The Serie A fixtures for the 2022-23 season have been released and champions AC Milan will start off the new season against Udinese at San Siro while Inter Milan will play against Lecce in their opening game of the season on Aug. 14. Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma will open away from home against Salernitana.
Fans will only need to wait five matchdays to experience the first Milan derby, which will take place on September 4. Inter Milan and Juventus will meet on the weekend of November 5, which means we’ll get Romelu Lukaku vs. Paul Pogba.
With the World Cup being played during the season, there will be a seven week break for the World Cup. The final matches before the World Cup break will take place on November 12-13 and then the teams will return to the field for Wednesday, January 4, skipping the holiday season.
In addition to the seven-week FIFA World Cup break, there are two international FIFA fixture windows between Sept. 19-27, 2022 and March 20-28, 2023.
In order to get the season completed by June 4 there will be four midweek matchdays this season:
- Wednesday, Aug. 31
- Wednesday, Nov. 9
- Wednesday, Jan. 4
- Wednesday, May 3
- Milan Derby; September 4 and February 5 2023
- Derby d’Italia: November 6 and March 19, 2023
- Turin Derby: October 16 and February 26, 2023
- Derby della Capitale: October 23 and March 19, 2023
Serie A Matchday 1 Fixtures
- Fiorentina vs. Cremonese
- Hellas Verona vs. Napoli
- Juventus vs. Sassuolo
- Lazio vs. Bologna
- Lecce vs. Inter Milan
- AC Milan vs. Udinese
- Monza vs. Torino
- Salernitana vs. AS Roma
- Sampdoria vs. Atalanta
- Spezia vs. Empoli