2013–14 Serie A
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|Goals scored||1,035 (2.72 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Ciro Immobile |
|Biggest home win||Roma 5–0 Bologna|
(29 September 2013)
Sampdoria 5–0 Hellas Verona
(23 March 2014)
|Biggest away win||Sassuolo 0–7 Internazionale|
(22 September 2013)
|Highest scoring||8 goals:|
Hellas Verona 3–5 Fiorentina
(13 April 2014)
Udinese 5–3 Livorno
(4 May 2014)
|Longest winning run||12 games|
|Longest unbeaten run||22 games|
|Longest winless run||10 games|
|Longest losing run||7 games|
The 2013–14 Serie A (known as the Serie A TIM for sponsorship reasons) was the 112th season of top-tier Italian football, the 82nd in a round-robin tournament, and the 4th since its organization under a league committee separate from Serie B. The season began on 24 August 2013 and concluded on 18 May 2014. As in previous years, Nike provided the official ball for all matches with a new Nike Incyte model used throughout the season. Juventus were the defending champions, and successfully defended their title to win a third Serie A title in a row.
A total of 20 teams competed in the league: 17 sides from the 2012–13 season and three promoted from the 2012–13 Serie B campaign. Palermo, Pescara and Siena were each demoted from the top flight. They were replaced by Serie B champion Sassuolo, runner-up Hellas Verona and play-off winner Livorno. Hellas Verona returned to Serie A after an 11-year absence, Livorno after four seasons and this season marked Sassuolo's Serie A debut.
For the first time in the competition's history, there were five derbies among teams from the same city: Milan (Internazionale and Milan), Turin (Juventus and Torino), Rome (Lazio and Roma), Genoa (Genoa and Sampdoria), and Verona (Chievo and Hellas Verona).
Number of teams by region
|Number of teams||Region||Teams|
|3||Emilia-Romagna||Bologna, Parma and Sassuolo|
|Lombardy||Atalanta, Internazionale and Milan|
|2||Lazio||Lazio and Roma|
|Liguria||Genoa and Sampdoria|
|Piedmont||Juventus and Torino|
|Tuscany||Fiorentina and Livorno|
|Veneto||Chievo and Hellas Verona|
Stadiums and locations
|Team||Home city||Stadium||Capacity||2012–13 season|
|Atalanta||Bergamo||Atleti Azzurri d'Italia||26,542||15th in Serie A|
|Bologna||Bologna||Renato Dall'Ara||38,279||13th in Serie A|
|Cagliari||Cagliari||Sant'Elia1||5,000||11th in Serie A|
|Catania||Catania||Angelo Massimino||23,420||8th in Serie A|
|Chievo||Verona||Marc'Antonio Bentegodi||38,402||12th in Serie A|
|Fiorentina||Florence||Artemio Franchi||47,282||4th in Serie A|
|Genoa||Genoa||Luigi Ferraris||36,685||17th in Serie A|
|Internazionale||Milan||San Siro||80,018||9th in Serie A|
|Juventus||Turin||Juventus Stadium||41,254||Serie A champions|
|Lazio||Rome||Olimpico||72,698||7th in Serie A|
|Livorno||Livorno||Armando Picchi||19,238||Serie B playoffs winner|
|Milan||Milan||San Siro||80,018||3rd in Serie A|
|Napoli||Naples||San Paolo||60,240||2nd in Serie A|
|Parma||Parma||Ennio Tardini||27,906||10th in Serie A|
|Roma||Rome||Olimpico||72,698||6th in Serie A|
|Sampdoria||Genoa||Luigi Ferraris||36,685||14th in Serie A|
(playing in Reggio Emilia)
|Mapei Stadium||20,084||Serie B Champions|
|Torino||Turin||Olimpico di Torino||27,994||16th in Serie A|
|Udinese||Udine||Friuli2||30,642||5th in Serie A|
|Hellas Verona||Verona||Marc'Antonio Bentegodi||38,402||2nd in Serie B|
1Cagliari is going to play at Stadio Nereo Rocco in Trieste while Stadio Sant'Elia is under renovation.
2Some matches may be played at Stadio Nereo Rocco in Trieste if Stadio Friuli's renovation is not finished.
Personnel and sponsorship
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Replaced by||Date of appointment|
|Napoli||Walter Mazzarri||Resigned||19 May 2013||Pre-season||Rafael Benítez||27 May 2013|
|Internazionale||Andrea Stramaccioni||Sacked||24 May 2013||Walter Mazzarri||24 May 2013|
|Chievo||Eugenio Corini||Mutual consent||Giuseppe Sannino||1 July 2013|
|Genoa||Davide Ballardini||Mutual consent||Fabio Liverani||7 June 2013|
|Cagliari||Ivo Pulga||Demoted to assistant coach||Diego López||16 July 2013|
|Roma||Aurelio Andreazzoli||End of caretaker spell||12 June 2013||Rudi Garcia||12 June 2013|
|Genoa||Fabio Liverani||Sacked||29 September 2013||15th||Gian Piero Gasperini||29 September 2013|
|Catania||Rolando Maran||Sacked||20 October 2013||17th||Luigi De Canio||20 October 2013|
|Sampdoria||Delio Rossi||Sacked||11 November 2013||18th||Siniša Mihajlović||20 November 2013|
|Chievo||Giuseppe Sannino||Sacked||11 November 2013||20th||Eugenio Corini||11 November 2013|
|Lazio||Vladimir Petković||Sacked||4 January 2014||10th||Edoardo Reja||4 January 2014|
|Bologna||Stefano Pioli||Sacked||7 January 2014||17th||Davide Ballardini||8 January 2014|
|Milan||Massimiliano Allegri||Sacked||13 January 2014||11th||Clarence Seedorf||16 January 2014|
|Livorno||Davide Nicola||Sacked||13 January 2014||19th||Attilio Perotti||13 January 2014|
|Catania||Luigi De Canio||Sacked||16 January 2014||20th||Rolando Maran||16 January 2014|
|Livorno||Attilio Perotti||End of caretaker spell||21 January 2014||19th||Domenico Di Carlo||21 January 2014|
|Sassuolo||Eusebio Di Francesco||Sacked||28 January 2014||18th||Alberto Malesani||29 January 2014|
|Alberto Malesani||Sacked||3 March 2014||20th||Eusebio Di Francesco||3 March 2014|
|Cagliari||Diego López||Sacked||7 April 2014||15th||Ivo Pulga||7 April 2014|
|Catania||Rolando Maran||Sacked||7 April 2014||20th||Maurizio Pellegrino||7 April 2014|
|Livorno||Domenico Di Carlo||Sacked||21 April 2014||19th||Davide Nicola||21 April 2014|
- ^1 Assistant coach Diego López was promoted to head coaching role after he was admitted to the yearly UEFA Pro Licence course on 16 July 2013, with former head coach Ivo Pulga being moved to an assistant role, thus exchanging roles with respect to the previous season.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Juventus (C)||38||33||3||2||80||23||+57||102||Qualification to Champions League group stage|
|3||Napoli||38||23||9||6||77||39||+38||78||Qualification to Champions League play-off round|
|4||Fiorentina||38||19||8||11||65||44||+21||65||Qualification to Europa League group stage[a]|
|5||Internazionale||38||15||15||8||62||39||+23||60||Qualification to Europa League play-off round[a]|
|6||Parma||38||15||13||10||58||46||+12||58||Ineligible for UEFA competitions[b]|
|7||Torino||38||15||12||11||58||48||+10||57||Qualification to Europa League third qualifying round[b]|
|18||Catania (R)||38||8||8||22||34||66||−32||32||Relegation to Serie B|
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head points; 3rd head-to-head goal difference; 4th goal difference; 5th number of goals scored; 6th public draw.
(Head-to-head record is applied for clubs with the same number of points only once all matches between said clubs have been played)
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated
- Since the 2013–14 Coppa Italia champions Napoli and runners–up Fiorentina qualified for the 2014–15 European football season thus 4th, 5th and 6th in Serie A (barring any failure to receive a "UEFA licence" from the FIGC or a ban from European competition) would qualify for group stage, play-off round and third qualifying round respectively.
- The FIGC rejected the application of Parma for a UEFA license, because Parma had overdue tax debt; their place went to seventh-place Torino, which had a UEFA license.
Positions by round
The table lists the positions of teams after each week of matches. In order to preserve chronological evolvements, any postponed matches were not included to the round at which they were originally scheduled, but added to the full round they were played immediately afterwards. For example, if a match was scheduled for matchday 29 (Sampdoria–Inter Milan), but then postponed and played between days 30 and 31, it was added to the standings for day 30.
If there is a color without a number, it means that the team is at least qualified for that round.
|2014–15 UEFA Champions League Group stage|
|2014–15 UEFA Champions League Play-off round|
|2014–15 UEFA Europa League Play-off round|
|2014–15 UEFA Europa League Third qualifying round|
|2014–15 Serie B|
- As of 29 June 2014
- First goal of the season: Poli (Milan) in Hellas Verona–Milan 2–1, 15 minutes (24 August 2013)
- Fastest goal of the season: Sansone (Sampdoria) in Sassuolo–Sampdoria 1–2, 18 seconds (26 March 2014)
- First yellow card of the season: Jorginho (Hellas Verona) in Hellas Verona–Milan 2–1, 20 minutes (24 August 2013)
- First red card of the season: Castellini (Sampdoria) in Sampdoria–Juventus 0–1, 90 minutes (24 August 2013)
|Giuseppe Rossi||Fiorentina||Juventus||4–2||20 October 2013|
|Domenico Berardi||Sassuolo||Sampdoria||4–3||3 November 2013|
|Carlos Tevez||Juventus||Sassuolo||4–0||15 December 2013|
|Domenico Berardi4||Sassuolo||Milan||4–3||12 January 2014|
|Alberto Aquilani||Fiorentina||Genoa||3–3||26 January 2014|
|Ciro Immobile||Torino||Livorno||3–1||22 March 2014|
|Mattia Destro||Roma||Cagliari||3–1||6 April 2014|
|Alberto Paloschi||Chievo||Livorno||4–2||13 April 2014|
|Gonzalo Higuaín||Napoli||Lazio||4–2||13 April 2014|
|Domenico Berardi||Sassuolo||Fiorentina||4–3||6 May 2014|
|Antonio Di Natale||Udinese||Sampdoria||3–3||17 May 2014|
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