Castel di Sangro
|Goals scored||897 (2.36 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Marco Di Vaio (21 goals)|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion or relegation|
|1||Salernitana (P)||38||19||15||4||65||32||+33||72||Promotion to Serie A|
|4||Perugia (P)||38||15||17||6||52||35||+17||62||Qualification for Promotion tie-breaker|
|17||Foggia (R)||38||9||14||15||48||55||−7||41||Relegation to Serie C1|
|20||Castel di Sangro (R)||38||5||15||18||38||64||−26||30|
|Home \ Away||ANC||CAG||CDS||CHV||FAN||FOG||GEN||LUC||MON||PAD||PER||PES||RAV||REA||REG||SAL||TOR||TRV||VEN||HEL|
|Castel di Sangro||1–1||0–3||—||0–4||3–3||0–1||3–3||0–2||1–1||1–1||1–1||1–1||2–1||2–2||1–1||3–5||2–1||0–0||1–3||0–2|
|Tovalieri 76'||Ferrante 79'|
|Marco Di Vaio|
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Serie B seasons
|1945–46 postwar season†|
†Championships recognized as official by the Italian Football Federation
1997–98 in Italian football