The league season begins Aug. 18 and runs until Sunday, May 26. A feature on the final match day is that all fixtures will be played at the same time.
This season no team may have more than two consecutive home or away matches and during the final four rounds of the season, no team will have consecutive home or away fixtures.
During the midweek fixtures, Inter, Juventus, Lazio, Milan, Napoli and Roma will not be allowed to play each other due to those teams playing in European football as well. Derbies in Genoa, Rome, Turin and Milan will also not be played midweek. Two derbies will also not be played during the same round.
The three midweek rounds will be Sept. 26, Dec. 26 and April 3. Dec. 26 will be similar to Boxing Day in the Premier League where all teams will play on the same day.
Because of European football, Inter, Juventus, Napoli and Roma will not play Atalanta, Lazio or Milan in Week 5, Week 8, Week 13 or Week 16.
Teams who played each other in either the first or final rounds of 2016-17 and 2017-18 will not play each other in the first or final round this season. Simply, no first or final round fixture from the previous two seasons will repeat this season.
While the Nerazzurri will be on the road for the first week, their home opener will be the following week against Torino.
The first Derby della Madonnina will be during Week 9 and Inter will be the host.
The Nerazzurri will face their first top five team in Week 10 when they will travel to Lazio. They will travel to face Juventus in Week 15. They will host Napoli on Boxing day and close out the first half of the season away to Empoli.
For the last half of the season, fixtures will be played in reverse. Week 20 will be Week 1 games in reverse.
Inter 2018-19 Serie A fixtures
Here are Inter’s fixtures for the first 19 weeks. Weeks 20-38 will be the same order, only reverse home and away:
Week 1 — Aug. 19 (return fixture Jan. 20, 2019)
Inter at Sassuolo
Week 2 — Aug. 26 (return fixture on Jan. 27, 2019)
Torino at Inter
Week 3 — Sept. 2 (return fixture on Feb. 3, 2019)
Inter at Bologna
Week 4 — Sept. 16 (return fixture on Feb. 10, 2019)
Parma at Inter
Week 5 — Sept. 23 (return fixture on Feb. 17, 2019)
Inter at Sampdoria
Week 6 — Sept. 26 (return fixture on Feb 24, 2019)
Fiorentina at Inter
Week 7 — Sept. 30 (return fixture on March 3, 2019)
Cagliari at Inter
Week 8 — Oct. 7 (return fixture on March 10, 2019)
Inter at SPAL
Week 9 — Oct. 21 (return fixture on March 17, 2019)
AC Milan at Inter
Week 10 — Oct. 28 (return fixture on March 31, 2019)
Inter at Lazio
Week 11 — Nov. 4 (return fixture on April 3, 2019)
Genoa at Inter
Week 12 — Nov. 11 (return fixture on April 7, 2019)
Inter at Atalanta
Week 13 — Nov. 25 (return fixture on April 14, 2019)
Frosinone at Inter
Week 14 — Dec. 2 (return fixture on April 20, 2019)
Inter at Roma
Week 15 — Dec. 9 (return fixture on April 28, 2019)
Inter at Juventus
Week 16 — Dec. 16 (return fixture on May 5, 2019)
Udinese at Inter
Week 17 — Dec. 22 (return fixture on May 12, 2019)
Inter at Chievo Verona
Week 18 — Dec. 26 Boxing Day (return fixture on May 19, 2019)
Napoli at Inter
Week 19 — Dec. 29 (return fixture on May 26, 2019)
Inter at Empoli
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