Italy Serie A
The Serie A league in Italy is a giant of professional football. Many gamblers from Europe and worldwide are interested in the matches in the Serie A and like to place bets on these games. Matches in Italy’s top professional league are televised and broadcast around the globe. People like to place bets on these live games as well as the other fixtures.
You can find the most accurate free football predictions for the Italian Serie A at Tips.bet. Our team here are passionate about the top flight in Italian football and provide significant input into the computer-generated predictions. Get all of your accurate Serie A predictions at this page.
How we make our predictions for the Italian Serie A League
At Tips.bet we use advanced mathematical modelling to provide the most accurate football predictions for the matches that take place in the Serie A league in Italy. We have developed a very sophisticated computer algorithm that provides all of our accurate tips. There is a team dedicated to the algorithm to ensure it is fully updated and provides accurate predictions.
Our team feed all of the essential historical data about the Italian Serie A teams into the computer. In addition to this, the team feeds the most recent information to the algorithm including the most recent ratings for the players and the coaches, the form of the teams, the latest on injuries and suspensions, data about the match referees, and a lot more besides.
As our team follows the Serie A league in Italy very closely, they are able to provide even more information to the computer to improve the accuracy of the predictions. Today, we have an accuracy average of around 60% for our football predictions which is high. We are always looking for ways to improve this.
History of the Serie A League in Italy
Professional football has existed in Italy since 1898. The top league for men is the Serie A which in Italian is the Lega Nazionale Professionisti Serie A. In 1929, the Serie A was given the same structure as it has today. From 1961, the winners of the Serie A have been awarded the famous Coppa Campioni d’Italia trophy.
When the Serie A first began there were 18 teams competing. This has changed over the years with as many as 21 clubs in the Serie A and as few as 16 clubs. Today, the Italian Serie A league consists of 20 club teams and this has been the case since the season of 2004 – 2005.
In Italy there are three leagues of professional football. The Serie A is the top league and there is also the Serie B and the Serie C. It wasn’t until 1929 that the Serie B second division was introduced and the third division Serie C came years after this. Football played in leagues below Serie C is semi-professional or amateur level.
Three teams in the Italian Serie A league qualify the Champions League at the end of each season. One Champions League place is given to the domestic Coppa Italia cup winners. Teams that finish from 3rd to 6th spot in Serie A qualify for other European cup competitions.
Now the teams that finish in the bottom three spots in Serie A are automatically relegated to the second division Serie B. This has been the case since 2006 – 2007. Prior to this, only the bottom two clubs in Serie A faced relegation and there has also been relegation play offs in the past.
Interesting facts about the Italian Serie A League
Since professional football was introduced in Italy, Juventus has won the most top league titles. At the time of writing, Juventus has won 36 titles with Internazionale in second place with 19 titles and AC Milan with 18 titles. Other teams that have done well in Serie A include Lazio, Roma, Napoli and Bologna.
Many of the world’s top foreign professional footballers have played in the Italian Serie A. These include Zlatan Ibrohimavic, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba, Marco van Basten, Zinedine Zidane, Ruud Gullit, Michel Platini, Kaka and the world famous Brazillian Ronaldo.
Many great home-grown players have emerged from Serie A such as Paolo Maldini, Gianluigi Buffon, Roberto Baggio, Francesco Totti, Alessandro Del Piero, and Fabio Cannavaro to name but a few. The Serie A has also produced some of the best football managers in the game including Antonio Conte, Carlo Ancelotti, Giovanni Trapattoni and Fabio Capello.
Some people believe that the Italian Serie A is not as good as it used to be. It is true to say that the league has fallen behind some of the other major ones such as the English Premier league in recent years, but it is still very well respected and consider to be a power house in world football.
Many football bettors from all over love to place bets on the Serie A in Italy. At Tips.bet our aim is to help football bettors achieve success with their Serie A bets by providing the most accurate predictions for the top matches in Italy.
Is betting on matches in the Italian Serie A league popular?
Yes, for many years football bettors have been placing bets on the matches that take place in Serie A and this shows no signs of slowing down.
Does Tips.bet provide accurate predictions for all of the matches in Serie A?
Yes, we provide accurate predictions for every match that takes place in the Italian Serie A league.