Eccellenza Veneto

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Eccellenza Veneto
Organising body Lega Nazionale Dilettanti
Founded1991
CountryItaly
Confederation UEFA
Divisions2
Number of teams32
Promotion to Serie D
Relegation to Promozione Veneto
League cup(s) Coppa Italia Dilettanti
Current championsSona (Group A)
San Giorgio Sedico (Group B)
(2019–20)
Most championships Luparense, Adriese, Villafranca Veronese (2 titles each)
Website http://www.lnd.it

Eccellenza Veneto is the regional Eccellenza football division for clubs in Veneto, Italy. It is competed amongst 32 teams, in two different groups (A and B). The winners of the Groups are promoted to Serie D. The club who finishes second also have the chance to gain promotion, they are entered into a national play-off which consists of two rounds.

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Champions

Here are the past champions of the Veneto Eccellenza, organised into their respective group. [1]

Group A

Group B

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References

  1. Archivo Calcio
  2. Lonigo promoted to Serie D instead
  3. not promoted
  4. Luparense promoted to Serie D instead