Antonio Conte's Bianconeri will begin their title defence at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, while big spenders Napoli will start life under Rafa Benitez by playing host to Bologna
Delio Rossi's side were the only club to beat the defending champions twice last season, earning a 3-2 victory at home, while a second-half double from Mauro Icardi netted them a 2-1 win in Turin.
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Elsewhere, Lazio host Udinese in an exciting week-one showdown, while Roma travel to Serie B play-off winners Livorno and Inter face Genoa in the home comforts of San Siro.
In the first battle of the heavyweights, the Bianconeri travel to Inter in week three, while, a week later, Milan play host to Napoli in a star-studded affair and Lazio visit Roma in the Derby della Capitale.
Other derbies are renewed later in the season, as Torino host Juventus in week six and Chievo Verona visit Hellas Verona in week 11, though the first Milan derby of the campaign must wait until week 17.
Last season's top-four sides all close out the season at home, with winners Juventus facing Cagliari, Hellas visiting Gonzalo Higuain and Napoli, Milan hosting Sassuolo and Fiorentina facing Torino.