2006–07 Eccellenza

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This is a list of division winners and playoff matches in the regionally organized Eccellenza 2006–2007.

Division winnersEdit

Region/Division Winners
1 Abruzzo Cologna Paese
2 Basilicata Horatiana Venosa
3 Calabria Rosarno
4 Campania – A Caserta
5 Campania – B Gelbison Cilento
6 Emilia-Romagna – A Crociati Parma
7 Emilia-Romagna – B Real Cesenatico
8 Friuli-Venezia Giulia Sarone
9 Lazio – A Bassano Romano
10 Lazio – B Lupa Frascati
11 Liguria Sestrese
12 Lombardy – A Sestese
13 Lombardy – B Caratese
14 Lombardy – C Feralpi Lonato
15 Marche Recanatese
16 Molise Olympia Agnonese
17 Piedmont & Aosta Valley – A Favria
18 Piedmont & Aosta Valley – B Derthona
19 Apulia Fasano
20 Sardinia Tavolara
21 Sicily – A Alcamo
22 Sicily – B Acate-Modica
23 Tuscany – A Gavorrano
24 Tuscany – B Colligiana
25 Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol Alta Vallagarina
26 Umbria Pontevecchio
27 Veneto – A Domegliara
28 Veneto – B Sandonà

Regional playoffsEdit

RulesEdit

In the regional playoffs, each Regional Committee can decide its own rules to admit a single team to the national phase. In the 2006–07 season, Liguria, Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol, Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Emilia-Romagna and Lazio opted not to organize any regional playoff, preferring instead to admit the runner-up team directly to the national phase, whereas all other regional committees organized playoffs between teams from second to fifth place, with the exception of Piedmont, that organized a playoff between only three teams (from second to fourth place).

Piedmont AEdit

Piedmont BEdit

Lombardy AEdit

Lombardy BEdit

Lombardy CEdit

Tuscany AEdit

Tuscany BEdit

UmbriaEdit

MarcheEdit

AbruzzoEdit

MoliseEdit

Campania AEdit

Campania BEdit

ApuliaEdit

BasilicataEdit

CalabriaEdit

Sicily AEdit

Sicily BEdit

SardiniaEdit

  • (b) — Team who best placed in the regular season qualifies for the next round.

National playoffsEdit

RulesEdit

The national playoffs involved a total of 28 teams, respectively the regional playoff winners or the second-placed teams in case regional playoffs were not organized by the correspondent committee. A total of two two-legged rounds are played in order to fill the remaining seven Serie D spots.

First roundEdit

First leg: matches A to N on May 27, matches O to P on June 3
Second leg: matches A to N on June 3, matches O to P on June 10
Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
A Virtus Entella (Liguria) 1–2 Asolo Fonte (Veneto B) 0–0 1–2
B Corsico (Lombardy A) 1–0 Noventa Padovana (Veneto A) 1–0 0–0
C Alense Vivaldi (Trentino) 1–3 Novese (Piedmont B) 0–3 1–0
D Base 96 (Lombardy B) 3–2 Monfalcone (Friuli V.G.) 3–1 0–1
E Trevigliese (Lombardy C) 0–0
(p)4–1
Rivoli Collegno (Piedmont A) 0–0 0–0
F Notaresco (Abruzzo) 3–5 Cynthia 1920 (Lazio B) 3–4 0–1
G Fiorenzuola (Emilia-Romagna A) 3–5 Savignanese (Emilia-Romagna B) 1–4 2–1
H Calenzano (Tuscany A) 1–3 Scandicci (Tuscany B) 1–1 0–2
I Ciampino (Lazio A) 3–4 Budoni (Sardinia) 3–2 0–2
L Torgiano (Umbria) 1–0 B.Fossombrone (Marche) 0–0 1–0
M Taurianovese (Calabria) 2–1 Termoli (Molise) 2–1 0–0
N Audace Cerignola (Apulia) 3–4 Carini (Sicily A) 3–2 0–2
O Palazzolo (Sicily B) 1–5 Gragnano (Campania B) 1–2 0–3
P Quarto (Campania A) 4–1 Avigliano (Basilicata) 3–0 1–1

Second roundEdit

First leg: matches 1 to 5 on June 10; matches 6 & 7 on June 17
Second leg: matches 1 to 5 on June 17; matches 6 & 7 on June 24
Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
1 Base 96 (Lombardy B) 1–0 Trevigliese (Lombardy C) 1–0 0–0
2 Novese (Piedmont B) 2–0 Corsico (Lombardy A) 1–0 1–0
3 Asolo Fonte (Veneto B) 2–6 Cynthia 1920 (Lazio B) 2–1 0–5
4 Budoni (Sardinia) 1–2 Torgiano (Umbria) 0–1 1–1
5 Scandicci (Tuscany B) 6–2 Savignanese (Emilia-Romagna B) 1–0 5–1
6 Quarto (Campania A) 4–2 Taurianovese (Calabria) 4–1 0–1
7 Carini (Sicily A) 1–2 Gragnano (Campania B) 1–0 0–2

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. ^ already promoted to Serie D via Coppa Italia Dilettanti