Rome Derby to take place on matchday two as Serie A fixtures released

Paulo Fonseca’s first competitive game in charge of Roma will be at home to Genoa, while the Giallorossi will face fierce rivals Lazio as early as the second matchday, after the Serie A fixtures were drawn on Monday evening.

A trip to Bologna is sandwiched between home clashes with Sassuolo and Atalanta to complete Roma’s first five games of the season, while the campaign will end with two visits to Turin, to face Torino and then reigning champions Juventus.

Roma’s schedule will run as follows (the Giallorossi Yorkshire calendar will soon be updated with the provisional dates).

Matchday 1: Genoa (H)

Matchday 2: Lazio (A)

Matchday 3: Sassuolo (H)

Matchday 4: Bologna (A)

Matchday 5: Atalanta (H)

Matchday 6: Lecce (A)

Matchday 7: Cagliari (H)

Matchday 8: Sampdoria (A)

Matchday 9: AC Milan (H)

Matchday 10: Udinese (A)

Matchday 11: Napoli (H)

Matchday 12: Parma (A)

Matchday 13: Brescia (H)

Matchday 14: Verona (A)

Matchday 15: Inter (A)

Matchday 16: SPAL (H)

Matchday 17: Fiorentina (A)

Matchday 18: Torino (H)

Matchday 19: Juventus (H)

(Return fixtures to be played in the same order)


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