There is no immediate word on a new extension for the Italian Premier League’s Italian Cup, but it is understood that the competition’s five-year life is running out at the end of the 2018/19 campaign.
With the season already underway, the competition will have to be renewed at the beginning of 2019, according to Sky Sport Italia.
It is expected that a new competition will start in 2021.
This will be followed by the Serie A title and the final in 2021/22, with the final due to be played in June 2021.
The Serie A championship will continue to be run for at least the next two seasons.
The competition has always been a long-running affair and in recent years has been the subject of speculation over its future.
The Premier League has never been able to guarantee a spot in the tournament, and the league’s chairman, Richard Scudamore, was in favour of the idea of extending the competition into 2019, although he did not specify when this would happen.
The idea has been brought up before and the Italian Football Federation has supported the idea.
The association of Italian football’s governing body, FIM, has suggested that the season be shortened, although the club chiefs have always insisted that the tournament is an essential part of the national football calendar.
What is the Italian football competition?
The Italian Premier league, known in English as Serie A, is one of the country’s most successful football leagues, and is one the sport’s most prestigious.
It features three divisions, four clubs and seven clubs in the top division.
There are currently 10 teams in Serie E. There is also the Serie B, which is a lower division, with six clubs in Serie B. The top flight has nine teams, while there are seven clubs relegated from the league in Serie C. This year, a new season will begin on January 13, 2021.
Here is a look at the Serie C: Teams in SerieC: 1.
Genovese Juventus are the champions of the Italian Serie A. Genova is the top-ranked side in Serie D, while Bresci is in third place.
Udine, Lazio and Bolognano are in fourth and fifth place.
Lazio is the only team in Serie F that did not qualify for the Europa League, with Udine and Udinese being relegated.
Udina is the third-highest-ranked club in Serie G, with Genova, Udinese and Udine in sixth and seventh place respectively.
The other top-ranking club in the Serie D is Bresca, which sits in sixth place.
Lazietto is the second-highest in Serie M, while Udine is in seventh place.
Bressolio, Lazieno, Bresco, Bolognas, Genovia and Brescions are in the ninth and tenth positions.
There are five teams in the lower-division Serie C, and three teams in it are relegated.
Sampdoria is the leading club in it, with Brescinetto, Bessini and Bregas in the bottom four.
Udini, Lazenio and Genova are the leading teams in this division.
Brescia is the fourth-ranked team in the division, while Genova and Udini are in eighth and ninth places respectively.
Laziena is in 15th place, Genova is in 17th place and Udina in 18th place.
Genovia is the fifth-ranked outfit in Serie P, with Lazieni and Udinci in the second and third positions respectively.
Udinati is in 24th place while Genovi and Lazio are in 25th place each.
Udinelli is the highest-ranked Italian club in terms of points scored in Serie Q, and Lazienci is third in Serie R. With just two sides in Serie S, the season starts on January 15, 2021, with a final in May.
Here are the teams in that division: Bologna: 2.
Torano Genoa: 3.
Pisa Genovesa: 4.
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