List of Serie A Winners Since 1929

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Serie A is a professional football league competition that features the world’s most famous clubs like Internazionale, Milan, and Juventus. It is regarded as one of the best football leagues in the world, which was initially governed by Lega Calcio until 2010. The Lega Serie A, also known by the name National League of Professionals Serie A (LNPA) is the current governing body of the Serie A since the 2010-11 season.

According to the UEFA’s League Coefficient, Serie A ranks as the third among the European Leagues. The Coefficient ranking is based on the performance of the Italian clubs in the most prestigious tournament Champions League and the Europa League during the last five years.

Who Won the First Serie A Title?

Ambrosiana-Inter was the first team to win the Serie A

The first round-robin format Serie A competition was held in 1929, which featured Ambrosiana-Inter and Genoa in the finals.  The Italian club Ambrosiana-Inter was the first team to win the Serie A title by defeating their fellow Italy based opponent Genoa with 50 points at the end of the season. Internazionale, the then called Ambrosiana-Inter is one of the most successful clubs in Serie A.

The team stands second having won 18 titles so far and is the only team in Italian history of football to have never been on the relegation zone. During the 2009-10 season, Inter won the Serie A, Coppa Italia, and the UEFA Champions League and became the first Italian team to have achieved a treble (3 wins in a single season).

Who has won the most Serie A titles? Is it Juventus or Internazionale? Has Juventus ever achieved a treble? Scroll down to know more about the Serie A winners.

Which Team in Serie A is Considered the Most Successful Team?

The most successful team in Serie A is the Italian club Juventus, with an overall win of 34 titles. The second place, with 18 title wins is occupied by two other Italian clubs, Internazionale and AC Milan. Juventus holds the record of defending the title seven times consecutively between the 2011-12 season and the 2017-18 season but has not achieved a treble yet.

They have also won the Italian annual football competition Coppa Italia 13 times and is the first team to hold on to the trophy consecutively with their triumph in the 1958-59 season and the 1959-60 season. They were also the first to win the trophy three consecutive seasons 2015, 2016 and 2017 season. As a record, Juventus won the country’s first single-elimination competition, fourth consecutive time in 2018.

Who is the Reigning Serie A Champion?

The current champion of the Serie A title is the most successful team Juventus. Juventus won the 2017-18 Serie A season, after a 0-0 draw match against another Italian team Roma. The 2017-18 Serie A season is their seventh consecutive win. The current runner-up team is Napoli, which has been the Serie A runner-up 7 times.

How Many Titles have been Won by Juventus?

Juventus has won the title 34 times, of which 32 wins have come after the 1929-30 season. They won the previous two seasons in 1905 and 1926. The first 5-consecutive win record was set by Juventus from 1931 to 1935 season, which has been extended to 7-consecutive win by Juventus itself from 2012 to 2018 season.

Apart from the record of the longest consecutive winning streaks, Juventus also holds the record of winning a back-to-back title 6 times. They have won the 1960 and 1961, 1972 and 1973, 1977 and 1978, 1981 and 1982, 1997 and 1998, 2002 and 2003 seasons.

List of Clubs with More than 5 Wins

The Serie A title has been won by 13 clubs since 1929. The clubs with more than 5 wins is shared below:

  • Juventus – 32 wins
  • Internazionale – 16 wins
  • AC Milan – 15 wins
  • Torino – 6 wins

Bologna has won the Serie A title 5 times, whereas Roma has won the title 3 times.

The clubs that have won the title twice are:

  • Fiorentina
  • Lazio Roma
  • Napoli
  • Hellas Verona

Spezia Calcio, Cagliari, Hellas Verona, and Sampdoria are clubs that have won the title one time each.

Complete List of the Serie A Winners Since 1929

Juventus is the dominating club of the Serie A competition with 34 title wins so far and has been the runner-up team 18 times. Two seasons of Serie A (1944, 1945) were canceled due to Second World War and during the 2004-05 season, no team was crowned as a winner.  Shared below is the full list of the Serie A winners.

Serie A Winners List

YearWinnersRunners-up
1929–30Ambrosiana-InterGenoa
1930–31JuventusRoma
1931–32JuventusBologna
1932–33JuventusAmbrosiana-Inter
1933–34JuventusAmbrosiana-Inter
1934–35JuventusAmbrosiana-Inter
1935–36BolognaRoma
1936–37BolognaLazio
1937–38Ambrosiana-InterJuventus
1938–39BolognaTorino
1939–40Ambrosiana-InterBologna
1940–41BolognaAmbrosiana-Inter
1941–42RomaTorino
1942–43TorinoLivorno
1944VV.FF. Spezia (honorific title awarded in 2002)Torino FIAT
1944–45Canceled due to Second World War
1945–46TorinoJuventus
1946–47TorinoJuventus
1947–48TorinoJuventus/Milan/Triestina
1948–49TorinoInternazionale
1949–50JuventusMilan
1950–51MilanInternazionale
1951–52JuventusMilan
1952–53InternazionaleJuventus
1953–54InternazionaleJuventus
1954–55MilanUdinese
1955–56FiorentinaMilan
1956–57MilanFiorentina
1957–58JuventusFiorentina
1958–59MilanFiorentina
1959–60JuventusFiorentina
1960–61JuventusMilan
1961–62MilanInternazionale
1962–63InternazionaleJuventus
1963–64BolognaInternazionale
1964–65InternazionaleMilan
1965–66InternazionaleBologna
1966–67JuventusInternazionale
1967–68MilanNapoli
1968–69FiorentinaCagliari
1969–70CagliariInternazionale
1970–71InternazionaleMilan
1971–72JuventusMilan
1972–73JuventusMilan
1973–74LazioJuventus
1974–75JuventusNapoli
1975–76TorinoJuventus
1976–77JuventusTorino
1977–78JuventusVicenza
1978–79MilanPerugia
1979–80InternazionaleJuventus
1980–81JuventusRoma
1981–82JuventusFiorentina
1982–83RomaJuventus
1983–84JuventusRoma
1984–85Hellas VeronaTorino
1985–86JuventusRoma
1986–87NapoliJuventus
1987–88MilanNapoli
1988–89InternazionaleNapoli
1989–90NapoliMilan
1990–91SampdoriaMilan
1991–92MilanJuventus
1992–93MilanInternazionale
1993–94MilanJuventus
1994–95JuventusLazio
1995–96MilanJuventus
1996–97JuventusParma
1997–98JuventusInternazionale
1998–99MilanLazio
1999–00LazioJuventus
2000–01RomaJuventus
2001–02JuventusRoma
2002–03JuventusInternazionale
2003–04MilanRoma
2004–05Not awardedMilan
2005–06InternazionaleRoma
22006–07InternazionaleRoma
2007–08InternazionaleRoma
22008–09InternazionaleJuventus
2009–10InternazionaleRoma
2010–11MilanInternazionale
2011–12JuventusMilan
2012–13JuventusNapoli
2013–14JuventusRoma
2014–15JuventusRoma
2015–16JuventusNapoli
2016–17JuventusRoma
2017–18JuventusNapoli

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