It has been operating for over eighty years since the —30 season. It had been organized by Lega Calcio until , when the Lega Serie B was created for the —11 season. Common nicknames for the league are campionato cadetto and cadetteria , as cadetto is the Italian for junior or cadet. A junior football championship was created at first in Italy in , after seven editions of the major tournament of FIGC: it was called Second Category , and was composed both by senior squads of town clubs and by youth teams of city clubs. If the first ones won the championship, they would be promoted to First Category , which consequently improved in size: the first team to reach the honour, was Pro Vercelli in , which even won the scudetto in
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It has been operating for over eighty years since the —30 season. It had been organized by Lega Calcio until , when the Lega Serie B was created for the —11 season.
Common nicknames for the league are campionato cadetto and cadetteria , as cadetto is the Italian for junior or cadet. A junior football championship was created at first in Italy in , after seven editions of the major tournament of FIGC: it was called Second Category , and was composed both by senior squads of town clubs and by youth teams of city clubs.
If the first ones won the championship, they would be promoted to First Category , which consequently improved in size: the first team to reach the honour, was Pro Vercelli in , which even won the scudetto in Even if part of the same league, differently from First Division, Second Division was based on local group with proximity criteria. Only in , the big reform was conceived by FIGC's President Leandro Arpinati : after a year, a new second division based on the same national format of the major tournament would be born.
Serie B began in with 18 clubs and continued until World War II after whom it was divided again between the northern and the southern part of the country, due to the destructions of the war. The championship became national again in , and for many years in the second half of the 20th century, it was played by 20 clubs.
In —04 a single group of 24 teams was formed, the biggest in the history of all levels of the Italian championship. After , a teams format was introduced together with playoffs. Serie B introduced the "green card" at the beginning of the —16 season. The green card is given to promote fair play and good acts. The green card will not be given during the game, as it would alter sport rules, but awarded after the match to a player or coach who exhibited fair play by the referee.
The player or coach with the most green cards at the end of the season will be rewarded. At the end of the season, three teams are promoted to Serie A and four teams are relegated to Serie C. The top two teams are automatically promoted. If the 3rd-placed team is 10 or more points ahead of the 4th-placed team, it is automatically promoted too, otherwise a playoff tournament determines the third team that will be ascending.
In the —14 season , anywhere between two and six teams within a "playoff margin" of 14 points from the 3rd-placed team will enter the playoff tournament. Under the new playoff format , up to three rounds may be required. The final two rounds are two-legged ties, while opening round matches if required are single legs hosted by the higher-ranked team. If a tie is drawn at the end of regular play one or two matches, depending on the round , extra time is played.
If the two teams are still tied after thirty minutes, the higher classified team advances. In the relegation zone, the three last-placed teams 17th, 18th and 19th are automatically demoted to Serie C. If the 15th-placed team is 5 or more points ahead of the 16th-placed team, then the 16th-placed team becomes the 4th and final team to be demoted, otherwise the conditions for a playoff more commonly called playout exist. If the playout is necessary, the 15th and 16th-placed teams are paired in a two-legged series with home-field advantage in the 2nd leg going to the 15th-placed team.
The team with the higher aggregate score remains in Serie B while the loser becomes the fourth team relegated to Serie C. If an aggregate tie exists at the end of regulation play of the 2nd leg, the 15th-placed team is saved, and the 16th-placed team is demoted. Below is a complete record of how many teams played in each season throughout the league's history;. Serie B was composed of 20 teams until the —03 season. It was enlarged to 24 teams for the —04 season due to legal problems relating to Calcio Catania relegation.
The league reverted to 22 teams for the —05 season , while Serie A expanded from 18 to 20 teams. During the regular season, each team plays 38 games — two games against every opponent. In Italian football, a true round-robin format is used. In the first half of the season, called andata , each team plays once against all its opponents, a total of 19 games. In the second half of the season, called ritorno , each team will play the same teams in exactly the same order, the only difference being that a home game played in the first half will be an away game with that same team in the second half, and vice versa.
Its structure represents the wings of the goddess Nike , the goddess of victory, holding a cup similar to an Olympic flame. This is the complete list of the clubs that have taken part in the 87 Serie B seasons played from the —30 season until the —20 season.
For this reason, this championship is not included in the statistics. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Italian football league.
For other uses, see Serie B disambiguation. Juve Stabia. Main article: List of Serie B champions and promotions. Lega Serie B in Italian. Archived from the original on 12 July Retrieved 7 July Lega Nazionale Professionisti Serie B. Retrieved 11 November Retrieved 23 December Retrieved 21 September Serie B clubs. Champions and promotions Foreign players. Football in Italy. Italian Football Federation. List of clubs List of clubs by honours won Clubs in international competitions.
Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi. Cittadella Padua. Stadio Pier Cesare Tombolato. Stadio San Vito-Gigi Marulla. Empoli Florence. Stadio Carlo Castellani. Castellammare di Stabia Naples. Stadio Romeo Menti. Stadio Adriatico — Giovanni Cornacchia. Arena Garibaldi — Romeo Anconetani. Dacia Arena Udine. Polisportivo Provinciale Erice. Stadio Pierluigi Penzo. Chiavari Genoa. Comunale Aldo Gastaldi.
Pro Patria , Reggiana , Lazio. Napoli , Bari [b]. A : Pro Patria Gir. B : Lucchese Gir. C : Salernitana. A : Legnano Gir. B : Padova Gir. C : Ternana. A : Novara Gir. B : Empoli Gir. C : Pescara. C : Palermo. A : Brescia Gir. B : Hellas Verona Gir. C : Pisa. A : Como Gir. B : Spal Gir.
Resultados de US Pescara
Nel mese di agosto la Lega Nazionale Alta Italia presieduta dal milanista Piero Pedroni dovette poi affrontare i vari casi particolari. In Lombardia il Varese dovette chiamarsi fuori per un altro anno avendo il proprio stadio bombardato, e fu sostituito dal prospero Seregno. Le 36 squadre furono divise in tre gironi all'italiana; le prime due classificate di ogni girone sarebbero state ammesse al torneo finale, che raggruppava sei squadre e avrebbe garantito una promozione in Serie A per la vincitrice e il diritto alla cadetteria per le altre. Solo a stagione in corso si decise infatti di largheggiare condannando solamente tre club, quelli che si sarebbero classificati ultimi nella fase preliminare, alla retrocessione. Nel girone B non fu mai in dubbio il passaggio della Cremonese , mentre la Pro Patria ebbe la meglio sul Lecco nel rush finale.
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