The announcement of the resumption of the Italian league comes just after the English Premier League confirmed it will restart on June 17.
Italian football bosses are hopeful that Italy can follow the German Bundesliga, which has already returned to the pitch, and Spain's La Liga which prepares to kick off again on June 8.
The league had announced last week that its 20 teams agreed to resume competition on June 13 in empty stadiums.
All sport in Italy has been suspended since March 9 amid the coronavirus pandemic which has killed over 31,000 people in the country.
The Italian government has allowed squads to return to individual training sessions in team facilities from May 4.
The talks came with pressure mounting from sports-deprived fans and sponsors for Italy to follow the German Bundesliga's lead and return to action.
Just 500 people will witness Antonio Conte return to Juve, where he won three Serie A titles as a coach and the Champions League as a player.
The clashes between Juventus and Inter Milan, Udinese and Fiorentina, Parma and SPAL, AC Milan and Genoa as well as the Sassuolo clash against Brescia have been affected.
Inter have appealed and hope to have Spalletti back on the bench Tuesday at the San Siro against Fiorentina, as the appeal should be discussed before midday.
Serie-A: Juventus snowed off, Lazio go third as AC Milan register first away win against Roma in six years
Ciro Immobile and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic continued their goal-scoring sprees to lift Lazio into third, as Patrick Cutrone and Davide Calabria gave AC Milan victory.
The two Serie A pacesetters both bounced back from European setbacks to claim their ninth consecutive league wins.