How to watch Serie A: Paramount+, CBS Sports Network unveil plans for opening weeks of Italian soccer season

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The Serie A season gets underway this weekend and CBS Sports and Paramount+ is your new home for calcio Italiano. Matteo Bonetti will serve as the CBS’s lead Serie A analyst and match commentator, providing both studio and match analysis throughout the season, while Andres Cordero will serve as lead play-by-play announcer for coverage across CBS Sports Network and Paramount+. Bonetti, Jo Ankier, Marco Messina and Fabrizio Romano will contribute to CBS Sports HQ‘s pregame, halftime and postgame studio coverage from Stamford, Connecticut, for the first two weeks of the season.

As for the talent on-pitch, the opening week pits Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma against Fiorentina and Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus away from home against Undinese on Sunday. You can catch the Juve match on CBS Sports Network and Paramount+. Every game this season will be available to stream via Paramount+.

The Portuguese manager has returned to Italy after his successful Inter Milan spell between 2008-10 when they won the UEFA Champions League and his return to calcio will be at Stadio Olimpico against a Viola side who saw Gennaro Gattuso leave after less than a month in charge this summer.  

The following weeks are where the first heavyweight clashes of the season really occur when in the third Napoli hosts Juventus and Milan hosts Lazio on the same weekend while Juve will host Milan the following week. The two Derby d’Italia dates are on Matchday 9 in late October with Inter at home to Juve and then Matchday 31 with the Bianconeri the hosts. As for the Derby della Madonnina between the two Milan clubs, Matchday 12 in early November sees champions Inter play the away role with the 24th matchday the return arrangement at San Siro.  

Craving even more coverage of Serie A? Listen below and follow ¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast where we take you beyond the pitch and around the globe for commentary, previews, recaps and more. 

The order of the fixtures after Matchday 2 is to be confirmed, but you can follow all of the Serie A action on the new home of Italian soccer right here. All the action kicks off on Aug. 21, on Paramount+ and CBS Sports. You can find the complete 380 matchups below and make sure to check out all the biggest rivalries to watch from this historic league.

Matchday 1

(All times U.S./Eastern)

Saturday, Aug. 21

Sunday, Aug. 22

Monday, Aug. 23

Matchday 2

(All times U.S./Eastern)

Friday, Aug. 27

  • Udinese vs. Venezia, 12:30 p.m. (Paramount+)  
  • Hellas Verona vs. Inter Milan, 2:45 p.m. (Paramount+)  

Saturday, Aug. 28

Sunday, Aug. 29

Matchday 3

Matchday 4

Matchday 5

Matchday 6

Matchday 7

Matchday 8

Matchday 9

Matchday 10

Matchday 11

Matchday 12

Matchday 13

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Matchday 18

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Matchday 20

Matchday 21

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Matchday 25

Matchday 26

Matchday 27

Matchday 28

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Matchday 30

Matchday 31

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Matchday 33

Matchday 34

Matchday 35

Matchday 36

Matchday 37

Matchday 38

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