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Organization of Football in Italy

The organization of football in Italy is based on a hierarchical league system, allowing clubs to ascend or descend based on their performance. This structure is divided into several tiers, ranging from professional to semi-professional, down to amateur football.

At the top of the hierarchy is the Serie A, which is the highest level of Italian football. It comprises 20 professional clubs vying for the title of Italian champion. The bottom three teams in the standings at the end of the season are relegated to the Serie B, which also includes 20 clubs. The top two teams from this division are promoted to Serie A, while the bottom three descend to the Serie C.

The Serie C, the third tier, hosts 60 teams, divided into three groups of 20. The top teams from each group are promoted to Serie B, and the bottom four from each group are relegated to the Serie D. This level is the highest in Italian amateur football and is subdivided into nine groups of 18 clubs each, operating on the same principle of promotion and relegation with Serie C and the Eccellenza.

The Eccellenza, the fifth tier of Italian football, is organized into 28 regional groups. It includes amateur clubs as well as reserve teams from professional outfits. Beyond the Eccellenza, the system continues with regional and provincial divisions, underscoring the depth and richness of Italian football at all levels of competition.

The Italian Football Federation (FIGC)

The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) is the official entity overseeing football in Italy. Established in 1898, it is tasked with the organization and promotion of football at all levels, from amateur football to professional competitions. The FIGC also manages the national teams, including the men's, women's, and youth teams. It is responsible for enforcing the rules of the game, promoting sportsmanship, and overseeing ethics in the sport.

Under the authority of the FIGC is the Italian Professional Football League (Lega Serie A), which manages the men's professional leagues, Serie A and Serie B, as well as the Italian Cup. The FIGC also organizes the Italian Super Cup, a competition that pits the winner of Serie A against the winner of the Italian Cup. Beyond competitions, the FIGC is committed to developing women's football, sports infrastructures, and training programs for players and coaches.