The Italian football winners list shows the complete list of titles won in the Italian Serie A since the inception of the competition.
The Italian Serie A just like other major European leagues has had several Champions in the past most notably Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan.
The country has been one of the most competitive league not until the early 2000s when Juventus started to enter the race.
The team from Turin has singlehandedly won the last previous editions without having heavy competition from the teams even though AC Milan and Inter Milan have not been at their best in recent years.
Serie A winners list, Italian league Champions of all time
The Italian Serie A since it’s inception back in 1929 has produced several winners in the past including clubs that are no longer playing at the highest level.
Another name for the Italian league title is the Scudetto known in the Italian language as little Shield.
That been said, the Scudetto is also one of the biggest trophies within Europe and the world in general.
Even though much competition has not been the major headline, Serie A is still ranked among the top five football league in the world.
Starting from the 2011–12 season, Juventus has won the last nine Serie A title, making them the record winners in the country.
Italian Serie A winners list, most Champions of all time
Who has won the most Serie A titles?
It is Juventus. The club from Turin has won 36 Italian Serie A title past and present which is currently the highest Achievements of any Italian club in the world.
Juventus – 36 Titles
Juventus is the most successful club in the history of the Italian Serie A with over 36 league titles won since the inception of the club.
Juventus saw these as the big boys of the league despite having other competitive teams like Internazionle, AC Milan and Napoli.
They have won the last previous nine editions of the competition. Juventus has won nine titles in the last ten seasons after AC Milan had won the 2010 edition.
How many Serie A titles have Juventus won in a row?
Since the 2011–12 after Milan had won it, Juventus have won the league 9 straight seasons without much competition front the likes of Inter Milan, AC Milan, Napoli and Lazio.
This is record the Bianconeri can currently boast of having at the back of their name.
This could not be seen as lapses on the side of the other teams in the division. It just a show of class that other teams have failed to do in the past years.
Looking at the squad depth in the history of the Italian Serie A, you will find out how Juventus have spent so much money, buying quality players for the senior team.
Even in the past recent years, they have acquired some of the best players in the world like Cristiano Ronaldo who left Real Madrid for the Italian giants even the Turin based club fight to a UEFA Champions League.
The UEFA Champions League appears to be the only trophy that has been scarscarcethe trophy cabinet of the club. Juventus have only two Champions League titles back to back 1984–85 and 1995–96.
Comparing Juventus with Inter Milan and AC Milan in terms of trophies won
Juve arguably leading the chart. Inter Milan and AC Milan have also had their fair share of the league title in Italy.
At least, Milan once it last in 2011 before Juventus began its onslaught on the domestic title.
Inter has won 18 Serie A title while AC Milan is with 18. Meaning the two Milan clubs are tied on the same number of domestic league titles.
With this Juve having 18, meaning they have won the competition 18 times more than the other two most popular clubs in Inter and AC Milan.
Juventus is currently the most successful club when it comes to club football in Italy.
After relegation from the top division to The second division, the Italian Serie B, Juventus came back strong and better for the Serie A.
At least, winning the league eight consecutive seasons is a very high milestone.
The golden age
The club’s dominance started back in 1972 which continued until 1978. That is, the league was won in seven consecutive seasons at that time.
Čestmír Vycpálek reign
The Czech republican manager took charge of the team between 1971 1974, winning a couple of trophies for the team.
The Italian manager took over from the Serbian and continued from where he stopped.
After Antonio Conte had started the dominating run in 2011, Massimiliano Allegri took over from him from 2014, leading the side until the end of his reign at the club in 2019.
He made so many advances towards winning the Champions League but lost in the finals on several occasions.
In all, he did win the domestic double for Juventus. Allegri won four consecutive domestic doubles when the former Juventus player was in charge of the team.
Allegri brought several domestic trophies to the club including the Super Coppa Italia, Coppa Italia an the Scudetto itself.
However, winning the Champions League was a problem which led the end of relationship with himself and the club’s top hierarchy who had already mapped out a new formula that would help them get the UCL.
Would there be any other team to dominate the Serie A after Juventus?
It is a very big question as to which could emerge maybe in the nearest future to dominate just as the Juve had done in recent years.
However, it depends on the consistency and improvement on the side of other Italian league sides in the nearest future.
In 2021, Milan, Napoli and Inter Milan have stepped up, leaving Juve in the chasing pack.
Although this could be attributed to the recent change in the managerial department of the club after former player and club legend Andrea Pirlo was brought on to replace Maurizio Sarri.
Failure in the UEFA Champions League has continued to be Juventus main source of worry. But at least, they one of the first clubs within the European top five leagues to have won 8 consecutive league titles.
The future is still wide open for more domestic trophies.
Inter Milan – 18 titles
The Internazionale Milano or officially Inter Milan is one of the ones the boys of Italian football and have also quite several titles in the past.
In total, Inter Milan have won 18 Serie A titles matched on the same record with City rivals AC Milan.
The history surrounding the club shows Inter Milan has been busy in the past, winning trophies despite facing competition from then high profile sides like Bologna.
Formerly known as Ambrosiana-Inter, the blue stripes have also had their fair share of the Italian league title.
But how many Serie A titles have Inter Milan won?
18 titles and the majority of these titles were achieved from the early nineties down to the late nineties.
After lifting the titles in 1989, Internazionale has to wait for another 16 years to win it again in 2005. From this period, the club got back its glory days, winning the Serie A in five consecutive seasons.
When was the last time Inter Milan won the Serie A title?
2010. Since then, Inter Milan have not won any Serie A although they have come close on several occasions to win it but end up losing out.
Some of the players who contributed to Inter Milan success
See the full list on the bleacher report.
In 2021, Inter Milan is currently at the top of their game with some notable players like Romelu Lukaku, Lautaro Martinez, etc.
They are currently heading towards another title which was the last won in 2010.
Since Antonio Conte joined the club, the players over there have increased level to the standard of the league which has already been set by Juventus.
AC Milan – 18 titles
When it comes to the most winners of the Serie A, AC Milan are joint second on the winner’s chart with 18 titles alongside Inter Milan.
The Milan boys also among the early winners of the league alongside Genoa and Juventus.
Milan made a huge statement after lifting the competition in 1901. Since then, they have become a household name in the history of the Italian football league.
Milan also enjoyed some of the great moments of Italian club football, winning the Scudetto three years in a row in 1992, 1993, 1994.
The last time AC Milan won the Serie A title?
The last time AC Milan won the Italian Serie A was in 2011.
Although the glory days of AC Milan may have gone down the drain, the Milan boys are gradually rebuilding for the future with the intentions of matching the records already set by Juventus.
Some prominent players that helped AC Milan in the past
Kaka – The Brazilian sensation is a talented player who was right on hand to help Milan win some of the trophies in the past. Undoubtedly one of the best of his generation, Kaka was a very important first team player at Milan.
At least, his contributions helped Milan achieved so much. There’s no way the history of Kaka would be documented without adding his achievements and contributions towards the growth of the Italian Serie A side.
In all, Kaka is one of the greatest talents has emerged in football. His exploits at Milan helped him gain relevance from some of the world biggest clubs like Real Madrid where he eventually moved to.
The Super marksman himself Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been one the major contributor to Milan’s in the domestic scene.
Genoa is one of the early winners of the league. The club won over nine titles within the early years of club football in Italy.
Bologna is another surprise team on the list with 7 titles during the golden era of some of the biggest clubs like Inter Milan, AC Milan and Juventus.
Seven in total was the number of Serie A trophies Bologna managed to squeeze out despite heavy competition from the aforementioned clubs in the division.
They are joint third and fourth with Torino that has also won 7 titles in the past.
Torino based in the city of Turin alongside Juventus.
Torino shocked the rest of Italy by winning the league in five consecutive seasons with the likes of Juventus and Internazionale ending up as Runners up.
It was a big record set by the Turin based club. They form a local rivalry with Juventus known as the Turin derby.
Pro Vercelli is also one of the early league winners in Italy with seven league titles to their name.
Highlighting the Italian Serie A winners, the all-time Champions list
Here are the list of Serie A winners so far (all-time winners)
1984–85 Hellas Verona
1921–22 Pro Vercelli
1920–21 Pro Vercelli
1912–13 Pro Vercelli
1911–12 Pro Vercelli
1910–11 Pro Vercelli
1909 Pro Vercelli
1908 Pro Vercelli