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Monday July 1 2019
Date for Serie A fixtures confirmed

The fixtures for the 2019-20 Serie A campaign will be released on July 29-30.

A meeting held at Lega Serie A’s offices in Milan on Monday also confirmed the draw would take place at Sky Sport Italia’s studios - where it will also be broadcast - on one of the two days.

The new season will begin on the weekend of August 24-25 and conclude on May 23-24, with three midweek rounds.

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Friday June 14 2019
Supercoppa stripped from Saudi Arabia?

Saudi Arabia’s plans to host the next Supercoppa are up in the air after Serie A took legal action over TV piracy in the country, explains Anthony Harwood.

The next edition of the Italian Super Cup is set for August between Scudetto holders Juventus and Coppa Italia winners Lazio.

Luigi De Siervo, the new boss of the top Italian league, said illegal transmissions by the rogue channel BeoutQ were putting a third of its international TV rights, worth about €450m, at risk.

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Thursday May 9 2019
Fan experience app for Coppa Final

The Lega Serie A announced there will be a fan experience app for those present at the Coppa Italia Final between Atalanta and Lazio.

It will be played at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on May 15.

This app, which can be accessed via the stadium Wi-Fi network, allows fans to see replays, different camera angles and the Spidercam placed above the pitch.

The TIM Cup Finale 2019 Fan+ app has been designed by the Infront agency, and is not entirely new, because Serie A sides Genoa, Sampdoria and Udinese already offer it in their arenas.

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Thursday May 9 2019
Serie A 2019-20 logo unveiled

The Lega Serie A have unveiled the new logo for the tournament, which will be used from the 2019-20 season.

It takes the form of a diamond in blue with the letter A, with underneath the name of competition sponsors TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile).

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Thursday April 25 2019
Serie A 'strongly condemns' racism

Serie A says it ‘strongly condemns’ racism and has warned that it will ‘do everything in our power to counter such incidents.’

Lazio beat Milan 1-0 in the Coppa Italia semi-finals on Thursday, but their win was overshadowed by Tiemoue Bakayoko and Franck Kessie being racially abused before and during the match.

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Monday March 11 2019
Scaroni new Serie A councillor

Lega Serie A has elected Milan President Paolo Scaroni as its new councillor, replacing Rossoneri predecessor Marco Fassone.

Scaroni won the election with 13 votes, two more than what was required, and succeeds Fassone in the position.

The 72-year-old beat off competition from Roma’s Mauro Baldissoni, who came second with just five votes.

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Monday March 4 2019
'Italy stadia better than Gabon'

Lega Serie A chief Gaetano Micciche has rejected FIFA’s claims that Gabon have better stadia than Italy and ruled out talk of Scudetto playoffs.

FIFA President Gianni Infantino warned Italy last week that they were behind Gabon in terms of infrastructure, but Micciche has hit back. 

“I don’t know about stadiums in Gabon, but I don’t think we’re behind them,” he told Gr Parlamento.

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Monday February 4 2019
'Serie A could revert to 18 teams'

Serie A chief Gaetano Micciche has challenged Milan and Inter to rival Juventus for the Scudetto and confirmed the top flight could be reduced to 18 teams.

Serie A was enlarged to 20 teams in 2004 but has recently faced calls to be reduced back to 18 sides for the purpose of making the League more competitive, while a Milan club has not won Serie A since 2011 – when Max Allegri’s Rossoneri were crowned champions.

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Wednesday January 16 2019
Micciche' hails 'historic' Supercoppa

Lega Serie A President Gaetano Miccichè maintains the first Supercoppa to be staged in Saudi Arabia was “an historic event.”

Juventus beat Milan in Jeddah thanks to a Cristiano Ronaldo glancing header this evening.

“We hope it can be the first international trophy Juventus can win this season, that is what we hope for them and for Italian football,” Miccichè told Rai Sport.

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Monday January 14 2019
Confirmed: Genoa-Milan change stays

The Italian government has confirmed that the Serie A match between Genoa and Milan on January 21 will remain a 15:00 CET (14:00 GMT) kick-off.

It was confirmed last week that the Marassi fixture would be rescheduled from its earlier kick-off time of 21:00 CET (20:00 GMT) for reasons of public safety.

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