Serie A TV Rights 2018-21: ESPN Will Broadcast the Italian League

The Serie A will be watchable on the ESPN channels. The U.S.-based global pay television sports channel owned by ESPN Inc. have reached an exclusive multi-year rights agreement.

In the period 2018-21, more than 340 Serie A matches per season will be broadcasted by ESPN+, an average of nine live matches each week from August through May.

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The ESPN networks will also televise a Serie A TIM Match of the Week. ESPN Deportes will stream the Match of the Week for the Spanish speakers as well.

Juventus, RomaMilan, Inter and the other teams of the Italian Serie A TIM will, therefore, land on the ESPN channels soon. The platform will provide exclusive content to the Italian fans residing in the USA and to the football lovers eager to watch Cristiano Ronaldo, Dzeko, Icardi, Higuain, and several other top stars that are populating the Italian league.

Coverage of the 2018-19 Serie A TIM season will begin Saturday, August 18, with the league’s opening match, Chievo Verona vs. Juventus, airing on ESPN+ (12 p.m. ET). Roma, instead, will debut against Torino in a very tough away match for Di Francesco‘s men. The match will take place at the Stadio delle Alpi on August 19, 2018, at (12 p.m. ET).

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