Serie A winners list
2020-21 Inter Milan
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
Serie A’s most successful teams
Since its inception back in 1929, the Italian Serie A has produced several winners in the past, including clubs that are no longer playing at the highest level.
Juventus – 36 Titles
Juventus is the most successful club in the history of the Italian Serie A, with over 36 league titles won since its inception of the club. From 2011, Juventus won nine consecutive league titles until 2019
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.
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.
Čestmír Vycpálek reign
The Czech republican manager took charge of the team between 1971 and 1974, winning a couple of trophies.
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.
Inter Milan – 18 titles
The Internazionale Milano, or officially Inter Milan, is one of the boys of Italian football and has had several titles. Inter have won 18 Serie A titles, matched on the same record with City rivals AC Milan.
AC Milan – 18 titles
AC Milan has won 18 titles alongside Inter Milan.
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 significant first-team player at Milan.
At least his contributions helped Milan achieve so much. There’s no way the history of Kaka would be documented without adding his achievements and contributions to the growth of the Italian Serie A side.
The Super marksman himself, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, has contributed to Milan’s 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 seven titles during the golden era of some of the biggest clubs like Inter Milan, AC Milan and 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. They form a local rivalry with Juventus, known as the Turin derby. It was an excellent record set by the Turin based club.
Pro Vercelli is also one of the early league winners in Italy, with seven league titles to their name.