Above is the full table for the 2018/19 Italian Serie A. This campaign represents Cristiano Ronaldo’s debut in Italy’s top-flight league, following his major transfer from Real Madrid to Juventus in July 2018. The Bianconeri entered the season as league champions.
What are the start and end dates of the 2018/19 Serie A?
2018/19 Matchday 1 kick-off: 18 August 2018
2018/18 Matchday 38 conclusion: 26 May 2019
A total of 380 matches are set to be played in the absence of Crotone, Hellas Verona, and Benevento who all suffered relegation to the Serie B last season. They were replaced by Empoli, Parma, and Frosinone.
Who qualifies for the 2019/2020 UEFA Champions League?
The top 4 teams gain automatic qualification to the group stages of next season’s UCL campaign. The fifth-placed team gains an automatic Europa League group stage qualification whilst the sixth place team gets a chance to compete in the Europa League second qualifying round.
Bookmark this 2018/19 Italian Serie A table page and check back week in, week out for an updated version of Juventus’ position in the latest league standings.