Football, Serie A

Football, Serie A

Football: Serie A season to start on Sep 19

Football: Serie A season to start on Sep 19

4/8/2020 12:38:00 AM

Football : Serie A season to start on Sep 19

The next Serie A season will start on Sept. 19, one week later than originally planned, the Italian league said in a statement on Monday.

AdvertisementAdvertisementThe 2019-2020 season ended on Sunday, having been interrupted for three months between March and June by of the coronavirus pandemic.There will also be a shorter Christmas break than usual and matches will be played on both Jan 3 and Jan 6.

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Serie A season to start on September 19The next Serie A season will start on Sept. 19, one week later than originally planned, the Italian league said in a statement on Monday.

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