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A series

The A series is the most important club competition in Italy and one of the most powerful in Europe along with the Spanish and the English. This league is played by the top 20 teams in the country in a double-round format, which means that each club plays a total of 38 games. In the end, the first classified is proclaimed champion and the last three descend to Series B.
To Italian league historically it has been considered one of the most competitive and harsh due to the spirit and defensive toughness of its teams, characteristics that make the results of the A series be very close.

The most important teams in Italy

Italy is a country with a great soccer tradition. This has meant that throughout history several of their teams have marked an era. Some of the most outstanding are Juventus, Milan, Inter Milan or Naples, among others.

Series A History

The A series She is the heir to an Italian tournament that dates back two centuries, specifically to 1898, the year in which the national football competition began to be held.