|Number of teams||69|
|Current champions||Juventus (1st title)|
|Most successful club(s)|| Torres |
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The list of finals:
|1972||Falchi Crescentinese||4–1||Lazio Lubiam|
|1973||Falchi Astro||2–1||Lazio Lubiam|
|1974||Gamma 3 Padova||0–0 aet (6–5 pen.)||Lazio Lubiam|
|1977||Lazio 1975 Lubiam||1–1 aet (4–3 pen.)||G.B.C. Milan|
|1978||Conegliano||4–1||Lazio 1975 Lubiam|
|1979||Conegliano||1–0||Lazio 1975 Lubiam|
|1980||Gorgonzola||1–0||Alaska Gelati Lecce|
|1981||Alaska Gelati Lecce||2–0||Verona|
|1982||Alaska Gelati Lecce||4–0||Giolli Gelati Roma|
|1983||Marmi Trani 80||1–1 aet (6–5 pen.)||Tigullio 72|
|1985||R.O.I. Lazio||1–0||Sanitas Trani 80|
|1987–88||Modena Euromobil||2–1||Trani 80 B.K.V.|
|1988–89||G.B. Campania||2–2 aet (6–5 pen.)||Reggiana Zambelli|
|1989–90||G.B. Campania||2–1||Milan 82|
|1990–91||Woman Sassari||0–0 aet (5–4 pen.)||Fiammamonza|
|1993–94||G.E.A.S. Sesto San Giovanni||0–0 aet (4-2 pen.)||Agliana Imbalpaper|
|1994–95||Torres Fo.S.||1–1 home|
|2001–02||Foroni Verona||1–0||Ruco Line Lazio|
|2003–04||Torres Terra Sarda||6–0||Foroni Verona|
|2004–05||Torres Terra Sarda||2–0||Vigor Senigallia|
|2005–06||Bardolino Verona||4–1||Aircargo Agliana|
|2006–07||Bardolino Verona||3–1 home|
1–3 away aet (2-3 pen.)
|2008–09||Bardolino Verona||2–0||Eurospin Torres|
|2009–10||Reggiana||1–1 aet (6–5 pen.)||Torres|
|2011–12||Brescia||3–2 ( a.e.t. )||Napoli|
|2012–13||Graphistudio Tavagnacco||2–0||Bardolino Verona|
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