There were quite a few upsets in the Second Round of the Coppa Italia, including early exits for Empoli, Novara, Venezia, Parma, Pro Vercelli and Virtus Entella.
The first round of the Coppa Italia took place this weekend with the likes of Vicenza, Albinoleffe, Lecce and Alessandria going through, but Livorno needed penalties.
The 2017-18 Coppa Italia has officially kicked off with Triestina beating Arezzo to reach the Second Round and the other fixtures are on Sunday.
The draw has been made for this season’s Coppa Italia, with a potential Milan derby in the quarter-final.
The Lega Serie A has officially confirmed next season’s schedule, with no Christmas break.
The Coppa Italia Final has been moved from May 27 to May 9, 2018, allowing the Italy squad to prepare earlier for the World Cup.
The dates for next season’s Coppa Italia have been confirmed with the final scheduled for May 27.
Andrea Barzagli won all six of the Serie A titles with Juventus and looks back over “an extraordinary journey,” but forward to the Champions League.
Paulo Dybala celebrates the sixth consecutive Scudetto and looked ahead to the Champions League Final. “We want it with all our hearts.”
Max Allegri warned Juventus “have reached such a high level that we must confront our ideas on how to maintain that,” as his future is uncertain.