There wasn’t a single empty seat. Over 41,000 people were celebrating on their feet, as a pin-point through […]
The San Siro stadium, named after the district around five kilometres north-west of Milan city centre, opened in 1926. In its earliest days, the stadium consisted of four separate stands and had a capacity of 35,000. The San Siro hosted three matches at the 1934 World Cup. Originally owned by Milan, the stadium was sold to the city in 1935. Ten years later, Inter joined Milan in playing their matches at the San Siro, which, by this point, had been redeveloped to consist of one fully enclosed tier.
A Season with Verona, the cult classic by Tim Parks, charted the highs and lows of one memorable […]
2000 was a great year for Turkish football. Beside Galatasaray’s UEFA Cup and Super Cup victories, Turkey reached the quarter final at Euro 2000.
TGU Calcio Castaways (E05): With Wayne Girard In the latest instalment of our series, Richard Hall asked Wayne Girard to choose […]
After Italy started their Euro 2012 campaign with an impressive 1-1 draw with World Champions Spain in Gdansk, […]
Italy is renowned for producing many of the game’s greatest goalkeepers. Those that immediately spring to mind include […]
It’s May 31st, 1996 and Italy are playing Spain in the final of the European under 21 championships […]
It was probably the most tormented and tempestuous summer that Florentine football has ever known. While the rest […]
They call him “The King of Rome”. It was 1989, and a fresh faced 13-year-old walked through the […]
Tomas Brolin became a legend at Parma after signing from IFK Norrkoping after Italia 90. Featuring in the […]
In the late 1980’s through to the early 1990’s, Enzo Scifo was one of the best midfielders in […]
When Dejan Savicevic arrived in Italy for the 1992-93 season, Serie A was in its pomp. It boasted […]
Five hundred and seventy nine – that’s the average attendance at Lega Pro side Albinoleffe’s home matches this […]