2019-20 Serie A Betting - Italian League Winner Odds

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2019-20 Italian Serie A Betting Odds

Italian Serie A Betting

Serie A does not get the respect that it deserves. It doesn’t have the same prestige as some of the other domestic leagues in Europe even though it has the same tradition and success on the European level. International football is largely what have you done for me lately, so more recent fans don’t have the same appreciation for Italian soccer that they do for other countries. However, the three big Serie A clubs are among the most decorated in the world.

Italy has had a lot of success in the Champions League, although no Italian team has won the competition since 2010. A team from Serie A has gone on to win the Champions League 12 times, making this the third-most prolific country in terms of Champions League titles. A.C. Milan, or Milan for short, leads the way with seven titles, the second-most of any club. Internazionale has won the Champions League three times and was the last Italian team to accomplish the feat. Juventus has won two Champions League titles, but the snake-bitten club has finished runner-up a record seven times.

Juventus has had the least international success of the three big Italian clubs, but The Old Lady has nearly double the number of titles as the two teams from Milan. Juventus has won 35 Serie A titles since the league began its current form back in 1929. Internazionale and AC Milan have both won 18 titles, while the next most successful club is Genoa with 9 scudettos. The last club outside of the big three to win was Roma back in 2001.

2019-20 Italian Serie A Clubs

Atalanta Bergamo Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia
Bologna Bologna Stadio Renato Dall’Ara
Brescia Brescia Stadio Mario Rigamonti
Cagliari Cagliari Sardegna Arena
Fiorentina Florence Stadio Artemio Franchi
Genoa Genoa Stadio Luigi Ferraris
Hellas Verona Verona Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi
Inter Milan Milane San Siro
Juventus Turin Juventus Stadium
Lazio Rome Stadio Olimpico
Lecce Lecce Stadio Via del Mare
Milan Milan San Siro
Napoli Naples Stadio San Paolo
Parma Parma Stadio Ennio Tardini
Roma Rome Stadio Olimpico
Sampdoria Genoa Stadio Luigi Ferraris
Sassuolo Sassuolo Mapei Stadium
S.P.A.L. Ferrara Stadio Paolo Mazza
Torino Turin Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
Udinese Udine Stadio Friuli-Dacia Arena

Past Serie A Winners

2018-2019 Juventus F.C.
2017-2018 Juventus F.C.
2016-2017 Juventus F.C.
2015-2016 Juventus F.C.
2014-2015 Juventus F.C.
2013-2014 Juventus F.C.
2012-2013 Juventus F.C.
2011-2012 Juventus F.C.
2010-2011 A.C. Milan
2009-2010 Inter Milan
2008-2009 Inter Milan
2007-2008 Inter Milan
2006-2007 Inter Milan
2005-2006 Inter Milan
2004-2005 Not awarded
2003-2004 A.C. Milan
2002-2003 Juventus F.C.
2001-2002 Juventus F.C.
2000-2001 A.S. Roma
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1999-2000 SS Lazio
1998-1999 A.C. Milan
1997-1998 Juventus F.C.
1996-1997 Juventus F.C.
1995-1996 A.C. Milan
1994-1995 Juventus F.C.
1993-1994 A.C. Milan
1992-1993 A.C. Milan
1991-1992 A.C. Milan
1990-1991 Sampdoria
1989-1990 S.S.C. Napoli
1988-1989 Inter Milan
1987-1988 A.C. Milan
1986-1987 S.S.C. Napoli
1985-1986 Juventus F.C.
1984-1985 Hellas Verona
1983-1984 Juventus F.C.
1982-1983 A.S. Roma
1981-1982 Juventus F.C.
1980-1981 Juventus F.C.
1979-1980 Inter Milan
1978-1979 A.C. Milan
1977-1978 Juventus F.C.
1976-1977 Juventus F.C.
1975-1976 Torino F.C.
1974-1975 Juventus F.C.
1973-1974 SS Lazio
1972-1973 Juventus F.C.
1971-1972 Juventus F.C.
1970-1971 Inter Milan
1969-1970 Cagliari
1968-1969 ACF Fiorentina
1967-1968 A.C. Milan
1966-1967 Juventus F.C.
1965-1966 Inter Milan
1964-1965 Inter Milan
1963-1964 Bologna F.C. 1909
1962-1963 Inter Milan
1961-1962 A.C. Milan
1960-1961 Juventus F.C.
1959-1960 Juventus F.C.
1958-1959 A.C. Milan
1957-1958 Juventus F.C.
1956-1957 A.C. Milan
1955-1956 ACF Fiorentina
1954-1955 A.C. Milan
1953-1954 Inter Milan
1952-1953 Inter Milan
1951-1952 Juventus F.C.
1950-1951 A.C. Milan
1949-1950 Juventus F.C.
1948-1949 Torino F.C.
1947-1948 Torino F.C.
1946-1947 Torino F.C.
1945-1946 Torino F.C.
1944-1945 League cancelled
1943-1944 VV.FF. Spezia
1942-1943 Torino F.C.
1941-1942 A.S. Roma
1940-1941 Bologna F.C. 1909
1939-1940 Ambrosiana-Inter
1938-1939 Bologna F.C. 1909
1937-1938 Ambrosiana-Inter
1936-1937 Bologna F.C. 1909
1935-1936 Bologna F.C. 1909
1934-1935 Juventus F.C.
1933-1934 Juventus F.C.
1932-1933 Juventus F.C.
1931-1932 Juventus F.C.
1930-1931 Juventus F.C.
1929-1930 Ambrosiana-Inter

Juventus added to its record number of consecutive scudettos with another Serie A title last season. It was the eighth straight title for The Old Lady, and they are the overwhelming favorite again coming into this season.

Empoli and Frosinone lasted just one season in Serie A. Frosinone looked set to go down from the outset, but Empoli are cursing their luck a little bit. They finished tied on points with Genoa and had more wins, yet they lost both of their meetings in the regular season. Chievo Verona were always going to finish in last place after their financial issues before the start of the season, and they earned just 17 points.

Hellas Verona earned promotion after just one season in Serie B by virtue of winning the promotion playoff. They finished in fifth place during the regular season, so they had to knock off three other clubs on their path to promotion. Brescia and Lecce were the other two teams promoted and neither team had been in the top flight since the early part of the decade.

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