Football packages to Serie A

Football-packages Serie A

The English Premier League, often referred to as the EPL, is recognised around the world as the best league in the world. Players from across the globe dream to play at famous grounds such as Old Trafford, St James Park, Stamford Bridge, The Emirates Stadium and Anfield, amongst others. In recent years, some of the world’s most expensive players have enthralled Premier League crowds across the country and have been watched by millions across the world. In fact, the Premier League is so popular around the globe it is broadcast in 212 countries giving EPL games a potential television audience of 4.7 billion people. That worldwide television revenue alone generates £billions each year and is distributed amongst the clubs depending on their final standing the previous year. For this reason, promotion to the English Premier League is highly prized and fiercely fought over in the English Championship.

Contested by 20 clubs, the English Premier League operates a system of promotion and relegation similar to the main football leagues worldwide. As well as English teams those clubs from wales who play in the English Football League can also qualify to enter the EPL; recent examples include Cardiff City and Swansea City Football Clubs.


Currently, the top four teams in the league qualify to enter the UEFA Champions League with the first three entering the group stage directly and the team in fourth place must enter a play off in order to win a place in the group stages.

The English Premier League season runs from August to May and each team plays the other clubs twice, both home and away giving a 38 game season. So popular has the league become that in the 2010-11 season the English Premier League reached new heights with stadium occupancy reaching an average of 92% with the typical attendance at games being 35,363. The leagues success has continued to grow year on year and, in fact, based upon the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) coefficients the EPL continues to be ranked second amongst the leading European competitions and has been for the past five years.

Since its inception in 1992, the dominant team in the English Premier League has been Manchester United who have won an amazing 13 EPL titles in 23 years. United’s nearest rivals Chelsea have won the league 4 times with Arsenal trailing with 3 titles. The only former EPL champions who do not currently compete in the EPL are 1995 winners Blackburn Rovers.


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Tickets and hotel packages to Serie A

Tickets to Serie A games can be booked at individual clubs websites or other brokers. However, like many European football leagues, clubs season ticket holders often get allocated tickets a week in advance of the general public, so if you are planning on being a regular visitor to a particular club maybe a season ticket is the way forward.

Italy has a thriving tourist industry and subsequently has excellent road and rail links across the country. This gives the avid football fan plenty of opportunity to visit all the leagues impressive clubs home and away. As with other major European footballing nations Serie A has a wide range of international airports that can transport the international football fan to watch the Scudetto live.

Teams in the south, such as Napoli, can be reached via Naples-Capodichino Airport whilst in the west of the country Fiumicino "Leonardo da Vinci" Airport can ferry international visitors to leading Serie A teams such as Roma and Lazio. In the north of the country, Milan-Malpensa Airport can bring you the footballing delights of watching Serie A royalty at the Juventus Stadium, or perhaps to the San Siro to watch AC Milan play or maybe your loyalty is across the city at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium to support Internazionale.


Football in Italy was based around regional groups and leagues from 1898 to 1922, however, this all changed when, in 1929, a new professional football league was born. The league has remained largely unchanged since then and winning clubs were consigned the Coppa Campioni d'Italia which was held at the leagues head office. However, from 2004 onwards the trophy was awarded to the winning club on the pitch in front of the fans as is common with other European league titles.

In 2009, Serie A became independent of the Italian football league and clubs were able to negotiate their own television rights collectively, this substantially boosted the clubs annual income. This new found financial muscle meant Serie A teams could compete with the very best European footballing leagues to attract the world’s very best players.

During the leagues 86 year history Juventus have been the most successful club amassing an astonishing 31 championship titles and if that was not impressive enough they have also been runner up on 21 occasion. As such, Juventus have been in the top two of the Italian football league in 52 of the leagues 86 year history, quite an impressive feet for any professional sports club.