Serie A 2022/23 Season Review Podcast: Glory for Napoli, loads of finals, even more kits

The football is finally over, and there is not long until it all starts up again. We're back with our review of the 2022/23 season in Italian football, in which the action simply refused to stop.


The 2022/23 season of Italian football has (finally) come to a close and it is fair to say it has been an entertaining one. We had a fourth different Serie A winner in four years, which was Napoli with their first title in 33 years.

There was also an additional relegation playoff at the end of the season which was not expected, as well as an Italian team featuring in all three of the major UEFA competition finals. They may have all lost, but it’s the taking part that really counts.

Napoli celebrate their 2022/23 Serie A title win. (@sscnapoli_br)

There were some incredible individual seasons for the likes of Victor Osimhen, Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, Ivan Provedel, Federico Dimarco and many more. We discuss them in our individual and combined Team’s of the Season as well as all of the action that went down over the past 10 months.

Conor Clancy is hosting what is our last free podcast until the 2023/34 season gets underway, which you can listen to here. He is joined by Kevin Pogozelski and Euan Burns.

You can also join us on, if you’re a fan of the pod, for €2, €5 or €10 a month and have access to bonus podcasts. This podcast is available on Acast and Spotify, but you can get it first here.


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