The Serie A 2023/24 calendar is finally here. We can now start to look forward to the upcoming season which will kick off on the weekend of August 20th.
These match dates are of course provisional, as they are subject to change according to the TV schedule. Serie A weekends will be spread over Friday to Monday, and there is only one mid-week matchday this season, which comes on 27th September.
Four international breaks are scheduled, 10th September, 15th October, 19th November, and 24th March. With Fiorentina involved in the new four-team Supercoppa, the January 7th fixture will need to be moved.
Fiorentina will kick-off the season away to newly promoted Genoa. This will bring us up against former Viola Alberto Gilardino, making his management debut in Serie A.
We travel to take on Inter on Day 3 and on Day 8 Fiorentina are away to league champions Napoli. Day 11 sees us host Juventus before a trip to face Milan on Day 13.
As with the last two seasons, the second half of the season does not follow the same fixture pattern as the first half. In the old days, we would be due to play Genoa at home, instead we will host Udinese on Day 20. Day 28 to Day 31 looks like a tough period where we will face Roma, Atalanta, Milan, and Juventus.
The season will end with two home games with Monza and Napoli followed by our final day trip to Cagliari. The new jerseys have been launched, the transfer window is open, and season-tickets are now on sale (with many complaints over the price increase), but here’s what really matters, Fiorentina’s fixture list for the 2023/24 Serie A season.
All that’s left to see is whether or not we will also be taking part in the Europa Conference League, but unfortunately, UEFA don’t seem to be in any hurry in making a decision on Juventus’s punishment.
1 Genoa v Fiorentina 20th August
2 Fiorentina v Lecce 27th August
3 Inter v Fiorentina 3rd September
4 Fiorentina v Atalanta 17th September
5 Udinese v Fiorentina 24th September
6 Frosinone v Fiorentina 27th September
7 Fiorentina v Cagliari 1st October
8 Napoli v Fiorentina 8th October
9 Fiorentina v Empoli 22nd October
10 Lazio v Fiorentina 29th October
11 Fiorentina v Juventus 5th November
12 Fiorentina v Bologna 12th November
13 Milan v Fiorentina 26th November
14 Fiorentina v Salernitana 3rd December
15 Roma v Fiorentina 10th December
16 Fiorentina v Hellas Verona 17th December
17 Monza v Fiorentina 23rd December
18 Fiorentina v Torino 30th December
19 Sassuolo v Fiorentina 7th January
20 Fiorentina v Udinese 14th January
21 Bologna v Fiorentina 21st January
22 Fiorentina v Inter 28th January
23 Lecce v Fiorentina 4th February
24 Fiorentina v Frosinone 11th February
25 Empoli v Fiorentina 18th February
26 Fiorentina v Lazio 25th February
27 Torino v Fiorentina 3rd March
28 Fiorentina v Roma 10th March
29 Atalanta v Fiorentina 17th March
30 Fiorentina v Milan 30th March
31 Juventus v Fiorentina 7th April
32 Fiorentina v Genoa 14th April
33 Salernitana v Fiorentina 21st April
34 Fiorentina v Sassuolo 28th April
35 Hellas Verona v Fiorentina 5th May
36 Fiorentina v Monza 12th May
37 Fiorentina v Napoli 19th May
38 Cagliari v Fiorentina 26th May