Paramount+ will offer Italian-language commentary of Serie A games, starting with select matches during the opening weekend of coverage of the 2021/22 season.
For subscribers of Paramount+, an option will be available to choose the Italian language or English-language commentary of select games. The intention is that more games will be available in the native Italian-language as the season unfolds. All 380 games per season will be available in English-language.
Previously, RAI Italia held the Italian-language rights to games from Italy’s Serie A where those games were televised in Italian and made available throughout the United States to RAI Italia subscribers. With CBS Sports and Paramount+ acquiring the exclusive rights to Serie A for seasons 2021/22 through 2023/24, RAI Italia no longer has the rights to those games.
In addition to coverage of Serie A in English-language, Paramount+ will stream at least 25 Coppa Italia matches including all contests from the fourth knockout round on, and the Supercoppa Italiana match each year between the winners of Serie A and Coppa Italia. Select matches will be televised each year on CBS Sports linear platforms, including CBS Sports Network.
Paramount+ features more than 2,000 live matches each year. The extensive portfolio of soccer properties includes UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and UEFA Europa Conference League; NWSL; The Women’s Cup; Concacaf national team competitions (Men’s World Cup Qualifiers, Women’s World Cup Qualifiers, Men’s Nations League, and Women’s Nations League); Italy’s Serie A; Argentina’s Liga Profesional de Fútbol; Brazil’s Campeonato Brasileirão Série A; and AFC competitions (AFC Asian Qualifiers – Road to Qatar, AFC Champions League, AFC Women’s Asian Cup and AFC Asian Cup). Every Serie A match is streaming live on Paramount+. Try it free with a 7-day trial.
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CBS Sports Network, CBS Sports’ 24-hour cable channel which televises live sports programming throughout the year as well as a full slate of original programming and studio coverage, is available through all major cable, satellite and telco distributors as well as via OTT streaming service providers YouTube TV, fuboTV, DirecTV and Hulu. Additionally, a live CBS Sports Network stream is available through CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App with select providers.
Italy’s Serie A features some of the sport’s biggest stars including Cristiano Ronaldo, Weston McKennie, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Leonardo Bonucci and many more. Stream every match from Italy’s top soccer league live on Paramount+ and watch world-renowned clubs like Juventus, Inter Milan, AC Milan, AS Roma and Napoli.
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