The Italian football world cup this June will be an event to remember for many people. The World Cup brings together all the nations of Europe to a get together to celebrate football and the great game. This means that each country has a different football culture and it is represented by their teams and leagues. Italy has traditionally been the dominant football nation in Europe but recently they have been challenged by German, Spanish and Portuguese teams who have all qualified to the finals. So what do you need to know about these different leagues? บอล แฟนอุ้ม คือใคร
Italian football has its own league, the Ligue A which is split into three divisions. The country has two representatives in the competition, the first coming in from the Intertoto Italiana (Inter Milan) and then the second coming from Bologna. Due to the size of the competition, qualification normally takes place over a number of weeks and is played in a number of countries including England, France and Spain. A team from Bologna will only manage to qualify if they win their three matches against Italian giants Inter Milan, Palermo and Reggio Calabria.
The next league within the Ligue A is the Italian Serie A, which is currently the most popular football division in Italy. As well as a lot of international players it also boasts a number of Italian legends who have played for the Italian national team. This Italian league is known as "La Proves" meaning "The Premier" and is played in two distinct seasons; the season beginning in June and the Clausura or Italian winter season. Each season includes eight matches, four of which are played in the west and four in the east. The Italian Serie A is similar to the English Premier League in that it has its own season format with the same knockout stages, but with the Italian clubs entering the league with only one round of fixtures.
During the Clausura season which precedes the Italian season, there is only one team that can claim to be the champions. This title is decided by a playoff between the relegated teams and the promotion from the second lowest team. Two teams form the playoff; Roma and AC Milan. As expected, there are several teams who struggle for top four places but two of those sides, Genoa and Siena, are capable of securing fourth and fifth place finishes respectively. Inter Milan, Bologna, Juve SC and Fiorentina are the other teams who are involved in the competition. The 1930 edition of Italian football was an event like no other and ended with two winners and six lost matches from the relegated teams.
The third-highest division in Italy is the Bundeliga which is played in the capital city of Florence during the summertime. Like the previous leagues, there are four different categories of clubs and each of them have their own set of principles. One of which is the "Bundesliga" or the "Bundesliga de la Ligue". This league includes some of the biggest and best clubs in Europe. Among those who made it to the first tier of this league are AC Milan, Inter Milan, Borussia Monchengladbach, Arsenal, PSV Eindhoven, Real Madrid, Juve, PSV Eindhoven, Roma and Benfica.
The last of four tiers in Italian football is known as "the top flight". This is the most competitive division in Italian football, known as "the serie A". This division includes some of the smaller clubs in the country, but includes some of the best clubs in Europe. Some of the clubs who joined the premier league since the 1990s are AC Milan, Inter, Juve, Benfica, Roma, Schalke, Leeds, Besiktas, Wolves, Norwich, Reading, West Bromwich, Watford, Crystal Palace, Chelsea, Newcastle and Watford. If you want to be part of the first team that becomes a champion of this league, all it takes is to become a member of your favorite club.