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The first Scudetto (1955/1956)

In the 1955/56 season Fiorentina won their first Scudetto after dominating the season, suffering just the one defeat and holding a 12pts advantage over the second placed side by the end. Fiorentina 1955/1956
Sarti, Magnini, Cervato, Chiappella, Rosetta, Segato, Julinho, Gratton, Virgili, Montuori,Prini.
In panchina: Toros, Orzan, Bizzari, Mazza, Bartoli, Carpanesi, Scaramucci

Coach. Fulvio Bernardini

The second Scudetto (1968/1969)

Coached by Pesaola, Fiorentina won thier second Scudetto in the 1968/69 season; led by Chiarugi's runs, Maraschi's goals (14) and De Sisti's class.

Fiorentina 1968/1969
Superchi, Rogora, Mancin, Esposito, Ferrante, Brizi, Chiarugi, Merlo, Maraschi, De Sisti, Amarildo.
In panchina: Bandoni, Rizzo, Stanzial, Pirovano, Cencetti, Danova, Mariani.

Coach. Pesaola


Fiorentina won Italian Cup (Coppa Italia) 6 times:
1939/1940
1960/1961
1965/1966
1974/1975
1995/1996
2000/2001

Cup Winners Cup - 1960-61

With victory in the final against Glasgow Rangers Fiorentina, coached that year be Hidegkuti (the Hungarian hero of the 1954 World Cup), clinched their first international success. The Viola, after having knocked out Luzern in the quarter-finals and Dinamo Zagreb in the semi-finals, played the two leg final against the Scottish side. On May 17th in Glasgow, two goals for Luigi Milan set the score on 2-0. The return leg at the Franchi stadium saw another goal by Milan and the temporary equaliser by Scott, before Kurt Hamrin set the final score of 2-1.

Just like that the Viola won the first Cup Winners Cup of their history.

Fiorentina - Finale Coppa delle Coppe Albertosi, Robotti, Castelletti, Gonfiantini, Orzan, Rimbaldo, Hamrin, Micheli, Da Costa, Milan, Petris.
All. Hidegkuti

League Super Cup - 1996

On August 25, 1996 at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in Milan between Milan, who won the Serie A 1995-1996 and Fiorentina, winning the Italian Cup 1995-1996.
To win the title was Fiorentina who won 2-1 with goals from Gabriel Batistuta: for the first time in the history of the trophy, the victory smiled on those who had just won the Scudetto.

Toldo, Carnasciali, Falcone, Piacentini, Amoruso, Firicano, Schwarz, Cois, Batistuta, Rui Costa, Oliveira.
All. Ranieri
1 - Mitropa Cup (1965/66)
1 - Anglo-Italian Cup (1975/76)
4 - Promotion to Serie A (1930/31, 1938/39, 1993/1994, 2003/04)
1 - Promotion to C1 (2002/03)
1 - Coni gold star for Sporting Merit (1976)
3 - Campionati Primavera
3 - Coppe Italia Primavera
1 - Supercoppa Italia Primavera
4 - Campionati Allievi Nazionali
1 - Campionato Giovanissimi Nazionali
8 - Torneo di Viareggio