Name
Torino

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Established
1906 (111 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Manager
Giampiero Ventura

Stadium/Home
Stadio Olimpico
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Location
Turin, Italy

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League
Italian Serie A

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Upcoming Events
26 Nov Milan - Torino San Siro
02 Dec Torino - Atalanta Stadio Olimpico
11 Dec Lazio - Torino Stadio Olimpico
16 Dec Torino - Napoli Stadio Olimpico
23 Dec SPAL 2013 - Torino Stadio Paolo Mazza

Latest Results
19 Nov Torino 1 - 1 Chievo Stadio Olimpico
05 Nov Inter 1 - 1 Torino San Siro
29 Oct Torino 2 - 1 Cagliari Stadio Olimpico
25 Oct Fiorentina 3 - 0 Torino Stadio Artemio Franchi
22 Oct Torino 0 - 1 Roma Stadio Olimpico

Description

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.

Team Members
Mattia Aramu
Paulo Barreto
Migjen Basha
Marco Benassi
Cesare Bovo
Federico Caron
Luca Castellaz
Alessandro Dam
Simone Edera
Iago Falque
Alexander Farn
Alessandro Gaz
Jean-Francois
Kamil Glik
Lys Gomis
Nicolas Gorobs
Giovanni Grazi
Omar El Kaddou
Nikola Maksimo
Josef Martinez
Salvatore Masi
Sanchez Mino
Christian Moli
Emiliano Moret
M'Baye Ni
Daniele Padell
Bruno Peres
Fabio Quagliar
Tomas Rincon
Simone Rosso
Umberto Saracc
Filippo Scagli
Gaston Silva
Sergiu Suciu
Simone Verdi
Marko Vesovic
Giuseppe Vives

Stadium or Home

Stadio Olimpico di Torino (originally Stadio Municipale Benito Mussolini and formerly Stadio Comunale Vittorio Pozzo) is a stadium located in the Santa Rita district in the south of Turin, Italy that is the home of Serie A club Torino. It was the site of the opening and closing ceremonies of the XX Winter Olympics, held on 10 and 26 February 2006, and the opening ceremonies of the IX Winter Paralympics, held on 10 and 19 March 2006. After the Olympics, the stadium was converted to a football ground for the home games of the city's football teams, Torino and Juventus.

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