Which team will win the 2018/19 Serie A title?
It was a day for all football fans to take in the spectacle of the Italian capital.
The Serie A was the first division of European football, the fourth in Europe, and the first to have a single-elimination tournament for the top four spots in the championship.
It was also the first ever to feature a total of 14 clubs in the competition.
Juventus won the title by beating Lazio 3-0 in the quarter-finals, and Roma were crowned champions on Wednesday, beating Napoli 2-0.
Here are the top six teams in terms of points and points scored.
Juventus – 13 Juventus were crowned the champions on the final day of the tournament, but they have only just started the process of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.
In the league they have seven points, seven ahead of Lazio and eight behind them.
They will need to win four of their next five matches to secure a place in the Champions League, where they will be joined by Real Madrid, Barcelona and Inter Milan.
Lazio – 12 Lazio, who have been relegated from Serie A for the past four seasons, have also been relegated, and have a very weak squad.
The Nerazzurri have six points, and will need three more wins to be in the Europa League places, although they would have a better chance of doing so if they win their remaining four matches.
Napoli – 11 Napoli, who finished sixth in Serie A last season, will be aiming for the same honour this season.
They have only been relegated once before and have won just one of their last 11 matches, but coach Giovanni Savarese is determined to turn things around this season, and he has given the players the task of creating more chances.
He has a strong squad, but it will be important to improve the quality of his play in order to qualify for next year’s Champions Leagues.
Roma – 10 The Rossoneri have been the second-worst team in the league, but there are no guarantees they will get out of this competition without a few changes.
They are without any first-choice strikers and will be without the services of midfielder Paulo Dybala, who joined Lazio from Roma last summer.
The only hope is that Lazio will find a way to get Dybali fit for the final round of fixtures.
Inter Milan – 9 The Rossetti have had some of the best results in Italy’s top division this season and will hope to repeat their success against Napoli.
Inter’s only hope lies in the form of forward Roberto Pereyra, who has scored three goals and assisted on four of his nine Serie A goals this season in the final two matches of the season.