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Coppa Italia Primavera

Coppa Italia Primavera
Primavera Cup logo
Sport Football (soccer)
Founded 1972
No. of teams 42
Country  Italy
Most recent champion(s) Lazio
Most titles Torino (7 titles)

The Coppa Italia Primavera (Italian for Spring Italian Cup) is an Italian football competition played for by youth teams from Campionato Primavera. All players are under 20 of age. The first edition was held in the 1972-73 season.

Due to sponsorship reasons, the cup is officially called Primavera TIM Cup.

Format

All the competition is played on home and away bases. Three eliminatory rounds are played by the 34 worst clubs, with successive entrances. The eight winners are joined by eight best clubs in the round of 16. Quarterfinals, semifinals and the finals follow. The champions are eligible for the Supercoppa Primavera.

Past winners

 
  • 1984-85 AC Milan
  • 1985-86 Torino
  • 1986-87 Cremonese
  • 1987-88 Torino
  • 1988-89 Torino
  • 1989-90 Torino
  • 1990-91 Avellino
  • 1991-92 Empoli
  • 1992-93 Udinese
  • 1993-94 Roma
  • 1994-95 Juventus
  • 1995-96 Fiorentina
 
  • 1996-97 Napoli
  • 1997-98 Bari
  • 1998-99 Torino
  • 1999-00 Atalanta
  • 2000-01 Atalanta
  • 2001-02 Lecce
  • 2002-03 Atalanta
  • 2003-04 Juventus
  • 2004-05 Lecce
  • 2005-06 Inter Milan
  • 2006-07 Juventus
  • 2007-08 Sampdoria
 
  • 2008-09 Genoa
  • 2009-10 AC Milan
  • 2010-11 Fiorentina
  • 2011-12 Roma
  • 2012-13 Juventus
  • 2013-14 Lazio
  • 2014-15 Lazio
Club Winners Winning years
Torino
7
1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1999
Inter
5
1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 2006
Juventus
4
1995, 2004, 2007, 2013
Roma
4
1974, 1975, 1994, 2012
Lazio
3
1979, 2014, 2015
Fiorentina
3
1980, 1996, 2011
Atalanta
3
2000, 2001, 2003
Bari
2
1981, 1998
Avellino
2
1982, 1991
Milan
2
1985, 2010
Lecce
2
2002, 2005
Cremonese
1
1987
Empoli
1
1992
Udinese
1
1993
Napoli
1
1997
Sampdoria
1
2008
Genoa
1
2009

See also

External links

  • [ Official Website]
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