List of Serie A winning managers

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This is a list of Serie A winning football managers. Serie A is the men's top professional football division of the Italian football league system. Prior to 1930, it was known by other names, such as Divisione Nazionale.

Giovanni Trapattoni has won Serie A seven times (with two clubs), more than any other manager.


Seasons and winning managers[edit]

Season Manager Nationality Club Ref.
1929–30 Árpád Weisz  Hungary Ambrosiana-Inter
1930–31 Carlo Carcano  Italy Juventus [1]
1931–32 Carlo Carcano  Italy Juventus [1]
1932–33 Carlo Carcano  Italy Juventus [1]
1933–34 Carlo Carcano  Italy Juventus [1]
1934–35 Carlo Bigatto  Italy Juventus [1]
1935–36 Árpád Weisz  Hungary Bologna
1936–37 Árpád Weisz  Hungary Bologna
1937–38 Armando Castellazzi  Italy Ambrosiana-Inter
1938–39 Hermann Felsner  Austria Bologna
1939–40 Giuseppe Peruchetti  Italy Ambrosiana-Inter
1940–41 Hermann Felsner  Austria Bologna
1941–42 Alfréd Schaffer  Hungary Roma
1942–43 András Kuttik  Hungary Torino
1943–44 Cancelled due to World War II
1944–45
1945–46 Luigi Ferrero  Italy Torino [2]
1946–47 Luigi Ferrero  Italy Torino [2]
1947–48 Mario Sperone  Italy Torino [2]
1948–49 Leslie Lievesley  England Torino [2]
1949–50 Jesse Carver  England Juventus [1][2]
1950–51 Lajos Czeizler  Hungary Milan [2]
1951–52 György Sárosi  Hungary Juventus [2]
1952–53 Alfredo Foni  Italy Inter [2]
1953–54 Alfredo Foni  Italy Inter [2]
1954–55 Ettore Puricelli  Italy Milan [2]
1955–56 Fulvio Bernardini  Italy Fiorentina [2]
1956–57 Giuseppe Viani  Italy Milan [2]
1957–58 Ljubiša Broćić  Yugoslavia Juventus [1][2]
1958–59 Giuseppe Viani  Italy Milan [2]
1959–60 Carlo Parola  Italy Juventus [1][2][a]
1960–61 Carlo Parola  Italy Juventus [1][2][a]
1961–62 Nereo Rocco  Italy Milan [2]
1962–63 Helenio Herrera  France Inter [2]
1963–64 Fulvio Bernardini  Italy Bologna [2]
1964–65 Helenio Herrera  France Inter [2]
1965–66 Helenio Herrera  France Inter [2]
1966–67 Heriberto Herrera  Paraguay Juventus [1][2]
1967–68 Nereo Rocco  Italy Milan [2]
1968–69 Bruno Pesaola  Italy Fiorentina [2]
1969–70 Manlio Scopigno  Italy Cagliari [2]
1970–71 Giovanni Invernizzi  Italy Inter [2]
1971–72 Čestmír Vycpálek  Czech Republic Juventus [1][2]
1972–73 Čestmír Vycpálek  Czech Republic Juventus [1][2]
1973–74 Tommaso Maestrelli  Italy Lazio [2]
1974–75 Carlo Parola  Italy Juventus [1][2]
1975–76 Luigi Radice  Italy Torino [2]
1976–77 Giovanni Trapattoni  Italy Juventus [1][2]
1977–78 Giovanni Trapattoni  Italy Juventus [1][2]
1978–79 Nils Liedholm  Sweden Milan [2]
1979–80 Eugenio Bersellini  Italy Inter [2]
1980–81 Giovanni Trapattoni  Italy Juventus [1][2]
1981–82 Giovanni Trapattoni  Italy Juventus [1][2]
1982–83 Nils Liedholm  Sweden Roma [2]
1983–84 Giovanni Trapattoni  Italy Juventus [1][2]
1984–85 Osvaldo Bagnoli  Italy Hellas Verona [2]
1985–86 Giovanni Trapattoni  Italy Juventus [2]
1986–87 Ottavio Bianchi  Italy Napoli [2]
1987–88 Arrigo Sacchi  Italy Milan [2]
1988–89 Giovanni Trapattoni  Italy Inter [2]
1989–90 Alberto Bigon  Italy Napoli [2]
1990–91 Vujadin Boškov  Yugoslavia Sampdoria [2]
1991–92 Fabio Capello  Italy Milan [2]
1992–93 Fabio Capello  Italy Milan [2]
1993–94 Fabio Capello  Italy Milan [2]
1994–95 Marcello Lippi  Italy Juventus [1][2]
1995–96 Fabio Capello  Italy Milan [2]
1996–97 Marcello Lippi  Italy Juventus [1][2]
1997–98 Marcello Lippi  Italy Juventus [1][2]
1998–99 Alberto Zaccheroni  Italy Milan [2]
1999–2000 Sven-Göran Eriksson  Sweden Lazio [2]
2000–01 Fabio Capello  Italy Roma [2]
2001–02 Marcello Lippi  Italy Juventus [1][2]
2002–03 Marcello Lippi  Italy Juventus [1][2]
2003–04 Carlo Ancelotti  Italy Milan [2]
2004–05 Stripped from Juventus [2]
2005–06 Roberto Mancini  Italy Inter [2]
2006–07 Roberto Mancini  Italy Inter [2]
2007–08 Roberto Mancini  Italy Inter [2]
2008–09 José Mourinho  Portugal Inter [2]
2009–10 José Mourinho  Portugal Inter [2]
2010–11 Massimiliano Allegri  Italy Milan [2]
2011–12 Antonio Conte  Italy Juventus [1][2]
2012–13 Antonio Conte  Italy Juventus [1][2]
2013–14 Antonio Conte  Italy Juventus [1][2]
2014–15 Massimiliano Allegri  Italy Juventus [1][2]
2015–16 Massimiliano Allegri  Italy Juventus [1][2]
2016–17 Massimiliano Allegri  Italy Juventus [1][2]
2017–18 Massimiliano Allegri  Italy Juventus [1][2]
2018–19 Massimiliano Allegri  Italy Juventus [1][2]
2019–20 Maurizio Sarri  Italy Juventus [1][2]
2020–21 Antonio Conte  Italy Inter [1][2]

Most wins by individual[edit]

Nationality Manager Wins Club(s)
 Italy Giovanni Trapattoni 7 Juventus, Inter
 Italy Massimiliano Allegri 6 Milan, Juventus
 Italy Fabio Capello 5 Milan, Roma
 Italy Marcello Lippi 5 Juventus
 Italy Carlo Carcano 4 Juventus
 Italy Antonio Conte 4 Juventus, Inter
 Argentina Helenio Herrera 3 Inter
 Italy Roberto Mancini 3 Inter
 Italy Carlo Parola 3 Juventus
 Hungary Árpád Weisz 3 Ambrosiana-Inter, Bologna

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Carlo Parola was the manager for these seasons while Renato Cesarini was the technical director, as shown here and here.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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