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How to watch Serie A online in 2022: how to live stream every game

How to watch Serie A online - the Official Serie A football on a pedestal
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Here's how to watch Serie A online in 2022 so you'll never miss a game.

Serie A is the top tier of Italian football, making it equal to the English Premier League, the Bundesliga in Germany, or La Liga in Spain. 

AC Milan is currently in the lead at the time of writing. The club sits at 71 points overall, just two points ahead of Inter Milan (on 69 points) and four ahead of the third-place team, Napoli (67 points).

We're now just a few weeks from the end of the season, here's how to watch Serie A online so you can follow the top-flight Italian league.

How to watch Serie A live anywhere in the world

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And it's a great way to watch Serie A football via your usual method from anywhere in the world.

How to watch Serie A online in the USA

Serie A's got a new home in the United States this season. CBS Sports secured the exclusive rights to broadcast Serie A, Coppa Italia, and the Supercoppa Italiana for the next three years earlier this year, so now you'll find Serie A soccer on Paramount Plus.

This deal will see over 400 Italian club matches airing exclusively on Paramount Plus, including all 380 games from Serie A. Select matches will also be televised on other CBS platforms, including CBS Sports Network.

Serie A isn't the only soccer competition you'll find on Paramount Plus. CBS already had the rights to the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, the NWSL, and Argentina's Liga Profesional de Futbol, among others. 

Alongside international football, you'll also find college basketball and football, golf, and the NFL on CBS.  That's on top of all the Paramount Plus Originals, films, and TV shows that are already available on the platform as well.

There are currently two plans Paramount Plus plans on offer: an ad-supported "Essential" plan that costs $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year (and does not include your local live CBS station). If you want to watch without ads and get access to your local CBS station, you can opt for the "Premium" plan which costs $9.99 a month (or $99.99 a year). This ad-free tier does not remove ads from live broadcasts, though.

How to watch Serie A online in the UK

Serie A has moved homes in the UK. BT Sport (opens in new tab) has the rights to the top Italian league for the next three seasons, meaning you'll find around 200 games of top Italian football every year exclusively available to watch on BT Sport until 2024.

There's a range of packages available depending on whether you get TV or broadband from BT. If you just want access to BT Sport, you can grab a monthly pass for £25. This is a rolling contract with no upfront fee and gets you 30 days' worth of access to all 5 BT Sport channels. 

This means you can get access to competitions including the UEFA Champions and Europa Leagues, the English Premier League the FA Cup, as well as Premiership Rugby, WWE, UFC, and the MotoGP.

Which teams are in Serie A this season?

Like the Premier League, the teams in Serie A change every season. Twenty teams take part in the league—the seventeen best teams from the last season alongside three new teams promoted up from Serie B, the second-best Italian soccer league.

Crotone, Benevento and Parma found themselves at the bottom of the league last season, so they were relegated to play in Serie B for the 2021/22 season.

The current twenty teams competing in Serie A are:

  • Atalanta
  • Bologna
  • Cagliari
  • Empoli (promoted)
  • Fiorentina
  • Genoa
  • Hellas Verona
  • Inter Milan
  • Juventus
  • Lazio
  • AC Milan
  • Napoli
  • Roma
  • Salernitana (promoted)
  • Sampdoria
  • Sassuolo
  • Spezia Calcio
  • Torino
  • Udinese
  • Venezia (promoted)

Upcoming Serie A fixtures

Below you'll find a list of upcoming Serie A matches, as well as where and when you can watch them in the US and UK. All fixtures and streaming locations are subject to change, and, if any information is missing, it will be added as soon as possible.

Please note: not all games will be televised in the UK

Wednesday, April 20

Udinese vs Salernitana - 12:45 pm EDT on Paramount+ / 5:45 pm UK time on BT Sport 3 HD

Saturday, April 23

Torino vs Spezia - 9 am EDT on Paramount+ / 2 pm UK time 

Venezia vs Atalanta - 9 am EDT on Paramount+ / 2 pm UK time

Inter Milan vs AS Roma - 12 pm EDT on Paramount+ / 5 pm UK time

Hellas Verona vs Sampdoria - 2:45 pm EDT on Paramount+ / 7:45 pm UK time

Sunday, April 24

Salernitana vs Fiorentina - 6:30 am EDT on Paramount+ / 11:30 UK time

Empoli vs Napoli - 9 am EDT on Paramount+ / 2 pm UK time

Bologna vs Udinese - 9 am EDT on Paramount+ / 2 pm UK time

Genoa vs Cagliari - 12 pm EDT on Paramount+ / 5 pm UK time

Lazio vs AC Milan - 2:45 pm EDT on Paramount+ / 7:45 pm UK time

Monday, April 25

Sassuolo vs Juventus - 2:45 pm EDT on Paramount+ / 7:45 pm UK time

Wednesday, April 27

Salernitana vs Venezia - 12 pm EDT on Paramount+ / 5 pm UK time

Fiorentina vs Udinese - 12 pm EDT on Paramount+ / 5 pm UK time

Atalanta vs Torino - 2:15 pm EDT on Paramount+ / 7:15 pm UK time

Bologna vs Inter Milan - 2:15 pm EDT on Paramount+ / 7:15 pm UK time

Martin Shore
Martin Shore

Martin is a Staff Writer with WhatToWatch.com, where he produces a variety of articles focused on the latest and greatest films and TV shows. 

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