Juventus is considered the best in the league despite having other competitive teams such as Internazionale, Milan and Napoli. Many famous clubs such as Juventus, Internazionale, Milan, Naples, Lazio and many more. Juventus are the most successful club in Italian Serie A history, having won over 36 league titles since Juventus started the competition. Juventus, the most successful Italian club of the 20th century and the most successful Italian team, ranks sixth in Europe and twelfth in the world in official international titles.
Serie A is still one of the best leagues globally, and we’ve seen things develop over the years. However, the natural glory of Serie A was in the 1980s and 1990s. Serie A is often considered the best of the other leagues, and Italian clubs also dominated the football world in those years. As one of the top five leagues in European football, Serie A has inevitably acquired some of the best players of all time. Of the 100 greatest footballers of all time, named by FourFourTwo magazine in 2017, 42 have played in the Italian football league – more than any other league globally.
More players have won the coveted Ballon d’Or while playing for a Serie A club than in any other league in the world except Spain’s La Liga; despite La Liga having the highest total number of Ballon d’Or winners, Italian teams have won 12 Champions League titles and nine Europa League titles, making Serie A one of the top leagues alongside the Spanish league and the Premier League. The statistics of Italian clubs who played more than 50 times in Serie A between 1929-2018 show teams’ ability to play in the top Italian football championship. San Siro, where both Inter and Milan play, has the highest capacity of over 80.00 seats.
The Champions League campaign left a nasty aftertaste despite Inter‘s success last season. The Scudetto hadn’t fallen into Inter’s hands since 2009/10, and until 2020, the Nerazzurri had eight straight seasons in Serie A without a place in the top two, finishing the season up to ninth place in 2012/13. Only twice since Mourinho’s hat-trick – before a six-season absence from the Champions League – have Inter been eliminated from the group stage of Europe’s elite club competition. To date, Inter remains the only Italian club to achieve unprecedented levels in Serie A, winning the Champions League for the first time in 45 years.
The 2020–21 Serie A (known as the TIM Serie A for sponsorship reasons) was the 119th season of Italy’s top football championship, the 89th in the Italian group and the 11th since it was organised under its league committee, the Serie A-League. Secured also ended nine years of Juventus dominance in Italian football, the longest-serving club in the top five football leagues in Europe. Inter finished the 2020/21 season with 28-7-3 and 91 points, 12 more than second-place Milan. AC Milan finished the 2019/20 season under Stefano Piolo excellently, ending the last few years with nine wins and three draws.