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Coppa Italia Fixtures Today: Time, Date, Results 2021!

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Coppa Italia Fixtures

Coppa Italia fixtures!

What are the Coppa Italia fixtures? What are the time and date for the Coppa Italia fixtures? Want to know the Coppa Italia Results 2021?

Do you know who plays in which round? Coppa Italia fixtures are made very differently. The draws are only made till the fourth round after which the bracket system starts as the top 8 teams from the previous seasons Serie A enter.

Coppa Italia fixtures 2021? Who are the teams left in Coppa Italia? What have the results been in Coppa Italia 2021? Check out space below to find out more!

So who are the participating teams in the Coppa Italia:

Serie D: 9 teams

  • Adriese
  • Fanfulla
  • Fasano
  • Lanusei
  • Mantova
  • Matelica
  • Ponsacco
  • Sanremese
  • Turris

Serie C: 29 teams

  • Alessandria
  • Arezzo
  • Carpi (Second round)
  • Carrarese
  • Casertana
  • Catania
  • Catanzaro
  • Cavese
  • FeralpiSalò
  • Fermana
  • Francavilla
  • Imolese
  • Monopoli
  • Monza
  • Novara
  • Padova (Second round)
  • Piacenza
  • Potenza
  • Pro Patria
  • Pro Vercelli
  • Ravenna
  • Reggina
  • Rende
  • Sambenedettese
  • Siena
  • Südtirol
  • Triestina
  • Vicenza
  • Viterbese Castrense

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Serie B: 20 teams

  • Ascoli
  • Benevento
  • Chievo
  • Cittadella
  • Cosenza
  • Cremonese
  • Crotone
  • Empoli
  • Frosinone
  • Juve Stabia
  • Livorno
  • Perugia
  • Pescara
  • Pisa
  • Pordenone
  • Salernitana
  • Spezia
  • Trapani
  • Venezia
  • Virtus Entella

Serie A: 20 teams

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  • Atalanta (Round of 16)
  • Bologna
  • Brescia
  • Cagliari
  • Fiorentina
  • Genoa
  • Hellas Verona
  • Internazionale (Round of 16)
  • Juventus (Round of 16)
  • Lazio (Round of 16) (Current champion)
  • Lecce
  • Milan (Round of 16)
  • Napoli (Round of 16)
  • Parma
  • Roma (Round of 16)
  • Sampdoria
  • Sassuolo
  • SPAL
  • Torino (Round of 16)
  • Udinese

Coppa Italia

The Italian Cup is almost a century-old tournament. It started all the way back in 1922 after the First World War. The first edition of the trophy was won by Vado. However, back then it was not an annual tournament. The next edition was held all the way in 1926-27; a four-year gap.

Even then that edition was not finished as it was cancelled in the round of 32. The third edition faced an even bigger gap and was held in 1935-36. Since then it became an annual event excluding of course the span of time during the Second World War and a few years after.

However, since 1958, we have had over 60 years of consecutive editions of the Coppa Italia.

Italy Cup: Juventus

The most successful team in Coppa Italia is Juventus. The Old Lady outfit from Turin has won 13 editions of the tournament. Their next successor is AS Roma who have won 9, 4 less than Juventus. Juventus holds the record for most finals as well in terms of appearances. They made the finals 18 times – winning 13 and losing on 5 occasions.

The winner of the Coppa Italia gets three blessings as well besides silverware. They automatically qualify for the Europa League next year regardless of their division on the league or position on the table. The winners also qualify for the Supercoppa Italiana for next season. They finally get to wear the famous Italian “coccarda” on their jerseys.

Juventus are currently in the semi-finals of the 2019-20 edition of the Coppa Italia. They were held to a 1-1 draw in the first leg of the semi-final in the tournament. They were by far the second-best team in the first leg and will want to make it up in their return fixture at home to make it to the final.

Although the current defending champions are Lazio, Juve did win it four times on the bounce prior to Lazio winning it last season.

Coppa Italia Results 2021

This time, the defending champions, Lazio are already out after losing to Napoli in the quarter final stages. AS Roma was another team to bow out in the quarter-final stages after losing to Juventus. So the four big teams in the semi final stages Are Inter Milan, Atalanta, Juventus and Napoli.

Coppa Italia semi final fixtures

The semi-final round of the Coppa Italia is a 2 leg affair. The first leg is played on the 2nd of February and the 3rd of February this year. They have both been played.

The second legs were played on the 10th and 11th of February, 2021.

Coppa Italia fixtures today

Unfortunately for all Italian Cup fans, there are no matches today. The big final is coming on 19th of May 2021.

The semi-finals are Juventus vs Inter Milan on one side with Napoli vs Atalanta on the other side.

Coppa Italia Fixtures

Coppa Italia Fixtures

The Italy Cup this time has been extremely entertaining. What sets apart the Coppa Italia from the FA Cup or the Copa Del Rey is the system in which it is set up which gives an advantage to the higher seeded teams, ie that the teams who finished in the top 8 in the Serie A. They only enter the tournament in the last 16 rounds and do not face each other until the quarter-final stages.

This allows the better teams to fight it out in the latter stages and decreases the chances of smaller teams causing upsets or big teams facing each other in the early rounds. Let us check how the teams have fared in the Coppa Italia from Serie D to Serie A in the Italy Cup fixtures.

Coppa Italia Fixtures: Italy Cup Dates & Time and Results

Here are all the details from Round of 16 onwards:

Round of 16

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The results for the round of 16 are:

Team 1Team 2Results
AS RomaSpezia3-0
AC MilanTorino1-0

Quarter Final

The results for the quarter final are:

Team 1Team 2Results
InterAC Milan2-1

Semi Final

The semi-finals have two legs.

First Leg

The results for the first leg are:

DateTeam 1Team 2Results
2021-02-03Inter MilanJuventus1-2

Second Leg

The results for the second leg are:

DateTeam 1Team 2Results
2021-02-10JuventusInter Milan0-0

Coppa Italia Final

DateTeam 1Team 2Results

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