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Serie A on TV and Stream

Enjoy a complete fixtures list of all streamed and televised Serie A matches for the 2020/2021 season. Be sure to catch all the latest games right here!

Current champions are Juventus Turin who won the title for the 9th consecutive time.
5 Dec

Today, Saturday

Today’s earlier broadcasts
14:00

Spezia v Lazio

Serie A

17:00

Juventus v Torino

Serie A

19:45

Inter v Bologna

Serie A

6 Dec

Tomorrow, Sunday

11:30

Hellas Verona v Cagliari

Serie A

14:00

Parma v Benevento

Serie A

14:00

Roma v Sassuolo

Serie A

14:00

Udinese v Atalanta

Serie A

17:00

Crotone v SSC Napoli

Serie A

19:45

Sampdoria v AC Milan

Serie A

7 Dec

Monday

19:45

Fiorentina v Genoa

Serie A

11 Dec

Friday

19:45

Sassuolo v Benevento

Serie A

12 Dec

Saturday

14:00

Crotone v Spezia

Serie A

17:00

Torino v Udinese

Serie A

17:00

Torino v Udinese

Serie A

  • Premier Sports 1
19:45

Lazio v Hellas Verona

Serie A

19:45

Lazio v Hellas Verona

Serie A

  • Premier Sports 1
13 Dec

Sunday

11:30

Cagliari v Inter

Serie A

11:30

Cagliari v Inter

Serie A

  • Premier Sports 1
14:00

Atalanta v Fiorentina

Serie A

14:00

Bologna v Roma

Serie A

14:00

SSC Napoli v Sampdoria

Serie A

14:00

Bologna v Roma

Serie A

  • Premier Sports 1
14:00

Bologna v Roma

Serie A

  • Freesports TV
17:00

Genoa v Juventus

Serie A

19:45

AC Milan v Parma

Serie A

15 Dec

Tuesday

17:30

Udinese v Crotone

Serie A

19:45

Benevento v Lazio

Serie A

16 Dec

Wednesday

17:30

Juventus v Atalanta

Serie A

19:45

Fiorentina v Sassuolo

Serie A

19:45

Genoa v AC Milan

Serie A

19:45

Hellas Verona v Sampdoria

Serie A

19:45

Inter v SSC Napoli

Serie A

19:45

Parma v Cagliari

Serie A

19:45

Spezia v Bologna

Serie A

17 Dec

Thursday

19:45

Roma v Torino

Serie A

19 Dec

Saturday

14:00

Fiorentina v Hellas Verona

Serie A

17:00

Sampdoria v Crotone

Serie A

19:45

Parma v Juventus

Serie A

20 Dec

Sunday

11:30

Torino v Bologna

Serie A

  • Premier Sports 1
14:00

Sassuolo v AC Milan

Serie A

  • Premier Sports 1
14:00

Inter v Spezia

Serie A

  • Premier Sports 2
17:00

Atalanta v Roma

Serie A

19:45

Lazio v SSC Napoli

Serie A

22 Dec

Tuesday

19:45

Juventus v Fiorentina

Serie A

23 Dec

Wednesday

17:30

Hellas Verona v Inter

Serie A

19:45

Udinese v Benevento

Serie A

19:45

Udinese v Benevento

Serie A

19:45

Spezia v Genoa

Serie A

19:45

Sampdoria v Sassuolo

Serie A

19:45

Roma v Cagliari

Serie A

19:45

SSC Napoli v Torino

Serie A

19:45

AC Milan v Lazio

Serie A

19:45

Bologna v Atalanta

Serie A

17 Jan

Sunday

18:30

Atalanta v Genoa

Serie A

18:30

Bologna v Hellas Verona

Serie A

18:30

Cagliari v AC Milan

Serie A

18:30

Crotone v Benevento

Serie A

18:30

Lazio v Roma

Serie A

18:30

Sampdoria v Udinese

Serie A

18:30

SSC Napoli v Fiorentina

Serie A

18:30

Torino v Spezia

Serie A

19:45

Inter v Juventus

Serie A

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Historical Background

Serie A is the most prestigious and famous football league in Italy, and is widely considered to be one of the best leagues in the world. With its roots in regional competitions which were staged from 1898 to 1922, various changes took place between 1922 and 1928, leading to the current Serie A format being adopted in 1929. The format of the competition itself has remained largely unchanged since then, although a shake-up in 2009 saw Serie A separate itself from Serie B due to a disagreement about television broadcasting rights. 

The Serie A Format

The Serie A football season usually begins in August and concludes in May of the following year, and sees twenty professional football clubs competing for the championship title. During the first half of the season, every club plays one match against every other. Then, during the second half of the season, every team plays the same opponents once again, in the same order as before, but with their home and away roles being reversed. This means that every team plays each other competitor twice – once at home and once away.

Teams earn points according to their performance in each game. A win is worth three points, a draw is worth one point and a loss earns no points. The team with the greatest number of points at the end of the season is declared the winner.

Should two or more teams tie on points after the last game of the season, head-to-head performance is used to determine the winner, with goal difference and the number of goals scored in the season serving as additional tie-breakers if required.

Regardless of whether success is achieved outright or thanks to the implementation of a tie-break rule, the winning team is awarded the Coppa Campioni d’Italia, which roughly translates as the Champions Cup of Italy.

Noteworthy Clubs and Teams

Whilst every team that participates in the Serie A football competition has to be considered top-flight, there is a handful of teams which are particularly noteworthy thanks to their consistently impressive performance at the highest level. Some of the main ones are:

Juventus - Based in Turin, Juventus has won the Serie A competition 36 times. Their first success was achieved in the 1930/31 season, and their most recent was in the 2019/20, which makes them the current champions.

A.C. Milan - shares joint-second place with Internazionale for the most Serie A championship wins, having lifted the cup 18 times, most recently in 2010/11.

Inter Milan - this team is more formally known as Internazionale Milano, but simply as Inter Milan to most outside Italy. They currently have 18 Serie A wins to their credit, with their latest championship win having been secured in 2009/10.

Roma - founded in 1927, this team have been Serie A champions on no fewer than three occasions. Their first title win came in 1941/42, and the most recent was in 2000/01.

Lazio - based in Rome, Lazio have won the Serie A competition twice. Those wins were achieved in 1973/74 and in 1999/2000.

Napoli - like their rivals Lazio, Napoli have lifted the Serie A cup twice. Their first success in this competition was achieved in 1986/87, and their second in 1989/90.

Television Rights

Serie A football clubs used to be able to sell television broadcasting rights to their games directly to the sports channels concerned, but they have also negotiated rights as a collective. It was that collective approach which helped Serie A clubs to secure a famous deal with Sky Italia to broadcast Serie A on TV for the 2010/11 and 2011/12 seasons for a reported €1.149 billion.

Outside Italy, Serie A games are televised by a variety of companies, with deals being negotiated and renegotiated for live football on TV with broadcasting organisations in each country. In the United Kingdom, for example, the television rights to Serie A games have been purchased by Premier Sports, which operates out of Ireland. This deal, which was announced at the beginning of 2019, enables Premier Sports to broadcast live football on TV for at least six games from each Serie A round until 2021.

Memorable TV Moments

Although the companies which have the right to broadcast live football on TV can vary from season to season, Serie A matches have been delighting viewers for many decades. It is therefore unsurprising that there have also been quite a few memorable moments that fans will find difficult to forget. Some notable favourites include:

  • Diego Maradona helping Napoli to win their first ever Serie A championship in 1986/87.
  • A.C. Milan racking up an astonishing sequence of 58 games without a loss before finally losing to Parma in 1993.
  • Gonzalo Higuain and Ciro Immobile scoring 36 goals for Napoli in the 2015/16 and Lazio Rom in the 2019/20 season.
  • Juventus winning their ninth consecutive championship in 2019/20.
  • The first time the world saw Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez performing his now-famous ‘Papu dance’.

Key Players 

The Serie A football league is considered one of the best in the world because it consistently features the best teams and has showcased the talents of many of the best players. Some of the current key players are as follows:

Cristiano Ronaldo - needs little introduction, being one of the superstars of modern football and captain of the national team for Portugal. The 35-year-old currently plays as a forward for Juventus.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic - is an almost 40-year-old player from Sweden who currently plays as a forward for Milan. The former Manchester United player played a crucial role in this year's AC Milan season.

Fabio Quagliarella - has played for several Serie A teams, including Napoli, Juventus and Torino. The Italian-born forward currently plays for Sampdoria.

Arkadiusz Milik - was born in Poland and plays for his national team. The 26-year-old has previously played for the Dutch club Ajax and currently plays as a striker for Napoli.

Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez - is a versatile player and seems equally comfortable whether serving as a forward, winger or attacking midfielder. The inventor of the ‘Papu dance’ currently plays for Atalanta.

Suso - is a winger, and sometimes an attacking midfielder, for Milan. Born in Spain, he also plays for the Spanish national team.