Serie A 2021 2022 calendar streaming and live TV: where to see the draw live
Where to see the draw of the Serie A 2021 2022 calendar in streaming and on live TV? A new season of great football is about to begin. The kick-off of the next Serie A is set for the weekend of 21-22 August and the conclusion on 22 May 2022. But where to see the draw of the Serie A calendar scheduled for today, Wednesday 14 July 2021? Here is all the information in detail.
The draw takes place today, 14 July 2021, at 18.30. Sky will follow him live with commentary in the studio and hot analysis on Sky Sport 24 and Sky Sport Calcio channels.
Schedule Serie A 2021 2022 live streaming
To broadcast the draw in streaming today from 18.30 is DAZN, the platform that this year will broadcast all 10 Serie A matches in turn, 7 of which are absolutely exclusive and 3 are also visible on Sky. Anyone who is not a DAZN subscriber can still follow it all for free through the official social accounts and the Serie A YouTube channel. NOW subscribers can connect to Sky Sport 24 and Sky Sport Calcio.
The new Serie A will start on the weekend of 21-22 August and will end on 22 May 2022. There will be a total of five midweek rounds, Wednesday 22 September, Wednesday 27 October, Wednesday 1 December, Wednesday 22 December and Thursday 6 January. As for the stops for national matches, stop on 5 September 2021, 10 October 2021, 14 November 2021, 30 January 2022 and 27 March 2022, while instead on 26 December 2021 and 2 January 2022 the teams Serie A will not take the field for the Christmas break.
The criteria for the draw of the calendar
We’ve seen where to stream the Serie A 2021 2022 calendar draw live, but what are the criteria? The main novelty concerns the second round matches in a different order, both as a sequence and as a composition within a day, compared to the first leg. In addition, derbies cannot be scheduled on the first and last day and the derby will have to take place on different days. Ban on big matches (between Atalanta, Inter, Juventus, Lazio, Milan, Naples and Rome, in addition to the derbies in Genoa, Milan, Rome, Turin and those from Tuscany and Campania) in midweek rounds, in addition to the ban on repeating matches already played at before and on the last day in the last leagues and the one for the challenges between the teams participating in the cups after a European round. The last constraint concerns the alternation between Empoli-Fiorentina and Napoli-Salernitana for the home matches, while Inter, Milan and Juventus will have to play away from home on the seventh first leg to coincide with the semi-finals of the UEFA Nations League.