Serie A 2022-23 fixtures: Rough start and finish for Milan

The full Serie A fixture list has been drawn up for the 2022-23 season, opening on August 13 with VeronaNapoli and Lecce-Inter, closing on June 4 with Milan-Verona, Torino-Inter and UdineseJuventus.

The entire calendar is visible on the Liveblog.

We begin early and end late, with a large gap from November 13 to January 4 to make way for the 2022 World Cup.

The campaign kicks off on the weekend of August 13 and Milan will have a rough start, hosting Udinese before immediately visiting their old foes Atalanta.

Week 5 is the first major crossroads of the season, including Milan-Inter, Lazio-Napoli, Fiorentina-Juventus and Udinese-Roma.

Week 7 sees the reigning champions welcome Napoli to San Siro, while Roma-Atalanta is a tasty fixture, followed by Inter-Roma and Atalanta-Fiorentina in Week 8 and Milan-Juventus in Week 9.

The closing weeks are also particularly fiery, especially Week 34, which will be on the weekend of May 7.

That round has Atalanta-Juventus, Milan-Lazio, Roma-Inter and Napoli-Fiorentina.

The final round has Milan at home to Hellas Verona, while Inter visit Torino, Juventus are in Udine and Roma welcome Spezia.

Week 1

August 14 2022

Fiorentina-Cremonese

Juventus-Sassuolo

Lazio-Bologna

Lecce-Inter

Milan-Udinese

Monza-Torino

Salernitana-Roma

Sampdoria-Atalanta

Spezia-Empoli

Verona-Napoli

2 Comments on “Serie A 2022-23 fixtures: Rough start and finish for Milan”

  1. As per usual Inter have got the easiest draw out of the big sides. Just like VAR. Credit to Don Beppe for his astute transfer dealings, and full control of the VAR room.

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