Eccellenza Sicily
Organising bodyLega Nazionale Dilettanti
Number of teams32
Promotion toSerie D
Relegation toPromozione Sicily
League cup(s)Coppa Italia Dilettanti
Current championsAkragas (Group A)
Igea Virtus (Group B)
Most championshipsMarsala (4 titles)

Eccellenza Sicily (Italian: Eccellenza Sicilia) is the regional Eccellenza football division for clubs in Sicily, Italy. It is competed amongst 32 teams, in two different groups (A and B). The winners of the Groups are promoted to Serie D. The clubs who finish second also have the chance to gain promotion, they are entered into a national play-off which consists of two rounds.


Here are the past champions of the Sicilian Eccellenza, organised into their respective group.[1][2]

Group A

Group B

Current teams (2022–23)

Girone A

Club City Stadium 2021–22 season
Akragas Agrigento Esseneto Eccellenza A, 2nd
CUS Palermo Palermo CUS (University of Palermo sports centre) Eccellenza A, 16th
Casteldaccia Casteldaccia Fiorilli Promozione A, 2nd
Castellammare Castellammare del Golfo Giorgio Matranga Eccellenza A, 8th
Don Carlo Misilmeri Misilmeri Giovanni Aloisio Eccellenza A, 3rd
Enna Enna Generale Gaeta Eccellenza A, 6th
Leonfortese Leonforte Comunale Promozione C, 3rd
Mazara Mazara del Vallo Nino Vaccara Eccellenza A, 9th
Mazarese Mazara del Vallo Nino Vaccara Eccellenza A, 5th
Nissa Caltanissetta Marco Tomaselli Eccellenza A, 11th
Nuova Città di Gela Gela Vincenzo Presti Promozione D, 4th
Oratorio San Ciro e Giorgio Marineo Comunale (Belmonte Mezzagno) Eccellenza A, 9th
Parmonval Mondello, Palermo Franco Lo Monaco Eccellenza A, 12th
Pro Favara Favara Giovanni Bruccoleri Eccellenza A, 4th
Resuttana San Lorenzo Resuttana-San Lorenzo, Palermo Pasqualino (Carini) Promozione A, 1st
Unitas Sciacca Sciacca Luigi Riccardo Gurrera Eccellenza A, 10th

Girone B

Club City Stadium 2021–22 season
Acicatena Aci Catena Polivalente Eccellenza B, 13th
Città di Siracusa Syracuse Nicola De Simone Eccellenza B, 5th
Comiso Comiso Peppe Borgese Promozione D, 5th
Igea 1946 Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto Carlo D'Alcontres Eccellenza B, 3rd
Jonica Santa Teresa di Riva Comunale Eccellenza B, 2nd
Leonzio Lentini Angelino Nobile Eccellenza B, 4th
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Mazzarrone Mazzarrone Comunale Promozione D, 2nd
Milazzo Milazzo Grotta Polifemo Promozione B, 5th
Modica Modica Vincenzo Barone Promozione D, 1st
Nebros Acquedolci Enzo Vasi (Gliaca, Piraino) Eccellenza B, 6th
Palazzolo Palazzolo Acreide Scrofani Sallustro Eccellenza B, 8th
Real Siracusa Belvedere Syracuse Nicola De Simone Eccellenza B, 9th
Rocca Acquedolcese Rocca di Caprileone (Capri Leone) and Acquedolci Pippo Giacobbe (Capri Leone) Promozione B, 1st
Santa Croce Santa Croce Camerina John Fitzgerald Kennedy Eccellenza B, 12th
Taormina Taormina Comunale Eccellenza B, 7th
Virtus Ispica Ispica Giuseppe Moltisanti Eccellenza B, 10th


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  3. ^ Cephaledium promoted instead, due to match fixing.[1] Panormus was later readmitted to the 2000–01 Serie D league in October 2000, following a decision by the Palermo TAR magistrature.
  4. ^ not admitted to Serie D due to financial irregularities