Football Italian understands that the Italian Super Cup is one of the most competitive European leagues with the teams battling it out for the title every year.
But according to a survey by Sport Italia, which is part of La Gazzetta dello Sport, only 3 percent of Serie A fans think that the Serie A championship will be a tougher competition than the World’s Four Classics this year.
This has been largely due to the fact that the last two editions have been more physical than the previous two, with the 2016 edition being played in a much smaller stadium.
In addition, there is an even smaller fan base in the southern Italian region of Umbria, where the Champions League has been played.
This season, the final will be played in the Camp Nou, the home of Barcelona, the biggest club in the world, with a capacity of about 20,000.
The average attendance of the two home games this season was 28,000, compared to 22,000 for the Champions’ Cup final and 13,000 in the final of the Euro 2016.
However, the most expensive game of the season will take place in Rome on June 25.
It has been a tough few weeks for the players.
They will have to battle it out with the likes of Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Cristiano Ronaldo for the starting spot, as well as facing a battle for the number one spot with Real Madrid, Juventus, Manchester City, and Manchester United.
The results of the survey have been published on Sunday, with some of the results revealing some interesting statistics.
Among the reasons for the lack of interest in the championship are the number of players who are currently injured.
The survey showed that only 20 percent of the players surveyed think that they can be ready for the game, while the majority (51 percent) said that they have no time to train, according to the magazine.
The next game will be held in the same stadium, in the home town of Udinese, with 14,000 people expected to turn up.
This means that the average attendance for the two games is expected to be around 30,000 (the previous year it was 33,000).
“This means that in the first half, it will be very difficult for our players to make the most of their chances, and we will not be able to compete with these big clubs,” Udinese’s coach, Luciano Nobile, told Sport Italian.
“But I am sure that with the quality of the opponent and the quality the players have, the game will have a lot of interest for all the fans.
This season, we can say that we have a great chance to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.”