1994â€“95 Serie A
The 1994/95 season was the 64th season of the Serie A and ended with the surrender of the Scudetto, the Italian championship trophy at Juventus. The championship began on September 4, 1994 and ended on 21 May 1995. It was the first Italian championship in which there were three points for a win, until the 1993/94 season, two points were awarded for a win.
Juventus this season was the 23rd time Italian champion. Also Juventus got the unofficial title of winter champion since they were first after the first round. Scorer with 26 goals, the Argentine Fiorentina striker Gabriel Batistuta.
As a finalist in the Coppa Italia which qualified the AC Parma for the European Cup Winners' Cup.
(in brackets the matches and goals are specified)
- Goal: Angelo Peruzzi (26 / - ); Michelangelo Rampulla (9 / - ); Lorenzo Squizzi (1 / -)
- Defense: Massimo Carrera (19 / - ); Ciro Ferrara (33/ 1); Luca Fusi (10 / -); Jürgen Kohler (19/ 1); Alessandro Orlando (13 / - ); Sergio Porrini (19 / - ); Moreno Torricelli (26 / -)
- Midfielder Antonio Conte (23/ 1); Didier Deschamps (14/ 1); Angelo Di Livio (27/ 1); Robert Jarni (15/ 1); Giancarlo Marocchi (26/ 2); Paulo Sousa ( 26/1 ); Alessio Tacchinardi (24 / -); Simone Tognon (1 / -)
- Forwards: Roberto Baggio (17/ 8); Alessandro Del Piero (29/ 8); Enrico Fantini (1 / - ); Corrado Grabbi (2/ 1); Fabrizio Ravanelli (33/ 15); Gianluca Vialli (30 /17)
- Coach: Marcello Lippi