How to watch Serie A in the UK: Watch your favourite Italian clubs live via Live Stream and on TV

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Live Serie A matches involving Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan and other giants are now at your fingertips.

The 2020-21 Serie A season could finally bring about the end of Juventus' domination, with the likes of AC Milan, Inter Milan and Atalanta putting forward the greatest challenge I Bianconeri has faced in a decade. 

Antonio Conte's Inter side features many big names including several familiar faces to from these shores such as Romelu Lukaku, Christian Eriksen and Ashley Young. On the red side of Milan, the resurgent Zlatan Ibrahimovic has galvanised a young, hungry squad aided by the arrival of loanees Diogo Dalot and Fikayo Tomori from Manchester United and Chelsea respectively. Relative newbies to the upper end of the table, Atalanta, continue to keep more traditionally big teams Roma, Lazio and others at bay as they make another credible effort to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.

It's not just the big boys worth watching every week in Italy either. Want to see how former Cardiff City midfielder Gary Medel is getting on? Check out Bologna. Remember the giant Andreas Cornelius who also had a spell at The Bluebirds? He's on loan at Parma. Believe it or not, you can watch iconic Frenchman Franck Ribéry at Fiorentina, and of course Premier League winner Edin Dzeko is never too far away from goalmouth action in a Roma shirt.

Genuine title race worth following? Check. Several British players plying their trade abroad? Check. Abundance of high profile Premier League players switching allegiances to top Italian clubs? Check.

So with your pizza ordered, perhaps a bottle of Peroni in hand, get ready to enjoy all that the Italian top flight has to offer. How? Sporticos is here to explain everything you need to know about how to watch Serie A in the UK.

How to watch Serie A live in the UK

Where traditional channels like BT Sport and Sky may let you down, there are plenty of other services ready to step in and be your source of Italian football action each week and each month.

Bet 365:

With Bet 365 you can watch all Serie A fixtures via their live streaming service on their website and mobile app. Just click the video icon next to the match of your choosing and you are away. As well as offering live coverage, Bet 365 also provide up-to-date stats so you can keep up with the action every step of the way. Whether you get your kicks from top-of-the-table clashes between AC Milan and Inter, or the more modest pursuits of Roma, Parma, Bologna or Fiorentina, you can get access to all games all season online and on mobile.

Go to Bet 365 via this link and to start streaming.

Premier Sports

With Premier Sports, you can watch Serie A matches through their TV and online packages. Sky customers can get coverage of Italian football and much more from the world of sport for £10.99 per month. As well as the two main channels, fans can make the most of LaLigaTV and Box Nation as a bonus. Similar packages are available to Virgin Media customers.

Premier Sports 1 & 2

Several Serie A fixtures can be seen every week on Premier Sports' flagship TV channel. Along with Premier Sports 2, this is the place to be to watch the likes of AC Milan and Inter Milan try to knock Ronaldo and Juventus off their lofty perch. Games from across the Scudetto are available for the 2020/21 season with big games coming in thick and fast so don't miss out.

Live Stream

You can also use their live streaming service, Premier Player, to watch Serie A games on the go. This can be included free in Sky packages or bought as a standalone online package. The likes of Juventus, Inter Milan, Atalanta and other greats of Serie A have never been easier to see.

Free Sports

Free Sports is a great way to enjoy some quality Serie A football absolutely free without an extra subscription.

Serie A games are available to existing customers of BT, Sky, Virgin, Talk Talk and even on Freeview. Check out Sky TV channel 422, Virgin 553, channel 64 on BT, Talk Talk and Freeview.

You can even stream Serie A matches on their Free Sports Player. Granted they don't offer quite as many fixtures as Premier Sports, or especially Bet 365, but check out their TV listings to see what free gems you may be able to catch from the world of Serie A.

Live Score

Fans of Ronaldo et al may also consider Live Score as a very convenient option for following all the drama of the 2020/21 league season. As well as allowing viewers to watch selected matches via live stream, Live Score also provides a service for real time data from a wide array of sports, including your favourite football from the Champions League to the Europa League and much more. Just download the app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store to follow scores and look out for a TV icon next to any match in order to live stream it. This feature is only available to mobile and tablet users in the UK and Ireland.

Everything you need to know about Serie A

You can stay up-to-date with everything going on in Italy every month by using Sporticos' dedicated Serie A page. There you will find information on legal sources of live streaming, as well as data on how to watch the Scudetto on live TV. There are links to trusted streams and broadcasters. If you want to keep up with the Milan clubs' attempts to dethrone Juventus, this is the place to start.

Prediction: Who will win Serie A? Who will reach the top four?

The Old Lady hasn't looked this vulnerable in a long time. Fierce competition from Inter Milan and AC Milan will be causing a lot of sleepless nights for coach Andrea Pirlo. Despite that, we see Juventus having a strong run-in, making up a lot of ground and snatching victory from the jaws of defeat. We also believe Roma will gain momentum in the business end of the season and pip Atalanta to fourth. Stream Serie A to find out.

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