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Serie A is the top league in club football in Italy. Serie A is governed by the Italian Football Association. Serie A is also called as Serie A TIM as, TIM is major sponsor of this league. Like other top league Serie A has 20 clubs altogether since 2004-05. Before that Serie A has usually 16 or 18 clubs. Season runs every year from August to May, every team play 2 matches with each of the team in Serie A, one home and one away. Thus totaling 38 matches altogether by a team in the season.Serie A’s 20 clubs are contested and operates on the system of promotion and relegation with Serie B. Serie A is famous for its defense and considered as defensive league and it is fact that Serie A is the lower scoring league in Europe. The winner of Serie A is awarded with Scudetto and the Copa Campioni d’Italia. Serie A is ranked fourth among the European top leagues, behind La Liga, Premier League and Bundesliga.View tournament page
Coupe Italy (La Coppa Italia) is the annual Italian football trophy competition. The first tournament was held in 1922, but then the tournament was not held until 1936. Juventus is the team that has won the most trophies with 13 wins, followed by Rome with 9 wins and third with 7 wins. Juventus is the team with the highest number of appearances in the tournament final with 18 appearances, followed by Rome with 17 appearances, followed by Milan with 14 appearances.View tournament page
S.P.A.L. (Italian pronunciation: [spal]), an acronym for Società Polisportiva Ars et Labor, is a professional Italian football club, based in Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna. The team plays in Serie A, the highest level of the Italian football league system.
Founded in 1907, since 1928 they have played their home matches at Stadio Paolo Mazza, named after Paolo Mazza (chairman of the club 1946–1977).
In total, SPAL have participated in 24 top-tier, 25 second-tier, 41 third-tier, 7 fourth-tier and 1 fifth-tier league seasons. The club’s best finish was when they came fifth in the 1959–60 Serie A; they also reached the 1961–62 Coppa Italia final.
The club is owned by Vetroresina S.p.A. and chaired by Walter Mattioli. The current manager is Leonardo Semplici.