Serie A to open branded restaurants in U.S.

Serie A is planning to open a series of branded restaurants in the U.S as part of its new push into the market. In January, Serie A opened its first U.S. office in New York to gain a deeper relationship with CBS Sports and develop new business opportunities. Various initiatives have already been carried out, including the organization of the league's first official viewing party in collaboration with Ribalta Restaurant in Manhattan on May 11. A temporary exhibition is currently set up on Madison Avenue, called "Calcio is Back." Next week, the Met Museum will host the Serie A gala, which will be attended by players and coaches such as Alessandro Del PieroAndrea Pirlo and Fabio Cannavaro. Additionally, Serie A is launching a series of affiliations in the U.S. with selected colleges, with a handful of Serie A coaches set to work with those universities' soccer coaches (CALCIO E FINANZA, 5/23).

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