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Campionato Nazionale Primavera

Campionato Primavera TIM -
Trofeo "Giacinto Facchetti"
Founded 1962
No. of teams 42 teams (regular season)
8 teams (finals)
Country Italy
Continent UEFA
Most recent champion(s) Torino (9th title)
Most titles Torino (9 titles)
TV partner(s) Rai Sport 1 & Rai Sport 2
Official website Legaseriea.it

The Campionato Nazionale Primavera – Trofeo Giacinto Facchetti, is an Italian Lega Serie A and the participating teams that take part in Serie A and Serie B: the first edition was held in the 1962–63 season, in place of the "Campionato Cadetti". Due to sponsorship reasons, the league is officially called Campionato Primavera Tim – Trofeo Giacinto Facchetti.

Torino boast the highest number of titles, having won the Campionato Primavera nine times.

Contents

  • Competition format 1
  • Past winners 2
  • Finals 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Competition format

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From the 2012–13 season players who are at least 15 years old and who are under 19 at the beginning of the season can participate. At the discretion of the league, teams are allowed a maximum of four "non-quota" players, of which one has no age limit and the rest must be under 20 in the year that the season begins.

The initial phase of the Primavera Championship consists of 3 rounds, each consisting of 14 teams, organised by geographical criteria: teams play in a true robin-round format, for a total of 26 games in the regular season. The top two in each group have direct access to the final phase: the remaining two positions are assigned via the play-offs, with the participation of eight teams (the third and fourth ranked, plus the fifth best). The matching pattern is as following:

  • First round:
    • Best 3rd vs. second-best 5th (match n. 1);
    • Best 4th vs. second-best 4th (match n. 2);
    • Best 5th vs. second-best 3rd (match n. 3);
    • Worst 3rd vs. worst 4th (match n. 4);
  • Second round:
    • Winner of match 1 vs. winner of match 2;
    • Winner of match 3 vs. winner of match 4;

The latest slots (two) are awarded after a play-off series, in which eight teams are involved: the final stage (also «Final Eight»), held on a neutral venue, is based on knockout format. The final phase of the Primavera Championship is hosted every year by a different region: the winning team is awarded a trophy, like the Serie A trophy (received, as a reward, by the Italian Champions). The winners are eligible for Supercoppa Primavera, against Coppa Italia Primavera winners: if the same club wins both competitions, the runners-up of Coppa Italia are admitted in Supercoppa.

Past winners

 

Finals

Season Location Winner Runner-up Score
2014–15 Chiavari Torino Lazio 1 – 1 (6 – 7 pen.)
2013–14 Rimini Chievo Torino 0 – 0 (4 – 3 pen.)[1]
2012–13 Gubbio Lazio Atalanta 3 – 0
2011–12 Gubbio Internazionale Lazio 3 – 2[2]
2010–11 Pistoia Roma Varese 3 – 2[3]
2009–10 Macerata Genoa Empoli 2 – 1[4]
2008–09 Trento Palermo Siena 1 – 0[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Torino-Chievo 0-0 (3-4 dcr)". Lega Calcio. June 11, 2011. Retrieved June 12, 2012. 
  2. ^ "PRIMAVERA TIM: L'INTER E' CAMPIONE D'ITALIA". Lega Calcio. June 12, 2011. Retrieved June 9, 2012. 
  3. ^ "MATCH REPORT STAGIONE 2009–10 VARESE – ROMA 2 – 3". Lega Calcio. June 12, 2011. Retrieved June 13, 2011. 
  4. ^ "MATCH REPORT STAGIONE 2009–10 EMPOLI – GENOA 1 – 2". Lega Calcio. June 8, 2010. Retrieved March 7, 2010. 
  5. ^ "Primavera TIM 2008–2009 – Incontro della 3ª giornata PALERMO-SIENA 1 – 0" (PDF). Lega Calcio. June 8, 2010. Retrieved March 7, 2010. 

External links

  • Official website (Italian)
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