How to get ready for the next Serie A season: a brief runthrough

BERGAMO, ITALY - DECEMBER 20:  The arch with the logo of serie A is displayed  prior the Serie A match between Atalanta BC and AS Roma at Gewiss Stadium on December 20, 2020 in Bergamo, Italy. Sporting stadiums around Italy remain under strict restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in games being played behind closed doors.  (Photo by Pier Marco Tacca/Getty Images)

Last season was one for the history books. After years without a title, Mourinho and his men, after a slight hiccup against some familiar Norwegians could parade the Conference League trophy through the streets of the eternal city. Summer is always a time of rampant speculation especially around such a massive club as Roma, but it’s also a time of preparation. 

While the players and managerial staff prepare to come storming out of the gates come the Serie A, there are several things you as a fan of Roma and Serie A can do to make sure you’re ready to take on the season when everything kicks off. If you’re interested in betting, you can start by reading get Serie A tips continuously up until the season starts. 

Read as much as you can

If you’re a frequent visitor to this site, this is most likely not something that you need to be reminded off. But reading up on as much as you can will only increase excitement for the coming season. 

If you’re interested in learning more about Mourinho we can highly recommend the series about Tottenham available on Amazon Prime. This documentary follows the team very intimately, and is a fantastic way of understanding his coaching style more in-depth.

Get a better understanding of the other teams

While this is not nearly as fun as watching Mourinho curse at his players when they make a mistake, this can also help to generate some additional understanding of how the coming season might pan out. Today there are several websites dedicated to the Serie A completely in English, and following a couple of Italian journalists on social media can also be a great way to get more information. 

Book your trip/trips as soon as the schedule is released

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many international Roma fans couldn’t travel to the games. Even though some restrictions are still in place in Italy many people will have the first chance in years to visit Olimpico and cheer on the kings of the Tiber from the stands once again. 

To make sure that you can get to the game or games that you’re interested in attending, it’s a very good idea to book your trip as soon as the schedule has been released. At the time of writing this nothing has been set in stone, but it is rumored to start sometime in the middle of August. By being early with arranging everything you can ensure a spot in the stands, as well as making sure that you’re well-prepared. 

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