Serie A 2022/23 – Matchday 10: Fixtures, kick-off times and where to watch on TV and online

Serie A is back for Matchday 10 and there is a historic derby to look forward to.


Serie A Matchday 10 has got some intriguing matches lined up for watching fans, the primary game surely being the Derby della Mole between Torino and Juventus on Saturday evening.

The big teams are coming off the back of a set of European fixtures which could affect them at the weekend. In a minor tweak from recent weeks, there will be three Saturday games, five on the Sunday, and then two Monday night fixtures.

Empoli and Monza get us underway on Saturday afternoon, whilst Sunday night sees AC Milan travel to face Hellas Verona. Lecce and Fiorentina close the action on Monday night.

AS Roma celebrate against Lecce in Serie A (@ASRoma_En)

Serie A 2022/23 – Matchday 10 kick-off times

DateFixtureLocalUK (BST)US (EST)US (PST)
Saturday, October 15Empoli v Monza15:0014:0009:0006:00
Saturday, October 15Torino v Juventus18:0017:0012:0009:00
Saturday, October 15Atalanta v Sassuolo20:4519:4514:4511:45
Sunday, October 16Inter v Salernitana12:3011:3006:3003:30
Sunday, October 16Lazio v Udinese15:0014:0009:0006:00
Sunday, October 16Spezia v Cremonese15:0014:0009:0006:00
Sunday, October 16Napoli v Bologna18:0017:0012:0009:00
Sunday, October 16Verona v AC Milan20:4519:4514:4511:45
Monday, October 17Sampdoria v AS Roma18:3017:3012:3009:30
Monday, October 17Lecce v Fiorentina20:4519:4514:4511:45

Where to watch Serie A in the USA?

In the United States, every Serie A game in 2022/23 can be seen on Paramount+, including the standout fixtures of Serie A Matchday 10.

Where to watch Serie A in the UK and Ireland?

Fans of Italian football in the United Kingdom can tune in to watch Serie A fixtures in 2022/23 on BT Sport – both on television and streaming platforms, meaning games can be accessed on or on the BT Sport app.

Torino v Juventus can be seen on BT Sport 1, as will Atalanta v Sassuolo.

BT Sport 1 will also be the channel for Hellas Verona v AC Milan on Sunday night.


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