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Torino

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Ivan Juric

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Established
1906 (116 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadio Olimpico
(27,958 Capacity)

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Location
Turin, Italy

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League
Italian Serie A

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GOAviator: 27/Jan/22
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Upcoming Events
06 Feb 22 Udinese   -  Torino
12 Feb 22 Torino   -  Venezia
18 Feb 22 Juventus   -  Torino
27 Feb 22 Torino   -  Cagliari
06 Mar 22 Bologna   -  Torino

Latest Results
23 Jan 22 Torino  1 - 1  Sassuolo
15 Jan 22 Sampdoria  1 - 2  Torino
10 Jan 22 Torino  4 - 0  Fiorentina
06 Jan 22 Atalanta  P - P  Torino
22 Dec 21 Inter  1 - 0  Torino

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Torino Football Club (commonly referred to as Torino or simply Toro, is an Italian professional football club based in Turin, Piedmont. It currently plays in Serie A.

Founded as Foot-Ball Club Torino in 1906, Torino are among the most successful clubs in Italy with seven league titles, including five consecutive league titles during the 1940s. 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. They have also won the Coppa Italia five times, the last of which was in the 1992–93 season. Internationally, Torino won the Mitropa Cup in 1991 and were finalists in the UEFA Cup in 1991–92.

Torino plays all of its home games at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino (also known as the Stadio Comunale "Vittorio Pozzo" until 2006). The club's 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).

Team Members
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Pontus
Jansson
#18


Kamil
Glik
#15


Leandro
Castan



Antonio
Barreca
#27


Marco
Benassi
#15


Daniele
Padelli
#27


Cesare
Bovo



Panagiotis
Tachtsidis
#77


Luca
Rossettini
#13


Bruno
Peres



Alfred
Gomis
#16


Mirko
Valdifiori
#6


Salvador
Ichazo
#13


Emiliano
Moretti



Nikola
Maksimovic
#52


Joe
Hart
#15


Sanchez
Mino



Davide
Zappacosta
#77


Lorenzo
De #29


Riccardo
Sottil
#33


Jacopo
Segre



Filippo
Berardi



Attilio
Lombardo



Andrea
Zaccagno
#27


Kevin
Bonifazi
#4


Cristian
Molinaro
#3


Mattia
Aramu
#10


Claudio
Morra
#11


Gaston
Silva
#20

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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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