna

1936/37 Bologna

1937/38 Ambrosiana-Inter

1938/39 Bologna

1939/40 Ambrosiana-Inter

1940/41 Bologna

1941/42 Roma

1942/43 Torino

1943/44 Spezia (awarded in 2002 as honorary winners after title disputed during war break)

1944/45 No play due to World War II

1945/46 Torino

1946/47 Torino

1947/48 Torino

1948/49 Torino

1949/50 Juventus

1950/51 Milan

1951/52 Juventus

1952/53 Internazionale

1953/54 Internazionale

1954/55 Milan

1955/56 Fiorentina

1956/57 Milan

1957/58 Juventus

1958/59 Milan

1959/60 Juventus

1960/61 Juventus

1961/62 Milan

1962/63 Internazionale

1963/64 Bologna

1964/65 Internazionale

1965/66 Internazionale

1966/67 Juventus

1967/68 Milan

1968/69 Fiorentina

1969/70 Cagliari

1970/71 Internazionale

1971/72 Juventus

1972/73 Juventus

1973/74 Lazio

1974/75 Juventus

1975/76 Torino

1976/77 Juventus

1977/78 Juventus

1978/79 Milan

1979/80 Internazionale

1980/81 Juventus

1981/82 Juventus

1982/83 Roma

1983/84 Juventus

1984/85 Hellas Verona

1985/86 Juventus

1986/87 Napoli

1987/88 Milan

1988/89 Internazionale

1989/90 Napoli

1990/91 Sampdoria

1991/92 Milan

1992/93 Milan

1993/94 Milan

1994/95 Juventus

1995/96 Milan

1996/97 Juventus

1997/98 Juventus

1998/99 Milan

1999/00 Lazio

2000/01 Roma

2001/02 Juventus

2002/03 Juventus

2003/04 Milan

2004/05 None (title stripped after match fixing allegations against Juventus)

2005/06 Internazionale (title awarded after match fixing allegations against Juventus)

2006/07 Internazionale

2007/08 Internazionale

2008/09 Internazionale

2009/10 Internazionale

2010/11 Milan

2011/12 Juventus

2012/13 Juventus

2013/14 Juventus

2014/15 Juventus

2015/16 Juventus

2016/17 Juventus

2017/18 Juventus

2018/19 Juventus

Most wins: 35 Juventus, 18 Internazionale (inc 3 as Ambrosiana-Inter), 18 Milan, 9 Genoa, 7 Bologna, 7 Pro Vercelli, 7 Torino, 3 Roma, 2 Fiorentina, 2 Lazio, 2 Napoli, 1 Cagliari, 1 Casale, 1 Hellas Verona, 1 Novese, 1 Sampdoria, 1 Spezia.

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