Onur Bilgic recalls how Gli Azzurri kicked off Euro 2000, with a win against Turkey.
Dr. Henry Bell disagrees that Napoli were a one-man team during the Diego Maradona years, so much so that he’s chosen his ideal starting Napoli XI – without Maradona.
Emmet Gates talks to former Juventus midfielder Vladimir Jugovic about the last time The Old Lady won the Champions League, 25 years ago.
Onur Bilgic looks back on Sampdoria’s seismic Scudetto win in 1990-91, which celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Dr. Henry Bell and Alessandra Sau examine the small Sardinian town of Tonara, and the journeys of locals Marco Sau and Andrea Carboni.
In our latest entry, Marco Rinaldi explores arguably Italy’s most unique stadium: Venezia’s Stadio Pierluigi Penzo
Giancarlo Rinaldi delves in the history of Fiorentina’s Stadio Artemio Franchi, one of the oldest stadiums in the country.
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.
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.
In the first of a new ‘Stadium Guide’ series on TGU, Verona-based writer Richard Hough kicks us off with the Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi.
It’s the turn of site Editor Emmet Gates to reveal his top 5 favourite shirts from the history of Italian football.
Tom Griffiths concludes his look at the history behind some of Italy’s stadia with part II of his ‘What’s in a Stadium Name’ series.
What’s in a stadium name in Italy? In the first of a two-part special, Tom Griffiths explores the stories behind the names of some of the most loved Stadia in the peninsula.
Ahead of the most highly anticipated Derby della Madonnina in years, Richard Hall and Emmet Gates look at some of the players who have worn both the Nerazzurri and Rossoneri shirt down the years.