Our Serie A Saturday Quiz is back and today we invite you to guess a mysterious team that had just reached a remarkable achievement when the pic was taken

The Solution to Our Serie A Saturday Quiz: Torino’s Last Scudetto in 1976

Many of you calcio fans mistakenly identified the mysterious team from this week as Roma. However, the exploit we were referring to yesterday was Torino's Scudetto run in 1976. Coached by Gigi Radice, the Granata won their last Italian title in the 1975-76 season at the end of a spectacular battle with cross-town rivals Juventus.

The Solution to Our Serie A Quiz: The “Grigiorossi” of Cremonese

Ok, it seems like we have underestimated you guys. Many of you had no problem in recognizing the below lineup as Cremonese, a historical club from the city of Cremona in Lombardy that spent seven seasons in Serie A – the last of which in 1995-96. Cremonese feature a very unique color palette – gray and red – and are therefore known as the Grigiorossi.
For our quiz, today we propose you to guess a pretty recognizable Serie A lineup. Stripe don't lie and nor do colors...but is it really the case?

Serie A Saturday Quiz Solution: The Milan of the “Scudetto della Stella”

Time to reveal the solution to our quiz from yesterday. We mentioned that strips don't lie and indeed the mysterious team of this week are exactly who they look - Milan, in their 1978-79 season. That was a very important one for the Rossoneri, as they won the title after a 11-year drought and conquered the so-called "Scudetto della Stella."
This week, The Cult of Calcio will really test your knowledge of Italian football. We picked up a Serie A lineup that only few people will recognize!

The Solution to Our Serie A Quiz: Meet Avellino, the Wolves of Irpinia

Fellow calcio lovers, it's time to reveal the mysterious Serie A lineup from yesterday's quiz! These fellows wearing such stylish green jerseys are Avellino, who spent 10 seasons in the Italian top-flight between the 1970s and the 1980s. The Biancoverdi (white-and-greens), also known as the Wolves of Irpinia, used to give life to a hotly contested derby against Napoli.