Watch Serie A live in 2017/18
Italy is one of the world’s footballing hotbeds. Now you can enjoy a Serie A fixture in this beautiful European country with Nickes.Com!
The warm climate, the fascinating history, the mouth-watering food … Italy is truly a magnificent country to visit for any occasion. But no trip here would be quite complete without taking in a football match.
Many of us grew up watching the flair and style of the Italian sides on TV as they dominated the European stage. The legacy of this is a selection of huge, iconic stadiums that you can still experience today.
Inter v AC Milan, October 15: 2 nights in a double room in a Milan hotel including breakfast with match ticket (excl flights): £232pp
Juventus v Crotone, November 26: 2 nights in a double room in a Turin hotel including breakfast with match ticket (excl flights): £261pp
AS Roma v Bologna, October 29: 2 nights in a double room in a Rome hotel including breakfast with match ticket (excl flights): £184pp
Visit the San Siro!
Surely the most famous stadium in Italy is found in Milan – the San Siro. This 80,000 capacity arena, with its trademark quadrants around the exterior, is of course home to both AC Milan and Internazionale.
The vast stands reach up three tiers on three sides of the stadium, and when it’s full it’s a sight to behold. It has staged World Cup matches and European Cup finals.
The biggest domestic clash of the season is the eagerly awaited Milan derby, when the stadium is packed to the rafters.
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See champions Juventus!
Juventus are currently the undisputed kings of Italian football. They’ve won the last six Scudetto in a row, making it a record 33 in all, and are currently domestic double winners having beaten Lazio in the final of the Coppa Italia. Last season they also reached the Champions League final in Cardiff.
Home is the plush, modern and recently renamed Allianz Stadium in Turin, a venue which has brought Juve’s fans much closer to the action. The club hopes these brand new facilities will help them to once again compete with the biggest names in European football.
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Watch football in Rome!
Head south from Milan to the capital, Rome, and the city’s two sides Lazio and Roma share the famous Stadio Olimpico.
Built for the 1960 Summer Olympics, this gigantic bowl close to the city centre holds 72,000 fans.
Taking in a match here is a must while enjoying a weekend discovering the historic sights of Rome – the Colosseum and the Vatican City among them.
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