Serie A Season 2019-20 Standings
Italian Serie A or Serie A is professional league competition for football club located at top of Italian football league system. It has been played since 1929-30. In the first season of series A there were eighteen (18) clubs. In different seasons the number of competitive teams were decreasing or increasing like from 1934-1942 there were sixteen (16) clubs in the seasons. From the season 1946-1947 twenty (20) clubs and 1947-1948 twenty one (21) clubs were taking part in Serie A.
In the present format which is played since 2004 twenty (20) clubs are taking part in the competition which runs from August to May. Each club plays twice with each of the other teams, once at home and once away. Total of thirty eight (38) games for each team by the end of the season. Juventus is the successful teams of Serie A by winning the competition thirty five (35) times and twenty one (21) times they are runner-up. AC Milan and Internazionale both are eighteen (18) time winners of the tournament. Juventus is the winner of the 2017/18 season.
Three points are awarded to team for a win, one point for draw and zero for a loss. The teams are ranked by their total points accumulated, head-to-head match results, wins, goal differences and goals scored. Team with the highest number of points at the end of the season wins the competition. Last three rank teams are relegated to the Serie B
Serie A Season 2019-20
Inter Milan is leading the table with 38 points in 15 matches as the Cristiano Ronaldo team Juventus stands at 2nd with 36 points.
Serie A Teams Season 2019/20
Atalanta, Bologna, Brescia, Cagliari, Fiorentina, Genoa, Inter Milan, Juventus, Lazio, Lecce, Milan, Napoli, Parma, Roma, Sampdoria, Sassuolo, SPAL, Torino, Verona, Udinese.
Serie A Season 2019/20 Top Scorers
Lazio striker Ciro Immobile is leading goal scorer with 17 goals while Joao Pedro & Romelu Lukaku stands at 2nd with 10 goals each.
Serie A Winners History
Juventus: 35 wins, 21 Runners-up
AC Milan: 18 wins, 15 Runners-up
Internazionale: 18 wins, 14 Runners-up
Genoa: 9 wins, 4 Runners-up
Torino: 7 wins, 7 Runners-up
Bologna: 7 wins, 4 Runners-up
Pro Vercelli: 7 wins, 1 Runners-up
Roma: 3 wins, 14 Runners-up
Napoli: 2 wins, 8 Runners-up
Lazio: 2 wins, 6 Runners-up
Fiorentina: 2 wins, 5 Runners-up
Cagliari: 1 wins, 1 Runners-up
Casale: 1 wins
Novese: 1 wins
Hellas Verona: 1 wins
Sampdoria: 1 wins
Silvio Piola: 274 goals
Francesco Totti: 250 goals
Gunnar Nordahl: 225 goals
Jose Altafini: 216 goals
Giuseppe Meazza: 216 goals
Antonio Di Natale: 209 goals
Roberto Baggio: 205 goals
Kurt Hamrin: 190 goals
Giuseppe Signori: 188 goals
Alessandro Del Piero: 188 goals
Alberto Gilardino: 188 goals