List of football clubs in Italy
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Clubs by division
- 2020–21 Serie A clubs. For a complete list of clubs see List of Italian Football Championship clubs.
- 2021–22 Serie B clubs.
- 2021–22 Serie C clubs.
Group A (North)
Group B (Central)
Group C (South)
Former Serie A runner-up Livorno (18 seasons in Serie A, 27 seasons in Serie B) was relegated from Serie C after 2020-21, but the club dissolved before registering for Serie D.
Chievo (17 seasons in Serie A, 10 seasons in Serie B) was excluded from Serie B following an 8th place finish in 2020-21 due to financial irregularities and failed to register for play in 2021-22.
The below tables listing amateur-level Italian soccer clubs are out of date or incomplete. The following teams are presently participants in Serie D (or lower) but have formerly played at Serie A, the top level of Italian professional football:
- Novara - 13 seasons in Serie A plus 34 seasons ins Serie B
- Varese - 7 seasons in Serie A plus 21 seasons in Serie B (since demoted to Eccellenza)
- Casale - 4 seasons in Serie A plus 4 seasons in Serie B
- Legnano (different from Serie C's Legnano Salus) - 3 seasons in Serie A plus 14 seasons in Serie B
- Treviso - 1 season in Serie A plus 16 seasons in Serie B
- Carpi - 1 season in Serie A plus 5 seasons in Serie B
Further, the following participants of Serie D have previously played at the Serie B level of Italian football but not Serie A:
- Arezzo (16 seasons)
- Fanfulla (12 seasons)
- Marzotto (10 seasons)
- Prato (10 seasons)
- Rimini (9 seasons)
- Ravenna (7 seasons)
- Brindisi (6 seasons)
- Viareggio (6 seasons)
- Savona (5 seasons)
- Trapani (5 seasons) (subsequnetly disbanded)
- Barletta (4 seasons)
- Casale (4 seasons)
- Cavese (3 seasons)
- Derthona (3 seasons)
- L'Aquila (3 seasons)
- Samremese (3 seasons)
- Savoia (3 seasons)
- Rieti (2 seasons)
- Acireale (2 seasons)
- Crema (2 seasons)
- Casertana (2 seasons)
- Licata (2 seasons)
- Alzano Virescit (1 season)
- Forli (1 season)
- Massese (1 season)
- Mestre (1 season)
- Sorrento (1 season)
- Ponte San Pietro Isola (1 season as Vita Nova)
Several other former Serie B participants retain active amateur clubs below Serie D as of 2020-21.
Vigevano Calcio (11 seasons of Serie B) was relegated from Serie D to Eccellenza Lombardy after 2011. Pavia (4 seasons of Serie B) was also relegated from Serie D to Eccellenza after 2019. Lanciano Calcio 1920 joined Eccellenza Abruzzo after 2019 promotion. Biellese, Scafatese, Suzzara, and Trani each have played two seasons of Serie B, but presently play in the fifth level of Italian football. Centese, Gallipoli, Magenta, Portogruaro, and Sestrese spent a single season in Serie B but presently participate at the Eccellenza level as well.
Molinella (1 season of Serie B) plays at the seventh level of Italian football.
- 2016–17 Serie D clubs