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Italian Serie A

Italy’s Serie A is comprised of 20 teams, three of which are new arrivals from second-tier Serie B each season, whereas three others are relegated in their stead. While it has lost some of its glitz and glamor that had it considered by many as the top league in the 90’s, current calcio stars like Andrea Pirlo or Francesco Totti are names that are known to most, regardless of whatever league one follows. Like its counterparts across Europe, Serie A has its own “big” teams—namely the trio of Juventus, Inter, and Milan, with Roma also having a strong following in the country and around the world. The season kicks off in August and concludes in May with one lucky team being the one to lift the much coveted Scudetto trophy. Juventus is the current champion for the 2013-14 season. Find out how to tune into Itallian calcio with our 2014-15 Serie A broadcast guide.

Did you know? Last season, 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. Not bad for a team whose nickname is La Vecchia Signora (The Old Lady)!

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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
C. Tévez Juventus 16 2
M. Icardi Internazionale 15 3
J. Ménez Milan 15 8
G. Higuaín Napoli 13 2
L. Toni Hellas Verona 13 3
P. Dybala Palermo 12 2
A. Di Natale Udinese 10 0
M. Gabbiadini Napoli 10 0
F. Quagliarella Torino 10 2
Felipe Anderson Lazio 9 0
José Callejón Napoli 9 0
Eder Sampdoria 9 1
D. Berardi Sassuolo 8 4
M. Klose Lazio 8 0
A. Ljajic Roma 8 1

Channels licensed to broadcast Serie A in United States

beIN Sports en Español
2012-2015
English and Spanish language rights.
beIN Sports USA
2012-2015
Live and Exclusive on beIN SPORTS. English and Spanish language rights.
Fubo TV
2014-2015

 

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