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  • Updated: June 25, 2022

Serie A Announces Dates, Fixtures For 2022-23 Season [FULL LIST]

The Serie A organizers have announced that the Italian League will start on August 13th with Champions AC Milan to begin their title defence with the visit of Udinese after the 2022/23 season's fixtures.

Stefano Pioli's side then face Atalanta, Bologna and Sassuolo before hosting the first Milan derby of the season in early September.

Milan took the Scudetto from Inter on the final day of last season's enthralling title race and will likely be doing battle with their local rivals – who are set to bring back Romelu Lukaku – for the title in a campaign which starts earlier than usual.

The opening round of fixtures are on August 13, due to the World Cup which kicks off in Qatar in November and finishes on June 4 next year.

The first week of the season will be held around when Italian families traditionally set off to the seaside, lakes or mountains on holiday to escape the intense summer heat.

The league will break from November 13 to make space for the World Cup but unlike the Premier League will not return in December, with the action starting up again on January 4.

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Serie A
No Teams P Pts
1 Roma 0 0
2 AC Milan 0 0
3 Inter Milan 0 0
4 Napoli 0 0
5 Juventus 0 0
Full Table



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