If you’re trying to find where to watch Serie A on US TV, you’ve come to the right place.
Last updated: May 14, 2020
Although the Serie A doesn’t have the amount of fans as England’s Premier League or Spain’s La Liga, there are still plenty of Italian soccer fans here in America. Clubs such as Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Napoli and AS Roma have a very significant following around the world. In fact, two Italian clubs (Juventus and Milan) rank in the top 10 of Facebook “likes” among soccer clubs worldwide. Here in the US, there are multiple ways to get your Italian soccer fix.
Where to watch Serie A on US TV
ESPN+ will stream an average of nine matches live each week (more than 340 matches in total) from August through May, while ESPN networks will televise a Serie A Match of the Week on ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNEWS, while some 40 matches will also be televised in Spanish on ESPN Deportes.
In addition, approximately 3-4 games will be televised each weekend in Italian on RAI Italia, which is available through the streaming service fuboTV.
Meanwhile, select Serie B games are streamed live and on-demand via DAZN.
If you have questions about where to watch Serie A on US TV, let us know in the comments section below.
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Avid radio listeners can tune into channel 85 on SiriusXM to find Serie A coverage, both for live matches and weekly commentary of the Italian league. AS Roma fans can also check out Roma Radio on the TuneIn app.
Finally, if you want to interact with fellow soccer fans while watching your favorite Italian club’s matches you could always find a local pub in or near your area. Many club websites provide a list of official sports bars here in America which show most, if not all, of that team’s matches (Note: If you happen to be in New York City, Smithfield Hall airs many Serie A games).
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