With its current World Cup qualification status, Italy is guaranteed a place in the group stages of the 2019 Confederations Cup in Brazil.
That would be the last World Cup for the country, and a place at the 2018 tournament.
Despite the current World Cups qualification status for Italy, the country will qualify for the tournament in a few years’ time, and there is a chance that Italy could even qualify for Euro 2020 if all goes according to plan.
The current qualification rules of the 2018 World Cup stipulate that the country’s national team must qualify for every tournament.
The 2022 World Cup will be Italy’s last World Championship, and the country could be eligible for the 2018 event.
However, if the country does qualify for World Cup 2019, it will not qualify for any of the major competitions in the World Cup cycle, and it will be up to its domestic league, La Gazzetta dello Sport, to decide whether to include the country in the tournament.
The 2018 World Championships will be held in Russia, and La Gazetta dell’Italia is expected to include Italy in the competition, although the Italian league, the Serie B, is currently looking at a bid to host the 2018 edition.
The current Serie B competition is one of the more competitive in Italy, with Juventus winning three Serie B titles and Inter Milan winning two.
The league has been without a title for two seasons, and will probably be without a trophy for the first time since 2010.
Italy’s domestic league currently consists of a few dozen clubs.
There are only a few of those clubs who will be able to take part in the 2018 Confederations.
Juventus have been a major force in Serie B for several years, winning the league four times in a row between 2006 and 2014.
The Italian side won the domestic league title in 2016 and 2018.
Inter Milan also won Serie B in 2016, but was relegated from the league in 2020, after finishing fourth in the previous campaign.
In 2018, Juventus was relegated to Serie B again, this time with an average attendance of 14,000 per game.
Milan won the league once again in 2019, winning it four times between 2016 and 2017.
Real Madrid won Serie A three times between 2000 and 2010, but also failed to qualify for Europe’s top tier of the Champions League in 2008.
Lazio won Serie C in 1998 and reached the Champions Cup Final in 2007, and won the competition four times, finishing third in 2004 and 2008.
Inter also won the Serie C title in 2006.
Palermo won the title once again, finishing sixth in 2009 and fourth in 2011.
Bologna was relegated once again to Serie A in 2011, and was eliminated from the Champions league in 2013.
Parma won Serie D in 2013, but lost the title to Juventus in 2015.
Alessandro Del Piero was relegated twice, finishing second in 2013 and fourth last year.
Frosinone won the Ligue 1 title once in 2016 but was eliminated in 2018.
Laziano won the Champions Leagues in both 2003 and 2006, but finished in the bottom two in 2011 and 2015.
The Bianconeri also failed in the Europa League in 2017, and have failed to make the top four since 2010, making them one of only a handful of teams not to have made the Champions, Europa or Champions League finals since the 1970s.
Vincenzo Montella won the La Liga twice in 2005 and 2010.
He finished third in 2010, and third again in 2011 before finishing sixth last year, but again qualified for Euro 2016.
It will be interesting to see how the two clubs play out in the Confederations, and if Juventus and Inter will be included in the event.