HOW TO ARRIVE AT SAN SIRO STADIUM San Siro Stadium (also known as Giuseppe Meazza Stadium) Via Piccolomini 5 20151 Milan, Italy Located about 5 Km from the center of Milano. Popular Train routes and approximate traveling time. I suggest you arrive to the train station 1 hour in advance in case of full schedule, or long line, or if you are carrying heavy suitcases. Hey, anyway, you will have a fun time at the train station listening Italian and grab a cup of espresso and a panino.
The 2019 / 2020 Italian Serie A starts on Saturday 24 August 2019 and will end on Sunday 24 May 2020. This will be the 118th season. The three teams promoted from Serie B to the Serie A are Brescia, Lecce, and Hellas Verona. Juventus is the defending champion winner of the 2018 / 2019 Serie A Scudetto.
Update: There are 12 Coaches changes this 2019 – 2020 season.
Sampdoria coach Eusebio Di Francesco sacked on 7 October 2019 and replaced by Claudio Ranieri on 12 October 2019.
AC Milan coach Marco Giampaolo sacked and replaced by Stefano Pioli on 9 October 2019.
Genoa coach Aurelio Andreazzoli sacked on 21 October 2019 and replaced by Thiago Motta on 21 October 2019.
Udinese coach Igor Tudor sacked on 1 November 2019, Interim coach will be Luca Gotti.
Brescia coach Eugenio Corini sacked on November 3 and replaced by Fabio Grosso on November 5, 2019.
Brescia Coach Fabio Grosso sacked on 2 December 2019 and replaced by Eugenio Corini (rehired) on 2 December.
🇮🇹 Eugenio Corini sacked on November 3 and replaced by Fabio Grosso on November 5, 2019. Fabio Grosso sacked on 2 December 2019 and replaced by Eugenio Corini rehired on 2 December 2019. Corini was sacked again on 5 February and replaced by Diego Lopez on 5 February 2020.
🇮🇹 Rolando Maran was sacked on Tuesday 3 March 2020 and replaced by Coach Walter Zenga on 3 March 2020. Zenga sacked on 2 August and replaced by Coach Eusebio Di Francesco on 3 August 2020.
Stadio Artemio Franchi
🇮🇹 Vincenzo Montella was sacked on 21 December 2019 and replaced by Giuseppe Iachini on 23 December.
Stadio Luigi Ferraris
🇮🇹 Aurelio Andreazzoli sacked and replaced by Thiago Motta on 21 October. Thiago Motta sacked on 28 December 2019 and replaced by Davide Nicola on 28 December 2019
Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi
🇭🇷 Ivan Juric
🇮🇹 Antonio Conte
🇮🇹 Maurizio Sarri
🇮🇹 Simone Inzaghi
Stadio Via del Mare
🇮🇹 Fabio Liverani
🇮🇹 Marco Giampaolo sacked on 8 Oct and replaced by Stefano Pioli on 9 October.
Stadio San Paolo
🇮🇹 Carlo Ancelotti sacked on 10 December 2019 and replaced by Gennaro Gattuso on 11 December.
Stadio Ennio Tardini
🇮🇹 Roberto D’Aversa
Stadio Luigi Ferraris
🇮🇹 Eusebio Di Francesco mutual consent leaving on 7 October and replaced by Claudio Ranieri on 12 October
Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore (Reggio Emilia)
🇮🇹 Roberto De Zerbi
Stadio Paolo Mazza
🇮🇹 Leonardo Semplici
Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
🇮🇹 Walter Mazzarri sacked on 4 February 2020 and replaced by Moreno Longo on 4 February 2020.
🇭🇷 Igor Tudor sacked on 1 November 2019. Interim Coach is Luca Gotti.
Torino Football Club sacking Coach Walter Mazzarri on Tuesday 4 February 2020. Mazzarri was appointed on 4 January 2018. The decision to fire Mazzarri is followed after two bad defeats: Serie A Week 21, Torino 0 – 7 Atalanta and Serie A Week 22, Lecce 4 – 0 Torino. The new Coach will be former Frosinone Coach Moreno Longo who is also an a former Torino defender. Longo led Frosinone to promotion to Serie A in 2018.
👉 Mazzarri leaving Torino in the 12th position with 27 points up to Serie A Week 22 with 8 wins, 3 lost, and 11 defeats, 26 goals in favor, 39 goals against with a negative goal difference of -13.
The announcement appeared on Torino FC Official website:
“President Ubrano Cairo and coach Walter Mazzarri, after a thorough analysis of the current situation, have decided to end their professional relationship.
Torino Football Club announces therefore the consensual resolution of Walter Mazzarri’s contract. The Club wishes to thank the coach and all of his staff for the commitment, fairness, and professionalism shown in these last two years.”