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Serie A and Coppa Italia stream live Paramount+, with every match, including Fiorentina, available. Some league games do appear exclusively on CBS Sports Network, however. For those matches, you can find CBSSN on cable or satellite providers, and streamers like Fubo and DirecTV Stream. Conveniently, CBS Sports also airs UEFA Champions League, Europa League, and Conference League. Every game is live on Paramount+, with certain games late in UCL also on the main CBS network. Spanish coverage of UEFA club games are on Univision, TUDN, and/or UniMás. Meanwhile, Games not on TV stream over on ViX. Watch Fiorentina on Paramount+: Our Pick: Includes: Champions League, Europa League, Serie A, NWSL, Argentine Primera, Brasileirão, Scottish Premiership, Women's Super League, & More 7-Day Free Trial Fiorentina History Associazione Calcio Fiorentina dates to August 29, 1926. The Argentina international finally turned provider, heading a Parisi cross back across and into Ikoné’s path, and #ChaosJonny made no mistake to prod it home and equalize. Even then we weren’t done, as Nico smoked a free header just wide, but the triple blast meant Fiorentina had another 2-2 game in the Conference League that once again saw the visiting team throw away a lead. Full time Goals: Barák 66’ (ass. Parisi), Ikoné 90’+3 (ass. Fiorentina 2-2 Ferencvaros (Oct 5, 2023) Final Score Game summary of the Fiorentina vs. Ferencvaros Uefa Europa Conference League game, final score 2-2, from October 5, 2023 on ESPN. Watch UEFA Europa Conference League Season 2024 1:42:59Ferencváros look to continue their winning ways in Group F, taking on group favorites ACF Fiorentina, who finished second in 2022/23. Stream ...Paramount Plus · Oct 5, 2023 Similar to Roma’s foundation around the same time, Fiorentina was the result of a merger between existing clubs in Florence. In 1931 the club first reached Serie A, and opened their stadium, today known as Stadio Artemio Franchi. A decade later, they captured their first major title, winning the Coppa Italia in 1941. The first Serie A title came in 1956, and a year later, Fiorentina became the first Italian team to make the European Cup final, in the second year of the competition. Unfortunately for them, they ran into the unstoppable force that was the Real Madrid side that won the first five editions of the tournament. The visitors nearly pounced on a Terracciano miscue at the back but couldn’t make it count, although that seemed to give them confidence to press higher up. Mandragora and Lopez were unable to control proceedings, while Nicolás González was hacked every time he touched the ball. Eventually, Biraghi whiffed on a tackle, allowing Mohamed Ali Romdhane to cross for Barnabás Varga, who finished very nicely despite the presence of 4 Viola defenders. The hosts kind of, sort of responded, but that midfield just didn’t offer enough and the attack was timid, summed up by Beltrán’s refusal to shoot. Ferencváros just bullied Fiorentina all over the pitch, refusing to give them an inch to work with. When the half ended, it was pretty clear that the Viola were second-best and needed to make some changes to get back into this one; Vincenzo Italiano must’ve been fuming. Second half The game had started but Fiorentina had left its brain in the dressing room. Varga won a penalty (looked like a dive) just 2 minutes in, but a lengthy VAR check confirmed that he was well offside in the buildup. The scrambling Viola defense never got set, though, and conceded a corner from which Ibrahim Cissé shook free of Ranieri too easily and powered a header past Terracciano, who got a hand to it but couldn’t keep it out. [ed. note: no video of this available but I’ll post it when I find it] Italiano immediately made some changes, bringing on Arthur Melo, Antonín Barák, and Christian Kouamé, and the Viola slowly wrested a bit of momentum back as Ferencváros looked happy to sit deep, waste time, and kick anything in a purple shirt. That backfired for them, though, as the Viola upped the pressure and made it pay when Fabiano Parisi swung in a free kick that Barák headed home; the man loves to score in the Conference League and we should’ve expected it. With the wind squarely at their back, the hosts threw numbers forward and put Dénes Dibusz’ goal under siege. How to watch Fiorentina - Ferencvaros? TV and stream How to watch Fiorentina - Ferencvaros on TV and stream. livesportsontv.com will give you start times, channels and more. Never miss a game! Fiorentina vs Ferencváros: Lineups and how to watch Oct 5, 2023 — The Viola make some changes as they look for their first win in the Group F of the Conference League. González had several chances but couldn’t get any on frame, with Bonaventura and Kouamé both having glances, but the Argentine seemed to have redeemed himself after Jonathan Ikoné played Kouamé through; the Ivorian saw his shot saved but squared it for Nico to blast into the empty net, but VAR ruled Chris offside (and it was mighty tight) after an interminable check. Aleksander Pešić got in behind as the Viola kept hurling bodies into the box but fired straight at Terracciano with a chance to settle it, and Fiorentina kept hunting, with Nico coming close time and again as Arthur curled one a whisker wide as well. Ferencvaros - Fiorentina: where to watch, online streaming 9 hours ago — Where to watch Ferencvaros vs Fiorentina: Spain: Movistar+, Movistar Italy: Sky Sport Football, NOW TV, SKY Go Italia, Sky Sport 253, DAZN.