Serie A 2022/23 – Matchday 15: Fixtures, kick-off times and where to watch on TV and online

The last set of Serie A fixtures of 2022 is here as the winter break is upon us, and there is plenty to tune in for this weekend.


Serie A Matchday 15 is the last of 2022, with the Qatar World Cup forcing an extended mid-season break for Europe’s top leagues. Winter will be long for fans of Italian football without having Italy at the World Cup, but there are some good Serie A fixtures on the final weekend before the stop.

After a midweek Matchday 14 that saw AC Milan, AS Roma and Atalanta all drop points, those sides will be looking to bounce back but tricky fixtures await. AC Milan take on Fiorentina, AS Roma host Torino, and Atalanta welcome Inter to Bergamo.

The weekend comes to a close on Sunday night with a fascinating game as Lazio travel to Turin to face Juventus.

Inter players celebrate a goal against Bologna in Serie A. [@Inter_en]

Serie A 2022/23 – Matchday 15 kick-off times

DateFixtureLocal (CET)UK (GMT)US (ET)US (PT)
Fri, Nov 11Empoli v Cremonese20:4519:4514:4511:45
Sat, Nov 12Napoli v Udinese15:0014:0009:0006:00
Sat, Nov 12Sampdoria v Lecce18:0017:0012:0009:00
Sat, Nov 12Bologna v Sassuolo20:4519:4514:4511:45
Sun, Nov 13Atalanta v Inter12:3011:3006:3003:30
Sun, Nov 13AS Roma v Torino15:0014:0009:0006:00
Sun, Nov 13Monza v Salernitana15:0014:0009:0006:00
Sun, Nov 13Verona v Spezia15:0014:0009:0006:00
Sun, Nov 13AC Milan v Fiorentina18:0017:0012:0009:00
Sun, Nov 13Juventus v Lazio20:4519:4514:4511:45

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 15.

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.

If you’re in the mood for some Friday night football, you can find Empoli v Cremonese on BT Sport 8, which is behind the red button, ahead of the majority of the Serie A fixtures over the weekend.

Atalanta v Inter kicks off the Sunday fixtures on BT Sport 2, AS Roma v Torino follows on that same channel, before a swith over to BT Sport 1 will see you through the rest of the evening for AC Milan v Fiorentina and Juventus v Lazio.


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