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Serie B
2018–19
Serie B
Season information
Winners Brescia
Promoted Brescia
Lecce
Hellas Verona
Relegated Foggia(to Serie D/H)
Padova
Carpi
Palermo (bankruptcy,20 points deducted due to financial irregularities)
Season statistics
Matches played 351
Goals scored 910
Top goalscorer Alfredo Donnarumma
(25 goals)
Biggest home win Lecce 7–0 Ascoli
(23 March 2019)
Biggest away win Pescara 1–5 Brescia
(3 February 2019)
Highest scoring Brescia 4–4 Spezia
(27 January 2019)
Previous season
Next season
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The 2018–19 Serie B (known as Serie BKT for sponsorship reasons) is the 87th season of Serie B in Italy since its establishment in 1929.

A total of 19 teams are contesting in the 2018–19 season, instead of the usual 22 teams, due to the exclusion of Bari, Cesena and Avellino. There are 12 teams returning from the 2017–18 Serie B season, 4 promoted from 2017–18 Serie C (Livorno, Padova, Lecce, Cosenza) and 3 relegated from 2017–18 Serie A (Crotone, Hellas Verona, Benevento).

Teams

The list of teams for the season was originally expected to feature 15 teams from the 2017–18 Serie B, as well as three teams who were relegated from the 2017–18 Serie A (Crotone, Verona and Benevento) and four promoted from the 2017–18 Serie C: league winners Livorno, Padova and Lecce, plus national playoff winners Cosenza.

Later in July, Bari and Cesena renounced on their participation to the league due to serious financial issues, whereas Avellino was excluded due to financial irregularities. Foggia was admitted, but it had eight points deducted.

Following these event, the Serie B league assembly voted in favour of reducing the number of teams from 22 to 20; this move was promptly revoked by the Italian Football Federation due to bureaucratic issues who would not allow to change the league format for the current season.

On 7 August, Avellino was finally excluded from the Serie B after losing on their appeal verdict to be readmitted in the league.

Although it was expected that the three vacancies were to be filled by Catania, Novara and Siena, however Pro Vercelli and Ternana disagreed, and on 10 August, the Lega B announced the 2018–19 season would go ahead with 19 teams instead of the regular 22. The Italian Football Federation formalized the change of format for the Serie B from 22 to 19 teams later on 13 August.

Stadia and locations

Team Home city Stadium Capacity 2017–18 season
Avellino Avellino Stadio Partenio-Adriano Lombardi &0000000000010215.00000010,215 15th in Serie B
Benevento Benevento Stadio Ciro Vigorito &0000000000017554.00000017,554 20th in Serie A
Brescia Brescia Stadio Mario Rigamonti &0000000000016743.00000016,743 16th in Serie B
Carpi Carpi Stadio Sandro Cabassi &0000000000005510.0000005,510 11th in Serie B
Cesena Cesena Orogel Stadium Dino Manuzzi &0000000000023860.00000023,860 13th in Serie B
Cremonese Cremona Stadio Giovanni Zini &0000000000020641.00000020,641 14th in Serie B
Crotone Crotone Stadio Ezio Scida &0000000000016547.00000016,547 18th in Serie A
Foggia Foggia Stadio Pino Zaccheria &0000000000016798.00000016,798 9th in Serie B
Hellas Verona Verona Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi &0000000000038402.00000038,402 19th in Serie A
Lecce Lecce Stadio Via del Mare &0000000000040670.00000040,670 Serie C/C Champions
Livorno Livorno Stadio Armando Picchi &0000000000019238.00000019,238 Serie C/A Champions
Padova Padova Stadio Euganeo &0000000000019740.00000019,740 Serie C/B Champions
Pescara Pescara Stadio Adriatico-Giovanni Cornacchia &0000000000020515.00000020,515 17th in Serie B
Salernitana Salerno Stadio Arechi &0000000000031300.00000031,300 12th in Serie B
Spezia La Spezia Stadio Alberto Picco &0000000000010290.00000010,290 10th in Serie B

Personnel and kits

Team President Manager Kit manufacturer Sponsors
Ascoli Flag of Italy Giuliano Tosti Flag of Italy Vincenzo Vivarini Nike
Benevento Flag of Italy Oreste Vigorito Flag of Italy Cristian Bucchi FG Sport
Brescia Flag of Italy Massimo Cellino Flag of Honduras David Suazo (till 18 September 2018)
Flag of Italy Eugenio Corini (from 18 September 2018)
Acerbis
Carpi Flag of Italy Claudio Caliumi Flag of Italy Marcello Chezzi (till 18 September 2018)
Flag of Italy Fabrizio Castori (from 18 September 2018)
Givova
Cittadella Flag of Italy Andrea Gabrielli Flag of Italy Roberto Venturato Boxeur Des Rues
Cosenza Flag of Italy Eugenio Guarascio Flag of Italy Piero Braglia Legea
Cremonese Flag of Italy Paolo Rossi Flag of Italy Andrea Mandorlini (till 4 November 2018)

Flag of Italy Massimo Rastelli (from 5 November 2018)

Garman
Crotone Flag of Italy Gianni Vrenna Flag of Italy Giovanni Stroppa (till 29 October 2018)

Flag of Italy Ivan Moschella (caretaker, 29 October–1 November 2018)
Flag of Italy Massimo Oddo (1 November–28 December 2018)
Flag of Italy Giovanni Stroppa (from 28 December 2018)

Zeus
Foggia Flag of Italy Lucio Fares Flag of Italy Gianluca Grassadonia (till 11 December 2018)

Flag of Italy Gaetano Pavone (caretaker, 11–18 December 2018)
Flag of Italy Pasquale Padalino (18 December 2018–10 March 2019)
Flag of Italy Gianluca Grassadonia (from 11 March 2019)

Nike
Hellas Verona Flag of Italy Maurizio Setti Flag of Italy Fabio Grosso Macron
Lecce Flag of Italy Saverio Sticchi Damiani Flag of Italy Fabio Liverani M908 MOBY, Maffei
Livorno Flag of Italy Aldo Spinelli Flag of Italy Cristiano Lucarelli (till 6 November 2018)

Flag of Italy Roberto Breda (from 7 November 2018)

Legea
Padova Flag of Italy Roberto Bonetto Flag of Italy Pierpaolo Bisoli (till 6 November 2018)

Flag of Italy Claudio Foscarini (6 November–28 December 2018)
Flag of Italy Pierpaolo Bisoli (28 December 2018–18 March 2019)
Flag of Italy Matteo Centurioni (from 18 March 2019)

Kappa
Palermo England Clive Richardson (from 29 December 2018 until 4 February 2019)

Flag of Italy Rino Foschi (from 14 February 2019)

Flag of Italy Bruno Tedino (till 26 September 2018)
Flag of Italy Roberto Stellone (from 26 September 2018)
Legea Unieuro
Perugia Flag of Italy Massimiliano Santopadre Flag of Italy Alessandro Nesta FG Sport
Pescara Flag of Italy Daniele Sebastiani Flag of Italy Giuseppe Pillon Erreà
Salernitana Flag of Italy Marco Mezzaroma
Flag of Italy Claudio Lotito
Flag of Italy Stefano Colantuono (till 18 December 2018)
Flag of Italy Angelo Gregucci (from 20 December 2018)
Givova
Spezia Flag of Italy Andrea Corradino Flag of Italy Pasquale Marino Acerbis
Venezia Flag of the United States Joe Tacopina Flag of Italy Stefano Vecchi (till 11 October 2018)

Flag of Italy Walter Zenga (11 October 2018–5 March 2019)
Flag of Italy Serse Cosmi (from 5 March 2019)

Nike

Managerial changes

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Replaced by Date of appointment
Ascoli Flag of Italy Serse Cosmi Sacked Pre-season Flag of Italy Vincenzo Vivarini Pre-season
Benevento Flag of Italy Roberto De Zerbi End of contract Flag of Italy Christian Bucchi
Brescia Flag of Italy Ivo Pulga End of contract Flag of Honduras David Suazo
Carpi Flag of Italy Antonio Calabro End of contract Flag of Italy Marcello Chezzi
Crotone Flag of Italy Walter Zenga Mutual consent Flag of Italy Giovanni Stroppa
Foggia Flag of Italy Giovanni Stroppa Signed by Crotone Flag of Italy Gianluca Grassadonia
Livorno Flag of Italy Andrea Sottil Mutual consent Flag of Italy Cristiano Lucarelli
Palermo Flag of Italy Roberto Stellone Mutual consent Flag of Italy Bruno Tedino
Spezia Flag of Italy Fabio Gallo End of contract Flag of Italy Pasquale Marino
Hellas Verona Flag of Italy Fabio Pecchia End of contract Flag of Italy Fabio Grosso
Venezia Flag of Italy Filippo Inzaghi End of contract Flag of Italy Stefano Vecchi
Brescia Flag of Honduras David Suazo Sacked 18 September 2018 Flag of Italy Eugenio Corini 18 September 2018
Carpi Flag of Italy Marcello Chezzi Mutual consent 18 September 2018 Flag of Italy Fabrizio Castori 18 September 2018
Palermo Flag of Italy Bruno Tedino Sacked 26 September 2018 Flag of Italy Roberto Stellone 26 September 2018
Venezia Flag of Italy Stefano Vecchi Sacked 11 October 2018 Flag of Italy Walter Zenga 11 October 2018
Crotone Flag of Italy Giovanni Stroppa Sacked 29 October 2018 Flag of Italy Ivan Moschella (caretaker) 29 October 2018
Flag of Italy Ivan Moschella End of caretaker spell 1 November 2018 Flag of Italy Massimo Oddo 1 November 2018
Cremonese Flag of Italy Andrea Mandorlini Sacked 4 November 2018 Flag of Italy Massimo Rastelli 5 November 2018
Padova Flag of Italy Pierpaolo Bisoli Sacked 6 November 2018 Flag of Italy Claudio Foscarini 6 November 2018
Livorno Flag of Italy Cristiano Lucarelli Sacked 6 November 2018 Flag of Italy Roberto Breda 7 November 2018
Foggia Flag of Italy Gianluca Grassadonia Sacked 11 December 2018 Flag of Italy Gaetano Pavone (caretaker) 11 December 2018
Flag of Italy Gaetano Pavone End of caretaker spell 18 December 2018 Flag of Italy Pasquale Padalino 18 December 2018
Salernitana Flag of Italy Stefano Colantuono Resigned 18 December 2018 Flag of Italy Angelo Gregucci 20 December 2018
Crotone Flag of Italy Massimo Oddo Resigned 28 December 2018 Flag of Italy Giovanni Stroppa 28 December 2018
Padova Flag of Italy Claudio Foscarini Sacked 28 December 2018 Flag of Italy Pierpaolo Bisoli 28 December 2018
Venezia Flag of Italy Walter Zenga Sacked 5 March 2019 Flag of Italy Serse Cosmi 5 March 2019
Foggia Flag of Italy Pasquale Padalino Sacked 10 March 2019 Flag of Italy Gianluca Grassadonia 11 March 2019<
Padova Flag of Italy Pierpaolo Bisoli Sacked 18 March 2019 Flag of Italy Matteo Centurioni 18 March 2019
Palermo Flag of Italy Roberto Stellone Sacked 23 April 2019 Flag of Italy Delio Rossi 24 April 2019
Hellas Verona Flag of Italy Fabio Grosso Sacked 1 May 2019 Flag of Italy Alfredo Aglietti 1 May 2019

League table

Pos
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Brescia  (C) (P) 36 18 13 5 69 42+27 67 Promotion to Serie A
2 Lecce  (P) 36 19 9 8 66 45+21 66
3 Benevento 36 17 9 10 61 45+16 60 Qualification to promotion play-offs
4 Pescara 36 14 13 9 50 46+4 55
5 Hellas Verona  (P) (O) 36 13 13 10 49 46+3 52
6 Spezia 36 14 9 13 53 46+7 51
7 Cittadella 36 12 15 9 49 38+11 51
8 Perugia 36 14 8 14 49 490 50
9 Cremonese 36 12 13 11 37 33+4 49
10 Cosenza 36 11 13 12 34 42−8 46
11 Palermo 36 16 15 5 57 38+19 43
12 Crotone 36 11 10 15 40 42−2 43
13 Ascoli 36 10 13 13 40 56−16 43
14 Livorno 36 9 12 15 38 51−13 39
15 Venezia  (R) 36 8 14 14 38 46−8 38 Qualification to relegation play-out
16 Salernitana  (O) 36 10 8 18 41 57−16 38
17 Template:Fb team Foggia (R) 36 10 13 13 44 49−5 37 Relegation to Serie C
18 Template:Fb team Padova (R) 36 5 16 15 36 49−13 31
19 Carpi  (R) 36 7 8 21 39 67−28 29
Source: Lega Serie B
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference; 3rd number of goals scored.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round; (Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament

Promotion play-offs

Six teams contested the promotion playoffs depending on the point differential between the third and fourth-placed teams. It beginned with a preliminary one-legged round played at the home venue of the higher placed team, involving the teams placed fifth to eight. The two winning teams advanced to play the third and fourth-placed teams in the two-legged semifinals. Those winning teams advanced to the two-legged final where the winner is promoted to play in Serie A the following year. In the two-legged rounds, the higher seeded team plays the second game at home.

  Preliminary round     Semi-finals     Finals
                                   
        7 Cittadella 1 3 4  
  6 Spezia 1     3 Benevento 2 0 2    
  7 Cittadella 2         7 Cittadella 2 0 2
      5 Hellas Verona 0 3 3
        5 Hellas Verona 0 1 1    
  5 Hellas Verona (a.e.t.) 4     4 Pescara 0 0 0  
  8 Perugia 1  


Preliminary round

17 May 2019 Spezia 1–2 Cittadella La Spezia  
21:00 CEST (UTC+2) Maggiore Soccerball 52'
Da Cruz Yellow card 90+4'
Report Soccerball 22'66' Moncini
Yellow card 29' Siega
Yellow card 34' Panico
Yellow card 45+1' Branca
Stadium: Stadio Alberto Picco
Attendance: 7,442
Referee: Francesco Fourneau
18 May 2019 Hellas Verona 4–1 Perugia Verona  
21:00 CEST (UTC+2) Faraoni Yellow card 16'
Empereur Yellow card 27' Soccerball 101'
Di Carmine Soccerball 41'
Laribi Yellow card 99'
Pazzini Soccerball 118'120+1'
Report Yellow card 11' Dragomir
Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 34', 64' Kouan
Soccerball 89' (pen.) Vido
Yellow card 104' Verre
Yellow card 108' Rosi
Stadium: Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi
Attendance: 10,234
Referee: Ivano Pezzuto

Semi-finals

First leg

21 May 2019 Cittadella 1–2 Benevento Cittadella  
21:00 CEST (UTC+2) Proia Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 5', 50' Soccerball 10' Report Yellow card 60' Tello
Soccerball 76' Insigne
Yellow card 78' Buonaiuto
Soccerball 83' Coda
Red card 88' Armenteros
Stadium: Stadio Pier Cesare Tombolato
Attendance: 6,250
Referee: Davide Ghersini
22 May 2019 Hellas Verona 0–0 Pescara Verona  
21:00 CEST (UTC+2) Danzi Yellow card 90' Report Yellow card 14' Pinto
Yellow card 90+3' Bruno
Stadium: Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi
Attendance: 11,308
Referee: Livio Marinelli

Second leg

25 May 2019 Benevento 0–3
(2–4 agg.)
Cittadella Benevento  
21:00 CEST (UTC+2) Insigne Yellow card 62'
Caldirola Yellow card 90+1'
Report Yellow card 12' Adorni
Soccerball 36' Yellow card 62' Diaw
Yellow card 38' Soccerball 44' Panico
Soccerball 54' Moncini
Yellow card 58' Branca
Yellow card 61' Paleari
Stadium: Stadio Ciro Vigorito
Attendance: 10,669
Referee: Juan Luca Sacchi
26 May 2019 Pescara 0–1
(0–1 agg.)
Hellas Verona Pescara  
21:00 CEST (UTC+2) Perrotta Yellow card 71'
Scognamiglio Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 73', 90+2'
Del Grosso Yellow card 84'
Report Yellow card 27' Colombatto
Yellow card 55' Henderson
Soccerball 74' (pen.) Yellow card 90+4' Di Carmine
Stadium: Stadio Adriatico
Attendance: 11,165
Referee: Eugenio Abbattista

Finals

First leg

30 May 2019 Cittadella 2–0 Hellas Verona Cittadella  
21:00 CEST (UTC+2) Diaw Soccerball 6'80' Report Yellow card 63' Vitale
Yellow card 67' Colombatto
Stadium: Stadio Pier Cesare Tombolato
Attendance: 7,623
Referee: Antonio Giua

Second leg

2 June 2019 Hellas Verona 3–0
(3–2 agg.)
Cittadella Verona  
21:15 CEST (UTC+2) Vitale Yellow card 9'
Di Carmine Yellow card 12'
Zaccagni Soccerball 27'
Bianchetti Yellow card 48'
Di Carmine Soccerball 69'
Laribi Soccerball 83'
Munari Yellow card 90+2'
Report Yellow card 10' Siega
Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 24', 62' Parodi
Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 60', 78' Proia
Stadium: Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi
Attendance: 25,248
Referee: Marco Piccinini

Relegation play-out

The relegation play-out was originally scheduled to be played between the 15th and the 16th placed teams in the table — Venezia and Salernitana. However, following the relegation of Palermo to the bottom of the table due to administrative offense (financial irregularities), the Lega B announced no relegation play-off would be held, thus effectively relegating Foggia directly.

However, on May 23, 2019, the Regional Administrative Tribunal (TAR) of Lazio declared void the procedure followed by the Lega B, provisionally reintroducing the play-out, this time between Salernitana (15th) and Foggia (16th), in accordance with the new standings after Palermo were subsequently placed at the bottom of the league table due to financial irregularities. The decision was upheld by the Guarantee College of Sports (Collegio di garanzia dello sport) on May 27.

Finally, on May 29, the Court of Appeal of the Italian Football Federation (Corte d'Appello della FIGC) annulled the relegation of Palermo, which were sanctioned with 20 points of penalization instead, and hence changed the composition of the matches, causing the immediate relegation of Foggia, and the re-admission to the play-out of Venezia. Nevertheless, the players of both teams threatened to boycott the challenge, regarding it as late in the calendar (25 days after the last match), problematic for holidays and recesses of players, and conflicting with the FIFA International Calendar and a resolution of Lega B, according to which Serie B matches cannot be held during the national team period (June 3–11).

Matches

Higher-placed team plays at home for second leg. If tied on aggregate, extra time and eventually penalty shoot-out are played because both teams ended up with same points in table. Losers are relegated.

Team #1   Agg.   Team #2   1st leg     2nd leg  
Salernitana Venezia 2–1

First leg

5 June 2019 Salernitana 2-1 Venezia Salerno  
20:45 CEST (UTC+2) Đurić Soccerball 14'
Jallow Soccerball 25'
Orlando Yellow card 65'
Odjer Yellow card 90+4'
Report Yellow card 52' Lombardi
Yellow card 56' Bruscagin
Soccerball 90+1' Zigoni
Stadium: Stadio Arechi
Attendance: Aleandro Di Paolo
Referee: 12,722

Second leg

9 June 2019 Venezia v Salernitana Venice  
18:00 CEST (UTC+2) Stadium: Stadio Pierluigi Penzo
Referee: Gianluca Aureliano

Season statistics

Top goalscorers

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Flag of Italy Alfredo Donnarumma Brescia 25
2 Flag of Italy Massimo Coda1 Benevento 22
3 Flag of Italy Leonardo Mancuso Pescara 19
4 Flag of Italy Andrea La Mantia Lecce 17
5 Flag of Italy Gabriele Moncini3 Cittadella 15
6 Flag of Macedonia Ilija Nestorovski Palermo 14
Flag of Nigeria 001 Simeon Nwankwo Crotone
8 Flag of Italy Marco Mancosu Lecce 13
9 Flag of Italy Giampaolo Pazzini2 Hellas Verona 12
Flag of Italy Ernesto Torregrossa Brescia
Flag of Italy Valerio Verre Perugia
Note

1Player scored 1 goal in the play-offs.
2Player scored 2 goals in the play-offs.
3Player scored 3 goals in the play-offs.
Last updated: 5 June 2019

Top assists

Rank Player Club Assists
1 Flag of Albania Ledian Memushaj Pescara 10
Flag of Nigeria 001 David Okereke Spezia
3 Flag of Macedonia Aleksandar Trajkovski Palermo 9
4 Flag of Uruguay Jaime Báez Cosenza 8
Switzerland Nicolas Haas Palermo
Flag of Italy Ernesto Torregrossa Brescia
7 Flag of Italy Alessandro Diamanti Livorno 7
Flag of Italy Alfredo Donnarumma Brescia
Flag of Italy Filippo Falco Lecce
Flag of Italy Roberto Insigne1 Benevento
Flag of Italy Manuel Marras Pescara
Flag of Italy Luca Mora Spezia
Flag of Serbia Nikola Ninković Ascoli
Note

1Player made 1 assist in the play-offs.
Last updated: 5 June 2019

Hat-tricks

Player Club Against Result Date
Flag of Italy Giampaolo Pazzini Hellas Verona Carpi 4–1 (H) 16 September 2018
Flag of Italy Alfredo Donnarumma Brescia Padova 4–1 (H) 7 October 2018
Flag of Italy Mattia Finotto Cittadella Venezia 3-2 (H) 11 November 2018
Flag of Italy Alfredo Donnarumma Brescia Salernitana 3-1 (A) 10 December 2018
Flag of Italy Giampaolo Pazzini Hellas Verona Cittadella 4-0 (H) 27 December 2018
Flag of Italy Leonardo Mancuso Pescara Salernitana 4-2 (A) 30 December 2018
Flag of Italy Alfredo Donnarumma Brescia Spezia 4-4 (H) 27 January 2019
Flag of Italy Gabriele Moncini Cittadella Lecce 4-1 (H) 23 February 2019
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Milan Đurić Salernitana Cittadella 4-2 (H) 13 April 2019
Flag of Italy Massimo Coda Benevento Hellas Verona 3-0 (A) 22 April 2019
Flag of Italy Gianmarco Zigoni Venezia Carpi 3-2 (A) 11 May 2019
Note

(H) – Home (A) – Away

Last updated: 5 June 2019

Clean sheets

Rank Player Club Clean
sheets
Weeks
1 Flag of Italy Alberto Paleari2 Cittadella 14 1-3, 9, 11, 13, 15, 20, 27, 32, 36-37
2 Flag of Italy Pietro Perina Cosenza 12 13, 16-18, 20, 22, 24-26, 32-34
3 Flag of Italy Alex Cordaz Crotone 10 3, 20-21, 26-28, 31, 33, 36, 38
Flag of Italy Vincenzo Fiorillo1 Pescara 4, 18, 20-21, 24-25, 27, 34, 38
Flag of Italy Mauro Vigorito Lecce 5, 7, 10, 13-15, 28, 22, 30, 35
6 Flag of Italy Alessandro Micai Salernitana 9 1, 3, 6-7, 12, 17-18, 22, 26
7 Brazil Gabriel Perugia 8 2, 7, 15, 18, 21, 24, 29, 36
Flag of Italy Eugenio Lamanna Spezia 9, 13, 15, 18, 22-23, 26, 37
Flag of Italy Lorenzo Montipò Benevento 14, 16-18, 22-24, 34
Flag of Italy Marco Silvestri3 Hellas Verona 15, 17-18, 25, 27

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