THE OFFICIAL Serie A 2012/2013 calendar has been announced as the new season starts next month.

The new Serie A season begins in exactly one month for Milan as preparations are ongoing for the guys of Massimiliano Allegri and tomorrow they will be flying to the United States of America for the USA Tour.

The calendar for the new season has been announced today. Milan start the season at Stadio San Siro – against newly-promoted side Sampdoria, and will finish it against Siena at Stadio Artemio Franchi.

Milan’s 2012/2013 squad numbers
Pato and Boateng to change their numbers?

The first big match of the season for Milan comes on the third matchday when they will visit Udinese at Stadio Friuli. On the 7th matchday, the Rossoneri host the Nerazzurri for the Derby della Madonnina, of course at Stadio San Siro. One matchday later, Milan visit Stadio Olimpico for a match against Lazio.

On the 13th matchday, Milan have another tough game against Napoli away at Stadio San Paolo and a week later, the Rossoneri face current Italian champions Juventus at the San Siro. The next big match for Milan is against Roma at the Olimpico, on week 18, six days after playing the newly-promoted Pescara.

The full Milan calendar for the 2012/2013 Serie A season can be found below. The rest of the Serie A calendar – week by week and of each team – can be found on the website of the Lega Serie A; click here.

20 COMMENTS

  1. Can’t wait for the season to start.I just hope Allegri will be bold enough to try another formation especially against TOP TEAMS as his record last season was POOR.

    Galliani needs also to do his bit by bringing early signing so as to bed in with the team ON TIME.One thing is very certain,its going to be a LONG AND TOUGH CAMPAIGN.

    • Allegri is scrathing his head, with robinho out and kaka in hes very confused. Hes going to miss useless robinho upfront missing open goals. And allegri now gets a playmaker, something that makes him afraid. He dont want any playmaker at milan, just 3 defensive midfielders.

  2. i’m planning a trip to italy either september,october, or november, i’m thinking of following milan on their travels to see different cities, any recommendations on which cities (games) would be fun?

    • You have Parma, 30/09, Roma against Lazio (good match) 21/10, and Napoli 18/11 (if you’re going to Naples I can give you an advice or council, Don’t let go out your Rossonero passion… or you will finish badly…) And Milano of course!!!

      i suggest you to visit, venezia, Firenze and Rome!!!

      • i hadn’t considered watching other games than milan, i’ll look into other teams schedules. I was gonna wait to also see the champions league group stage schedule, i’m trying to catch as many milan games as possible :-)i was looking into that week of away to udinese, home to cagliari, away to parma.. are udine and parma fun?

          • Yeah I looked at that one too. The week before is away to Parma and its not too far from Milano (hour by train according to internet) and in between those games there is Champions League mid week, still not sure if it’s home or away though.

  3. A fairly easy start for us I would say. Pretty good opportunity to build up momentum for newly built Milan especially youngsters! Forza Milan!

  4. brazil game

    pato looking better and better, got about 15 min today making some runs.

    ganso has showed absolutly nothing at all.

    • Neither did Pato really…..
      Thiago wasn’t all that either
      I was mostly impressed by Oscar, kid got promise
      Ganso really starting to lose confidence & Neymar should stop being so damn selfish with the ball
      Pato good scored at that last minute chance if he just passed.

  5. try to win the battle in the midfields by using 451 formation when milan against big teams. utilize robinho & shaarawy as wingers. use counter attack tactic. those are my suggestions for milan when they meet big teams.

  6. What would be a great AC Milan Team:

    Amelia
    De Sciglo Astori Mbiwa Vila

    Montolivo
    Schweinsteiger Emanuelson
    KAKA’
    Lewandowski El Shaarawy

    and sell: Pato, Cassano, Boateng, Nocerino, Abate, Mexes and some other mediocre players. = ~80 mil

    Even though it would be hard to get schweini from bayern, this is very realistic idea, even though it would take time for the team to form itself as a unit.

    This is just for fun, in case some people get angry :P
    even though Selling Boateng, Pato and Cassano is something I would like to see.

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