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2008–09 in Italian football

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2008–09 in Italian football

The 2008–2009 season will be the 107th season of competitive football in Italy.


  • Chievo will make their return to Serie A after just one season in the second tier.
  • Sassuolo will make their debut in Serie B.


National team

Italy will play the qualifying campaign for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Italy will also be participating in the FIFA Confederations Cup in mid-to-late June, 2009.

Date Venue Opponents Score[2] Competition Italy scorers
August 20, 2008 Stade du Ray, Nice (N)  Austria
Alberto Gilardino, Ramazan Özcan (own goal)
September 6, 2008 Neo GSP Stadium, Nicosia (A)  Cyprus
Antonio Di Natale (2)
September 10, 2008 Stadio Friuli, Udine (H) Georgia
Daniele De Rossi (2)
October 11, 2008 Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia (A)  Bulgaria
October 15, 2008 Stadio Via del Mare, Lecce (H)  Montenegro
Alberto Aquilani (2)
February 11, 2009 Emirates Stadium, London (N)  Brazil
March 28, 2009 Podgorica City Stadium, Podgorica (A)  Montenegro
Andrea Pirlo, Giampaolo Pazzini
April 1, 2009 Stadio San Nicola, Bari (H)  Republic of Ireland
Vincenzo Iaquinta
June 6, 2009 Arena Garibaldi - Stadio Romeo Anconetani, Pisa (H)  Northern Ireland
  • H = Home match
  • A = Away match
  • N = Neutral site
  • WCQ = World Cup Qualifier
  • F = friendly


Competition Winner
Serie A Inter
Coppa Italia Lazio
Serie B Bari
Lega Pro Prima Divisione - A Cesena
Lega Pro Prima Divisione - B Gallipoli
Lega Pro Seconda Divisione - A Varese
Lega Pro Seconda Divisione - B Figline
Lega Pro Seconda Divisione - C Cosenza
Coppa Italia Lega Pro Sorrento
Serie D

Girone A: Biellese
Girone B: P.B. Vercelli
Girone C: Sacilese
Girone D: Crociati Noceto
Girone E: Sporting Lucchese
Girone F: Pro Vasto
Girone G: Villacidrese
Girone H: Brindisi
Girone I: Siracusa

Eccellenza Regionale See winners
Italian Super Cup Inter

Transfer deals


Notes and references

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