2012â€“13 Serie A
The Serie A 2012/13 was the 81st season in Italy's top soccer division of Lords. First and Second place automatically qualify for the UEFA Champions League 2013 /14, the third place play in qualifying for the Champions League. Fourth and fifth qualify for the UEFA Europa League 2013 / 14th
The game series started with the match between Fiorentina and Udinese Calcio on 25 August 2012 and ended with the 38th Round, on 19 May 2013. The winter break interrupted the game mode from December 23 to January 4 for 13 days.
Overall, participated in the 2012/13 season 20 teams participate. 17 of these already played last season in Serie A, while the remaining three participants earned participation by climbing out of the series B. The 20 clubs from 16 different cities, with Genoa, Milan, Rome and Turin respectively represent two clubs.
- Inter Milan and Napoli
- SSC Napoli and Juventus
The cross table presents the results of all games this season represents the home team is listed in the left column, the visiting team on the top line.
With the same number of goals, the players are sorted alphabetically by last name or artist name.
With the same number of assists the players are sorted alphabetically by last name or artist name.
With the same number of points scorer totaling more goals scored, with the same number of goals, the players are sorted alphabetically by last name or artist name.
Maximum values of the season
- Biggest win (with 6 goals difference ): Sampdoria - Delfino Pescara 6:0 ( 22 Matchday) and Lazio - FC Bologna 6-0 (35th Round )
- Highest-scoring game ( with 8 gates ): FC Turin - SSC Napoli 3:5 ( 30 Matchday)
The winners are highlighted in bold.
The venues are ordered by the approved maximum capacity. Of the 17 venues are used three out of every two clubs. Overall, the 17 stadiums have a capacity of 595 569 places, which corresponds to an average capacity of about 35 033 places.
The sorting of the table viewer is based on the average attendance (per game).
Listed are the 21 main referee of Serie A, which initiated games of the season 2012/13 on a regular basis. Of the 380 lots were led 355 of the 21 main referees, 24 of replacement referees and a game was criminal verified. ( Full Time )
- Goalkeepers: Gianluigi Buffon ( 32 games / no goal ); Rubinho (1 / - ); Marco Storari (6 / -)
- Defense: Andrea Barzagli (34 / - ); Leonardo Bonucci (33 / - ); Martín Cáceres (18/ 1); Giorgio Chiellini ( 24/1 ); Paolo De Ceglie (14 / - ); Stephan Lichtsteiner ( 28/4 ); Federico Peluso (12 / -)
- Midfielders: Kwadwo Asamoah ( 27/2 ); Emanuele Giaccherini (17/ 3); Mauricio Isla (11 / -); Claudio Marchisio (29/ 6); Luca Marrone (10 / -); Simone Padoin (20 / - ); Simone Pepe ( 1 / -); Andrea Pirlo (32/ 5); Paul Pogba (27/ 5); Arturo Vidal (31/ 10)
- Forwards: Nicolas Anelka (2 / - ); Stefano Beltrame (1 / - ); Nicklas Bendtner (9 / - ); Sebastian Giovinco (31/ 7); Alessandro Matri (22/ 8); Fabio Quagliarella (27/ 9); Mirko Vucinic (31/ 10)
- Coach: Antonio Conte 1 2
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- Compared to the 2011/12 season was a rule change in the field of substitutes: Since the beginning of time allowed in all Italian football competitions, so the Serie A, the Coppa Italia and the Supercoppa Italiana, not only seven substitute players are on the team sheet but twelve, so the squad will be increased for a game similar to a World Cup or European Championship a total of 23 players. This step was initiated by the initiative of officials of the League and the clubs, thereby recognizing the many benefits.
- During the winter break, the Italian international Mario Balotelli moved for about 20 million euros from Manchester City for the financially troubled AC Milan. In the media, the club owner Silvio Berlusconi has been accused by the transfer votes to grab for the parliamentary elections in late February at the expense of the association.
- During the season, there were several racist remarks from fans against dark-skinned players of several clubs. These were fined for the behavior of their fans. The Italian association, coaches and officials and FIFA President Sepp Blatter condemn this behavior and call for action against racism in Italian football. Were particularly frequently attacked the players of AC Milan, who were even target of a planned attack by a small group at the end of the season.