|Poland vs Portugal||Wales vs Belgium||Germany vs Italy||France vs Iceland|
|Quarterfinal 1 - Jun 30 3pm||Quarterfinal 2 - Jul 1 3pm||Quarterfinal 3 - Jun 2 3pm||Quarterfinal 4 - Jul 3 3pm|
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Sassuolo and Hellas Verona won automatic promotion to Italian Serie A last season after finishing first and second respectively. The third place was up for grabs. Livorno, Brescia, Empoli and Novara played the qualifying semis and in the two-legged final, Livorno had enough grit about them to beat Empoli 2-1 and gain a place in Italian football’s elite.
Next season, Italy will have only three representatives in the UEFA Champions League. Juventus have an automatic place in the group stages after retaining the Scudetto last season while the other automatic spot went to Napoli. The third and final spot was decided on the last day of the season.
Despite Fiorentina playing very well throughout the campaign, it was AC Milan who pipped La Viola to the final Champions League spot. However, Milan will have to play a qualification playoff in order to make it to the group stages.
After losing out on a place in the Champions League qualification spot on the last day of the last season, Fiorentina will play in the Europa League where they will have to feature in a playoff round in order to make it to the group stages. Udinese meanwhile, finished fifth and will have to play in the third qualifying round for passage to the group phases. After winning the Coppa Italia, Lazio have been given an automatic place in the Europa League group stage for next season.
Last season, Lazio got the better of capital rivals Roma in the Derby della Capitale, which was the first of its kind in the Coppa Italia finale. A solitary goal in the 71st minute by Senad Lulic gave Lazio the bragging rights for the time being and a trophy to show for their efforts. The game would also be remembered for the fact that Gangnam Style star, PSY gave a pregame performance at the Stadio Olimpico in front of 70,000 people.
- Coppa Italia champions: Lazio - From Roma, Italy.
- Italian Serie A champions: Juventus - From Turin, Italy.
Managerial changes is a trend that happens way too often in Serie A. This summer, three big Serie A sides underwent managerial changes. Also, Genoa and Chievo will have new tacticians down the touchline for next season.
- Napoli: Walter Mazzarri (resigned on May 19, 2013), replaced by Rafael Benitez on May 27, 2013.
- Internazionale: Andrea Stramaccioni (sacked on May 24, 2013), replaced by Walter Mazzarri on May 24, 2013.
- AS Roma: Aurelio Andreazzoli (end of caretaker spell, June 12, 2013), replaced by Rudi Garcia on June 12, 2013.
- Chievo: Eugenio Corini (departure by mutual consent), replaced by Fabio Sannino on July 1, 2012.
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