A.C. Arezzo began the season with a six-point deficit and Juventus F.C. a nine-point deficit, due to their involvement in the 2006 Italian Match Fixing Scandal. In addition, U.S. Triestina Calcio were deducted one point because of financial irregularities, and Pescara Calcio were penalized one point for late tax payments.
Juventus became the first team mathematically promoted to the Serie A for the 2007-08 season with a 5-1 away win at Arezzo on 19 May 2007, with three games remaining in the schedule. One week later, they clinched the title of Serie B champions for 2006-07 with a 2-0 home win against Mantova. Juventus were awarded the first-ever Ali della Vittoria (Wings of Victory) Cup, designed this year for the winner of the Serie B championship.
On the last day of the season Napoli played Genoa. Napoli only needed a draw for automatic promotion, while Genoa needed a win to guarantee promotion. The match ended 0-0 and Napoli were promoted. However, Piacenza only managed a 1-1 draw with Triestina, leaving it ten points behind Genoa. A gap of ten or more points between the third and fourth-placed teams meant that no playoffs would be held, and Genoa became the third team promoted to Serie A.
Both Napoli and Genoa were promoted from Serie C1 to Serie B, and from Serie B to Serie A in successive seasons.
The fourth team to be relegated was decided in a two-legged playoff between Verona and Spezia. The first leg ended in a 2-1 win for Spezia, and a 0-0 tie in the return match condemned Verona to play Serie C1 in the 2007-08 season.
These are the 22 teams which took part in the Serie B 2006-2007:
|Official Club Name||Home City||Stadium Name||Final Placing in 2005/2006 Season|
|U.C. AlbinoLeffe||Bergamo||Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia||18th in Serie B|
|A.C. Arezzo||Arezzo||Stadio Città di Arezzo||7th in Serie B|
|A.S. Bari||Bari||Stadio San Nicola||13th in Serie B|
|Bologna F.C. 1909||Bologna||Stadio Renato dall'Ara||8th in Serie B|
|Brescia Calcio||Brescia||Stadio Mario Rigamonti||10th in Serie B|
|A.C. Cesena||Cesena||Stadio Dino Manuzzi||6th in Serie B|
|F.C. Crotone||Crotone||Stadio Ezio Scida||9th in Serie B|
|Frosinone Calcio||Frosinone||Stadio Matusa||Serie C1/B Playoff Winners|
|Genoa C.F.C.||Genova||Stadio Luigi Ferraris||Serie C1/A Playoff Winners|
|Juventus F.C.||Torino||Stadio Olimpico di Torino||20th in Serie A|
|U.S. Lecce||Lecce||Stadio Via del Mare||18th in Serie A|
|A.C. Mantova||Mantova||Stadio Danilo Martelli||4th in Serie B|
|Modena F.C.||Modena||Stadio Alberto Braglia||5th in Serie B|
|S.S.C. Napoli||Napoli||Stadio San Paolo||Serie C1/B Champions|
|Pescara Calcio||Pescara||Stadio Adriatico||12th in Serie B|
|Piacenza Calcio||Piacenza||Stadio Leonardo Garilli||11th in Serie B|
|Rimini Calcio F.C.||Rimini||Stadio Romeo Neri||17th in Serie B|
|Spezia Calcio 1906||La Spezia||Stadio Alberto Picco||Serie C1/A Champions|
|Treviso F.B.C. 1993||Treviso||Stadio Omobono Tenni||19th in Serie A|
|U.S. Triestina Calcio||Trieste||Stadio Nereo Rocco||14th in Serie B|
|Hellas Verona F.C.||Verona||Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi||15th in Serie B|
|Vicenza Calcio||Vicenza||Stadio Romeo Menti||16th in Serie B|
(updated to games played June 10, 2007)
|Alessandro Del Piero|
|Papa Waigo N'Diayè|
|Antonio Floro Flores|