Watch Serie A live and get first month free with Premier Sports

Premier Sports is the home of live Serie A action in the UK and Ireland, with at least six fixtures of every round broadcast until the end of the 2020-21 season.

That means Juventus’ road to a possible eighth-consecutive Scudetto, the Champions League fight between Inter, Roma, Atalanta and Lazio and the relegation scramble at the foot of the table can all be seen, on TV and online through Premier Sports 1, Premier Sports 2, FreeSports and the Premier Player. Click here for more!

There’ll also be weekly highlights and preview shows, so keeping up with all the action from the peninsula couldn’t be easier.

Even as Juve run away at the top of the table, the rest of the 2018-19 season has a lot of questions left to answer – will Cristiano Ronaldo claim the Capocannoniere trophy in his first season in Italy? Will Roma get into the top four and the Champions League for next season, or will the Milan clubs round out the qualifiers with Juve and Napoli? And can Udinese avoid dropping into Serie B for the first time since the mid-1990s?

Premier Sports will broadcast Fiorentina vs. Inter, Lazio vs. Roma and Napoli vs. Juventus all by the beginning of March, with more choice fixtures to come as the season reaches its climactic period.

New customers subscribing to Premier Sports can get their first month free, while former Eleven Sports customers can also get their first month free and pay only £5.99 per month until July, when signing up with code ITALIA before March 31. Subscribing to Premier Sports costs £9.99 a month after the first month.

Serie A boasts the likes of Paulo Dybala, Lorenzo Insigne and Mauro Icardi playing week-in, week-out, and big-name Coaches Massimiliano Allegri, Carlo Ancelotti and Luciano Spalletti, to name just three. Future stars such as Nicolo Zaniolo also call Serie A home, with Premier Sports the best place to see the Roma starlet who has become the talk of world football.

Premier Sports also offers live action from the Dutch Eredivisie and the Scottish Cup, as well as PRO14 rugby, GAA, NHL and NASCAR.