Juventus Serie A fixtures released - Thiago Motta learns schedule for 2024/25

With Juventus’ Serie A 24/25 fixtures announced, we look at Thiago Motta’s key dates, including the opening games, derbies, festive fixtures and the potential title run-in.
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Thiago Motta will begin his reign as Juventus head coach at home to Como after the fixtures for the new Serie A were confirmed today.

Juventus will host the newly promoted side at the Allianz Stadium on the weekend of 17-18th of August, while ending their campaign away to Venezia on the 25th of May next year.

The First Five

Juventus’ first five games sees them with two big clashes at home. After Como in the opener, it’s an away trip to Hellas Verona before entertaining Roma at home on the weekend of the 1st of September. The first of four international breaks follows that, with breaks taking place between 2-10th September, 7-15th October, 11-19th November and 17-25th March. Juventus then travel to the Stadio Carlo Castellani to face Empoli before a huge encounter at the Allianz against Napoli the weekend of the 22nd of September.

November Strain

The heat turns up considerably following the October internationals, with a run of six games which sees Juventus face title challengers Milan and Inter, city rivals Torino and sworn foes Lazio in the space of 34 days. Lazio will come to Turin on the week of the 20th of October, before the first Derby d’Italia away to Inter the week after. Two tricky ties at home to Parma and away to Udinese are sandwiched in before the Derby Della Mole at home to Torino the weekend of the 10th of November.  

Juventus will have some time to breathe over the international break before resuming the oldest and biggest derby in Italian football against Milan on the weekend of the 24th of November, ending a set of fixtures which will define Juventus’ season. Maximum points in this six game stretch would really plant a marker and give momentum to Juventus’ title hopes, whilst failure could see them slip behind fast.

Festive Football

As with the 2023/24 season, matches will take place over the Christmas period with no winter break. Juventus have three festive fixtures, visiting Monza on the 22nd of December, before entertaining Fiorentina at home on the 29th, and then ringing in the new year at the Gewiss Stadium, away to Atalanta on the 5th of January.

The Crunch

Another make-or-break month follows with the second Derby Della Mole of the season, away to Torino on the 12th of January, followed by Milan at home the week after and then a trip to the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona to face Napoli on the 26th. Empoli at home and Como away follow before Inter at home on the 16th of February. By the time the whistle blows on that game, it will become clear what Juventus’ chances of claiming their 37th official Scudetto are, with Milan also enduring a similarly tough run of games at that time.

Other key dates include Thiago Motta’s first fixture against his former club Bologna at home on Matchweek 15 (08/12/24), and a visit to the Stadio Olimpico to face Roma on Matchday 31 (06/04/25).

The Final Five

Juventus’ run-in is relatively kind, but not without hurdles. The final five sees them play Monza at home, before Motta returns to the Renato Dall'Ara Stadium to face Bologna, followed by a trip to the capital for Lazio away, which could be seismic in the title race if Juventus are in the hunt. If the title is wrapped up by then, Juventus could lift the trophy at their final home game, against Udinese on the 18th of May. If it goes to the wire, Juve will have to navigate their way past Venezia at the Pier Luigi Penzo Stadium whilst Milan are at home to former benefactor Silvio Berlusconi’s Venezia and Inter are away to Como.

Exact dates for fixtures will depend on TV scheduling and Italian clubs’ progress in Europe, and will be released closer to the time. Whether Juventus are lifting the trophy or not at the end of the season, there’s no doubt that there will be fireworks this season with plenty of mouthwatering fixtures to get excited about.

Full Juve schedule

  • Matchday 1 (17/18 August 2024): Juventus v Como
  • Matchday 2 (24/25 August 2024): Hellas Verona v Juventus
  • Matchday 3 (31 August/1 September 2024): Juventus v Roma
  • Matchday 4 (14/15 September 2024): Empoli v Juventus
  • Matchday 5 (21/22 September 2024): Juventus v Napoli
  • Matchday 6 (28/29 September 2024): Genoa v Juventus
  • Matchday 7 (5/6 October 2024): Juventus v Cagliari
  • Matchday 8 (19/20 October 2024): Juventus v Lazio
  • Matchday 9 (26/27 October 2024): Inter v Juventus
  • Matchday 10 (30 October 2024): Juventus v Parma
  • Matchday 11 (2/3 November 2024): Udinese v Juventus
  • Matchday 12 (9/10 November 2024): Juventus v Torino
  • Matchday 13 (23/24 November 2024): AC Milan v Juventus
  • Matchday 14 (30 November/1 December 2024): Lecce v Juventus
  • Matchday 15 (7/8 December 2024): Juventus v Bologna
  • Matchday 16 (14/15 December 2024): Juventus v Venezia
  • Matchday 17 (21/22 December 2024): Monza v Juventus
  • Matchday 18 (28/29 December 2024): Juventus v Fiorentina
  • Matchday 19 (4/5 January 2025): Atalanta v Juventus
  • Matchday 20 (11/12 January 2025): Torino v Juventus
  • Matchday 21 (18/19 January 2025): Juventus v AC Milan
  • Matchday 22 (25/26 January 2025): Napoli v Juventus
  • Matchday 23 (1/2 February 2025): Juventus v Empoli
  • Matchday 24 (8/9 February 2025): Como v Juventus
  • Matchday 25 (15/16 February 2025): Juventus v Inter
  • Matchday 26 (22/23 February 2025): Cagliari v Juventus
  • Matchday 27 (1/2 March 2025): Juventus v Hellas Verona
  • Matchday 28 (8/9 March 2025): Juventus v Atalanta
  • Matchday 29 (15/16 March 2025): Fiorentina v Juventus
  • Matchday 30 (29/30 March 2025): Juventus v Genoa
  • Matchday 31 (5/6 April 2025): Roma v Juventus
  • Matchday 32 (12/13 April 2025): Juventus v Lecce
  • Matchday 33 (19 April 2025): Parma v Juventus
  • Matchday 34 (26/27 April 2025): Juventus v Monza
  • Matchday 35 (3/4 May 2025): Bologna v Juventus
  • Matchday 36 (10/11 May 2025): Lazio v Juventus
  • Matchday 37 (17/18 May 2025): Juventus v Udinese
  • Matchday 38 (24/25 May 2025): Venezia v Juventus