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

Craig Hanson 6 months ago

Live action involving Inter Milan, AC Milan and Juventus is available to British football fans

The 2021-22 Serie A season is going to be thrilling. Can Inter Milan retain their title despite losing the likes of Achraf Hakimi and Romelu Lukaku? Will returning boss Massimiliano Allegri take Juventus back to the top? Will AC Milan take a step backwards from the great progress they made last season after losing talismanic goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma to PSG? Can Jose Mourinho revitalise his career and the performances of AS Roma? So many questions. There's only one way to find out, by watching Serie A on TV or online via live stream!

While Juventus boasts stars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Matthijs de Ligt, and Alvaro Morata, the rest of the league is full of exciting talent. Olivier Giroud and Fikayo Tomori, familiar to Chelsea fans, have arrived at AC Milan. Inter have snatched Hakan ÇalhanoฤŸlu from their city neighbours, former Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio has joined Roma, and a host of other signings are expected from the top teams in the league before the end of the window.

With Allegri returning at Juve, many expect them to be back in business after a lacklustre season under inexperienced coach Andrea Pirlo last term. You can never count out Jose Mourinho. The Portuguese masterminded Inter's famous treble a decade ago and it would be no surprise to see him pull off something special at Roma. Milan are going in the right direction and will hope that Zlatan Ibrahimovic can inspire them to do great things. Inter are having some financial trouble but still have a fantastic squad to choose from. it's a genuinely open title race in a league full of wonderful players, and you can watch it all in the UK with the touch of a few buttons.

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. Here's everything you need to know about how to watch Serie A in the UK.

How to watch Serie A live in the UK

British football fans can enjoy all that the Italian top flight has to offer on live TV or via live stream online. A major UK broadcaster has sealed the TV rights for the next three seasons and a popular online betting site has the rights to broadcast online via live stream. Here are the two options:

How to watch Serie A online via live stream with 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 Juventus and Inter, or the battle for European qualification involving teams like Atalanta, AC Milan and Roma, you can get access to all games all season online and on mobile.

Go to Bet 365 and to start streaming today.

How to watch Serie A on BT Sport on live TV or online

BT Sport is to be the exclusive broadcaster of Serie A in the UK and Ireland in a three-season deal, running through to 2024. You can watch every game on TV or via live stream and here's how you can join up and get started:

BT Sport have several packages available for new customers and several incredible deals on right now. Fans can get the Big Sport package which includes all BT Sport channels, all Sky Sports channels and now Eurosport. All of these are available via live streaming on the BT Sport app on mobile or desktop or the Now app (for Sky Sports). Big Sport is usually £40 a month but right now it's available for £1 a month for the first three months. Alternatively, there is the Sport package for £15 a month which includes all BT Sport channels plus Box Nation and is also of course available online via the app. For those potential customers who don't want a contract and need that flexibility, there is the £25 Monthly Pass which gives fans every BT Sport channel online and offline and even includes a free 12 month subscription to The Athletic. The monthly option can be cancelled at any time.

All packages include online viewing via the BT Sport app and/or Now app.

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