Serie A Winners - Italian League Winners and Runners-Up

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A complete breakdown of the Serie A winners and runners up every year dating make to its inception in 1898.

The three dominant clubs in Italy have been Juventus (31 title wins), AC Milan (18) and Inter Milan (18), as the table below demonstrates.

Serie A Winners and Runners-Up
YearWinnersRunners-Up
2014/15

Juventus

Roma
2013/14

Juventus

Roma
2012/13JuventusNapoli
2011/12JuventusAC Milan
2010/11AC MilanInter Milan
2009/10Inter MilanRoma
2008/09Inter MilanJuventus
2007/08Inter MilanRoma
2006/07Inter MilanRoma
2005/06Inter MilanRoma
2004/05No winnerAC Milan
2003/04AC MilanRoma
2002/03JuventusInter Milan
2001/02JuventusRoma
2000/01RomaJuventus
1999/00LazioJuventus
1998/99AC MilanLazio
1997/98JuventusInter Milan
1996/97JuventusParma
1995/96AC MilanJuventus
1994/95JuventusLazio
1993/94AC MilanJuventus
1992/93AC MilanInter Milan
1991/92AC MilanJuventus
1990/91SampdoriaAC Milan
1989/90NapoliAC Milan
1988/89Inter MilanNapoli
1987/88AC MilanNapoli
1986/87NapoliJuventus
1985/86JuventusRoma
1984/85VeronaTorino
1983/84JuventusRoma
1982/83RomaJuventus
1981/82JuventusFiorentina
1980/81JuventusRoma
1979/80Inter MilanRoma
1978/79AC MilanPerugia
1977/78JuventusVicenza
1976/77JuventusTorino
1975/76TorinoJuventus
1974/75JuventusNapoli
1973/74LazioJuventus
1972/73JuventusAC Milan
1971/72JuventusAC Milan
1970/71Inter MilanAC Milan
1969/70CagliariInter Milan
1968/69FiorentinaCagliari
1967/68AC MilanNapoli
1966/67JuventusInter Milan
1965/66Inter MilanBologna
1964/65Inter MilanAC Milan
1963/64BolognaInter Milan
1962/63Inter MilanJuventus
1961/62AC MilanInter MIlan
1960/61JuventusAC Milan
1959/60JuventusFiorentina
1958/59AC MilanFiorentina
1957/58JuventusFiorentina
1956/57AC MilanFiorentina
1955/56FiorentinaAC Milan
1954/55AC MilanUdinese
1953/54Inter MilanJuventus
1952/53Inter MilanJuventus
1951/52JuventusAC Milan
1950/51AC MilanInter Milan
1949/50JuventusAC Milan
1948/49TorinoInter Milan
1947/48TorinoJuventus/AC Milan/Triestina
1946/47TorinoJuventus
1945/46TorinoJuventus
1944/45Canceled due to second World War 
1943/44Canceled due to second World War 
1942/43TorinoLivorno
1941/42RomaTorino
1940/41BolognaInter Milan
1939/40Inter MilanBologna
1938/39BolognaTorino
1937/38Inter MilanJuventus
1936/37BolognaLazio
1935/36BolognaRoma
1934/35JuventusInter Milan
1933/34JuventusInter Milan
1932/33JuventusInter Milan
1931/32JuventusBologna
1930/31JuventusRoma
1929/30Inter MilanGenoa
1928/29BolognaTorino
1927/28TorinoGenoa
1926/27No winnerBologna
1925/26JuventusAlba Trastevere
1924/25BolognaAlba Trastevere
1923/24GenoaSavoia
1922/23GenoaLazio
1921/22Pro Vercelli (C.C.I)Fortitudo Roma
1921/22Novese (F.I.C.G)Sampierdarenese
1920/21Pro VercelliPisa
1919/20Inter MilanLivorno
1918/19Canceled due to first World War 
1917/18Canceled due to first World War 
1916/17Canceled due to first World War 
1915/16Canceled due to first World War 
1914/15GenoaInter Milan/Napoli/Lazio
1913/14CasaleLazio
1912/13Pro VercelliLazio
1911/12Pro VercelliVenezia
1910/11Pro VercelliVicenza
1909/10Inter MilanPro Vercelli
1909Pro VercelliUS Milanese
1908Pro VercelliUS Milanese
1907AC MilanTorino
1906AC MilanJuventus
1905JuventusGenoa
1904GenoaJuventus
1903GenoaJuventus
1902GenoaAC Milan
1901AC MIlanGenoa
1900GenoaTorinese
1899GenoaInternazionale Torino
1898GenoaInternazionale Torino
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