Dr. Henry Bell and Alessandra Sau examine the small Sardinian town of Tonara, and the journeys of locals Marco Sau and Andrea Carboni.
Trevor Stynes recalls his experience of moving to Italy in 2001 and the rebirth of Fiorentina as Florentia Viola in the summer of 2002
Martin Dunlop traces Roma’s last two decades, starting with their last Scudetto win in 2000/01 and ending with the disastrous 2004/05 campaign.
As Inter close in on their first Scudetto in over a decade, similiarities have been drawn between Antonio Conte’s side and Giovanni Trapattoni’s title-winning side of 1988/89. Dan Cancian takes a look.
In our latest entry, Marco Rinaldi explores arguably Italy’s most unique stadium: Venezia’s Stadio Pierluigi Penzo
Ross Kilvington examines Gli Azzurri’s struggles in the aftermath of the Superga disaster, as the 1950s became the lost decade for the Italian national side.
Giancarlo Rinaldi delves in the history of Fiorentina’s Stadio Artemio Franchi, one of the oldest stadiums in the country.
Roberto Baggio didn’t want to leave Fiorentina and join Juventus, but in the summer of 1990, he did. Onur Bilgic recounts his first trip back to Florence in April 1991, and the penalty he didn’t take.
On April 1st, 2001, Roberto Baggio’s Brescia travelled to Turin to face Juventus in a game the Bianconeri had to win. They didn’t. Emmet Gates tells the story.
Frank Risorto shares his experience of visiting the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara to see Bologna take on Inter.
In our latest TGU Stadium Guide entry, Parma-based writer Conor Clancy gives the rundown on life in the city, and going to the Ennio Tardini on a weekly basis.
Jake Mills takes a deep dive into the rise of Ternana, who are taking Serie C by storm, and also have an ambitious plan to build a new stadium.
The latest in our ‘Stadium Guide’ series takes us to the south of Italy, and to the newly-named Stadio Diego Armando Maradona, the home ground of Napoli. James Nye gives the lowdown on how to spend a day in the city of Maradona.
In the latest entry to our ‘Stadium Guide’, Jeremy Bowling delves deep into the magnificent Stadio San Nicola in Bari.
Ronaldo El Fenomeno is chiefly associated with his stints at Inter, Real Madrid and Barcelona, but his last European club – Milan – rarely gets mentioned. James Brookes recalls the last stand of a football legend.