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The first uniform used by Torino only a few days after its foundation and in the first game of its history against Pro Vercelli was striped orange and black, similar to the kits used by Internazionale Torino and Football Club Torinese, the historical predecessors of the newly formed club. In the final round, Torino held a one-point advantage and, until then, had won every previous home fixture. Serie A titles: 6 [32][36][37] Cyclically, an away shirt with a diagonal maroon band has also been used. However, due to heavy debts accumulated under the president Francesco Cimminelli, Torino were denied entry into Serie A and the club's bankruptcy was announced on 9 August 2005. After the resignation of Cinzano, the club began a slow decline in the early 1930s and often finished mid-table. The following season, Torino escaped relegation in the penultimate round of matches. This badge is still held in high regard by the fans, and in 2013 it was voted by the readers of Guerin Sportivo as the most beautiful club logo of all time. Club chairman Mick Wallace is known to be a Torino fan. [19][self-published source?] Torino Football Club (Italian pronunciation: ), commonly referred to as Torino or simply Toro, is an Italian professional football club based in Turin, Piedmont.It currently plays in Serie A.. The title was won by two points ahead of Juventus, 27 years after the Superga tragedy. [47] In April 2016, the Olimpico was renamed in honour of the Grande Torino. https://www.fifa.com/news/y=2012/m=6/news=torino-the-glory-and-tragedy-1654345.html EUR 1,20 +EUR 1,50 spedizione; SUPERALBUM … Lazio ganó su primer scudetto . In addition to the entire team and reserve players, the crash claimed the lives of coaches Egri Erbstein and Leslie Lievesley, two club officials, the club masseur, three journalists, and the four members of the crew.[11]. Torino have a local rivalry with Juventus F.C. Nonostante il cambio in panchina il Toro vive in campionato un'altra stagione anonima, culminata in un misero ottavo posto. FC Torino: AC Wenecja: 22 Aldo Boffi 16 klubów 1942/43 2 FC Torino: AS Livorno: Juventus Turyn: 21 Silvio Piola 16 klubów Divisione Nazionale: 1944 Okrojone mistrzostwa wojenne. Serie B: There is even the possibility that the dark red was created by chance, as a result of repeated washing—a reconstruction that is found with many other club's football kits—among the uniforms that were red with black socks; the colour derived, being considered a good omen, would eventually be chosen as the official colour. In 1915, Torino were denied their first real championship attempt by the outbreak of World War I. V sezóne 2004/05 skončilo Torino tretie v Sérii B, no z dôvodu veľkých finančných problémov mu bolo zakázané postúpiť do najvyššej súťaže, nasledoval odchod prakticky celého tímu. The first derby was played in the new year, dated 13 January 1907, in which Torino defeated Juventus 2–1. Torino successfully replicated this by a margin of 4–1 a month later and gained the right to enter the final round of the Italian Football Championship, placed second behind Milan. Across the following three seasons, Torino placed sixth, fifth, and sixth again ahead of what would be their seventh Serie A title in the 1975–76 season. During the Torino FC, with the nickname "Toro", was during the first half of the century one of the most admirable clubs in Italian football. [75] Other supporters with whom there is a friendship are supporters of English club Manchester City.[76]. Di seconda mano. [3][48], The Stadio Filadelfia also served as the training ground of Torino from 1926 to 1993. 4-gen-2020 - Esplora la bacheca "Torino FC" di Bruno Reinaudi su Pinterest. EUR 4,00. Torino Calcio A. C. Milan: 17 1973-74 Giorgio Chinaglia: S. S. Lazio: 24 1974-75 Paolino Pulici: Torino Calcio: 18 1975-76 [41] The current badge was adopted in the 2005–06 season, the first following the bankruptcy of Torino Calcio. Turín FC (italsky Torino Football Club, zkráceně Torino FC, často jen Torino) je italský fotbalový klub hrající v sezóně 2019/20 v nejvyšší lize sídlící ve městě Turín v regionu Piemont.. Dnešní klub byl znovu založený v roce 2005, je pokračovatelem historického sdružení, které vzniklo v roce 1906 spojením klubu Football Club … Here are the winners from each season in the top level football league in Italy, the Serie A. [78] On 16 December 2012, the day when the two clubs met for the first time after Torino's return to Serie A, clashes erupted between the two club's organised supporters. It was won by Dutch side Feyenoord Rotterdam who defeated English side Tottenham Hotspur 4–2 on aggregate after two matches. [61], The Torino youth system is formed of four men's teams that participate in separate national leagues (Primavera, Beretti, Allievi Nazionali Serie A & B, and Allievi Nazionali Lega Pro) and three that participate at regional level (Giovanissimi Nazionali, Giovanissimi Regionali A & B). In the Italian league, the team has finished in first place on eight occasions, although the club has only won seven championship titles,[81] seven times in second place and nine times in third place. Stadio delle Alpi (1990-2006) Nel settore giovanile si vola: ... Un calcio di rigore di Pierino Prati decide Roma-Verona. Indice. This team, led by captain Valentino Mazzola, won five successive Scudettos and a single Coppa Italia trophy between 1942 and 1949. In the 1920, many Italian football clubs was enforced by South Americans of Italian ancestry who had travelled over the … In 1939–40, Torino finished in fifth place, and saw the arrival of club president Ferruccio Novo. [47] Following the reconstruction carried out to make the stadium suitable to host the 2006 Winter Olympics opening ceremony and closing ceremony, Torino returned to the Stadio Comunale, renamed the Stadio Olimpico. [23][24], On 6 June 2011, the club officially announced Gian Piero Ventura as the new manager ahead of the 2011–12 Serie B season,[25] with Ventura signing a one-year contract. The club played six friendly matches, two of which were against Corinthians, and despite the results on the field, the two clubs established friendly relationships. The arrival of Luigi Meroni in 1964 would give additional breath of new life for the club, which managed to place 3rd in Serie A the very same year. In the final game of the championship, Torino would have had the opportunity to play the Genoese head-on after defeating them in the first leg 6–1. [77] Torino's friendship with Genoa turned negative as a result of Genoese festivities during the Torino–Genoa match on 24 May 2009 won by the Rossoblu; the result contributed to Torino's relegation to Serie B. Campionato di calcio 73-74 (adesivi in raso), M.C., Settimo Milanese (Milano) Campionato 1973-74, Rusconi (settimanale "Gente"), Milano Monaco '74 Grande raccolta Coppa dei Campioni Motta, EDIS, Torino, 1974 ReLì Calcio - Campionato di calcio 1973-74, ReLì, Pescara Torino would, however, return to Serie A and would remain successful in Coppa Italia. In the 1920, many Italian football clubs was enforced by South Americans of Italian ancestry who had travelled over the ocean to their old country. 29-ott-2015 - Rosario Rampanti, 5 campionati con il Toro dal 1968-69 al 1973-74 (con la parentesi del 1969-70 nel Pisa). [59], With 74 players having represented Italy throughout the club's existence, Torino is the fifth ranked Italian club for number of players capped by the Azzurri (sixth by number of total admissions). He scored 22 goals, in 20 games, scoring 51.1% of the team's goals. Built specifically for the 1990 FIFA World Cup, the Stadio delle Alpi was home to Torino from 1990 to 2006. 1 Maglie e … The new capacity was now 27,958 seated, reduced by about 38,000 from the original in compliance with modern safety standards. First title: 1927-1928, › Official website Thanks to Novo's financial backing and shrewd administrator skills, the club managed to form a team which dominated the Italian football during the 40s and would forever be known as "Il Grande Torino." The 30s were less kind to the club, but they still managed to win the first Coppa Italia tournament ever held, in 1936. Questa voce raccoglie le informazioni riguardanti il Torino Calcio nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 1982-1983.. Stagione. This is an homage to River Plate, the Argentine club which has had close historical ties to Torino since the tragedy of Superga. [73], The Argentines of River Plate are historically twinned with Torino, since the time of the Superga disaster. During the 2009–10 season, Cairo named Gianluca Petrachi as the new sporting director at Torino, but the club failed to gain promotion that season and the one following. [49] In the 2017–18 season, Torino returned to training at the reconstructed Filadelfia.[50]. Questa voce raccoglie le informazioni riguardanti il Torino Calcio nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 1980-1981 That title would remain unassigned, but it did not stop Torino from continuing with excellent performances and winning the Scudetto again the following year. Tempo rimasto 5g 17h rimasti. The team had been returning from a friendly with Benfica played in Lisbon. Previously, the club had tried to obtain permission to use royal blue, but the monarchs of Italy were reluctant to grant the use of their dynastic color to a single team, as opposed to a few years later, when Azure adopted by the various national sports teams. Besides the stallion, the text TORINO are positioned in the upper part of the emblem. Difficult years followed in the aftermath of the tragedy. The move to the Comunale, a stadium with a standing capacity of 65,000, was completed in 1963–64, and Torino remained there until 27 May 1990 when the stadium was abandoned in favour of the Stadio delle Alpi. Torino FC was founded in 1906, by merging Football Club Torinese and a dissatisfied group of Juventus dissidents. Coppa Italia: 1935–36, 1942–43, 1967–68, 1970–71, 1992–93, Julio Libonatti, Valentino Mazzola, Lido Vieri, Júnior, Francesco Graziani, Fabio Quagliarella, Most games played: Giorgio Ferrini (566) City: Torino, Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino (1932-1990) [58], On 11 May 1947, during a friendly match between Italy and Hungary that finished 3–2, Vittorio Pozzo fielded 10 players who were at Torino; this remains the largest number of Italian players fielded from the same club in the same match in the history of the Italy national team. Di seconda mano. [10] In attack, Torino boasted the Trio delle meraviglie (Trio of Wonders), composed of Julio Libonatti, Adolfo Baloncieri and Gino Rossetti, and won their first scudetto on 10 July 1927 after a 5–0 win against Bologna. EUR 9,99 +EUR 3,00 spedizione; CALCIATORI PANINI 1973-74 SCUDETTO N°31 TORINO NEW. The link between the two sides was born in the early 1970s due to a common anti-Juventus sentiment and the closeness of the Viola after the Superga tragedy. [32] Incidentally the colours were too similar to that of the Habsburgs, historical enemies of the then ruling Italian house and considered inappropriate. In Serie A, Torino finished in third place. The club later moved to the Piazza d'armi, which comprised numerous pitches: from 23 January 1911, the Lato Ferrovia; and from 26 February 1911, the Lato Crocetta. Di seconda mano. [69] It was at the Filadelfia that Oreste Bolmida, the trumpeter fan made famous by the film Ora e per sempre also performed. The first official match was played on 16 December 1906 in Vercelli against Pro Vercelli, won 3–1 by Torino. Under Renato Zaccarelli, Torino achieved promotion in the 2004–05 season. [84] He was succeeded by teammate Francesco Graziani in 1976–77 who scored 21 goals. [9], The club experienced its first success under the presidency of Count Enrico Marone Cinzano, who was responsible for building the Stadio Filadelfia. [82] The record for the most goals scored is held by Paolo Pulici, with 172 official goals (in 437 appearances) between 1967 and 1982. Figurine Calciatori Panini Scudetto Juventus 1973-74 N 17 Badge Rarissimo Velina. In the 1980s, the Torino badge was square in shape with a stylised bull and the words "Torino Calcio." Torino Football Club of simpelweg 'Torino' is een Italiaanse voetbalclub uit Turijn.De club werd als FC Torino in 1906 opgericht, als samenvoeging van enkele bestaande clubs. The club changed presidents and managers several times, but the results continued to worsen, and at the end of the 1995–96 season, Torino were relegated for a third time.[17]. In campionato 112 partite 8 reti, in Coppa Italia (vinta nel 1971), 20 partite 3 reti, nelle Coppe Europee 10 partite 1 rete. Torino's players formed the backbone of the Italy national team in this period, at one point fielding ten players simultaneously in the Azzurri. After being eliminated by Villarreal on penalties, Torino suffered its worst performance in Serie A, and were relegated after finishing in last place. [22] With the sale, the club changed its name to "Torino Football Club". Together with Adolfo Baloncieri and Gino Rossetti he would form the Trio delle Meraviglie ("The Wonder Trio") that helped the club to win its first Scudetto in 1927. Domestically, Torino hold the record for most championships won in both the Campionato Nazionale Primavera with nine titles, and the Campionato Nazionale Dante Berretti with 10 titles. With one match left to play, Torino (in second), were two points behind leaders Genoa. Associazione Calcio Torino 1965-1966 Wikipedia open wikipedia design.. Voce principale: Torino Football Club. [1], From 11 October 1925 until the end of the 1925–26 season, Torino played their home games at Motovelodromo Corso Casale (now restored, it is dedicated to Fausto Coppi and also hosts American football matches), while awaiting their move to the Stadio Filadelfia. [27] After achieving safety from relegation in the 2012–13 season, the 2013–14 season marked a sharp upturn for Torino, who finished seventh place, and qualified for the 2014–15 Europa League. Their dominance was cut short in the most catastrophic way possible, with a plane crash that took the lives of the entire team. A slow decline led to the club's first relegation to Serie B, which took place under the name "Talmone Torino" in 1958–59. La squadra, guidata da Mondino Fabbri terminò il campionato al quinto posto. Founded: 1906 1960s the team would perform great in Coppa Italia, winning the tournament once and reach the final in tow additional season. SET 16 FIGURINE TORINO CALCIO 1973/74 PANINI RECUPERATE. Heinrich Schönfeld, a forward, joined the team in 1923 and became the top scorer in the 1923–1924 Serie A. 0 offerte +EUR 3,50 di spedizione. In later years, whilst still remaining one of Serie A's top teams, the team began a slow decline and was not able to replicate past results, with the exception of the second place in 1984–85, where the team finished behind a Verona side led by Osvaldo Bagnoli. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torino_F.C. [79] The rivalry with city rivals Juventus is the most heated, with the two teams taking part in the Derby della Mole, one of the most popular derbies in Italian football and the oldest still played. [84], For the unrelated women's football team, see, Torino finished seventh in the 2013–14 Serie A and obtained the qualification to the 2014–15 Europe League at the expense of, Torino, in fact, finished first in the league of the, "Torino, finalmente l' accordo a Cairo va la maggioranza", "1906 - la nascita del Torino Football Club", "Torneo Internazionale Stampa Sportiva 1908 (Torino)", "Before The 'D'...Association Football around the world, 1863-1937.: Capocannonieri", "Quarantotto anni fa moriva Gigi Meroni, la Farfalla granata", "Torino, 48 anni fa moriva Gigi Meroni. [84] Torino would have to wait almost 30 years before another league top scorer emerged, namely when Paolo Pulici broke his low-scoring streak in the mid-1970s and won the award in 1972–73 (17), 1974–75 (18) and 1975–76 (21). La 154018912163. Fotografia Ufficiale TORINO Calcio con autografi stampati stagione 1975-76. [20][self-published source?] In the period following the disaster, the Argentine club was very close to the Italian club, organising a friendly and fundraiser to help the devastated team. ^1 Torino won the title in the 1926–27 season, but it was later revoked. The crash was attributed to dense fog and spatial disorientation due a faulty altimeter in the cockpit. Jonathan Wilson, Angels with Dirty Faces (2016), a plane crash that took the lives of the entire team, Football clubs ordered after establishment. [59] On 11 June 2017, Andrea Belotti scored the hundredth goal of a Torino player in an Azzurri shirt, during a 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Liechtenstein. FOGGIA-TORINO 1973-74: CALCIO, FOTOGRAFIA ORIGINALE AZIONE DI GIOCO. Zwycięzca Spezia Calcio: 1944/1945 Nie rozgrywano przez II wojnę światową Serie A: 1945/46 3 FC Torino The typical starting lineup was: Bacigalupo; Ballarin; Maroso; Grezar; Rigamonti; Castigliano; Menti; Loik; Gabetto; Mazzola; Ossola. [42] From 1990 until the bankruptcy, the badge in use recalled the one used at the time of the Grande Torino, with the important difference that the right side of the oval crossed the letter "T" and "C" (initials of "Torino Calcio") instead of the letters "A", "C" and "T" (initials of "Associazione Calcio Torino"). The players developed in the Torino youth system are nicknamed "Balon-Boys" in honour of Adolfo Baloncieri, the player and club icon who ended his Torino career in 1932. Torino lost in the final to Swiss side Servette.[8]. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. He appointed Nereo Rocco as manager and signed club icon Gigi Meroni, nicknamed "The Maroon Butterfly" (La Farfalla Granata). [39][40], The Torino club badge has always featured a rampant bull, the symbol of the city of Turin. The stallion is flanked by "1906" (the year of establishment) and “FC” (standing for Football Club). 75 klubów, 7 gr.el.+ 3 gr.półfinał.+ finał. FIGURINE CALCIATORI PANINI Scudetto Juventus 1973-74 N 17 Badge Rarissimo Velina - EUR 199,00. On 19 August, Urbano Cairo was officially announced as the new president of the club at the bar Norman (once known as Voigt brewery). [16], In the 1992–93 season, Torino won their fifth Coppa Italia after defeating Roma,[16] however the club subsequently went through a period of severe economic difficulties. Torino's historical rivalries are with Sampdoria, Piacenza, Verona, Lazio, Perugia, Internazionale, Atalanta, Ternana and Ancona. The Grande Torino, as the team was known, was widely recognised as one of the strongest footballing sides of the period, until the entire team was killed in the 1949 Superga air disaster. [10], After the revoking of the prior scudetto, Torino were reconfirmed champions of Italy in the 1927–28 season. However, three straight losses for the Bianconeri, the second of which was in the derby, allowed Torino to overtake. [38] the shirt was debuted on 6 January 1953 in a league match against Milan, ending 1–1. [70] In the 1970s the fans began to organise the club's first choreographies, which were used in commercials of French carmaker Renault in the subsequent decade. [33] Other accounts, considered less reliable, speak of a tribute to the founder Alfredo Dick, who was a fan of the Genevan team Servette, the Swiss club of the founders homeland, or a reference to the English club Sheffield, the oldest football club in the world, whose colours were also initially adopted by Internazionale Torino. [1] In the 1958–59 season, the club briefly moved to the Stadio Comunale: the move was short-lived however, as the club was relegated to Serie B that year, and returned to the Filadelfia out of superstition.[47]. Tempo rimasto 4g 17h rimasti. The club's traditional colour is maroon, and its symbol is a rampant bull, the traditional symbol of the city of Turin, from which the club's nickname is derived, "Il Toro" (The Bull). Torino in Europa League. [60] Francesco Graziani is the Torino player who has accumulated the most appearances (47) and goals (20) for Italy. Among the players of Torino to win international honours with the Italy national football team are Adolfo Baloncieri, Antonio Janni, Julio Libonatti and Gino Rossetti, all winners with Italy at the Central European International Cup 1927–30, and who (with exception of Libonatti) also won bronze medals at the 1928 Summer Olympics. [13] Despite the tragedy, Torino finished the season in seventh place and won the Coppa Italia. Historijski gledano, Torino je peti najuspješniji tim u Italiji po broju osvojenih scudetta. With valuable contributions from Antonio Janni, Giacinto Ellena and Mario Sperone, Novo was able to build a team known as the "Grande Torino".[10]. [14] The club was promoted back to Serie A in the 1989–90 season, and after having made important signings, qualified for the UEFA Cup under Emiliano Mondonico. Torino plays all of its home games at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino (also known as the Stadio Comunale "Vittorio Pozzo" until 2006). Ghirardi: "Calcio finito, "MARCATORI – Immobile capocannoniere. [69] In 1979, the curva Maratona was awarded "the most beautiful stand of Europe" by French magazine Onze Mondial; an image of this section of the stadium was later featured on the cover of France Football on 21 December 1979. La Serie A 1973–74 fue la 72.ª edición del campeonato de fútbol de más alto nivel en Italia y la 42.ª bajo el formato de grupo único. [52][53][54][55] Subsequently, Lido Vieri and Giorgio Ferrini were victorious at the 1968 European Championship with the Azzurri,[56][57] whilst Giuseppe Dossena won the FIFA World Cup in 1982. [34][35], Since then, the traditional home uniform of Torino has been composed of a kit combined with traditionally white but occasionally also maroon shorts, and black socks cuffed maroon. The tragedy was a catalyst for the club's slow demise, and for the first time in its history, Torino would find itself in the second division in 1960. On 8 May 1898 Internazionale Torino, Football Club Torinese and Ginnastica Torino, along with Genoa as part of the International Exhibition for the fiftieth anniversary of the Statuto Albertino gave birth to the first Italian Football Championship. EUR 9,99 ... 1973-74 TORINO Calciatori Panini SCEGLI *** figurina con velina *** Nuovo. [65], The fans of Torino hold a number of distinctions, including the first ever organised supporters group in Italy, the Fedelissimi Granata, founded in 1951. giornata: data: incontro: risultato: marcatori: 1: 07 ott 1973: cesena: 0 torino: 0 : 2: 15 ott 1973: torino: 1: 66' pulici: roma: 0 : 3: 28 ott 1973 More recently, from 2006 to 2017, the team's training base was the Sisport di Corso Unione Sovietica. The first of these so-called oriundo was Julio Libonatti who was transferred to Torino. [1] In 100 seasons, including 18 in various championships that preluded the single round format (Torino withdrew in 1908 and the 1915–16 Coppa Federale is not recognised), 73 in Serie A and 12 in Serie B, the club has finished on the podium in 23% of cases. Top goalscorer: Paolo Pulici (172). Internationally, Torino won the Mitropa Cup in 1991 and were finalists in the UEFA Cup in 1991–92. and adopted a new crest with rampant bull, inspired by Torino's. In the 1971–72 season, Torino managed a third-place finish, placed just one point behind Juventus. Sports > List > Football > Resources > Lists > Winners > Serie A. Italian Serie A Winners List. The captain and undisputed leader of the team was Valentino Mazzola, father of Ferruccio and Sandro, who would subsequently follow their father in becoming footballers. At the end of the 1988–89 season Torino were relegated to Serie B for the second time in their history. Totale 142 partite 12 reti. Although, the trophy was taken away due to an alleged fraud during the Turin derby. After three seasons, the club once again were relegated to Serie B. In addition, they have won the Coppa Italia Primavera a record eight times, and the prestigious Torneo di Viareggio six times. [71] Supporters of Torino are on good terms with the curva nord of Alessandria and curva sud of Nocerina. [1], In the 2006–07 season, Torino, for the first time in history played at a level higher than Juventus: while the Granata competed in Serie A, Juventus took part in Serie B following the aftermath of the Calciopoli scandal. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. He was replaced by Walter Mazzarri in January, who guided the club to another ninth-place finish at the end of the 2017–18 season. Indice. Financial troubles and further relegation  led to Torino declaring bankruptcy in 2005. In 1978, Torino finished second again (tied with a Vicenza side led by Paolo Rossi), still behind Juventus but with a larger gulf in points. The "1906" on the left side of the shield was later added to denote the founding year of the historic Foot-Ball Club Torino.[41]. [21] The club was granted admission to the Petrucci Law, which guaranteed registration to Serie B, as well as all of the sporting titles of "Torino Calcio." The reconstruction of a winning team, initiated by the club president Pianelli, continued with the victory of another Coppa Italia in the 1970–71 season. First participation: 1909-1910 Their success came to an abrupt end on 4 May 1949 when the Fiat G.212 airliner carrying the whole team crashed against the retaining wall of the Basilica of Superga in Turin.