Italy - Serie A
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|Sunday, 4 December 2016|
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|Delay||11:00am||Milan vs Crotone||beIN SPORTS USA, fuboTV, be…|
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|Repeat||6:00pm||Lazio vs Roma||beIN SPORTS USA, fuboTV, be…|
|Repeat||8:00pm||Lazio vs Roma||fuboTV, beIN SPORTS en Español, …|
|Repeat||9:00pm||Fiorentina vs Palermo||fuboTV, beIN SPORTS en Español, …|
|Repeat||10:00pm||Milan vs Crotone||beIN SPORTS USA, fuboTV, be…|
|Monday, 5 December 2016|
|Repeat||1:15am||Fiorentina vs Palermo||beIN SPORTS USA, fuboTV, be…|
|Repeat||2:00am||Lazio vs Roma||fuboTV, beIN SPORTS en Español, …|
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About Italy - Serie A
Italy’s Serie A is the premier Italian League competition which is comprised of 20 teams that play 38 matches each season to determine who will be crowned champions of Italy. The league has been operating in its current format since the 1929-30 season. Each season, three new teams are promoted from the second-tier Serie B league to replace the three lowest-ranked clubs from the previous Serie A season.
Serie A has its own “big” teams—namely the trio of Juventus, Internazionale, and AC Milan, with AS Roma also having a strong following in the country and around the world. The champions are crowned with the Scudetto trophy. The Nerazzurri are the current Italian champions and have retained the title for the past five seasons.
Promoted clubs Cagliari, Crotone and Pescara have replaced Carpi, Frosinone and Hellas Verona for the 2016-17 season which runs from August 20, 2016 to May 28, 2017.
Did you know? In 2014, Juventus became the first Italian team to reach the 100+ points barrier as they clinched their third consecutive Scudetto with a total of 102 points. Pretty remarkable for a team whose nickname is La Vecchia Signora (The Old Lady)!
While the Serie A has arguably lost some of its glitz and glamor that had it considered by many as the top league in the 90’s, it recently regained a bit of authority in Europe thanks to Juventus' 2014-15 UEFA Champions League finish as finalists.