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2019/2020 Serie A broadcast info

Official broadcast guide for Serie A 2019-20: fixtures time, dates, TV and streaming schedule

August 16, 2019 By Michelle Bonsu
The 2019/2020 Serie A season is set to kick off soon, and Live Soccer TV is on hand to provide all the info you need to follow your favorite Italian side throughout the season.

Last season saw Juventus set another record as they successfully held off the challenges of teams like Napoli, Inter, and others to win another Scudetto. Despite this, the club's board decided to part ways with Massimiliano Allegri and bring in Maurizio Sarri from Chelsea in a bid to try to effect dramatic changes as they are hoping to finally make inroads in other competitions, and clearly, they feel the team has hit its peak and stagnated under Allegri's tenure.

Another coach making his return to Serie A this season is none other than Antonio Conte, who will now be in charge of Inter after his own sojurn to Chelsea ended abruptly. The Nerazzurri will be hoping that Conte will be able to work the same kind of magic he did at Juve at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza and turn the struggling Milan side into a powerhouse in Italy, so it's set to be an even more interesting 2019/2020 season, that's for certain.

Here's all you need to know ahead of the upcoming campaign.

When does Serie A start?

The 2019/2020 Serie A season will begin on August 24, 2019 with a double header featuring Parma taking on reigning champions Juventus and Fiorentina locking horns with Napoli.

Which teams are playing in Serie A?

Here are the 20 teams featuring in Serie A this season:

  • Atalanta
  • Bologna
  • Brescia
  • Cagliari
  • Fiorentina
  • Genoa
  • Hellas Verona
  • Inter
  • Juventus
  • Lazio
  • Lecce
  • Milan
  • Napoli
  • Parma
  • Roma
  • Sampdoria
  • Sassuolo
  • SPAL
  • Torino
  • Udinese

Who are the current champions?

Juventus are the reigning champions after winning a record eighth straight Scudetto last season. Although other teams have attempted to bolster their squads this term, La Vecchia Signora are the undisputed favorites to make it an unprecedented ninth straight title at the end of the 2019/2020 term.

Who are the promoted and relegated teams?

Promoted: Hellas Verona, Lecce, Brescia

Relegated: Chievo, Frisinone, Empoli

What are some of the key fixtures in Serie A?

Here is a sprinkling of some fixtures to get ready for in the early stages of the upcoming season.

Parma vs Juventus - Maurizio Sarri's debut Serie A game (August 24, 2019)

Inter vs Lecce - Antonio Conte's debut Serie A game (August 26, 2019)

Juventus vs Napoli - Scudetto winners vs. runners up; Sarri vs. former side (August 31, 2019)

Lazio vs Roma - Derby della Captiale #1 (September 1, 2019)

Milan vs Inter - Derby della Madonnina #1 (September 21, 2019)

Inter vs Juventus - Derby d'Italia #1 (October 6, 2019)

Juventus vs Milan - Clash featuring two of Italy's "big 3" (November 9, 2019)

More fixtures will be added to this list as the season goes on. This is just to give you an idea of what's in store in just the first few months, but mark your calendars as it's going to be quite busy!

What are Serie A's broadcasting channels (TV, online streaming, and on-demand)?


TV: ESPN2 will show one or two games per matchday (sometimes also on ESPNNEWS); for Spanish speakers, check out ESPN Deportes for the same games.

Online streaming: ESPN+ will provide coverage via its OTT service throughout the season.

On-demand: Fubo TV is a great way to catch matches in Italian (RAI Italia America)


TV: Sky Italia will show seven to eight games per each matchday. Meanwhile, DAZN Italia also will provide coverage; however, they will only show two to three games per round.

Online streaming: SKY GO will show the same set of games each matchday.


TV: TLN will broadcast between six to seven Serie A games each matchday in Italian. Another option for Italian-speaking fans is RAI Italia, who will also broadcast key games.

If you don't speak Italian, DAZN Italia provides English language coverage of all Serie A games for fans living across Canada.


TV: Premier Media will broadcast key Serie A matches for fans residing in the UK.


TV: DAZN Brazil and Serie A pass subscription service will broadcast games for fans residing in Brazil. In addition, any Italian-speakers who live in the country can also check out Rai Italia for coverage of selected games.


TV: beIN Sport France will broadcast the majority of fixtures on its various channels.

Online streaming: beIN Sport Connect will provide on-line options for you to follow Serie A games via various devices.


TV: beIN Sports Australia provides coverage of Serie A matches for fans living in Australia

Online streaming: beIN CONNECT

On-demand: Kayo Sports broadcast games which are on beIN Sports and beIN Connect.


TV: DAZN DACH will broadcast all Serie A games in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.


TV: Ziggo Sport will broadcast key Serie A matches for fans living in the Netherlands.


TV: Sport TV Portugal will cover several - but not all - games each matchday on its various channels.


TV: Supersport will broadcast selected Serie A games in Nigeria.

South Africa

TV: Supersport will broadcast selected Serie A games in South Africa.


TV: Movistar will broadcast key Serie A games for fans based in Spain.

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