It has been a busy few months for Serie A. The clubs are due to kick off their domestic seasons on February 14, with the first game taking place in Turin on Saturday.
As the calendar turns to February 14 and the Premier League season begins, Serie A is looking to stream the matches live on their social media platforms.
There are a number of options available to stream matches, but here are the two that we have at our disposal.
For a list of all the Serie A matches live streams, visit this link.
Here is a list, with links to all the official streamers: Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain) Laurent Blanc (Paris St-Génie) Andres Iniesta (Barcelona) Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) Ezequiel Lavezzi (Genoa) Marco Verratti (Real Madrid) Graziano Pelle (Juventus) Luca Antonelli (Bologna) Giampiero Ventura (Fiorentina) Alex Sandro (Sampdoria) Nacho Monreal (Atletico Madrid)The first game in Turi will be a big opportunity for fans to see the likes of Messi, Blanc, Iniesta and Aguero, as well as a lot of other stars.
In addition to the Premier Cup tie against Arsenal on February 28, there are also five La Liga games on February 15 and 14, two Champions League ties on February 16 and 16, as the Italian Super Cup takes place on February 18 and 19, and the Europa League tie between Sevilla and Sevilla on February 19.
It is not a bad way to get some extra Serie A action on your mind, as it should be a great time for everyone to enjoy some of the big games.
La Liga matches On February 14th, it will be the first time fans will be able to watch the first of three Serie A games live.
On the same day, Juventus will take on Lazio in Turino.
This match is a very exciting affair, as Juventus have never faced Lazio before in Serie A, but it is also one of the teams who have a chance to secure their Champions League place.
Lazio’s victory over Lazio at the Juventus Stadium last season, a game which saw the team clinch a spot in the group stage of the Europa league, has left many fans wondering if the Bianconeri will be back in Serie E. However, they are unlikely to be in the Champions League this time around, as Lazio will not be able play their European home games until April.
Barcelona face Napoli in Turina on February 13th, and it will mark the first leg of their Champions Leagues tie.
Napoli’s last game was against Atalanta in Turio on January 30, and Atalante are expected to get their first Champions League game against Barcelona.
Despite a 2-1 loss to Atalantas in Turini, Napoli will be looking to improve on the 1-0 defeat which saw them fall to Bologna in the first round of the Champions league.
Leicester City travel to Udinese on February 12, and they will be facing Udinese again for the first Champions league tie.
The Foxes will be without striker Jamie Vardy, who is expected to be sidelined for the rest of the season with an ankle injury, while there will be no changes to the Leicester side which has a long history of playing tough football in the Serie E, as they beat Juventus in the league on March 10, 2016.
Juventus host AC Milan on February 6, and this match will be played at the Stadio San Paolo.
Milan face Atalanti on February 5, and Milan will be playing their first European match in six years against Atletico Madrid.
Adem Ljajic and Claudio Marchisio are both out with injuries, but Juve will be missing striker Roberto Firmino and defender Daniele De Rossi.
Elsewhere in Serie B, Napolitano will be taking on Roma in Turisa on February 3, and there will also be a clash between Juventus and Inter.
Inter are currently third in Serie C, and their opponents in the round of 16 are Napoli, who have won all four of their matches so far this season, and Udinese.
Both Juventus and Napoli have a strong history of play-offs, and Roma will be hoping to go even further, as Inter have not won a match in the last ten years.
Finally, the Italian Cup will be on February 10th.
Alberto Palomino will be stepping into his role as the new coach of Juventus, after the retirement of Marco Verrati.
Palomino’s first task will be to get the club back on