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How to watch Serie A on TV and via live online stream

We go over options of how to watch Serie A matches live in the US on TV and streaming services.

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Italy’s domestic league gets underway with their 2021-22 season on Saturday, August 21 with four matches on the slate. The rest of the matches will continue through Sunday and Monday to complete match day 1.

If you’re looking for Serie A on TV in the US, you may be able to find a few select matches here and there across CBS Sports channels, but where you’ll really find the bulk of them is on their streaming service Paramount+. They show a huge amount of soccer, with UEFA Champions League, Europa League, NWSL, and plenty more in addition to Serie A coverage. If you’re not already signed up for their service, they offer reasonable prices with plans starting at $4.99 per month with a free trial option included as well.

Inter Milan will look to win their second-straight title, and their 20th overall, after snapping Juventus’ nine-year streak of winning the championship last season. Juve has won 36 Serie A titles overall and will also look to get back on top this season. Inter just lost their leading scorer Romelu Lukaku after sending him to EPL side Chelsea in a blockbuster move, and they’ll be eager to bring someone in to replace him and the copious amount of goals he scores. With that in mind, Juventus is favored to win the league with Inter Milan right on their heels. Cristiano Ronaldo is gearing up for another season with Juve — the last of his four-year deal he signed with the club back in 2018. He won the Golden Boot honors for the first time in Serie A last year, knocking in 29 goals overall.