Italian Super Cup 2025: after Inter, Juventus also qualifies. And it’s closer for Milan too, here’s why|Serie A

Italian Super Cup 2025: after Inter, Juventus also qualifies. And it’s closer for Milan too, here’s why|Serie A
Italian Super Cup 2025: after Inter, Juventus also qualifies. And it’s closer for Milan too, here’s why|Serie A
The group of four participants in the next edition of the Italian Super Cup is starting to emerge more and more clearlythe one for the 2024/2025 season, which will once again have the format of Final Four employed last January in Saudi Arabia. After theInterwinner of the last edition, she was crowned Italian champion for the twentieth and thus won the first slot available, this evening we also have the name of the second participant. It will be Juventuswho thanks to the 3-2 aggregate win over Lazio in the double semi-final, will play the final to win the trophy on May 15th in Rome.
TWO MISSING – The other finalist of the competition will emerge from the return match between Atalanta and Fiorentina, who build on the Viola’s success on 3 April thanks to Rolando Mandragora’s goal. In addition to earning the right to face Massimiliano Allegri’s team, the winner of the second semi-final will elect the third participant in the new version of the Italian Super Cupwhich will be played once again in Saudi Arabia as per the contract stipulated by the Lega Serie A.

MILAN CLOSER – The fourth team that will have the opportunity to play for the Super Cup will be the second in our championship, a position currently held by Milan, who have a 5 point advantage over Juventus in the standings with 5 matches remaining. The Bianconeri’s access to the Italian Cup final is good news for Pioli’s team, as it could offer an additional chance to go to Arabia even without closing Serie A behind Inter. An eventuality that would become a certainty with the victory of the Bianconeri, which would free up an extra slot even in the event of third place by Milan.

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