Supercoppa di Serie C

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Supercoppa di Serie C
Number of teams2 (2000–14)
3 (2015–)
Current championsCatanzaro (1st title)
Most successful club(s)Modena, Novara, Spezia
(2 titles each)

The Supercoppa di Serie C,[1] formerly named Supercoppa di Lega Pro, is an Italian football competition played by the three group winners of Serie C. The competition was inaugurated in 2000.


The FIGC introduced a third-level national football championship for the first time following the reforms of 1926.[2] The Direttorio Divisioni Inferiori Nord, the fascist authority ruling the second division in Northern Italy, introduced a national cup for the group winners.

In 1928 the fascists decided to allow the fully national Direttorio Divisioni Superiori to organize the third-level championship instead. A cup for the group winners, and promotion to newly-born Serie B was maintained.

However, Italian tifosi showed very little interest for this honorific cup, so it was discontinued for seventy years.[3]


Season Home team Score Away team Venue
2000 Crotone 1–1 Siena Stadio Ezio Scida, Crotone
Siena 1–0 Crotone Stadio Artemio Franchi, Siena
Siena (group A) won 2–1 on aggregate
2001 Palermo 0–2
(judge decision)
Modena Stadio Renzo Barbera, Palermo
Modena 3–0 Palermo Stadio Alberto Braglia, Modena
Modena (group A) won 5–0 on aggregate
2002 Ascoli 1–0 Livorno Stadio Del Duca, Ascoli Piceno
Livorno 2–1 Ascoli Stadio Armando Picchi, Livorno
Ascoli (group B) won on away goals rule, aggregate tied 2–2
2003 Treviso 0–2 Avellino Stadio Omobono Tenni, Treviso
Avellino 0–2 Treviso Stadio Partenio, Avellino
Treviso (group A) won 9–8 on penalties, aggregate tied 2–2
2004 Arezzo 3–0 Catanzaro Stadio Comunale, Arezzo
Catanzaro 0–1 Arezzo Stadio Nicola Ceravolo, Catanzaro
Arezzo (group A) won 4–0 on aggregate
2005 Rimini 5–2 Cremonese Stadio Romeo Neri, Rimini
Cremonese 2–4 Rimini Stadio Giovanni Zini, Cremona
Rimini (group B) won 9–4 on aggregate
2006 Spezia 0–0 Napoli Stadio Alberto Picco, La Spezia
Napoli 1–1 Spezia Stadio San Paolo, Napoli
Spezia (group A) won on away goals rule, aggregate tied 1–1
2007 Ravenna 1–1 Grosseto Stadio Bruno Benelli, Ravenna
Grosseto 1–0 Ravenna Stadio Carlo Zecchini, Grosseto
Grosseto (group A) won 2–1 on aggregate
2008 Sassuolo 0–1 Salernitana Stadio Enzo Ricci, Sassuolo
Salernitana 0–1 Sassuolo Stadio Arechi, Salerno
Sassuolo (group A) won 5-4 on penalties, aggregate tied 1–1
2009 Gallipoli 0–0 Cesena Stadio Antonio Bianco, Gallipoli
Cesena 1–2 Gallipoli Dino Manuzzi, Cesena
Gallipoli (group B) won 2–1 on aggregate
2010 Portogruaro 1–3 Novara Piergiovanni Mecchia, Portogruaro
Novara 2–3 Portogruaro Silvio Piola, Novara
Novara (group A) won 5–4 on aggregate
2011 Gubbio 1–1 Nocerina Stadio Pietro Barbetti, Gubbio
Nocerina 1–0 Gubbio Stadio San Francesco, Nocera Inferiore
Nocerina (group B) won 2–1 on aggregate
2012 Ternana 0–0 Spezia Stadio Libero Liberati, Terni
Spezia 2–1 Ternana Stadio Alberto Picco, La Spezia
Spezia (group B) won 2–1 on aggregate
2013 Avellino 1–1 Trapani Stadio Partenio-Adriano Lombardi, Avellino
Trapani 2–2 Avellino Stadio Polisportivo Provinciale, Erice
Avellino (group B) won on away goals rule, aggregate tied 3–3
2014 Virtus Entella 1–1 Perugia Stadio Comunale, Chiavari
Perugia 3–1 Virtus Entella Stadio Renato Curi, Perugia
Perugia (group B) won 4–2 on aggregate
2015 Novara 3–2 Salernitana Stadio Silvio Piola, Novara
Salernitana 1–1 Teramo Stadio Arechi, Salerno
Novara 1–1 Teramo Stadio Gaetano Bonolis, Teramo
Novara (group A) won with 4 points at the top of the group
2016 SPAL 4–1 Benevento Stadio Paolo Mazza, Ferrara
Benevento 2–4 Cittadella Stadio Ciro Vigorito, Benevento
Cittadella 1–3 SPAL Stadio Pier Cesare Tombolato, Cittadella
SPAL (group B) won with 6 points at the top of the group
2017 Cremonese 1–2 Venezia Stadio Giovanni Zini, Cremona
Foggia 3–1 Cremonese Stadio Pino Zaccheria, Foggia
Venezia 2–4 Foggia Stadio Pier Luigi Penzo, Venice
Foggia (group B) won with 6 points at the top of the group
2018 Padova 5–1 Livorno Stadio Euganeo, Padua
Lecce 3–1 Livorno Stadio Armando Picchi, Livorno
Lecce 0–1 Padova Stadio Via del Mare, Lecce
Padova (group B) won with 6 points at the top of the group
2019 Virtus Entella 0–0 Pordenone Stadio Comunale, Chiavari
Juve Stabia 2–2 Virtus Entella Stadio Romeo Menti, Castellammare di Stabia
Pordenone 3–0 Juve Stabia Stadio Ottavio Bottecchia, Pordenone
Pordenone (group B) won with 4 points at the top of the group
2020 Monza (group A)
Vicenza (group B)
Reggina (group C)
Cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in Italy
2021 Perugia 2–1 Como Stadio Renato Curi, Perugia
Como 0–3 Ternana Stadio Giuseppe Sinigaglia, Como
Ternana 1–0 Perugia Stadio Libero Liberati, Terni
Ternana (group C) won with 6 points at the top of the group
2022 Bari 1–2 Südtirol Stadio San Nicola, Bari
Modena 3–3 Bari Stadio Alberto Braglia, Modena
Südtirol 0–2 Modena Stadio Druso, Bolzano
Modena (group B) won with 4 points at the top of the group
2023 Catanzaro 2–1 Feralpisalò Stadio Nicola Ceravolo, Catanzaro
Feralpisalò 3–1 Reggiana Stadio Lino Turina, Salò
Reggiana 2–2 Catanzaro Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore, Reggio Emilia
Catanzaro (group C) won with 4 points at the top of the group

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