Cardiac involvement has been described during the course of SARS-CoV-2 disease (COVID-19), with different manifestations. Several series have reported only increased cardiac troponin without ventricular dysfunction, others the acute development of left or right ventricular dysfunction, and others myocarditis. Ventricular dysfunction can be of varying degrees and may recover completely in some cases. Generally, conventional echocardiography is used as a first approach to evaluate cardiac dysfunction in patients with COVID-19, but, in some cases, this approach may be silent and more advanced cardiac imaging techniques, such as myocardial strain imaging or cardiac magnetic resonance, are necessary to document alterations in cardiac structure or function. In this review we sought to discuss the information provided by different cardiac imaging techniques in patients with COVID-19, both in the acute phase of the disease and after discharge from hospital, and their diagnostic and prognostic role. We also aimed at verifying whether a specific form of cardiac disease due to the SARS-CoV-2 can be identified.