On Monday at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino, Napoli will face off against SPAL in a friendly match as part of their preparations for the 2023–24 season.
Gli Azzurri defeated Italian amateur team Anaune Val di Non to kick off their preseason friendlies, and they will try to keep the momentum going.
The Rudi Garcia era began with a bang, and on Thursday, the French strategist watched his Napoli team thrash Anaune Val di Non 6-1.
Since taking over for Luciano Spalletti, who guided the Naples team to their first Serie A title success in three decades last season, this was Garcia’s first game in charge.
In order to continue where they left off on Thursday, Napoli will now step up their preparations for their league debut against Frosinone on August 19.
SPAL’s season was too late to be saved by a 2-1 victory over Pisa on the final day, and they were demoted from Serie B as a result of a disastrous campaign.
Domenico Di Carlo’s team managed to earn 38 points and finish 19th in the standings, five points outside of safety, after winning just eight of their 38 league games, losing 16 of them, and recording 14 draws.
SPAL will attempt to put the pieces back together and put together a strong run of form before their pursuit of instant promotion.