|Date||R||Home vs Away||-|
|06/15 15:00||1||Recanatese vs Giugliano||3-2|
|06/11 14:00||1||Atletico Uri vs Insieme Formia||0-0|
|06/11 14:00||2|| Novara vs Recanatese ||0-1|
|06/11 13:00||2||Sangiuliano City Nova vs Giugliano||1-2|
|06/08 18:30||1||Torres vs Afragolese 1944||2-1|
|06/05 15:30||3|| Gelbison vs Giugliano ||0-1|
|06/05 14:00||2||Torres vs Arzachena||2-1|
|06/05 14:00||2||Team Nuova Florida vs Afragolese 1944||3-5|
|06/02 13:30||667||Insieme Formia vs Carbonia||2-1|
|06/01 15:00||2|| Audace Cerignola vs Gelbison ||1-0|
|05/29 15:00||1||Giugliano vs Audace Cerignola||3-1|
|05/29 14:00||14||USD Lavello vs Rotonda||4-2|
The Serie D (Italian pronunciation: [ˈsɛːrje ˈdi]) is the top level of the Italian non-professional football association called Lega Nazionale Dilettanti. The association represents over 12,000 football players and 400 football teams across Italy. Serie D ranks just below Serie C (the third and last professional league since 2014–15), and is thus considered the fourth-ranked league in the country. It is organized by the Roman Comitato Interregionale (Interregional Committee), a "league in the league" inside the LND.
In 1948 the three leagues running Division 3 (Serie C) had to be reorganized due to an ever-growing number of regional teams. FIGC decided not to relegate the excess teams to regional championships. It chose the winners and a few runners-up from the 36 Serie C championships to be added to the new third division set up into 4 groups. The rest of the teams joined the new Promozione, which changed its name in 1952 into IV Serie (Fourth Division) and then in 1959 into Serie D.
From 1959 each player in the Serie D championships had to opt for semi-professional status, by signing a specially issued status attribution form. The championship was thus included in the Lega Nazionale Semiprofessionisti, today known as Lega Pro. Serie D was re-organized in 1981 when championships were reduced. The league name changed into the Interregional. Players lost semi-pro status and converted to amateurs. The championship subsequently passed into the Lega Nazionale Dilettanti. From 1992 to 1999 the name changed into Campionato Nazionale Dilettanti before eventually returning to the current Serie D name. With the merger of the Lega Pro's two divisions at the end of the 2013–14 season (as decided by the FIGC and Lega Pro in November 2012) to reestablish Serie C, Serie D and the leagues below it moved up by one level in the pyramid system, reducing the number of leagues in Italian football to nine.