Serie A schedule 2021-22, standings, odds

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Can Weston McKennie and Juve reclaim the scudetto? Will Milan rival reigning Inter? Will USMNT youngsters Gianluca Busio and Tanner Tessmann make a splash at Venezia?

Serie A’s schedule shows the world when some of the oldest and most heated rivalries in football will be staged in the 2020-21 season, which looks plenty congested after a late start of Sept. 20.

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2021-22 Serie A standings, table

Serie A schedule


2021-22 Serie A schedule, fixture list

Week 1 

Inter Milan 4-0 Genoa
Verona 2-3 Sassuolo
Empoli 1-3 Lazio
Torino 1-2 Atalanta
Udinese 2-2 Juventus
Bologna 3-2 Salernitana
Roma 3-1 Fiorentina
Napoli 2-0 Venezia
Cagliari 2-2 Spezia
Sampdoria 0-1 AC Milan

Week 2

Udinese 3-0 Venezia
Verona 1-3 Inter Milan
Lazio 6-1 Spezia
Atalanta 0-0 Bologna
Fiorentina 2-1 Torino
Juventus 0-1 Empoli
Genoa 1-2 Napoli
Sassuolo 0-0 Sampdoria
Salernitana 0-4 Roma
AC Milan 2-0 Cagliari

Week 3

Empoli 1-2 Venezia
Napoli 2-1 Juventus
Atalanta 1-2 Fiorentina
Sampdoria 2-2 Inter Milan
Cagliari 2-3 Genoa
Torino 4-0 Salernitana
Spezia 0-1 Udinese
AC Milan 2-0 Lazio
Roma 2-1 Sassuolo — Mourinho wins in 1000th game
Bologna vs Verona — 2:45pm ET Monday


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Week 4 — Sept. 17-20

Sassuolo vs Torino — 2:45pm ET Sept. 17
Genoa vs Fiorentina — 9am ET Sept. 18
Inter Milan vs Bologna — Noon ET Sept. 18
Salernitana vs Atalanta — 2:45pm ET Sept. 18
Empoli vs Sampdoria — 6:30am ET Sept. 19
Venezia vs Spezia — 9am ET Sept. 19
Lazio vs Cagliari — Noon ET Sept. 19
Verona vs Roma — Noon ET Sept. 19
Juventus vs AC Milan — 2:45pm ET Sept. 19
Udinese vs Napoli — 2:45pm ET Sept. 20

Week 5 — Sept. 21-23

Bologna vs Genoa — 12:30pm ET Sept. 21
Fiorentina vs AC Milan — 2:45pm ET Sept. 21
Atalanta vs Sassuolo — 2:45pm ET Sept. 21
Spezia vs Juventus — 12:30pm ET Sept. 22
Salernitana vs Verona — 12:30pm ET Sept. 22
AC Milan vs Venezia — 2:45pm ET Sept. 22
Cagliari vs Empoli — 2:45pm ET Sept. 22
Sampdoria vs Napoli — 12:30pm ET Sept. 23
Torino vs Lazio — 12:30pm ET Sept. 23
Roma vs Udinese — 2:45pm ET Sept. 23

Week 6 — Sept. 25-28

Spezia vs AC Milan — 9am ET Sept. 25
Inter Milan vs Atalanta — Noon ET Sept. 25
Genoa vs Verona — 2:45pm ET Sept. 25
Juventus vs Sampdoria — 6:30am ET Sept. 26
Udinese vs Fiorentina — 9am ET Sept. 26
Sassuolo vs Salernitana — 9am ET Sept. 26
Empoli vs Bologna — 9am ET Sept. 26
Lazio vs AS Roma — Noon ET Sept. 26
Napoli vs Cagliari — 2:45pm ET Sept. 26
Venezia vs Torino — 2:45pm ET Sept. 27

Week 7 — Oct. 1-3

Cagliari vs Venezia — 2:45pm ET Oct. 1
Salernitana vs Genoa — 9am ET Oct. 2
Torino vs Juventus — Noon ET Oct. 2
Sassuolo vs Inter Milan — 2:45pm ET Oct. 2
Bologna vs Lazio — 6:30am ET Oct. 3
Verona vs Spezia — 9am ET Oct. 3
Sampdoria vs Udinese — 9am ET Oct. 3
Fiorentina vs Napoli — Noon ET Oct. 3
Roma vs Empoli — Noon ET Oct. 3
Atalanta vs AC Milan — 2:45pm ET Oct. 3


— International break —


Derby della Madonnina

AC Milan v Inter Milan — Nov. 7
Inter Milan v AC Milan — Feb. 6, 2022

Derby della Mole

Torino v Juventus — Oct. 3
Juventus v Torino — Feb. 20, 2022

Derby della Capitale

Lazio v Roma — Sept. 26
Roma v Lazio — March 20, 2022

Derby del Sole

Roma v Napoli — Oct. 24
Napoli v Roma — April 16, 2022

Derby dell’Appennino

Bologna v Fiorentina — Dec. 5
Fiorentina v Bologna — March 13, 2022

Derby della Lanterna

Genoa v Sampdoria — Dec. 12
Sampdoria v Genoa — May 1, 2022