Ini Dia Daftar Peraih Gelar Juara Serie A Italia Sepanjang Masa

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Ilustrasi Inter Milan Juara Liga Italia. (Net)

MILAN – Inter Milan memastikan gelar juara Serie A Italia musim 2020/21. Gelar scudetto itu dipastikan jadi milik Nerazzurri setelah Atalanta ditahan imbang Sassuolo, Minggu (2/5/2021).

Mengutip pojoksatu.id, meski masih ada empat laga sisa, namun perolehan poin Inter Milan (82) sudah tidak mungkin lagi dikejar Atalanta, AC Milan dan Juventus yang sama-sama mengumpulkan 69 poin hingga pekan ke-34.

Bagi Inter, ini adalah gelar scudetto (juara Liga Italia) yang ke-19 sepanjang sejarah. Scudetto pertama La Beneamata dalam 11 tahun terakhhir.

Jumlah itu melampaui koleksi gelar tim sekota, AC Milan yang ‘baru’ 18 kali scudetto sejauh ini.

Sukses Inter menjuarai Serie A musim ini juga memutus dominasi Juventus yang meraih scudetto sembilan musim beruntun sebelumnya.

Siapa saja peraih scudetto sejak kompetisi di Italia mulai bergulir? Berikut daftar lengkapnya!

Daftar Juara Liga Italia (Serie A) sepanjang masa:

Tahun – Juara – Runner-Up – Top Skorer (klub) – Jumlah gol

Kejuaraan Italia (Sebelum bernama Serie A)
1897–98 – Genoa (1) – Torino – Robert Al Leaver (Genoa) – 2 gol
1898–99 – Genoa (2) – Torino
1899–00 – Genoa (3) – Torinese
1900–01 – AC Milan (1) – Genoa – Ettore Negretti (AC Milan) – 4
1901–02 – Genoa (4) – AC Milan
1902–03 – Genoa (5) – Juventus
1903–04 – Genoa (6) – Juventus
1904–05 – Juventus (1) – Genoa
1905–06 – AC Milan (2) – Juventus – Guido Pedroni (AC Milan) – 3
1906–07 – AC Milan (3) – Torino – Hans Kaempfer (Torino) – 7
1907–08 – Pro Vercelli (1) – US Milanese
1908–09 – Pro Vercelli (2) – US Milanese
1909–10 – Inter Milan (1) – Pro Vercelli
1910–11 – Pro Vercelli (3) – AC Milan (Liga), Vicenza (Nasional) – Louis Van Hege (AC Milan) – 19
1911–12 – Pro Vercelli (4) – AC Milan (Liga), Venezia (Nasional)
1912–13 – Pro Vercelli (5) – Genoa (Liga), Lazio (Nasional)
1913–14 – Casale (1) – Genoa (Liga), Lazio (Nasional) –
1914–15 – Genoa (7) – Torino
1916 – AC Milan – Juventus → Titel tidak resmi

1916–19 – Perang Dunia I

1919–20 – Inter Milan (2) – Juventus (Liga), Livorno (Nasional)
1920–21 – Pro Vercelli (6) – Bologna (Liga), Pisa (Nasional)
1921–22 (C.C.I.) – Pro Vercelli (7) – Genoa (Liga), Fortitudo AS Roma (Nasional)
1921–22 (F.I.G.C.) – Novese (1) – Sampierdarenese
1922–23 – Genoa (8) – Pro Vercelli (Liga), Lazio (Nasional)
1923–24 – Genoa (9) – Bologna (Liga), Savoia (Nasional) – Heinrich Schönfeld (Torino) – 22
1924–25 – Bologna (1) – Genoa (Liga), Alba Trastevere (Nasional) – Mario Magnozzi (Livorno) – 19
1925–26 – Juventus (2) – Bologna (Liga), Alba Trastevere (Nasional) – Ferenc Hirzer (Juventus) – 35
1926–27 – Tidak ada juara – Bologna – Anton Powolny (Inter) – 22
1927–28 – Torino (1) – Genoa – Julio Libonatti (Torino) – 35
1928–29 – Bologna (2) – Torino – Gino Rossetti (Torino) – 36

Serie A
1929–30 – Inter Milan (3) – Genoa – Giuseppe Meazza (Inter Milan) – 31
1930–31 – Juventus (3) – AS Roma – Rodolfo Volk (AS Roma) – 29
1931–32 – Juventus (4) – Bologna – Pedro Petrone (Fiorentina), Angelo Schiavio (Bologna) – 25
1932–33 – Juventus (5) – Inter Milan – Felice Placido Borel II (Juventus) – 29
1933–34 – Juventus (6) – Inter Milan – Felice Placido Borel II (Juventus) – 31
1934–35 – Juventus (7) – Inter Milan – Enrico Guaita (AS Roma) – 31
1935–36 – Bologna (3) – AS Roma – Giuseppe Meazza (Inter Milan) – 25
1936–37 – Bologna (4) – Lazio – Silvio Piola (Lazio) – 21
1937–38 – Inter Milan (4) – Juventus – Giuseppe Meazza (Inter Milan) – 20
1938–39 – Bologna (5) – Torino – Aldo Boffi (AC Milan), Ettore Puricelli (Bologna) – 19
1939–40 – Inter Milan (5) – Bologna – Aldo Boffi (AC Milan) – 24
1940–41 – Bologna (6) – Inter Milan – Ettore Puricelli (Bologna) – 22
1941–42 – AS Roma (1) – Torino – Aldo Boffi (AC Milan) – 22
1942–43 – Torino (2) – Livorno – Silvio Piola (Lazio) – 21
1944 – Spezia Calcio – Torino → Titel tidak resmi

1944–45 – Perang Dunia II

1945–46 – Torino (3) – Juventus – Guglielmo Gabetto (Torino) – 22
1946–47 – Torino (4) – Juventus – Valentino Mazzola (Torino) – 29
1947–48 – Torino (5) – AC Milan – Giampiero Boniperti (Juventus) – 27
1948–49 – Torino (6) – Inter Milan – István Nyers (Inter Milan) – 26
1949–50 – Juventus (8) – AC Milan – Gunnar Nordahl (AC Milan) – 35
1950–51 – AC Milan (4) – Inter Milan – Gunnar Nordahl (AC Milan) – 34
1951–52 – Juventus (9) – AC Milan – John Hansen (Juventus) – 30
1952–53 – Inter Milan (6) – Juventus – Gunnar Nordahl (AC Milan) – 26
1953–54 – Inter Milan (7) – Juventus – Gunnar Nordahl (AC Milan) – 23
1954–55 – AC Milan (5) – Udinese – Gunnar Nordahl (AC Milan) – 26
1955–56 – Fiorentina (1) – AC Milan – Gino Pivatelli (Bologna) – 29
1956–57 – AC Milan (6) – Fiorentina – Dino da Costa (AS Roma) – 22
1957–58 – Juventus (10) – Fiorentina – John Charles (Juventus) – 28
1958–59 – AC Milan (7) – Fiorentina – Antonio Valentin Angelillo (Inter Milan) – 33
1959–60 – Juventus (11) – Fiorentina – Omar Sivori (Juventus) – 28
1960–61 – Juventus (12) – AC Milan – Sergio Brighenti (Sampdoria) – 27
1961–62 – AC Milan (8) – Inter Milan – José Altafini (AC Milan), Aurelio (AC Milan/Fiorentina) – 22
1962–63 – Inter Milan (8) – Juventus – Harald Nielsen (Bologna), Pedro Manfredini (AS Roma) – 19
1963–64 – Bologna (7) – Inter Milan – Harald Nielsen (Bologna) – 21
1964–65 – Inter Milan (9) – AC Milan – Sandro Mazzola (Inter Milan), Alberto Orlando (Fiorentina) – 17
1965–66 – Inter Milan (10) – Bologna – Luis Vinicio (Vicenza) – 25
1966–67 – Juventus (13) – Inter Milan – Gigi Riva (Cagliari) – 18
1967–68 – AC Milan (9) – Napoli – Pierino Prati (AC Milan) – 15
1968–69 – Fiorentina (2) – Cagliari – Gigi Riva (Cagliari) – 21
1969–70 – Cagliari Calcio (1) – Inter Milan – Gigi Riva (Cagliari) – 21
1970–71 – Inter Milan (11) – AC Milan – Roberto Boninsegna (Inter Milan) – 24
1971–72 – Juventus (14) – AC Milan – Roberto Boninsegna (Inter Milan) – 22
1972–73 – Juventus (15) – AC Milan – Giuseppe Savoldi (Bologna), Paolino Pulici (Torino), Gianni Rivera (AC Milan) – 17
1973–74 – Lazio (1) – Juventus – Giorgio Chinaglia (Lazio) – 24
1974–75 – Juventus (16) – Napoli – Paolino Pulici (Torino) – 18
1975–76 – Torino (7) – Juventus – Paolino Pulici (Torino) – 21
1976–77 – Juventus (17) – Torino – Francesco Graziani (Torino) – 21
1977–78 – Juventus (18) – Vicenza – Paolo Rossi (Vicenza) – 24
1978–79 – AC Milan (10) – Perugia – Bruno Giordano (Lazio) – 19
1979–80 – Inter Milan (12) – Juventus – Roberto Bettega (Juventus) – 16
1980–81 – Juventus (19) – AS Roma – Roberto Pruzzo (AS Roma) – 18
1981–82 – Juventus (20) – Fiorentina – Roberto Pruzzo (AS Roma) – 15
1982–83 – AS Roma (2) – Juventus – Michel Platini (Juventus) – 16
1983–84 – Juventus (21) – AS Roma – Michel Platini (Juventus) – 20
1984–85 – Verona (1) – Torino – Michel Platini (Juventus) – 18
1985–86 – Juventus (22) – AS Roma – Roberto Pruzzo (AS Roma) – 19
1986–87 – Napoli (1) – Juventus – Pietro Paolo Virdis (AC Milan) – 17
1987–88 – AC Milan (11) – Napoli – Diego Maradona (Napoli) – 15
1988–89 – Inter Milan (13) – Napoli – Aldo Serena (Inter Milan) – 22
1989–90 – Napoli (2) – AC Milan – Marco van Basten (AC Milan) – 19
1990–91 – Sampdoria (1) – AC Milan – Gianluca Vialli (Sampdoria) – 19
1991–92 – AC Milan (12) – Juventus – Marco van Basten (AC Milan) – 25
1992–93 – AC Milan (13) – Inter Milan – Giuseppe Signori (Lazio) – 26
1993–94 – AC Milan (14) – Juventus – Giuseppe Signori (Lazio) – 23
1994–95 – Juventus (23) – Lazio – Gabriel Batistuta (Fiorentina) – 26
1995–96 – AC Milan (15) – Juventus – Igor Protti (Bari), Giuseppe Signori (Lazio) – 24
1996–97 – Juventus (24) – Parma – Filippo Inzaghi (Atalanta) – 24
1997–98 – Juventus (25) – Inter Milan – Oliver Bierhoff (Udinese) – 27
1998–99 – AC Milan (16) – Lazio – Márcio Amoroso (Udinese) – 22
1999–00 – Lazio (2) – Juventus – Andriy Shevchenko (AC Milan) – 24
2000–01 – AS Roma (3) – Juventus – Hernán Crespo (Lazio) – 26
2001–02 – Juventus (26) – AS Roma – David Trezeguet (Juventus), Dario Hübner (Piacenza) – 24
2002–03 – Juventus (27) – Inter Milan – Christian Vieri (Inter Milan) – 24
2003–04 – AC Milan (17) – AS Roma – Andriy Shevchenko (AC Milan) – 24
2004–05 – Tidak ada juara (gelar Juventus dicabut karena Calciopoli) – AC Milan Cristiano Lucarelli (Livorno) – 24
2005–06 – Inter Milan (14) – (gelar Juventus ditarik karena Calciopoli) – AS Roma – Luca Toni (Fiorentina) – 31
2006–07 – Inter Milan (15) – AS Roma – Francesco Totti (AS Roma) – 26
2007–08 – Inter Milan (16) – AS Roma – Alessandro Del Piero (Juventus) – 21
2008–09 – Inter Milan (17) – Juventus – Zlatan Ibrahimović (Inter Milan) – 25
2009–10 – Inter Milan (18) – AS Roma – Antonio Di Natale (Udinese) – 29
2010–11 – AC Milan (18) – Inter Milan – Antonio Di Natale (Udinese) – 28
2011–12 – Juventus (28) – AC Milan – Zlatan Ibrahimovic (AC Milan) – 28
2012-13 – Juventus (29) – Napoli – Edinson Cavani (Napoli) – 29
2013-14 – Juventus (30) – AS Roma – Ciro Immobile (Torino) – 22
2014-15 – Juventus (31) – AS Roma – Mauro Icardi (Inter Milan), Luca Toni (Verona) – 22
2015-16 – Juventus (32) – Napoli – Gonzalo Higuain (Napoli) – 36
2016-17 – Juventus (33) – AS Roma – Edin Dzeko (AS Roma) – 28
2017-18 – Juventus (34) – Napoli – Mauro Icardi (Inter Milan), Ciro Immobile (Lazio) – 29
2018-19 – Juventus (35) – Napoli – Fabio Quagliarella (Sampdoria) – 26
2019-20 – Juventus (36) – Inter Milan – Ciro Immobile (Lazio) – 36
2020-21 – Inter Milan (19) – Belum Diketahui – Belum Diketahui

Distribusi juara Liga Italia

Klub – Scudetto – Runner-up
Juventus – 36 – 20
Inter Milan – 19 – 15
AC Milan – 18 – 14
Genoa – 9 – 4
Torino – 7 – 7
Bologna – 7 – 4
Pro Vercelli – 7 – 1
AS Roma – 3 – 14
Lazio – 2 – 6
Fiorentina – 2 – 5
Napoli – 2 – 7
Cagliari – 1 – 1
Casale – 1
Novese – 1  (fat/pojoksatu)

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