2009â€“10 Serie A
The 2009/10 season was the 78th season in the top Italian football league of gentlemen, Serie A. They started on 22 August 2009 and ended on 16 May 2010 with the surrender of the Scudetto, the Italian championship trophy. Champion defending champion Inter Milan, so the fifth championship in a row and won its 18th overall.
A total of 20 teams participated in the championship, 17 of which already last season played in Serie A. Furthermore, the climber played from the series B, the AS Bari and FC Parma and the winner of the play-offs for a place in the Serie A, AS Livorno, with the championship.
The 20 clubs came from twelve different regions of Italy. The regions most represented here were Lombardy and Tuscany, which featured a total of three teams: Atalanta, AC Milan and Inter Milan for Lombardy and Fiorentina, Siena and Livorno Tuscany. Liguria, Lazio, Emilia -Romagna and Sicily featured two teams, while the Piedmont, Friuli -Venezia Giulia, Puglia, Veneto, Campania and Sardinia each challenged a team.
AS Bari and FC Parma rose safe from the B series. AS Livorno qualified via the play-offs for the series A.
In case of equality, the direct comparison decides
The cross table presents the results of all games this season represents the home team is listed in the left column and the visiting team in the top row.
(in brackets the matches and goals are specified)
- Goalkeepers: Julio Cesar (38 / -)
- Defender: Cristian Chivu (20/ 1); Iván Córdoba ( 21 / -); Lúcio (31/ 1); Maicon (33/ 6); Marco Materazzi (12 / -); Wálter Samuel (28/ 3); Davide Santon (12 / -); Javier Zanetti (37 / -)
- Midfielders: Esteban Cambiasso (30/ 3); Rene Krhin (5 / - ); Mancini ( 6 / -); McDonald Mariga (8/ 1); Thiago Motta (26/ 4); Sulley Muntari (27/ 1); Wesley Sneijder (26/ 4); Dejan Stanković ( 29/3 ); Patrick Vieira ( 12/1)
- Striker Marko Arnautović (3 / - ); Mario Balotelli (26/ 9); Samuel Eto'o (32/ 12); Diego Milito (35/ 22); Goran Pandev (19/ 3); Ricardo Quaresma ( 11 / -); Alen Stevanovic (1 / - ); David Suazo (1 / -)
- Coach: José Mourinho