Italy’s big boys entered the Coppa Italia at the start of 2023 and we’re already at the quarter-final stage.
44 teams began their quest for domestic cup glory back in July, and now just eight teams remain. Just two teams from Serie B advanced into the round of 16, and both of those were eliminated ahead of the quarter-finals.
However, there was one major turn up as Cremonese, who currently sit bottom of Serie A after earning promotion to the top flight last season, knocked out runaway leaders Napoli on penalties. There is some magic left in the cup!
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Nevertheless, the four quarter-final ties are upcoming, and here’s how you can watch all of the games.
The Coppa Italia quarter-finals begin on Tuesday 31 January with Inter playing host to Atalanta.
The four ties will be played across three days, with the final game between Juventus and Lazio taking place on Thursday 2 February.
Coverage of the Coppa Italia is limited worldwide. In the US, games are being streamed on Paramount+.
This is a service that costs $4.99 a month, but if you’re keen to watch all four Coppa Italia quarter-final ties, you can take advantage of a seven-day free trial and watch all the games for free.
Calcio lovers in the UK can watch the ties on Viaplay, and this channel costs £11.99 per month through Sky and Virgin Media.