Official: AC Milan’s 2022-23 fixture list – first and last games, the derbies and more

By Oliver Fisher -

It is just one month and two days ago that AC Milan beat Sassuolo 3-0 to capture their 19th Scudetto, but the time to reveal the 2022-23 fixture list is already here.

The Rossoneri face a challenging upcoming season because the pressure will be on Stefano Pioli’s men to try and defend their league title like city rivals Inter failed to do last season while also going further in the Champions League and possibly targeting the Coppa Italia too.

In terms of opponents, Serie A said goodbye to Venezia, Genoa and Cagliari who were all relegated into Serie B, and they were replaced by Cremonese, Lecce and Monza from the second tier, meaning the top flight is quite northern-heavy.

Below are the fixtures as they are revealed in the live presentation event from Lega Serie A…

Round 1: Milan vs. Udinese
Round 2: Atalanta vs. Milan
Round 3: Milan vs. Bologna
Round 4: Sassuolo vs. Milan
Round 5: Milan vs. Inter
Round 6: Sampdoria vs. Milan
Round 7: Milan vs. Napoli
Round 8: Empoli vs. Milan
Round 9: Milan vs. Juventus
Round 10: Verona vs. Milan
Round 11: Milan vs. Monza
Round 12: Torino vs. Milan
Round 13: Milan vs. Spezia
Round 14: Cremonese vs. Milan
Round 15: Milan vs. Fiorentina
Round 16: Salernitana vs. Milan
Round 17: Milan vs. Roma
Round 18: Lecce vs. Milan
Round 19: Lazio vs. Milan
Round 20: Milan vs. Sassuolo
Round 21: Inter vs. Milan
Round 22: Milan vs. Torino
Round 23: Monza vs. Milan
Round 24: Milan vs. Atalanta
Round 25: Fiorentina vs. Milan
Round 26: Milan vs. Salernitana
Round 27: Udinese vs. Milan
Round 28: Napoli vs. Milan
Round 29: Milan vs. Empoli
Round 30: Bologna vs. Milan
Round 31: Milan vs. Lecce
Round 32: Roma vs. Milan
Round 33: Milan vs. Cremonese
Round 34: Milan vs. Lazio
Round 35: Spezia vs. Milan
Round 36: Milan vs Sampdoria
Round 37: Juventus vs. Milan
Round 38: Milan vs. Verona

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    1. The fixtures look favourable to us,we still points from the big teams before they find their bearing and towards the end we will be playing with favourable head to head advantage. Let’s hope that our permutations work. Forza Milan

  1. “Serie A said goodbye to Venezia, Genoa and Cagliari who were all relegated into Serie B, and they were replaced by Cremonese, Lecce and Monza from the second tier, meaning the top flight is quite northern-heavy.”

    Umm…Lecce is as far south as Cagliari so not sure how the composition of the league is any more northern-heavy. Weird statement to make.

  2. We will win not less than 15 matches in the first round. The only problem will be after January. If we strengthen well, the Scudetto will remain with us but if not, then top 4 at the lowest.
    1. Milan
    2. Inter
    3. Juve
    4. Roma
    5. Napoli
    6. Atalanta
    7. Fiorentina
    8. Lazio

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