|06 Apr 20||Pescara  ||-|| Empoli|
|13 Apr 20||Venezia  ||-|| Empoli|
|18 Apr 20||Empoli  ||-|| Frosinone|
|21 Apr 20||Ascoli  ||-|| Empoli|
|25 Apr 20||Empoli  ||-|| Entella|
|21 Mar 20||Empoli|| ||P - P|| ||Benevento|
|15 Mar 20||Spezia|| ||P - P|| ||Empoli|
|07 Mar 20||Empoli|| ||1 - 1|| ||Trapani|
|03 Mar 20||Cremonese|| ||2 - 3|| ||Empoli|
|29 Feb 20||Empoli|| ||0 - 1|| ||Pordenone Calcio|
Empoli Football Club is an Italian association football club located in Empoli, Tuscany. It was founded in 1920 and played its first official match in 1921.
The club has spent most of the last decade bouncing between Serie A and Serie B. Most recently, Empoli was relegated to Serie B in 2004, but secured promotion back to Serie A in the next season, finishing first in Serie B and qualified for European football for the first time in their history with a 7th-place finish. 2007–08 was the seventh Serie A season for Empoli, particularly impressive for a team in a city of only 45,000 inhabitants. Empoli relies on extremely successful youth divisions which are among the most renowned in Italy. Empoli secured promotion back to Serie A in 2013-2014, finishing as runners-up to Palermo after losing the promotion play-off final to Livorno the previous season.
In the final matchday of the 2018–19 Serie A season, Empoli were one point above the relegation zone ahead of Genoa, however were eventually relegated to Serie B after they were defeated by Internazionale, while Genoa drew with Fiorentina.