2010–11 Serie D

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The 2010–11 Serie D was the sixty-third edition of the top level Italian non-professional football championship. It represented the fourth tier in the Italian football league system. It originally consisted of 166 teams, with two divisions allocated 20 teams each while the other seven allocated 18 teams. After the first matchday, another team was added, increasing the number of teams to 167 and Girone I to 19 teams.[1]

Serie D
Season2010–11

Each team played two matches against every other team in its own division; a total of 34 matches for the six divisions of 18 teams, 36 matches for the 19-team Girone I, and 38 matches for the 20-team Girone A & F.

PromotionsEdit

The nine division winners and the winner of play off are automatically promoted to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione 2011–12.

On April 10, 2011 Perugia became the first team to be promoted from Serie D in the season, winning the Girone E with three weeks remaining in the schedule, after a 3–2 home victory over Castel Rigone.[2]

This was followed one week later by Cuneo and Mantova that won Girone A and B respectively.

On May 1, 2011 Treviso, Borgo a Buggiano, Santarcangelo, Arzanese won Girone C, D, F and H respectively.

On May 8, 2011 Aprilia and Ebolitana won Girone G and I respectively.

On June 25, 2011 Rimini was also promoted as the winner of the play off.

PlayoffsEdit

Teams placed second through fifth in each division enter a playoff tournament after the regular season where, eventually, three of the four semi-finalists of the final phase emerge. The fourth semi-finalist is the winner (or the final loser if the winner is already promoted) of Coppa Italia Serie D. A final match, between the winners of the semifinals, determines which team finishes first and which teams comes in second in this 37-team playoff. Eventually these teams may be included up to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione if one or more current teams runs into financial difficulties and so are not admitted in this league.

Relegations PlayoutEdit

  • In Gironi B-C-D-E-G-H of 18 teams, the two last-placed teams (17th and 18th) are relegated directly.

Teams ranked 13th to 16th play a two-legged playout (13th vs 16th, and 14th vs 15th) where to two losers are also relegated. If the 13th-placed is more than 8 points ahead of the 16th-placed team and/or the 14th-placed team is more than 8 points ahead of the 15th-placed team, then in each case, no playout is played and the lower-classified team is relegated directly.

  • In Girone I of 19 teams, the two last-placed teams (18th and 19th) are relegated directly. The same playout rules as above apply, however the teams involved are placed 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th.
  • In Gironi A–F' of 20 teams, the two last-placed teams (19th and 20th) are relegated directly. The same playout rules as above apply, however the teams involved are placed 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th.

The two losers of the playout are relegated to Eccellenza, while the two winners remain in Serie D. In total, 36 teams are relegated to Eccellenza.[3]

Tie-BreakersEdit

If, during the regular season, two teams finish in an aggregate tie for first, fifth, or in a position where only one team is directly relegated or only one team must play in the playouts, then a tie breaker will be scheduled on neutral ground.

Scudetto DilettantiEdit

The nine division winners enter a tournament to determine the over-all Serie D champion and is awarded the Scudetto Dilettanti.

In this season the winner was Cuneo.[4]

EventsEdit

Start of seasonEdit

Given a normal season where there are no team failures and special promotions, Serie D would feature 9 teams that had been relegated from Lega Pro Seconda Divisione, 36 teams that had been promoted from Eccellenza, and 117 teams had played in Serie D the year before. Due to twenty-one bankruptcies and non-admissions in the professional leagues above Serie D and five bankruptcies or promotions to fill vacancies in Serie D, the 2010–11 season was to feature only 1 team that played in 2009–10 Lega Pro Seconda Divisione, 45 teams that played in 2009–10 Eccellenza, 1 team that played in Promozione 2009–10 and 115 teams that played in 2009–10 Serie D. The league also admitted four of the teams that had failed in the senior leagues. Mantova (Girone B), which played in 2009–10 Serie B, Arezzo (Girone E), Perugia (Girone E) and Rimini (Girone F) which all played in 2009–10 Lega Pro Prima Divisione. The league admitted twenty teams from Eccellenza to fill vacancies created. These teams are:

  • Derthona which finished 16th in Serie D 2009–10 Girone A
  • Fiorenzuola which finished 14th in Serie D 2009–10 Girone B
  • Montecchio Maggiore which finished 20th in Serie D 2009–10 Girone C
  • Castel San Pietro which finished 17th in Serie D 2009–10 Girone D
  • Monteriggioni which finished 15th in Serie D 2009–10 Girone E
  • Sporting Terni which finished 16th in Serie D 2009–10 Girone E
  • Arzachena which finished 16th in Serie D 2009–10 Girone G
  • Bacoli Sibilla which 15th finished in Serie D 2009–10 Girone H
  • ASD Francavilla which finished 18th in Serie D 2009–10 Girone H
  • Santhià which finished 2nd in Eccellenza Piemonte - Valle D'Aosta 2009–10 Girone A and was eliminated in the national playoff
  • Castelnuovo Sandrà which finished 2nd in Eccellenza Veneto 2009–10 Girone A and was eliminated in the national playoff
  • Novese which finished 2nd in Eccellenza Piemonte - Valle D'Aosta 2009–10-Girone B and was eliminated in the national playoff
  • Voluntas Spoleto which finished 3rd in Eccellenza Umbria 2009–10 and was eliminated in the national playoff
  • Jesina which finished 4th in Eccellenza Marche 2009–10 and was eliminated in the national playoff
  • Camaiore which finished 5th in Eccellenza Toscana 2009–10-Girone A and was eliminated in the national playoff
  • Virtus Pavullese which finished 2nd in Eccellenza Emilia-Romagna 2009–10 Girone A and was eliminated in the national playoff
  • Castiadas which finished 4th in Eccellenza Sardegna 2009–10 and was eliminated in the national playoff
  • Arzanese which finished 3rd in Eccellenza Campania 2009–10 Girone A and was eliminated in the national playoff
  • Noto which finished 2nd in Eccellenza Sicilia 2009–10 Girone B and was eliminated in the national playoff
  • Treviso which finished 7th in Eccellenza Veneto 2009–10 Girone B
  • Gallaratese which finished 8th in Promozione Lombardia 2009–10 Girone A and merged with F.B.C. Saronno in order to play in Serie D.
  • After the first match day Real Nocera (formerly Vis Nocera Superiore), which finished 3rd in Eccellenza Campania 2009–10 Girone B and was eliminated in the national playoff, was also admitted.[1]

StandingsEdit

Girone AEdit

TeamsEdit

Teams from Aosta Valley, Piedmont, Liguria, & Lombardy

Club City Stadium Capacity 2009–10 season
A.S.D. Acqui 1911 Acqui Terme Stadio Jona Ottolenghi 1,500 6th in Serie D Girone A
A.S.D. Albese Calcio Alba Stadio San Cassiano 2,050 4th in Serie D Girone A
A.S.D. Aquanera Comollo Novi Novi Ligure Stadio Costante Girardengo 3,000 10th in Serie D Girone A
A.C.D. Asti Asti Stadio Censin Bosia 6,000 1st in Eccellenza Piedmont Girone B
Borgorosso Arenzano P.D. Arenzano Stadio Ferruccio Chittolina (Vado Ligure) 2,000 8th in Serie D Girone A
Borgosesia Calcio Borgosesia Stadio Comunale (Borgosesia) 2,500 16th in Serie D Girone A
A.S.D. Chiavari Calcio Caperana Chiavari Stadio Comunale (Chiavari) 2,300 2nd in Eccellenza Liguria Girone Girone A
A.S.D.C. Chieri 1955 Chieri Stadio Piero De Paoli 2,250 12th in Serie D Girone A
A.C. Cuneo 1905 Cuneo Fratelli Paschiero 4,000 11th in Serie D Girone A
Derthona F.B.C. 1908 Tortona Stadio Fausto Coppi 3,500 16th in Serie D Girone A
S.G. Gallaratese A.S.D. Gallarate Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia (Gallarate) 1,320 8th in Promozione Lombardy Girone A (merged with Saronno)
U.S.D. Lavagnese 1919 Lavagna Stadio Edoardo Riboli 800 7th in Serie D Girone A
U.S.D. Novese Novi Ligure Stadio Costante Girardengo 3,500 2nd in Eccellenza Piedmont Girone B
A.C.D. Rivoli Rivoli Stadio Giuseppe Vavassori 1,000 14th in Serie D Girone A
A.S.D. Santhià Calcio Santhià Stadio Pairotto 500 2nd in Eccellenza Piedmont Girone A
A.S.D. Sarzanese Calcio 1906 Sarzana Stadio Miro Luperi 4,500 5th in Serie D Girone A
U.S.D. 1913 Seregno Calcio Seregno Stadio Ferruccio 3,700 1st in Eccellenza Lombardy Girone B
S.S.D. Settimo Calcio Settimo Torinese Stadio Renzo Valla 400 9th in Serie D Girone A
A.S.D. Vallée d’Aoste Saint-Christophe Saint-Christophe Stadio Comunale (Saint-Christophe) 2,020 1st in Eccellenza Piedmont and Aosta Valley Girone A
Vigevano Calcio Vigevano Stadio Dante Merlo 3,000 13th in Serie D Girone A

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Cuneo (C, P) 38 24 10 4 87 44 +43 82 Promotion to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione[a]
2 V.d.A. Saint-Christophe 38 22 7 9 63 41 +22 73 Qualification for Promotion playoff
3 Asti 38 22 7 9 66 43 +23 73
4 Aquanera 38 18 12 8 65 41 +24 66
5 Seregno 38 17 12 9 52 35 +17 63
6 Santhià 38 16 11 11 44 33 +11 59[b]
7 Gallaratese 38 15 12 11 49 38 +11 57
8 Lavagnese 38 16 9 13 49 43 +6 57
9 Borgosesia 38 15 12 11 46 43 +3 57
10 Acqui 38 14 11 13 37 38 −1 53
11 Sarzanese (R) 38 13 13 12 44 43 +1 52 Relegation to Seconda Categoria[c]
12 Chiavari Caperana 38 15 6 17 54 62 −8 51
13 Chieri 38 13 11 14 52 52 0 50
14 Novese 38 13 9 16 48 50 −2 48
15 Derthona 38 11 13 14 54 51 +3 46
16 Rivoli (R) 38 11 11 16 42 63 −21 44 Qualification for Relegation playoff
17 Albese 38 9 11 18 40 52 −12 38[b]
18 Vigevano (R) 38 6 11 21 40 76 −36 29 Relegation to Eccellenza
19 Borgorosso Arenzano (R) 38 6 7 25 25 64 −39 25[d]
20 Settimo (R) 38 4 5 29 24 69 −45 17
Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2011. Source: Rai Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated
Notes:
  1. ^ Cuneo won the Scudetto Dilettanti 2010–11.
  2. ^ a b Albese and Santhià will be docked 3 points in the next season.
  3. ^ Sarzanese renounce expressly to Serie D 2011–12 and relegated to Seconda Categoria.
  4. ^ Borgorosso Arenzano will be docked 2 points in the next season.

Girone BEdit

TeamsEdit

Teams from Lombardy, Veneto & Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol

Club City Stadium Capacity 2009–10 season
F.C. AlzanoCene 1909 Alzano Lombardo, Cene Stadio Carillo Pesenti Pigna 1,900 2nd in Serie D Girone B
A.C. Cantù G.S. San Paolo Cantù Stadio Comunale (Cantù) 1,000 9th in Serie D Girone B
U.S. Caratese Carate Brianza Stadio XXV Aprile 3,000 15th in Serie D Girone B
A.C. Castellana Castel Goffredo Stadio Comunale (Castel Goffredo) 1,500 13th in Serie D Girone B
G.C. CastelnuovoSandrà Castelnuovo del Garda Stadio Montindon (Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella) 1,020 2nd in Eccellenza Veneto Girone B
U.S.C. Colognese Cologno al Serio Stadio Antonio Locatelli 1,000 6th in Serie D Girone B
U.S. Darfo Boario S.S.D. Darfo Boario Terme Stadio Comunale (Darfo Boario Terme) 1,200 4th in Serie D Girone B
S.C. Insubria Caronnese Caronno Pertusella Stadio Comunale (Caronno Pertusella) 1,000 7th in Serie D Girone B
A.C. Legnago Salus Legnago Stadio Mario Sandrini 2,152 1st in Eccellenza Veneto Girone A
Mantova F.C. Mantova Stadio Danilo Martelli 14,884 20th in Serie B
U.S. Olginatese Olginate Stadio Comunale (Olginate) 1,000 7th in Serie D Girone B
A.C. Ponte San Pietro Isola S.S.D. Ponte San Pietro, Terno d'Isola Stadio Matteo Legler 2,000 3rd in Serie D Girone B
Solbiatese Arno Calcio Solbiate Arno Stadio Felice Chinetti 4,500 12th in Serie D Girone B
A.C. Sterilgarda Castiglione Castiglione delle Stiviere Stadio Ugo Lusetti 2,500 4th in Eccellenza Lombardy C (as Castiglione Savoia)
Trento Calcio 1921 Trento Stadio Briamasco 5,000 1st in Eccellenza Trentino-Alto Adige
A.S.D. Villafranca Villafranca di Verona Stadio Comunale (Villafranca di Verona) 1,000 10th in Serie D Girone C
U.S.D. Virtusvecomp Verona Verona Stadio Gavagnin 1,000 6th in Serie D Girone C
A.C. Voghera Voghera Stadio Giovanni Parisi 4,000 8th in Serie D Girone B

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Mantova (C, P) 34 17 16 1 53 27 +26 67 Promotion to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione
2 Voghera 34 16 10 8 57 47 +10 58 Qualification for Promotion playoff
3 Pontisola 34 16 10 8 49 39 +10 58
4 Colognese 34 14 14 6 48 40 +8 56
5 Olginatese 34 16 6 12 53 36 +17 54[a]
6 Legnago 34 15 9 10 61 39 +22 54
7 Insubria 34 15 9 10 48 41 +7 54
8 Darfo Boario 34 13 12 9 52 36 +16 51
9 Sterilgarda Castiglione 34 12 13 9 50 34 +16 49
10 Cantù San Paolo 34 12 11 11 40 37 +3 47
11 Virtus Verona 34 11 11 12 35 34 +1 44
12 AlzanoCene 34 10 12 12 47 53 −6 42
13 Castellana 34 9 11 14 33 43 −10 38 Qualification for Relegation playoff
14 Villafranca 34 9 8 17 39 59 −20 35 Qualification for Relegation playoff[b]
15 Caratese 34 9 5 20 44 61 −17 32 Qualification for Relegation playoff
16 Trento (R) 34 8 8 18 35 58 −23 32
17 CastelnuovoSandrà (R) 34 7 9 18 40 66 −26 30 Relegation to Eccellenza
18 Solbiatese (R) 34 6 8 20 26 60 −34 26
Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2011. Source: Rai Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated
Notes:
  1. ^ Olginatese is qualified for the promotion playoffs after have beaten 6–5 (pen.) Legnago in the tie-break.
  2. ^ Villafranca remains in the league to fill the vacancies created.

Girone CEdit

TeamsEdit

Teams from Veneto & Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Club City Stadium Capacity 2009–10 season
A.C. Belluno 1905 Belluno Stadio Polisportivo 2,585 13th in Serie D Girone C
A.C. Chioggia Sottomarina Chioggia Stadio Aldo e Dino Ballarin 3,622 4th in Serie D Girone D
A.C.D. Città di Concordia Concordia Sagittaria Stadio Comunale (Concordia Sagittaria) 2,500 16th in Serie D Girone C
A.C. Este Este Nuovo Stadio Comunale (Este) 1,200 2nd in Serie D Girone C
N.K. Kras A.S.D. Monrupino Stadio Repen 250 2nd in Eccellenza Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Calcio Montebelluna Montebelluna Stadio San Vigilio 2,000 14th in Serie D Girone C
U.C. Montecchio Maggiore Montecchio Maggiore Stadio Gino Corsaro 1,000 20th in Serie D Girone C
U.S. Opitergina Oderzo Stadio Opitergium 5,000 1st in Eccellenza Veneto Girone B
Pordenone Calcio S.S.D. Pordenone Stadio Ottavio Bottecchia 3,000 7th in Serie D Girone C
Rovigo Calcio Rovigo Stadio Francesco Gabrielli 3,200 9th in Serie D Girone C
SandonàJesoloCalcio San Donà di Piave Stadio Verino Zanutto 4,000 4th in Serie D Girone C (as U.S. Città di Jesolo)
Calcio San Paolo Padova Padova Stadio Plebiscito 9,600 12th in Serie D Girone C (as Albignasego Calcio)
A.S.D. Sanvitese San Vito al Tagliamento Stadio Comunale (San Vito al Tagliamento) 2,500 11th in Serie D Girone C
S.P. Tamai Brugnera Stadio Comunale (Brugnera) 1,000 8th in Serie D Girone C
A.S.D. Torviscosa Torviscosa Stadio Beppino Tonello 1,500 1st in Eccellenza Friuli-Venezia Giulia
A.S.D. Treviso 2009 Treviso Stadio Omobono Tenni 10,000 7th in Eccellenza Veneto Girone B
A.S. Union Quinto Quinto di Treviso Stadio Omobono Tenni (Quinto di Treviso) 1,000 5th in Serie D Girone C
F.B.C. Unione Venezia Venezia Stadio Pierluigi Penzo 7,450 3rd in Serie D Girone C

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Treviso (C, P) 34 21 10 3 59 26 +33 73 Promotion to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione
2 Venezia 34 21 6 7 69 42 +27 69 Qualification for Promotion playoff
3 Tamai 34 14 14 6 61 43 +18 56
4 SandonàJesolo 34 15 10 9 56 44 +12 55
5 San Paolo Padova 34 15 10 9 49 44 +5 54[a]
6 Este 34 13 10 11 57 46 +11 49[b]
7 Union Quinto 34 13 10 11 50 42 +8 49
8 Rovigo (R) 34 13 10 11 48 43 +5 47[c] Excluded from football after does not appeal against the exclusion of mox tv[d]
9 Sanvitese 34 11 12 11 50 54 −4 44[a]
10 Pordenone 34 11 9 14 52 53 −1 42
11 Chioggia Sottomarina (R) 34 10 12 12 34 39 −5 42 Excluded from football after does not join 2011–12 championship[e]
12 Montecchio Maggiore 34 10 10 14 43 48 −5 40[b] Qualification for Relegation playoff
13 Montebelluna 34 10 8 16 30 45 −15 38[b]
14 Belluno 34 11 6 17 38 48 −10 39 Qualification for Relegation playoff
15 Opitergina (R) 34 8 12 14 50 63 −13 36
16 Concordia 34 9 9 16 49 68 −19 36
17 Kras (R) 34 7 11 16 39 62 −23 32 Relegation to Eccellenza
18 Torviscosa (R) 34 4 11 19 41 66 −25 23
Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2011. Source: Rai Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Sanvitese and San Paolo Padova were docked 1 point.
  2. ^ a b c Montecchio Maggiore readmitted in Serie D to the judgment of the High Court of Justice, that has transformed the score of Montebelluna-Este from 2–1 to 0–3, for infringement of the rule on under.
  3. ^ Rovigo was docked 2 points.
  4. ^ Rovigo does not appeal against the exclusion of Covisod and excluded from football.
  5. ^ Chioggia Sottomarina does not join 2011–12 championship and excluded from football.

Girone DEdit

TeamsEdit

Teams from Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna & Tuscany

Club City Stadium Capacity 2009–10 season
G.S. Bagnolese Bagnolo in Piano Stadio Fratelli Campari 1,000 1st in Eccellenza Emilia-Romagna Girone A
U.S.D. Borgo a Buggiano 1920 Buggiano Stadio Alberto Benedetti 1,000 10th in Serie D Girone D
Camaiore Calcio Camaiore Stadio Comunale (Camaiore) 3,000 5th in Eccellenza Tuscany Girone A
A.C. Carpenedolo Carpenedolo Stadio Mundial '82 3,000 16th in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione Girone A
Castel San Pietro Terme Calcio Castel San Pietro Terme Stadio Comunale (Castel San Pietro Terme) 2,800 17th in Serie D Girone D
U.S. Fiorenzuola 1922 Fiorenzuola d'Arda Stadio Comunale (Fiorenzuola d'Arda) 4,000 14th in Serie D Girone B
U.S. Forcoli Calcio 1921 Palaia Stadio Guido Brunner 3,000 9th in Serie D Girone E
A.S.D. Mezzolara Budrio Stadio Pietro Zucchini 1,300 11th in Serie D Girone D
A.S.D. Mobilieri Ponsacco Calcio Ponsacco Stadio Comunale (Ponsacco) 3,220 14th in Serie D Girone D
Nuova Verolese Calcio Verolanuova Stadio Enrico Bragadina 1,100 14th in Serie D Girone C
A.S. Pizzighettone Pizzighettone Stadio Comunale (Pizzighettone) 2,500 10th in Serie D Girone B
U.S. Pontedera 1912 Pontedera Stadio Ettore Mannucci 5,000 12th in Serie D Girone D
G.S.D. Rosignano Sei Rose Rosignano Marittimo Stadio Ernesto Solvay 1,400 6th in Serie D Girone D
U.S.D. Calcio Rudianese Rudiano Stadio Comunale (Rudiano) 1,000 5th in Eccellenza Lombardy Girone C
U.S. Russi Russi Stadio Bruno Bucci 1,500 7th in Serie D Girone D
A.S.D. San Miniato Tuttocuoio San Miniato Stadio Leporaia 600 1st in Eccellenza Tuscany Girone A
Pol. Virtus Castelfranco Calcio Castelfranco Emilia Stadio Fausto Ferrarini 1,280 8th in Serie D Girone D
A.S.D. Virtus Pavullese Pavullo nel Frignano Stadio Giuseppe Minelli 2,500 2nd in Eccellenza Emilia-Romagna Girone A

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Borgo a Buggiano (C, P) 34 19 12 3 53 23 +30 69 Lega Pro Seconda Divisione
2 Pontedera 34 18 9 7 47 28 +19 63 Qualification for Promotion playoff
3 Bagnolese 34 15 11 8 55 38 +17 56
4 Virtus Castelfranco 34 13 15 6 43 28 +15 54
5 Mezzolara 34 16 5 13 51 48 +3 53
6 Camaiore 34 13 13 8 44 39 +5 52
7 Forcoli 34 13 11 10 41 39 +2 50
8 Pizzighettone 34 12 11 11 46 39 +7 47
9 Rosignano 34 11 14 9 39 32 +7 47
10 Rudianese 34 12 11 11 41 37 +4 47
11 Fiorenzuola 34 12 10 12 38 40 −2 46
12 San Miniato Tuttocuoio 34 11 13 10 38 35 +3 46
13 Virtus Pavullese 34 11 11 12 37 40 −3 44[a]
14 Mobilieri Ponsacco (R) 34 9 17 8 28 23 +5 44 Excluded from football after transfer sports title[b]
15 Carpenedolo 34 9 11 14 44 47 −3 38 Qualification for Relegation playoff[c]
16 Castel San Pietro (R) 34 7 10 17 33 50 −17 31 Relegation to Eccellenza
17 Russi (R) 34 8 5 21 31 52 −21 29
18 Nuova Verolese (R) 34 1 3 30 14 87 −73 6
Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2011. Source: Rai Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated
Notes:
  1. ^ Virtus Pavullese is safe for the benefit of direct matches with Mobilieri Ponsacco.
  2. ^ Mobilieri Ponsacco gives his sports title to Pelli Santacroce and it is dissolved on summer 2011.
  3. ^ Carpenedolo remains in the league to fill the vacancies created.

Girone EEdit

TeamsEdit

Teams from Tuscany, Umbria & Lazio

Club City Stadium Capacity 2009–10 season
A.S.D. Atletico Arezzo Arezzo Stadio Città di Arezzo 15,128 4th in Lega Pro Prima Divisione Girone A
A.S. Castel Rigone Passignano sul Trasimeno Stadio San Bartolomeo 1,200 3rd in Serie D Girone E
A.S. Deruta Deruta Stadio Comunale (Deruta) 600 6th in Serie D Girone E
A.S.D. Flaminia Civita Castellana Civita Castellana Stadio Turrido Madani 1,300 6th in Serie D Girone G
A.S.D. Fortis Juventus 1909 Borgo San Lorenzo Stadio Giacomo Romanelli 2,500 12th in Serie D Girone E
S.S.D. Group Città di Castello Città di Castello Stadio Corrado Bernicchi 1,000 4th in Serie D Girone E
A.C. Monteriggioni A.S.D. Monteriggioni Stadio Mauro Nannotti 1,000 15th in Serie D Girone E
Montevarchi Calcio Aquila 1902 Montevarchi Stadio Gastone Brilli Peri 7,200 11th in Serie D Girone E
Orvietana Calcio Orvieto Stadio Luigi Muzi 2,500 13th in Serie D Girone E
Perugia Calcio Perugia Stadio Renato Curi 28,000 11th in Lega Pro Prima Divisione Girone A
U.S. Pianese Piancastagnaio Stadio Comunale (Piancastagnaio) 1,000 1st in Eccellenza Tuscany Girone B
A.S.D. Pontevecchio Ponte San Giovanni Stadio degli Ornari 1,000 14th in Serie D Girone E
A.S.D. Sansepolcro Calcio Sansepolcro Stadio Giovanni Buitoni 2,000 7th in Serie D Girone E
A.C.V. Scandicci A.S.D. Scandicci Stadio Turri 1,800 10th in Serie D Girone E
A.S. Sestese Calcio Sesto Fiorentino Stadio Piero Torrini 5,000 8th in Serie D Girone E
A.S.D. Sporting Terni Terni Stadio Mirko Fabrizi 1,070 16th in Serie D Girone E
A.S.D. Todi Calcio Todi Stadio Franco Martelli 1,200 1st in Eccellenza Umbria
Voluntas Calcio Spoleto Spoleto Stadio Comunale (Spoleto) 1,800 3rd in Eccellenza Umbria

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Perugia (C, P) 34 22 8 4 51 24 +27 74[a] Promotion to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione[b]
2 Castel Rigone 34 19 5 10 64 44 +20 62 Qualification for Promotion playoff
3 Sansepolcro 34 17 9 8 44 28 +16 60
4 Todi 34 17 7 10 49 33 +16 58
5 Pianese 34 15 10 9 52 46 +6 55
6 Group Castello 34 13 12 9 44 38 +6 51
7 Flaminia Civita Castellana 34 12 12 10 44 33 +11 48
8 Scandicci 34 12 10 12 43 44 −1 46
9 Arezzo 34 11 12 11 42 41 +1 45
10 Sporting Terni 34 10 14 10 43 43 0 44
11 Pontevecchio 34 11 10 13 44 46 −2 43
12 Voluntas Spoleto 34 11 9 14 41 37 +4 42
13 Sestese 34 10 8 16 43 51 −8 38[c] Qualification for Relegation playoff[d]
14 Orvietana 34 10 7 17 39 50 −11 37 Qualification for Relegation playoff
15 Montevarchi (R) 34 9 8 17 39 61 −22 35
16 Deruta 34 8 10 16 32 54 −22 34
17 Fortis Juventus (R) 34 8 9 17 37 56 −19 33 Relegation to Eccellenza
18 Monteriggioni (R) 34 7 8 19 33 53 −20 29 Excluded from football after transfer sports title[e]
Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2011. Source: Rai Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated
Notes:
  1. ^ 41
  2. ^ Perugia won Coppa Italia Serie D 2010–11.
  3. ^ 42
  4. ^ Sestese remains in the league to fill the vacancies created.
  5. ^ Monteriggioni gives his sports title to Olimpia Colligiana and it is dissolved on summer 2011.

Girone FEdit

TeamsEdit

Teams from Emilia-Romagna, Marche, Abruzzo & Molise

Club City Stadium Capacity 2009–10 season
S.S.D. Atessa Val di Sangro Atessa Stadio Monte Marcone 2,000 3rd in Serie D Girone F
A.S. Atletico Trivento Trivento Stadio Comunale (Trivento) 1,000 6th in Serie D Girone F
A.S.D. Bojano Bojano Stadio Adriano Colalillo 3,368 12th in Serie D Girone F
A.S. Real Cesenatico Cesenatico Stadio Alfiero Moretti 9,000 2nd in Eccellenza Emilia-Romagna Girone B
Civitanovese Calcio Civitanova Marche Stadio Comunale (Civitanova Marche) 4,000 5th in Serie D Girone F
F.C. Forlì Forlì Stadio Tullo Morgagni 3,600 1st in Eccellenza Emilia-Romagna Girone B
F.C. Fossombrone Fossombrone Stadio Comunale (Fossombrone) 1,000 3rd in Serie D Girone D
Jesina Calcio Jesi Stadio Pacifico Carotti 5,000 4th in Eccellenza Marche
A.S.D. Luco Canistro Canistro Stadio Comunale (Canistro) 600 14th in Serie D Girone F
A.S.D. Miglianico Calcio Miglianico Stadio Fratelli Ciavatta 600 11th in Serie D Girone F
Pol. Olympia Agnonese Agnone Stadio Civitelle 4,000 8th in Serie D Girone F
Real Rimini F.C. Rimini Stadio Romeo Neri 9,768 16th in Serie D Girone D (as Valleverde Riccione)
U.S.D. Recanatese Recanati Stadio Nicola Tubaldi 2,000 7th in Serie D Girone F
Renato Curi Angolana Città Sant'Angelo Stadio Comunale (Città Sant'Angelo) 4,120 13th in Serie D Girone F
A.C. Rimini 1912 Rimini Stadio Romeo Neri 9,768 4th in Lega Pro Prima Divisione Girone B
U.S. Sambenedettese San Benedetto del Tronto Stadio Riviera delle Palme 7,494 1st in Eccellenza Marche
A.S.D. Santarcangelo Calcio Santarcangelo di Romagna Stadio Valentino Mazzola 2,000 5th in Serie D Girone F
Santegidiese Calcio 1948 S.S.D. Sant'Egidio alla Vibrata Stadio Comunale (Sant'Egidio alla Vibrata) 2,000 2nd in Serie D Girone F
Teramo Calcio Teramo Stadio Comunale (Teramo) 7,498 1st in Eccellenza Abruzzo
U.S. Venafro Venafro Stadio Marchese Alessandro del Prete 1,500 1st in Eccellenza Molise

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Santarcangelo (C, P) 38 22 11 5 63 20 +43 77 Promotion to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione
2 Teramo 38 21 10 7 63 38 +25 73 Qualification for Promotion playoff
3 Rimini (O, P) 38 20 11 7 66 39 +27 71[a]
4 Forlì 38 18 12 8 50 43 +7 66
5 Jesina 38 17 9 12 43 34 +9 60
6 R.C. Angolana 38 17 7 14 59 44 +15 58
7 Santegidiese 38 16 11 11 62 51 +11 58[b]
8 Recanatese 38 15 11 12 31 34 −3 56
9 Real Rimini 38 16 8 14 51 44 +7 56
10 Civitanovese 38 12 16 10 37 35 +2 52
11 Atletico Trivento 38 11 18 9 56 43 +13 51
12 Sambenedettese 38 12 15 11 51 46 +5 51
13 Luco Canistro 38 14 9 15 50 55 −5 51
14 Olympia Agnonese 38 13 12 13 42 51 −9 51
15 Venafro (R) 38 13 10 15 52 64 −12 49 Relegation to Eccellenza[c]
16 Atessa V.d.S. 38 10 17 11 35 43 −8 47
17 Cesenatico (R) 38 9 8 21 39 61 −22 35 Relegation to Eccellenza
18 Miglianico 38 7 11 20 40 57 −17 32 Relegation to Eccellenza[d]
19 Fossombrone (R) 37 2 13 22 24 56 −32 19 Relegation to Eccellenza
20 Bojano (R) 38 0 10 28 21 75 −54 10
Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2011. Source: Rai Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated
Notes:
  1. ^ Rimini won the Promotion Playoffs and was promoted to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione.
  2. ^ Santegidiese was docked 1 point.
  3. ^ Venafro does not join 2011–12 championship and relegated to Eccellenza.
  4. ^ Miglianico remains in the league to fill the vacancies created.

Girone GEdit

TeamsEdit

Teams from Campania, Lazio & Sardinia

Club City Stadium Capacity 2009–10 season
A.S.D. Anziolavinio Anzio Stadio Massimo Bruschini 3,000 2nd in Eccellenza Lazio Girone A
F.C. Aprilia Aprilia Stadio Quinto Ricci 2,000 7th in Serie D Girone G (as Rondinelle Latina)
Pol. Arzachena Arzachena Stadio Biagio Pirina 2,400 16th in Serie D Girone G
A.S.D. Astrea Rome Stadio Casal del Marmo 2,500 14th in Serie D Girone G
A.S.D. Bacoli Sibilla Flegrea Bacoli Stadio Tony Chiovato 1,720 14th in Serie D Girone H
Budoni Calcio Budoni Stadio Comunale (Budoni) 1,500 10th in Serie D Girone G
Socio Culturale Castiadas Castiadas Stadio Comunale (Castiadas) 1,000 4th in Eccellenza Sardinia
A.S.D. Cynthia 1920 Genzano di Roma Stadio Comunale (Genzano di Roma) 6,000 13th in Serie D Girone G
G.S. Fidene Calcio Rome Stadio Walter Cervini 2,000 1st in Eccellenza Lazio Girone A
A.C.D. Guidonia Montecelio Guidonia Montecelio Stadio Proprio delle Case 2,900 2nd in Serie D Girone G
Pol. Monterotondo Calcio Monterotondo Stadio Fausto Cecconi 1,000 5th in Serie D Girone G
A.C. Porto Torres Porto Torres Stadio Comunale (Porto Torres) 5,000 1st in Eccellenza Sardinia
A.S.D. Sanluri Calcio Sanluri Stadio Campu Nou 1,000 4th in Serie D Girone G
A.S.D. Selargius Calcio Selargius Stadio Generale Porcu 2,000 5th in Serie D Girone G
S.S. Tavolara Calcio Olbia Stadio Bruno Nespoli 8,000 11th in Serie D Girone G
Pol. Viribus Unitis Somma Vesuviana Stadio Felice Nappi 2,500 15th in Serie D Girone I
A.S. Viterbese Calcio Viterbo Stadio Enrico Rocchi 6,000 8th in Serie D Girone G
U.S.D. Zagarolo Zagarolo Stadio Elio Mastrangeli 2,000 1st in Eccellenza Lazio Girone B

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Aprilia (C, P) 34 20 7 7 67 29 +38 67 Lega Pro Seconda Divisione
2 Bacoli Sibilla 34 18 10 6 62 37 +25 64 Qualification for Promotion playoff
3 Monterotondo 34 16 9 9 53 46 +7 57
4 Fidene 34 16 7 11 49 39 +10 55
5 Viribus Unitis 34 15 8 11 38 40 −2 53
6 Viterbese 34 12 14 8 49 46 +3 50
7 Zagarolo 34 13 10 11 51 41 +10 49
8 Budoni 34 12 11 11 33 30 +3 47
9 Porto Torres 34 10 16 8 43 34 +9 46
10 Anziolavinio 34 10 15 9 42 41 +1 45
11 Arzachena 34 11 12 11 51 54 −3 45
12 Selargius 34 11 11 12 40 40 0 44
13 Cynthia 34 9 12 13 31 42 −11 39 Qualification for Relegation playoff
14 Astrea 34 9 11 14 42 57 −15 38
15 Guidonia (R) 34 9 9 16 29 42 −13 36
16 Sanluri (R) 34 8 7 19 39 56 −17 31[a]
17 Tavolara (R) 34 6 13 15 39 55 −16 31 Relegation to Eccellenza
18 Castiadas (R) 34 8 4 22 32 61 −29 28
Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2011. Source: Rai Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated
Notes:
  1. ^ Sanluri is qualified for the relegation playout after have beaten 2–1 (aet) Tavolara in the tie-break.

Girone HEdit

TeamsEdit

Teams from Campania, Apulia, Lazio & Basilicata

Club City Stadium Capacity 2010–11 season
U.S. Angri Calcio 1927 A.S.D. Angri Stadio Pasquale Novi 3,000 8th in Serie D Girone H
U.S. Arzanese Arzano Stadio Sabatino De Rosa 4,000 3rd in Eccellenza Campania Girone A
A.S.D. Battipagliese Battipaglia Stadio Luigi Pastena 13,000 1st in Eccellenza Campania Girone B
A.S.D. Boville Ernica Calcio Boville Ernica Stadio Montorli 1,500 13th in Serie D Girone G
G.S. Capriatese Capriati a Volturno Stadio Comunale (Capriati a Volturno) 1,000 3rd in Eccellenza Molise
Fortis Murgia Calcio Irsina Stadio Antonio D'Angelo(Altamura) 4,000 1st in Eccellenza Basilicata
A.S. Fortis Trani Trani Stadio Comunale (Trani) 10,700 2nd in Eccellenza Apulia
A.S.D. Francavilla Calcio Francavilla Fontana Stadio Giovanni Paolo II 2,000 18th in Serie D Girone H
F.C. Francavilla Francavilla in Sinni Stadio Nunzio Fittipaldi 1,200 7th in Serie D Girone H
Pol. Gaeta Gaeta Stadio Antonio Riciniello 2,000 2nd in Serie D Girone G
A.D.C. Ars et Labor Grottaglie Grottaglie Stadio D'Amuri 2,500 10th in Serie D Girone H
A.S.D. Ischia Isolaverde Ischia Stadio Vincenzo Mazzella 5,000 16th in Serie D Girone H
Nuova Nardò Calcio Nardò Stadio Comunale Giovanni Paolo II 5,000 1st in Eccellenza Apulia
Ostuni Sport Ostuni Stadio Comunale (Ostuni) 2,200 12th in Serie D Girone H
Pol. C.S. Pisticci Pisticci Stadio Gaetano Michetti 1,200 17th in Serie D Girone H
A.S.D.C. Pomigliano Pomigliano d'Arco Stadio Ugo Gobbato 2,500 8th in Serie D Girone H
F.C. Sant'Antonio Abate Sant'Antonio Abate Stadio Comunale (Sant'Antonio Abate) 1,900 5th in Serie D Girone H
A.S.D. Virtus Casarano Casarano Stadio Giuseppe Capozza 6,200 3rd in Serie D Girone H

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Arzanese (C, P) 34 20 11 3 60 28 +32 71 Promotion to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione
2 Pomigliano 34 20 9 5 47 24 +23 69 Qualification for Promotion playoff
3 Gaeta 34 19 10 5 50 18 +32 67
4 Nardò 34 17 11 6 48 28 +20 62
5 Virtus Casarano 34 16 8 10 46 30 +16 56
6 Francavilla 34 12 11 11 43 38 +5 47
7 Ischia 34 11 11 12 37 35 +2 44
8 Capriatese (R) 34 11 11 12 33 35 −2 44 Excluded from football club don't on the yan beatfest[a]
9 Fortis Murgia 34 12 8 14 33 38 −5 44
10 Boville Ernica 34 12 8 14 31 36 −5 44
11 Fortis Trani 34 12 8 14 34 42 −8 44
12 Grottaglie 34 12 6 16 26 41 −15 42[b]
13 Sant'Antonio Abate 34 10 12 12 37 43 −6 42 Qualification for Relegation playoff[c]
14 Battipagliese 34 10 9 15 36 36 0 39 Qualification for Relegation playoff
15 Pisticci (R) 34 8 14 12 41 37 +4 38
16 Angri (R) 34 9 9 16 42 59 −17 36 Excluded from football after does not join 2011–12 championship[d]
17 ASD Francavilla (R) 34 7 7 20 27 58 −31 28 Relegation to Eccellenza
18 Ostuni (R) 34 3 7 24 19 64 −45 16
Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2011. Source: Rai Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated
Notes:
  1. ^ Capriatese gives his sports title to Nuvla San Felice and it is dissolved on summer 2011.
  2. ^ Grottaglie is safe after have beaten 2–0 Sant'Antonio Abate in the tie-break.
  3. ^ Sant'Antonio Abate remains in the league to fill the vacancies created.
  4. ^ Angri does not join 2011–12 championship and excluded from football.

Girone IEdit

TeamsEdit

Teams from Campania, Calabria, & Sicily

Club City Stadium Capacity 2010–11 season
S.S.D. Acireale Calcio 1946 Acireale Stadio Tupparello 8,000 1st in Eccellenza Sicily Girone B
A.S.D. Atletico Nola 1925 Nola Stadio Sporting Club 1,000 1st in Eccellenza Campania Girone A
U.S. Casertana 1908 Caserta Stadio Alberto Pinto 12,000 6th in Serie D Girone H
Cittanova Interpiana Calcio Cittanova Stadio Fortunato Redi (Melicucco) 2,500 3rd in Serie D Girone I (as Rosarno)
A.S.C. Ebolitana 1925 Eboli Stadio José Guimarães Dirceu 10,000 2nd in Eccellenza Campania Girone B
A.S.D. Forza e Coraggio Benevento Stadio Pasquale Meomartini 2,000 4th in Serie D Girone H
A.S.D. HinterReggio Reggio Calabria Stadio Ravagnese 1,200 11th in Serie D Girone I
S.C. Marsala 1912 Marsala Stadio Antonino Lombardo Angotta 13,500 1st in Eccellenza Sicily Girone A
Mazara Calcio A.S.D. Mazara del Vallo Stadio Nino Vaccara 3,266 12th in Serie D Girone I
A.C.R. Messina Messina Stadio San Filippo 40,200 13th in Serie D Girone I
A.S.D. Modica Calcio Modica Stadio Caitina 2,500 9th in Serie D Girone I
Nissa F.C. A.S.D. Caltanissetta Stadio Marco Tomaselli 9,000 8th in Serie D Girone I
U.S.D. Noto Calcio Noto Stadio Polisportivo Palatucci 5,000 2nd in Eccellenza Sicily Girone B
A.S.D. Real Nocera Superiore Nocera Superiore Stadio Alfaterno 1,200 3rd in Eccellenza Campania Girone B
Rossanese A.S.D. Rossano Stadio Stefano Rizzo 6,000 6th in Serie D Girone I
A.S.D. Sambiase 1962 Lamezia Terme Stadio Guido D'Ippolito 2,000 10th in Serie D Girone I
S.S.D. Sapri Calcio Sapri Stadio Italia (Sapri) 1,014 7th in Serie D Girone I
F.C. Turris 1944 A.S.D. Torre del Greco Stadio Amerigo Liguori 4,000 11th in Serie D Girone H
A.S. Valle Grecanica Bagaladi Stadio Saverio Spinella (Melito di Porto Salvo) 1,100 1st in Eccellenza Calabria (as Omega Bagaladi)

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Ebolitana (C, P) 36 28 5 3 69 21 +48 89 Promotion to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione
2 Forza e Coraggio (R) 36 26 5 5 66 28 +38 83 Relegation to Seconda Categoria[a]
3 Casertana 36 19 11 6 62 31 +31 68 Qualification for Promotion playoff
4 Sambiase 36 19 5 12 48 36 +12 62
5 Turris 36 15 13 8 69 46 +23 58 Qualification for Promotion playoff[b]
6 Nissa 36 15 12 9 43 29 +14 57 Qualification for Promotion playoff
7 Valle Grecanica 36 14 7 15 55 48 +7 49
8 HinterReggio 36 12 13 11 40 38 +2 49
9 Messina 36 15 8 13 43 48 −5 49[c]
10 Sapri (R) 36 13 8 15 56 53 +3 47 Excluded from football after does not appeal against the exclusion of internet data[d]
11 Real Nocera 36 13 7 16 43 46 −3 46
12 Cittanova Interpiana 36 11 11 14 33 38 −5 44
13 Acireale 36 12 7 17 39 42 −3 43
14 Noto 36 13 8 15 44 46 −2 42[e] Qualification for Relegation playoff
15 Marsala 36 10 8 18 33 49 −16 38
16 Modica (R) 36 10 8 18 30 50 −20 38
17 Rossanese (R) 36 8 11 17 28 51 −23 35
18 Mazara (R) 36 9 6 21 49 66 −17 33 Relegation to Eccellenza
19 Nola (R) 36 2 3 31 19 103 −84 9
Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2011. Source: Rai Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated
Notes:
  1. ^ Forza e Coraggio does not join 2011–12 championship and relegated to Seconda Categoria.
  2. ^ Turris qualified for the Semifinals of the Promotion playoff as finalist of Coppa Italia Serie D 2010–11, because the winner Perugia is already promoted in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione. It lost the final Promotion Playoffs with Rimini.
  3. ^ Messina was docked 4 points.
  4. ^ Sapri does not appeal against the exclusion of Covisod and excluded from football.
  5. ^ Noto was docked 5 points.

Division promotionsEdit

All teams promoted to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione 2011–12.

Division Winners Other promotions
A Cuneo
B Mantova
C Treviso
D Borgo a Buggiano
E Perugia
F Santarcangelo Rimini
G Aprilia
H Arzanese
I Ebolitana

Scudetto DilettantiEdit

First roundEdit

  • division winners placed into 3 groups of 3
  • group winners and best second-placed team qualify for semi-finals

Group 1Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Cuneo (A) 2 1 1 0 5 2 +3 4
2 Treviso (C) 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 2
3 Mantova (B) 2 0 1 1 1 4 −3 1
Treviso (C) 1–1 (A) Cuneo played on May 22, 2011
Mantova (B) 0–0 (C) Treviso played on May 29, 2011
Cuneo (A) 4–1 (B) Mantova played on June 4, 2011

Group 2Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Perugia (E) 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 4
2 Santarcangelo (F) 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 2
3 Borgo a Buggiano (D) 2 0 1 1 2 3 −1 1
Santarcangelo (F) 0–0 (E) Perugia played on May 22, 2011
Borgo a Buggiano (D) 1–1 (F) Santarcangelo played on May 29, 2011
Perugia (E) 2–1 (D) Borgo a Buggiano played on June 5, 2011

Group 3Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Arzanese (H) 2 1 1 0 5 3 +2 4
2 Ebolitana (I) 2 1 1 0 5 3 +2 4
3 Aprilia (G) 2 0 0 2 2 6 −4 0

Arzanese wins Group 3 for better position than Ebolitana in Coppa Disciplina

Arzanese (H) 3–1 (G) Aprilia played on May 22, 2011
Aprilia (G) 1–3 (I) Ebolitana played on May 29, 2011
Ebolitana (I) 2–2 (H) Arzanese played on June 5, 2011

Semi-finalsEdit

One leg played June 9, 2011

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Cuneo (A) 1−1(pen 5−3) (I) Ebolitana
Team 1  Score  Team 2
Arzanese (H) 1−1(pen 5−6) (E) Perugia

FinalEdit

Played on June 11, 2011

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Cuneo (A) 1−0 (E) Perugia
Winner: Cuneo[5]

Tie-breakersEdit

  • Before the promotion playoffs and relegation playout could begin, three tie-breakers needed to be played.

Girone B − 5th−6th place − Played on May 15, 2011

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Legnago 2−2(pen. 5−6) Olginatese

The winner Olginatese qualified for the promotion playoffs and the loser Legnago remained in Serie D.

Girone G − 16th−17th place − Played on May 15, 2011

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Sanluri 2−1 (aet) Tavolara

The winner Sanluri qualified for the relegation playout and the loser Tavolara relegated to Eccellenza.

Girone H − 12th−13th place − Played on May 15, 2011

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Grottaglie 2−0 Sant'Antonio Abate

The winner Grottaglie remained in Serie D and the loser Sant'Antonio Abate forced to play in relegation playout.

Promotion playoffsEdit

Promotion playoffs involved a total of 37 teams; four from each of the nine Serie D divisions (teams placed from 2nd through to 5th) with the Coppa Italia Serie D winner that is directly admitted to the Semi-final round. In this season is qualified the finalist Turris, because the winner Perugia is already promoted in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione.

RulesEdit

  • The first two rounds were one-legged matches played in the home field of the best-placed team.
  • The games ending in ties were extended to extra time. The higher classified team was declared the winner if the game was still tied after extra time. Penalty kicks were not taken.
  • Round one matched 2nd & 5th-placed teams (2nd & 6th in Girone I), and 3rd & 4th-placed teams within each division.
  • The two winners from each division played each other in the second round.
  • The nine winners − one each from the nine Serie D divisions − were then split into three groups of three teams each. Every team played two matches, one against each of the other two opponents within the group. The three group winners qualified for the semifinal round, joining Turris.
  • The semi-finals were two-legged matches, and the respective winners moved on to play in a one-legged final hosted in a neutral ground.
  • The winner Rimini[6] is promoted to Lega Pro Seconda Divisione.[7]
  • The tournament results provided a list, starting with the finalist Turris, by which vacancies could be filled in Lega Pro Seconda Divisione.

First roundEdit

  • Played on May 15 (May 18 for Girone B), 2011
  • Single-legged matches played at best placed club home field: 2nd-placed team plays home 5th-placed team (6th in Girone I), 3rd-placed team plays home 4th placed team
  • Games ending in a tie are extended to extra time, if still tied, the higher-classified team wins
Team 1  Score  Team 2
V.d.A. Saint-Christophe (A2) 1−1(aet) (A5) Seregno
Asti (A3) 1−2 (A4) Aquanera
Voghera (B2) 2−1 (B5) Olginatese
Pontisola (B3) 0−1 (B4) Colognese
Venezia (C2) 1−0 (C5) San Paolo Padova
Tamai (C3) 2−3 (C4) SandonàJesolo
Pontedera (D2) 2−0 (D5) Mezzolara
Bagnolese (D3) 3−4 (D4) Virtus Castelfranco
Castel Rigone (E2) 0−2 (E5) Pianese
Sansepolcro (E3) 1−0 (E4) Todi
Teramo (F2) 1−0 (F5) Jesina
Rimini (F3) 3−2(aet) (F4) Forlì
Bacoli Sibilla (G2) 2−1 (G5) Viribus Unitis
Monterotondo (G3) 1−0 (G4) Fidene
Pomigliano (H2) 3−1 (H5) Virtus Casarano
Gaeta (H3) 3−2 (H4) Nardò
Forza e Coraggio (I2) 3−1 (I6) Nissa
Casertana (I3) 1−2 (I4) Sambiase

Second roundEdit

  • Played on May 22, 2011
  • Single-legged matches played at best placed club home field
  • Games ending in a tie are extended to extra time, if still tied, the higher-classified team wins
Team 1  Score  Team 2
V.d.A. Saint-Christophe (A2) 1−1(aet) (A4) Aquanera
Voghera (B2) 3−1 (B4) Colognese
Venezia (C2) 2−3 (C4) SandonàJesolo
Pontedera (D2) 2−0 (D4) Virtus Castelfranco
Sansepolcro (E3) 3−3(aet) (E5) Pianese
Teramo (F2) 1−3(aet) (F3) Rimini
Bacoli Sibilla (G2) 3−0 (G3) Monterotondo
Pomigliano (H2) 3−1 (H3) Gaeta
Forza e Coraggio (I2) 2−0 (I4) Sambiase

Third roundEdit

  • group winners qualify for semi-finals

Triangular 1Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 SandonàJesolo (C4) 2 1 1 0 5 3 +2 4
2 Bacoli Sibilla (G2) 2 1 1 0 5 3 +2 4
3 Pontedera (D2) 2 0 0 2 2 6 −4 0

SandonàJesolo wins Triangular 1 for better position than Bacoli Sibilla in Coppa Disciplina

SandonàJesolo (C4) 2–2 (G2) Bacoli Sibilla May 29, 2011
Pontedera (D2) 1–3 (C4) SandonàJesolo June 5, 2011
Bacoli Sibilla (G2) 3–1 (D2) Pontedera June 8, 2011

Triangular 2Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Rimini (F3) 2 1 1 0 4 2 +2 4
2 V.d.A. Saint-Christophe (A2) 2 1 0 1 4 5 −1 3
3 Pomigliano (H2) 2 0 1 1 3 4 −1 1
V.d.A. Saint-Christophe (A2) 3–2 (H2) Pomigliano May 29, 2011
Pomigliano (H2) 1–1 (F3) Rimini June 5, 2011
Rimini (F3) 3–1 (A2) V.d.A. Saint-Christophe June 8, 2011

Triangular 3Edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Voghera (B2) 2 1 1 0 3 2 +1 4
2 Sansepolcro (E3) 2 0 2 0 5 5 0 2
3 Forza e Coraggio (I2) 2 0 1 1 3 4 −1 1
Voghera (B2) 1–0 (I2) Forza e Coraggio May 29, 2011
Forza e Coraggio (I2) 3–3 (E3) Sansepolcro June 4, 2011
Sansepolcro (E3) 2–2 (B2) Voghera June 8, 2011

Semi-finals PromotionEdit

First legs played June 15, 2011; return legs played June 19, 2011

Turris qualified directly as finalist of Coppa Italia Serie D, because the winner, Perugia, was directly promoted as Girone winner

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Rimini (F3) 5–1 (B2) Voghera 4–1 1–0
SandonàJesolo (C4) 2–2(a) (Cup Finalist) Turris 2–2 0–0

Final PromotionEdit

Played on June 25, 2011

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Rimini (F3) 0–0(pen 3–1) (Cup Finalist) Turris
Winner: Rimini[8]

Relegation playoutEdit

Played on May 22 & May 29, 2011
In case of aggregate tie score, higher classified team wins, without extra time being played
Team highlighted in green is saved, other is relegated to Eccellenza

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Albese (A17) 5–2 (A16) Rivoli 3–0 2–2
Trento (B16) 1–8 (B13) Castellana 0–5 1–3
Caratese (B15) 5–2 (B14) Villafranca 5–1 0–1
Concordia (C16) 3–2 (C13) Montecchio Maggiore 1–1 2–1
Opitergina (C15) 2–2 (C14) Belluno 0–0 2–2
Carpenedolo (D15) 1–4 (D14) Mobilieri Ponsacco 1–2 0–2
Deruta (E16) 3–1 (E13) Sestese 3–1 0–0
Montevarchi (E15) 0–3 (E14) Orvietana 0–0 0–3
Sanluri (G16) 1–1 (G13) Cynthia 0–1 1–0
Guidonia (G15) 4–6 (G14) Astrea 1–3 3–3
Angri (H16) 3–1 (H13) Sant'Antonio Abate 1–1 2–0
Pisticci (H15) 1–2 (H14) Battipagliese 0–1 1–1
Rossanese (I17) 0–0 (I14) Noto 0–0 0–0
Modica (I16) 3–3 (I15) Marsala 2–1 1–2

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ a b Angrisani, Biagio (8 September 2010). "Real Nocera ammessa in D. Giocherà nel girone I" (in Italian). Corriere dello Sport – Stadio. Archived from the original on 14 March 2012. Retrieved 26 April 2016.
  2. ^ "Perugia promosso in Lega Pro, la Turris matematicamente ai playoff!".
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-22. Retrieved 2011-03-16.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ http://www.campioni.cn/2011/06/11/leggi-notizia/argomenti/calcio/articolo/serie-d-finale-poule-scudetto-di-paola-gol-il-cuneo-e-campione-ditalia.html
  5. ^ "Puglialive.net".
  6. ^ "Scuffia eroico, Rimini batte ai rigori Turris e vola in Seconda". 26 June 2011.
  7. ^ http://forzangolana.blog.tiscali.it/2011/05/24/ripescaggi-in-lega-pro-la-figc-detta-le-regole-la-grande-novita-e-che-la-vincente-dei-play-off-di-serie-d-va-in-lega-pro-di-diritto/
  8. ^ "Pianorese-Siepelunga Bellaria 2-2".