Serie A is the top division in Italian football and among the most absorbing, competitive and prestigious domestic titles in the world.
Some of the most famous clubs on the planet are mainstays of Serie A and the names of Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Roma, Napoli and Fiorentina are known all over the globe.
The most successful club in the history of Serie A, which dates back in its existing form to 1929, are Juventus who have captured the league winner’s trophy, known as the Scudetto, on 32 occasions – including two before the competition took on its conventional round-robin format.
Famous for their black and white striped shirts, Juventus are nicknamed the ‘Old Lady of Turin’ and share their home city with another Serie A club, Torino.
Juventus have missed only one Serie A season since the opening 1929-30 campaign, when they were relegated in 2006 for their involvement in a corruption scandal before being promoted at the first attempt.
Inter Milan are the solitary club to have competed in all 85 Serie A seasons, while Roma join Juventus in having missed just one and AC Milan only two.
The Milan duo both play at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in the San Siro district of the city, likewise Roma and Lazio share the Stadio Olimpico in the capital and Genoa and Sampdoria use the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.
You have the chance to watch every single Serie A match throughout the course of a season via the live streaming services available with the online bookmakers, provided you have an account containing funds or have placed a bet within the preceding 24 hours.
It means that every week you can watch top-class players in action, including England goalkeeper Joe Hart who is on loan at Torino, strikers Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala and defender Leonardo Bonucci all of Juventus, and Inter Milan goal machine Mauro Icardi.