|Wednesday 20th Sep||Udinese||-||Torino||Stadio Friuli|
|Saturday 23rd Sep||Juventus||-||Torino||Juventus Stadium|
|Sunday 1st Oct||Torino||-||Verona||Stadio Olimpico|
|Sunday 15th Oct||Crotone||-||Torino||Ezio Scida|
|Sunday 22nd Oct||Torino||-||Roma||Stadio Olimpico|
|Sunday 17th Sep||Torino||-||Sampdoria||Stadio Olimpico|
|Sunday 10th Sep||Benevento||0 - 1||Torino||Stadio Ciro Vigorito|
|Sunday 27th Aug||Torino||3 - 0||Sassuolo||Stadio Olimpico|
|Sunday 20th Aug||Bologna||1 - 1||Torino||Stadio Renato Dall'Ara|
|Sunday 28th May||Torino||5 - 3||Sassuolo||Stadio Olimpico|
Torino Football Club (Italian pronunciation), commonly referred to as simply Torino or Toro, is a professional Italian football club based in Turin, Piedmont, that plays in Serie A.
Among the most successful clubs in Italy, Torino have won the league title seven times. Between 1942 and 1949, the club won five successive league titles, tying the all-time record, as well as becoming the first Italian club to win the double. The club has also won the Coppa Italia five times, the last of which was in the 1992–93 season, and the Mitropa Cup, won in 1991. On the international stage, Torino were finalists in the UEFA Cup in 1991–92.
In the perpetual ranking of Serie A, which takes into account all the football teams that have played in the top flight at least once, Torino occupies 8th place, having participated in 70 of the 82 editions held.
Founded as "Foot-Ball Club Torino" on 3 December 1906, it was renamed Associazione Calcio Torino in the 1936–37 season. In the 1977–78 season, the club took the name Torino Calcio which was preserved until the club was declared bankrupt at the end of the 2004–05 season. The new club, regained the rights and the title of the old association, continuing as Torino Football Club.
Omar El Kaddou