Italy football predictions and tips: League overview

Serie A is the division at the top of the Italian football league system and regarded as one of the top leagues of the world. 20 teams play each other home and away to create a final league table after 380 fixtures. The winners are titled “Campione d’Italia” (Champion of Italy), often referred to as the scudetto.
Serie B is the second highest division in Italian football. It usually has 22 teams playing two fixtures against each other. The two top teams of the league table are automatically promoted, with a third following depending on standings and/or a playoff. Matches are usually played on Saturdays.
Serie C is the third highest level in the Italian football league. It is divided into three geographical divisions; North East, North West and South. These are often referred to as Girone (or group) A, B, C. Each group holds 20 teams who play 38 fixtures each to create a final league table.
Serie C is the third highest level in the Italian football league. It is divided into three geographical divisions; North East, North West and South. These are often referred to as Girone (or group) A, B, C. Each group holds 20 teams who play 38 fixtures each to create a final league table.
Serie C is the third highest level in the Italian football league. It is divided into three geographical divisions; North East, North West and South. These are often referred to as Girone (or group) A, B, C. Each group holds 20 teams who play 38 fixtures each to create a final league table.
Serie D is the fourth level of football in Italy and the highest non-professional level. It is divided into nine regional divisions, often referred to as Girone (or group) A to I. The first-placed team from each division is promoted to Serie C each year. Each division usually holds 18 teams.
Serie D is the fourth level of football in Italy and the highest non-professional level. It is divided into nine regional divisions, often referred to as Girone (or group) A to I. The first-placed team from each division is promoted to Serie C each year. Each division usually holds 18 teams.
Serie D is the fourth level of football in Italy and the highest non-professional level. It is divided into nine regional divisions, often referred to as Girone (or group) A to I. The first-placed team from each division is promoted to Serie C each year. Each division usually holds 18 teams.
Serie D is the fourth level of football in Italy and the highest non-professional level. It is divided into nine regional divisions, often referred to as Girone (or group) A to I. The first-placed team from each division is promoted to Serie C each year. Each division usually holds 18 teams.
Serie D is the fourth level of football in Italy and the highest non-professional level. It is divided into nine regional divisions, often referred to as Girone (or group) A to I. The first-placed team from each division is promoted to Serie C each year. Each division usually holds 18 teams.
Serie D is the fourth level of football in Italy and the highest non-professional level. It is divided into nine regional divisions, often referred to as Girone (or group) A to I. The first-placed team from each division is promoted to Serie C each year. Each division usually holds 18 teams.
Serie D is the fourth level of football in Italy and the highest non-professional level. It is divided into nine regional divisions, often referred to as Girone (or group) A to I. The first-placed team from each division is promoted to Serie C each year. Each division usually holds 18 teams.
Serie D is the fourth level of football in Italy and the highest non-professional level. It is divided into nine regional divisions, often referred to as Girone (or group) A to I. The first-placed team from each division is promoted to Serie C each year. Each division usually holds 18 teams.
Serie D is the fourth level of football in Italy and the highest non-professional level. It is divided into nine regional divisions, often referred to as Girone (or group) A to I. The first-placed team from each division is promoted to Serie C each year. Each division usually holds 18 teams.
Serie A Women is the highest-level football division for women’s football in Italy. It was established in 1968 but has been through many changes since then. It currently holds twelve teams playing each other home and away to form a final league table and a champion.