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 11 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.
- Napoli coach Carlo Ancelotti sacked on Tuesday 10 December 2019 and replaced by Gennaro Gattuo on Wednesday 11 December.
- Fiorentina coach Vincenzo Montella sacked on 21 December 2019 and replaced by Giuseppe Iachini on 23 December 2019.
- Genoa coach Thiago Motta sacked on 28 December 2019 and replaced by Davide Nicola on 28 December 2019.
- Torino coach Walter Mazzarri sacked on Tuesday 4 February 2020 and replaced by Moreno Longo on 4 February 2020.
- Brescia coach Eugenio Corini sacked on Wednesday 5 February 2020 and replaced by Diego Lopez on 5 February 2020.
Italy Serie A Teams 2019-20 / Stadiums/ Coaches
|Atalanta||Bergamo||Gewiss Stadium||21,300||🇮🇹 Gian Piero Gasperini|
|Bologna||Bologna||Stadio Renato Dall’Ara||38,279||🇭🇷 Sinisa Mihajlovic|
|Brescia||Brescia||Stadio Mario Rigamonti||16,743||🇮🇹 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.|
|Cagliari||Cagliari||Sardegna Arena||16,233||🇮🇹 Rolando Maran|
|Fiorentina||Florence||Stadio Artemio Franchi||43,147||🇮🇹 Vincenzo Montella was sacked on 21 December 2019 and replaced by Giuseppe Iachini on 23 December.|
|Genoa||Genoa||Stadio Luigi Ferraris||36,685||🇮🇹 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|
|Hellas Verona||Verona||Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi||39,211||🇭🇷 Ivan Juric|
|Internazionale||Milan||San Siro||80,018||🇮🇹 Antonio Conte|
|Juventus||Turin||Allianz Stadium||41,507||🇮🇹 Maurizio Sarri|
|Lazio||Rome||Stadio Olimpico||72,698||🇮🇹 Simone Inzaghi|
|Lecce||Lecce||Stadio Via del Mare||33,876||🇮🇹 Fabio Liverani|
|Milan||Milan||San Siro||80,018||🇮🇹 Marco Giampaolo sacked on 8 Oct and replaced by Stefano Pioli on 9 October.|
|Napoli||Naples||Stadio San Paolo||60,240||🇮🇹 Carlo Ancelotti sacked on 10 December 2019 and replaced by Gennaro Gattuso on 11 December.|
|Parma||Parma||Stadio Ennio Tardini||27,906||🇮🇹 Roberto D’Aversa|
|Roma||Rome||Stadio Olimpico||72,698||🇵🇹Paulo Fonseca|
|Sampdoria||Genoa||Stadio Luigi Ferraris||36,685||🇮🇹 Eusebio Di Francesco mutual consent leaving on 7 October and replaced by Claudio Ranieri on 12 October|
|Sassuolo||Sassuolo||Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore (Reggio Emilia)||23,717||🇮🇹 Roberto De Zerbi|
|SPAL||Ferrara||Stadio Paolo Mazza||16,164||🇮🇹 Leonardo Semplici|
|Torino||Turin||Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino||27,994||🇮🇹 Walter Mazzarri sacked on 4 February 2020 and replaced by Moreno Longo on 4 February 2020.|
|Udinese||Udine||Stadio Friuli||25,132||🇭🇷 Igor Tudor sacked on 1 November 2019. Interim Coach is Luca Gotti.|
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