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Coppa Italia Lega Pro

Coppa Italia Lega Pro (Italian for Lega Pro Italian Cup), formerly named Coppa Italia Serie C, is a straight knock-out based competition involving teams from Lega Pro in Italian football. All games, including the final, are on a home/away basis.

Past winners

Coppa Italia Serie C

Year Winner Runner Up
1972–73 Alessandria Avellino
1973–74 Monza Lecce
1974–75 Monza Sorrento
1975–76 Lecce Monza
1976–77 Lecco Sangiovannese
1977–78 Udinese Reggina
1978–79 Siracusa Biellese
1979–80 Padova Salernitana
1980–81 Arezzo Ternana
1981–82 Vicenza Campobasso
1982–83 Carrarese Fano
1983–84 Fanfulla Ancona
1984–85 Casarano Carrarese
1985–86 Virescit Boccaleone Jesi
1986–87 Livorno Campania Puteolana
1987–88 Monza Palermo
1988–89 Cagliari Spal
1989–90 Lucchese Palermo
1990–91 Monza Palermo
1991–92 Sambenedettese Siena
1992–93 Palermo Como
1993–94 Triestina Perugia
1994–95 Varese Forlì
1995–96 Empoli Monza
1996–97 Como Nocerina
1997–98 Alzano Virescit Cesena
1998–99 Spal Gualdo
1999–00 Pisa Avellino
2000–01 Prato Lumezzane
2001–02 AlbinoLeffe Livorno
2002–03 Brindisi Pro Patria
2003–04 Cesena Pro Patria
2004–05 Spezia Frosinone
2005–06 Gallipoli Sanremese
2006–07 Foggia Cuneo
2007–08 Bassano Virtus Benevento

Coppa Italia Lega Pro

Year Winner Runner Up
2008–09 Sorrento Cremonese
2009–10 Lumezzane Cosenza
2010–11 Juve Stabia Carpi
2011–12 Spezia Pisa
2012–13
2013–14
2014–15 Cosenza

See also

External links

  • Coppa Italia Serie C at rsssf.com
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