Serie A returns to VG+ Sport – finally on Norwegian screens

Italy’s top division Serie A has no home on Norwegian TV screens this season. Now stars like Leo Skiri Østigård, José Mourinho and Olivier Giroud will once again be seen on VG+ Sport.

LA DOLCE VITA: Serie A is home to stars like Leo Skiri Østigård, José Mourinho and Olivier Giroud. Now they’re coming to a TV screen near you.

– We’re so excited about it Series A back on VG+ Sport. With a record number of Norwegian players, and some of the most exciting young players in the world, we are looking forward to the next two seasons, said Aslân Farshchian, head of rights at VG.

On Tuesday nights, it will be possible to watch the best of Italian football on VG+ Sport, as Serie A returns to Norwegian screens. At 18.30 played league leader Østigård Napoli against Empoliwhile the defending champion Milan meets Cremonese 20.45. You can watch both matches live as a subscriber.

There are many Norwegian stars and people: Leo Skiri Østigård, Emil Bohinen, Emil Konradsen Ceïde, Kristian Thorstvedt and Erik Bothheim is one of the players with a Norwegian passport in the Italian top flight.

Read more about the match and check out our highlights collection page for Serie A .

– With an interesting cast of players relevant to present and future national teams playing for and against some of the biggest and most traditional clubs in the world, interspersed with the semi-controlled emotion and madness this league has to offer, we have an excellent entertainment menu in store, says Vegard Aulstad of VG -sport, who comments on some of the biggest matches on VG+ Sport.

The Serie A agreement therefore applies to this season and next – and joins a number of attractive rights on VG+ Sport going forward. This winter you can see, among other things NBA, NFL and the Super Bowl, as well as the top teams in Italy and Spain in the cup and super cup.

Get an overview: VG+ Sport broadcast this live

VG+ Sport also shows the second half of last season, when AC Milan beat city rivals Inter for the title in what was a very dramatic season.

The current season looks no less exciting: Unbeaten Napoli, with Østigård in the team, have been reduced to a pack of hounds. Juventus, Milan, Roma, Inter, Lazio and Atalanta are all vying to compete with southern Italy’s Luciano Spalletti.

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