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Serie C
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 1966
No. of teams 6 (Interregionale)
8 (CCM-Cup)
Country(ies) Flag of Italy.svg Italy
Most recent champion(s) Real Torino

The Serie C serves as the third level of ice hockey in Italy. It was first contested in 1966. It was initially called the Promozione.

Between 2005 and 2011, the Serie C was divided into two separate leagues, the Serie C Nationale and the Serie C Interregionale. The Interregionale became the Serie D for the 2011-12 season, leaving just one Serie C league remaining.

The third-tier Italian league was renamed the Serie B for the 2013-14 season. It again assumed the name of Serie C in 2014-15. The Interrigonale again became part of the league and was contested along with the CCM-Cup. The competitions are conducted on a regional basis.

ChampionsEdit

  • 1966 - CS Auronzo di Cadore
  • 1967 - US Latemar Cavalese
  • 1968 - HC Asiago
  • 1969 - HC Alleghe
  • 1970 - SC Merano
  • 1971 - SV Ritten Renon
  • 1972 - HC Canazei Boario
  • 1973 - SV Gries Bolzano
  • 1974 - IC Sestriere
  • 1975 - HC Selva Wolkenstein
  • 1976 - HC Merano
  • 1977 - HT Camporovere
  • 1978 - HC Rencio Bolzano
  • 1979 - G.E.A.S. Hockey Sesto San Giovanni
  • 1980 - HC Settequerce
  • 1981 - Caldaro
  • 1982 - Appiano (Landesliga)
  • 1983 - Appiano
  • 1984 - SV Ritten Renon
  • 1985 - Appiano
  • 1986 - ?
  • 1987 - Appiano e Chiavenna (Group A)
  • 1988 - Chiavenna
  • 1989 - ?
  • 1990 - Dobbiaco
  • 1991 - Pergine
  • 1992 - ?
  • 1993 - Catinaccio
  • 1994 - Catinaccio
  • 1995 - Cencenighe
  • 1996 - Pergine
  • 1997 - Jugendclub BZ
  • 1998 - SC Renon
  • 1999 - Landropper
  • 2000 - Pergine, Chiavenna (Group A)
  • 2001 - Chiavenna
  • 2002 - Mastini Varese (Serie C), Real Turin (Serie C3; Piemont - Val d'Aoste Amateur Championship)
  • 2003 - Stilves and Bormio (final not played)
  • 2004 - SC Auer/Ora (East), Como (West)
  • 2005 - Nationale: Amatori Agordino - Interregionale: national final not contested: Chiavenna (Group A), Alta Badia (Group B), Roma (Group C)
  • 2006 - Nationale: Vipers Milano II - Interregionale: Les Aigles du Mont Blanc (C1), Wizards Bologna (C2)
  • 2007 - Nationale: Amatori Alleghe - Interregionale: Chiavenna (C1), CUS Milan (C2)
  • 2008 - Nationale: Amatori Alleghe - Interregionale: Chiavenna
  • 2009 - Nationale: Dobbiaco (Division 1), Merano (Division 2) - Interregionale: Falchi Boscochiesanuova
  • 2010 - Nationale: EV Bozen 84 - Interregionale: Amatori Asiago
  • 2011 - Nationale: Dobbiaco - Interregionale: Aosta Gladiators
  • 2012 - SC Auer/Ora
  • 2013 - SC Auer/Ora
  • 2014 - Alleghe
  • 2015 - Interregionale: Glasiators Aosta - CCM-Cup: Naturno Cannibals
  • 2016 - Real Torino - CCM-Cup: Naturno Cannibals

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