Juventus will start their bid for an unprecedented eighth consecutive Scudetto on the weekend of 19 August when they travel to the Stadio Bentegodi to face Chievo.
The Allianz Stadium will welcome their Bianconeri heroes for the first time on 26 August with the visit of Lazio in a mouth-watering opening home match.
Next up, La Vecchia Signora are on the road once more to face newly promoted Parma on the weekend of 2 September before the first international break of the season.
The Old Lady return to action against Sassuolo at home on 16 September, whilst two weeks later on 30 September, they host Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli at the Allianz Stadium in what is sure to be a fixture fans will have circled on their calendars. November then sees the Bianconeri head to the San Siro to face Milan on 11 November.
A number of high-stake contests await Juventus in December, with Fiorentina away on the 2nd, before Juve welcome Inter to the Allianz on the 9th. Then it’s a Turin derby at the Stadio Olimpico on the 15th before Juve host Roma on the 22nd.
For the first time in Serie A there will be a Boxing Day fixture on 26 December and Juventus will face Atalanta away, before finally wrapping up 2018 at home against Sampdoria on 29 December.
The Serie A winter break will take place from 30 December 2018 until 12 January 2019 and the Bianconeri will re-start the season once more against Chievo, this time at the Allianz Stadium on 20 January, then a week later Juve face Lazio away on the 27th.
The Bianconeri visit Napoli on 3 March and then host Milan on 7 April, whilst at the end of the month, they entertain Fiorentina at the Allianz on the 20th and then travel to Inter on the 28th.
The start of May has a home Turin derby on the 5th, followed by another usual end-of-season trip to Roma on the 12th.
The final home fixture will see Juve take on Atalanta on the 19th, before the Serie A season concludes on 26 May 2019 with Juventus taking on Sampdoria at the Marassi.
Here are Juventus’ 2018/19 Serie A fixtures in full: