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Everything you need to know about Serie A 2022/23

Since 2022 is the FIFA World Cup year, the Italian football league will have a break from November to December.

The Italian top-flight football league, Serie A is all set to commence its 2022-23 season tomorrow i.e. August 13, with reigning champions AC Milan facing Udinese Calcio at the San Siro.

Since 2022 is the FIFA World Cup year, the Italian football league will have a break from November to December. As a result, the final matchday before the Qatar event will be played on November 13, with the league resuming on January 4, 2023.

Serie A 2022-23 will feature 20 teams, including recently promoted sides Lecce, Cremonese, and Monza. AC Milan, who have earned 19 Serie A championships, have made four new signings, the latest being Charles De Ketelaere. On the other hand, Juventus will also aim to win their 37th Scudetto. The additions of Paul Pogba, Angel di Maria, Bremer, and Andrea Cambiaso will boost Bianconeri’s odds of winning the season for the first time since 2019-20.

Teams like Inter Milan, AS Roma, Napoli, and Lazio, will all be looking to give AC Milan and Juventus a run for their money this season.

TV and live streaming details:

In India, Serie A is broadcast and streamed by Viacom18. As a result, the latest season will be available on Sports18 1 and 1 HD. For fans who wish to watch the league online, the Serie A 2022-23 season will be available live on the Voot app and JioTV.

Furthermore, the Beijing-based web giant Baidu’s iQIYI Sports has bought the rights to telecast Serie A in China. Moreover, back in August 2021, Serie A renewed its TV deal with beIN Sports in seven territories, such as France, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and the Philippines, until 2024.

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