It starts on Saturday 21 at 18.30 with Inter-Genoa and Verona-Sassuolo. Juve in Udine on Sunday 22 at 18.30, with Roma-Fiorentina at 20.45. Milan at Sampdoria on Monday at 8.45pm
A little more than a week has passed since the final of the European Championships with the triumph of the Azzurri, but it is already time to think about the championship, starting on 21 August, therefore in 33 days. The League announced today advances and postponements of the first two days. The new season will open on Saturday 21st with two simultaneous challenges at 18.30. On the field the Italian champions Inter, at San Siro against Genoa, and Hellas Verona at home with Sassuolo.
Saturday 21 August, 6.30 pm: Inter-Genoa (Dazn); Verona-Sassuolo (Dazn).
Saturday 21, 8.45 pm: Empoli-Lazio (Dazn / Sky), Turin-Atalanta (Dazn).
Sunday 22, 6.30 pm: Bologna-Salernitana (Dazn / Sky), Udinese-Juventus (Dazn).
Sunday 22, 8.45 pm: Naples-Venice (Dazn), Rome-Fiorentina (Dazn).
Monday 23, 6.30 pm: Cagliari-Spezia (Dazn).
Monday 23, 8.45 pm: Sampdoria-Milan (Dazn / Sky).
Friday 27, 18.30: Udinese-Venice (Dazn).
Friday 27, 8.45 pm: Verona-Inter (Dazn / Sky).
Saturday 28, 18.30: Atalanta-Bologna (Dazn), Lazio-Spezia (Dazn).
Saturday 28, 8.45 pm: Fiorentina-Turin (Dazn / Sky), Juventus-Empoli (Dazn).
Sunday 29, 18.30: Genoa-Naples (Dazn), Sassuolo-Sampdoria (Dazn / Sky).
Sunday 29, 8.45 pm: Milan-Cagliari (Dazn), Salernitana-Rome (Dazn).
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