Lega A Italy | 2024 Basketball League Rankings

Lega A 2023/2024 Regular Season

Games PlayedWonLost%Points ForPoints AgainstPointsRecent Form
1Brescia
26
19
7
0.73
2280
2027
0
EEEEE
2Virtus Bologna
26
18
8
0.69
2300
2009
0
EEEEE
3Olimpia Milano
26
18
8
0.69
2066
1920
0
EEEEE
4Venezia
26
17
9
0.65
2142
2025
0
EEEEE
5Reggiana
26
14
12
0.54
2105
2088
0
EEEEE
6Pistoia
26
14
12
0.54
2077
2153
0
EEEEE
7Trento
27
14
13
0.52
2254
2251
0
EEEEE
8Tortona
27
13
14
0.48
2166
2131
0
EEEEE
9Basket Napoli
26
12
14
0.46
2230
2251
0
EEEEE
10Sassari
26
12
14
0.46
2033
2145
0
EEEEE
11Cremona
26
11
15
0.42
2079
2055
0
EEEEE
12Scafati
26
11
15
0.42
2136
2236
0
EEEEE
13Varese
26
10
16
0.38
2225
2334
0
EEEEE
14Treviso
26
10
16
0.38
2080
2194
0
EEEEE
15Pesaro
26
8
18
0.31
2082
2273
0
EEEEE
16Brindisi
26
8
18
0.31
1954
2117
0
EEEEE

Lega A Italy

The Serie A is the highest tier of the Italian basketball league system, organised since 1920. It is run by the Lega Basket A and regulated by the Federazione Italiana Pallacanestro. There are currently eighteen teams in Serie A. Its top-tier competitions include the Serie A and the Superleague. Read on to find out more. This article describes the league’s structure.

The Northern League is the most extreme right-wing political party in Italy. It was founded in 1991 by Umberto Bossi. It was led by Roberto Maroni until 2013, when Salvini became its leader and heightened anti-immigrant sentiment. In 2014, the Northern League formed a coalition with the Five Star Movement, led by comedian Beppe Grillo, and the Democratic Party. Both parties support the same policies and are in a coalition with the League.

Lega’s radical-right message propelled it to the forefront of the right-wing alliance. In just one election, it went from 4% to 18% of the vote, surpassing Silvio Berlusconi’s party in the process. The coalition with the Five Star Movement, a populist party led by comedian Beppe Grillo, is an example of how the party has gained ground in Italy. However, the Five Star message is much more nationalistic than Lega’s, making them an unlikely candidate for government.

The Lega is a junior partner in the Five Star alliance and has fewer seats in parliament. Founder Giovanni Di Maio has stepped aside from electoral politics, and delegates the running of the party to Salvini, a politician with five years of experience. The party’s popularity is based on a strong reputation for social reforms. It is worth noting that Lega has a much lower profile than the Five Star coalition.