DateRHome vs Away-
01/30 13:30 19 Vicenza vs Alessandria View
01/30 13:30 19 Cittadella vs Cosenza View
01/30 13:30 19 Parma vs Crotone View
02/05 13:00 21 Crotone vs Cittadella View
02/05 13:00 21 Ternana vs Reggina View
02/05 13:00 21 Alessandria vs Pisa View
02/05 13:00 21 Benevento vs Parma View
02/05 13:00 21 Como vs Lecce View
02/05 13:00 21 Cosenza vs Brescia View
02/05 15:15 21 Frosinone vs Vicenza View
02/05 17:30 21 Ascoli vs Perugia View
02/06 15:15 21 Cremonese vs Monza View


Date R Home vs Away -
01/26 19:00 18 [3] Lecce vs Vicenza [20] 2-1
01/23 17:30 20 [6] Lecce vs Cremonese [5] 2-1
01/23 15:15 20 [20] Vicenza vs Cittadella [9] 3-3
01/22 15:15 20 [10] Perugia vs Pordenone [19] 0-1
01/22 13:00 20 [17] Cosenza vs Ascoli [9] 1-3
01/22 13:00 20 [11] Como vs Crotone [18] 1-1
01/22 13:00 20 [15] Spal vs Pisa [1] 0-0
01/22 13:00 20 [7] Monza vs Reggina [12] 1-0
01/22 13:00 20 [2] Brescia vs Ternana [13] 1-1
01/22 13:00 20 [16] Alessandria vs Benevento [3] 2-0
01/21 19:30 20 [14] Parma vs Frosinone [7] 0-1
01/16 17:30 19 Vicenza vs Alessandria PPT.

Wikipedia - Serie B

Serie B (Italian pronunciation: [ˈsɛːrje ˈbi]), currently named Serie BKT for sponsorship reasons, is the second-highest division in the Italian football league system after the Serie A. It has been operating for over ninety years since the 1929–30 season. It had been organized by Lega Calcio until 2010, when the Lega Serie B was created for the 2010–11 season. Common nicknames for the league are campionato cadetto and cadetteria, since cadetto is the Italian name for junior or cadet.


A junior football championship was created at first in Italy in 1904, after seven editions of the major tournament of FIGC: it was called Second Category, and was composed both by senior squads of town clubs and by youth teams of city clubs. If the first ones won the championship, they would be promoted to First Category, which consequently improved in size: the first team to reach the honour, was Pro Vercelli in 1907, which even won the scudetto in 1908. FIGC attempted many times to introduce relegations on the contrary, but the reform was really adopted only in 1921 by the secessionist CCI in its Northern League, which consisted of a First Division and a Second Division: the first teams to be relegated were AC Vicenza and FC Inter even if, after the reunion with FIGC, the regulations were changed, and Venezia was demoted instead of the Milanese club. Even if part of the same league, differently from First Division, Second Division was based on local group with proximity criteria. Only in 1928 was the big reform conceived by FIGC president Leandro Arpinati: after a year, a new second division based on the same national format of the major tournament would be born. Serie B began in 1929 with 18 clubs and continued until World War II, after which it was divided again between the northern and the southern part of the country in the aftermath of the war. The championship became national again in 1948, and for many years in the second half of the 20th century, it was played by 20 clubs. In 2003–04, a single group of 24 teams was formed, the largest in the history of all levels of the Italian championship. After 2004, a 22-team format was introduced together with playoffs.

After Serie A split with Serie B to form Lega Serie A, Lega Serie B was formed on 7 July 2010. The league signed a new sponsor bwin for 2010–11 and 2011–12 seasons; changed the league name from Serie B TIM to Serie Bwin. The League changed again its name in Serie B due to sponsorship reasons.

Serie B is the lowest division in which five clubs have ever played: Torino, Juventus, Milan, Roma and Lazio.

Serie B introduced the "green card" at the beginning of the 2015–16 season. The green card is given to promote fair play and good acts. The green card will not be given during the game, as it would alter sport rules, but awarded after the match to a player or coach who exhibited fair play by the referee. The player or coach with the highest number of green cards at the end of the season will be rewarded.