Serie A, how to watch Juventus-Roma from abroad

Serie A, how to watch Juventus-Roma from abroad

Serie A

The Serie A football championship restarted on 13 August with the 2022/2023 season. The fans and supporters of the 20 teams that will compete for the Scudetto are preparing for the first day of the championship, which will start in August and will then end in June 2023 with the 38th matchday.

The 2022/2023 Serie A championship sees the participation of the following teams: Milan, Inter, Naples, Juventus, Lazio, Rome, Fiorentina, Atalanta, Verona, Turin, Sassuolo, Udinese, Bologna, Empoli, Sampdoria, Spezia and Salernitana. In addition, there are the 3 newly promoted Lecce, Cremonese and Monza.

Serie A 2022/2023: matchday three schedule (26-28 August 2022)

MONZA-UDINESE, Friday 26 August 2022 at 18:30 LAZIO-INTER, Friday 26 August 2022 at 8.45pm CREMONESE-TURIN, Saturday 27 August 2022 at 18.30 JUVENTUS-ROME, Saturday 27 August 2022 at 18.30 MILAN-BOLOGNA, Saturday 27 August 2022 at 8.45pm SPEZIA-SASSUOLO, Saturday 27 August 2022 at 8.45pm VERONA-ATALANTA, Sunday 28 August at 6.30pm SALERNITANA-SAMPDORIA, Sunday 28 August at 6.30pm FIORENTINA-NAPLES, Sunday 28 August at 8.45pm LECCE-EMPOLI, Sunday 28 August at 8.45pm

Where to see the 2022/2023 Serie A championship

Also this year, the broadcasting rights of the entire championship are held exclusively by DAZN, which offers all the matches of the Serie A football championship in its package of subscription . Unfortunately, there is no longer a free trial period, but you can only choose between two plans, Standard from € 29.99 per month, which offers the possibility to register up to 2 devices and watch simultaneously from 2 devices connected to the same network , and Plus from € 39.99 per month, which offers the possibility to register up to 6 devices at the same time and watch from two devices even on different networks.


Standard: € 29.99 per month Plus: € 39.99 per month >> Click here to subscribe to DAZN from € 29.99 per month

How to watch Serie A 2022/2023 from abroad

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Serie A scores, takeaways: Kvaratskheliaz stay hot; AS Roma win despite Zaniolo's injury, Juventus draw

After Inter Milan's win against Spezia on Saturday night, Napoli managed to keep the pace with the Nerazzurri while AC Milan failed to win against Atalanta away and drew 1-1 in Bergamo. Khvicha Kvaratskhelia was the man of the weekend after he scored a crucial brace and showed all his skill in front ofa> his new fans at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona as Napoli kept rolling. AS Roma won on Monday against Cremonese while Juventus drew at Genoa against Sampdoria. 

Here are the scores and everything you need to know:

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  • Torino 0, Lazio 0
  • Udinese 0, Salernitana 0
  • Inter Milan 3, Spezia 0
  • Sassuolo 1, Lecce 0
  • Empoli 0, Fiorentina 0
  • Napoli 4, AC Monza 0
  • AC Milan 1, Atalanta 1
  • Bologna 1, Hellas Verona 1 
  • AS Roma 1, Cremonese 0
  • Juventus 0, Sampdoria 0 
  • Match of the weekend

    Atalanta 1, AC Milan 1

    Definitely the most awaited match of the second weekend of Serie A soccer. The home team scored the opening goal of the match with Ruslan Malinovskyi who surprisingly started the game after coach Gian Piero Gasperini declared that he was for sale in the pre-match press conference. AC Milan pushed and managed to score the equalizer in the second half with midfielder Ismael Bennacer. Both sides tried a late winner but failed to score the third goal of the night in Bergamo and the match ended 1-1. 

    Player of the day

    Kvaratskhelia is a name that the all the soccer fans need to take into consideration for the next couple of years. After scoring against Hellas Verona in his Serie A debut last week, the Georgian player scored a brace against AC Monza in the first home match of the season. An incredible goal in the first half reminded all the Napoli fans of the ones that former captain Lorenzo Insigne used to score. In the second half, Kvaratskhelia proved again to be an incredible talent by scoring his second goal of the day. 

    Zaniolo's injury 

    It was a bittersweet and hard-fought 1-0 win at home for AS Roma over Cremonese. The good news is that Chris Smalling scored the winning header and it was the first home game at the Olimpico for Paulo Dybala in front of his new fans. The Argentinian didn't manage to do much on the night, but they still nabbed three points. The bad news is Nicolò Zaniolo suffered a dislocated shoulder and is set to miss a couple of weeks. His injury comes one day after Gini Wijnaldum was diagnosed with a fractured tibia that will cost him the rest of the year, including his participation for Netherlands at the World Cup. A very unfortunate start of the week for Jose Mourinho's side in terms of injuries. 

    Best goal

    Apart from the Kvaratskhelia's stunner against Monza, the combination between Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez that led to the opening goal of Inter Milan against Spezia was remarkable. 

    Biggest surprise

    There were a lot of expectations around AC Monza this season and the first two matches were not good at all. The promoted side failed to record a single point and scored only one goal against Torino in the opening match, despite all the new signings. To make the situation worse, key defender Andrea Ranocchia was injured during Sunday's match, and he's set to miss several weeks. The position of coach Giovanni Stroppa is already in danger and the next games will be crucial for his future. 

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