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Coppa Italia Dilettanti

The Coppa Italia Dilettanti (Italian for: ‘Italian Amateurs Cup’) is an annual knock-out competition for teams from the sixth and seventh levels of Italian football: the Eccellenza and the Promozione. All ties except for the final, which is held at the Stadio Flaminio in Rome, are played on a home-and-away basis. The cup-winners are also awarded promotion to Serie D, the fifth-ranked league.

Prior to the 1999/2000 season the competition also included teams from Serie D. There were then two parallel knockout competitions, one for Serie D teams and one for teams from the Eccellenza and Promozione, with the winners of each sub-tournament meeting in the final. Subsequently Serie D have staged their own competition, the Coppa Italia Serie D, leaving only Eccellenza and Promozione teams to compete for the Coppa Italia Dilettanti.

Winners

  • 1966/67 – Impruneta
  • 1967/68 – Stefer (Rome)
  • 1968/69 – Almas (Rome)
  • 1969/70 – Ponte San Pietro
  • 1970/71 – Montebelluna
  • 1971/72 – Valdinievole
  • 1972/73 – Jesolo
  • 1973/74 – Miranese
  • 1974/75 – Banco (Rome)
  • 1975/76 – Soresinese
  • 1976/77 – Casteggio
  • 1977/78 – Sommacampagna
  • 1978/79 – Ravanusa
  • 1979/80 – Cittadella
  • 1980/81 – Internapoli
  • 1981/82 – Leffe
  • 1982/83 – Lodigiani
 
After split with Serie D

See also

External links

  • History of the competition at lnd.com (Italian)
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