1955–56 Serie A

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1955–56 Fiorentina team
Season1955–56
Champions Fiorentina
1st title
Relegated Novara
Pro Patria
European Cup Fiorentina
Matches played306
Goals scored838 (2.74 per match)
Top goalscorer Gino Pivatelli
(29 goals)
1956–57

The 1955–56 Serie A season was won by Fiorentina.

Contents

Teams

Vicenza and Padova had been promoted from Serie B.

Final classification

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Fiorentina (C)34201315920+3953 1956–57 European Cup
2 Milan 3416997048+2241
3 Internazionale 34167115736+2139
3 Lazio 34141195446+839
5 Bologna 34157126852+1637
6 Roma 341113104340+335
6 Sampdoria 341211115154335
8 Padova 34146144143234
9 SPAL 341013114039+133
9 Genoa 34129135052233
9 Torino 34129134345233
9 Juventus 3481793237533
9 Vicenza 341013113140933
14 Napoli 341012124649332
15 Atalanta 34119145055531
16 Triestina 3410101427441730
17 Novara (R)34810164551626 1956–57 Serie B
18 Pro Patria (R)34392231875615
Source: [ citation needed ]
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

Results

Home \ Away ATA BOL FIO GEN INT JUV LRV LAZ MIL NAP NOV PAD PPA ROM SAM SPA TOR TRI
Atalanta 1–00–02–21–11–13–01–14–31–22–10–24–11–14–14–31–22–0
Bologna 1–00–24–12–30–11–10–22–13–13–23–16–11–05–22–26–13–1
Fiorentina 4–10–03–10–02–02–04–13–00–04–21–04–12–00–00–02–01–0
Genoa 2–12–13–14–30–02–23–33–13–12–00–03–03–3 2–1 1–13–11–0
Internazionale 1–20–31–33–0 0–2 1–02–3 2–1 3–02–00–14–01–17–13–11–00–0
Juventus 2–12–20–41–0 1–0 0–01–00–00–12–23–03–10–02–22–2 0–2 0–1
Vicenza 1–02–31–12–10–23–20–11–30–00–00–01–12–00–02–01–01–1
Lazio 2–22–22–22–02–22–01–32–31–12–03–12–0 1–0 1–23–00–11–1
Milan 4–13–00–23–2 1–2 3–10–01–30–04–24–13–34–16–12–03–11–0
Napoli 0–33–32–42–10–21–10–01–22–00–21–08–1 1–1 3–12–22–23–2
Novara 2–12–01–11–22–20–02–06–23–41–03–02–12–21–21–11–20–1
Padova 5–13–10–12–11–01–13–11–21–51–12–12–12–01–30–02–04–0
Pro Patria 2–02–22–21–00–42–20–11–21–10–00–00–23–52–01–21–11–4
Roma 3–22–01–12–01–01–14–1 0–0 0–0 2–1 2–11–11–01–21–12–14–1
Sampdoria 4–02–50–0 0–0 3–22–01–31–12–23–01–10–17–01–03–10–01–0
SPAL 0–02–10–11–00–10–05–01–00–01–22–02–02–11–01–11–24–0
Torino 1–31–00–12–20–2 0–0 0–02–21–11–42–12–06–02–12–10–05–0
Triestina 0–01–31–12–00–01–10–21–01–32–10–01–01–00–00–03–11–0
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio - La Storia 1898-2004, Panini Edizioni, Modena, September 2005 ‹See Tfd› (in Italian)
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Top goalscorers

RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Italy.svg Gino Pivatelli Bologna 29
2 Flag of Sweden.svg Gunnar Nordahl Milan 23
3 Flag of Italy.svg Giuseppe Virgili Fiorentina 20
4 Flag of Italy.svg Adriano Bassetto Atalanta 18
5 Flag of Italy.svg Eddie Firmani Sampdoria 17
6 Flag of Brazil.svg Luís Vinício Napoli 16
Flag of Uruguay.svg Flag of Italy.svg Juan Alberto Schiaffino Milan
8 Flag of Italy.svg Attilio Frizzi Genoa 14
9 Flag of Argentina.svg Flag of Italy.svg Miguel Montuori Fiorentina 13
Flag of Italy.svg Mario Tortul Sampdoria
11 Flag of Brazil.svg Flag of Italy.svg Dino da Costa Roma 12
Flag of Italy.svg Lorenzo Bettini Lazio
Flag of Italy.svg Amedeo Bonistalli Padova
14 Flag of Sweden.svg Lennart Skoglund Internazionale 11
Flag of Italy.svg Riccardo Carapellese Genoa
Flag of Italy.svg Giorgio Dal Monte Milan
Flag of Italy.svg Ezio Pascutti Bologna

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