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Torino FC

Torino FC
'Il Grande Torino' who won five titles between 1943 and 1949 before the Superga air disaster ©Getty Images

Torino FC

Formed: 1906
Nicknames: Toro (Bull), Granata (Maroons)

UEFA club competition honours (runners-up in brackets)
• UEFA Cup: (1992)

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
• League title: 7 (1976)
• Italian Cup: 5 (1993)

History
• Torino's origins lie in Football Club Torinese, a team founded in 1894 which six years later absorbed another local side, Internazionale Torino. In 1906 they welcomed a breakaway faction from Juventus, led by a Swiss, Alfredo Dick, and duly changed their name to FC Torino and their shirt colour to maroon.

• In 1926/27 Torino moved into the Stadio Filadelfia and won the league only to be stripped of their prize; they made amends the next year as a side built by club president Count Enrico Marone Cinzano and featuring the goals of Julio Libonatti, Adolfo Baloncieri and Gino Rossetti claimed their first official title.

• Torino's greatest period came in the 1940s with five straight championships secured between 1943 and 1949. The third of those successes (1946/47) featured a club-record 29-goal haul from their captain Valentino Mazzola. Tragically the era of 'Il Grande Torino' ended with the Superga plane crash on 4 May 1949 in which 31 people, including 18 players, perished on their way home from a friendly match in Lisbon.

• The club's solitary Serie A triumph since then arrived in 1976 when Luigi Radice steered a team spearheaded by 21-goal Paolo Pulici to the title, three points clear of neighbours Juventus.

• The Granata's closest brush with European glory came in 1992 when a side containing the attacking talents of Gianluigi Lentini, Enzo Scifo, Walter Casagrande, Martín Vázquez and Giorgio Bresciani reached the UEFA Cup final, losing to AFC Ajax on away goals. Consolation of sorts came the next season with a Coppa Italia final victory against AS Roma – their last major honour.

• After 16 years at the Stadio Delle Alpi, Torino moved back to their old home at the Stadio Comunale – now renamed the Stadio Olimpico – in 2006.

Club records
Most appearances: Giorgio Ferrini (566)
Most goals: Paolo Pulici (172)
Record victory: Torino FC 14-0 AC Reggiana 1919 (Campionato Italiano, 5 February 1928)
Record defeat: AC Milan 7-0 Torino FC (Serie A, 26 February 1950)

Last updated: 11/07/13 12.56CET

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Matches

HomeAway
The home team is listed first.Last updated: 19/07/2014 03:29 CET
17 August 2013 - Italian Cup, Third round
Torino1-2Pescara
Referee: not available
08/28/2013 00:13:11
25 August 2013 - Italian Serie A
Torino2-0Sassuolo
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:57:39
1 September 2013 - Italian Serie A
Atalanta2-0Torino
Referee: not available – Bergamo
07/07/2014 17:47:19
14 September 2013 - Italian Serie A
Torino2-2Milan
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:48:28
22 September 2013 - Italian Serie A
Bologna1-2Torino
Referee: not available – Bologna
07/07/2014 17:43:48
25 September 2013 - Italian Serie A
Torino2-2Verona
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:46:48
29 September 2013 - Italian Serie A
Torino0-1Juventus
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:32:18
6 October 2013 - Italian Serie A
Sampdoria2-2Torino
Referee: not available – Genova
07/07/2014 17:32:38
20 October 2013 - Italian Serie A
Torino3-3Internazionale
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:34:28
27 October 2013 - Italian Serie A
Napoli2-0Torino
Referee: not available – Napoli
07/07/2014 17:35:19
30 October 2013 - Italian Serie A
Livorno3-3Torino
Referee: not available – Livorno
07/07/2014 17:36:00
3 November 2013 - Italian Serie A
Torino1-1Roma
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:39:08
10 November 2013 - Italian Serie A
Cagliari2-1Torino
Referee: not available – Cagliari
07/07/2014 17:37:40
24 November 2013 - Italian Serie A
Torino4-1Catania
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:34:29
30 November 2013 - Italian Serie A
Genoa1-1Torino
Referee: not available – Genova
07/07/2014 17:33:30
8 December 2013 - Italian Serie A
Torino1-0Lazio
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:56:58
15 December 2013 - Italian Serie A
Udinese0-2Torino
Referee: not available – Udine
07/07/2014 17:56:38
22 December 2013 - Italian Serie A
Torino4-1Chievo
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:35:58
6 January 2014 - Italian Serie A
Parma3-1Torino
Referee: not available – Parma
07/07/2014 17:36:08
12 January 2014 - Italian Serie A
Torino0-0Fiorentina
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:50:58
19 January 2014 - Italian Serie A
Sassuolo0-2Torino
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:49:49
26 January 2014 - Italian Serie A
Torino1-0Atalanta
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:45:38
1 February 2014 - Italian Serie A
Milan1-1Torino
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:45:31
9 February 2014 - Italian Serie A
Torino1-2Bologna
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:46:59
17 February 2014 - Italian Serie A
Verona1-3Torino
Referee: not available – Verona
07/07/2014 17:35:00
23 February 2014 - Italian Serie A
Juventus1-0Torino
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:36:19
2 March 2014 - Italian Serie A
Torino0-2Sampdoria
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:38:49
9 March 2014 - Italian Serie A
Internazionale1-0Torino
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:42:59
17 March 2014 - Italian Serie A
Torino0-1Napoli
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:39:40
22 March 2014 - Italian Serie A
Torino3-1Livorno
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:40:30
25 March 2014 - Italian Serie A
Roma2-1Torino
Referee: not available – Roma
07/07/2014 17:39:20
30 March 2014 - Italian Serie A
Torino2-1Cagliari
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:39:59
6 April 2014 - Italian Serie A
Catania1-2Torino
Referee: not available – Catania
07/07/2014 17:57:28
13 April 2014 - Italian Serie A
Torino2-1Genoa
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:59:10
19 April 2014 - Italian Serie A
Lazio3-3Torino
Referee: not available – Roma
07/07/2014 17:58:19
27 April 2014 - Italian Serie A
Torino2-0Udinese
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 18:00:48
4 May 2014 - Italian Serie A
Chievo0-1Torino
Referee: not available – Verona
07/07/2014 18:02:38
11 May 2014 - Italian Serie A
Torino1-1Parma
Referee: not available
07/07/2014 17:51:29
18 May 2014 - Italian Serie A
Fiorentina2-2Torino
Referee: not available – Firenze
07/07/2014 17:53:08

Club record in UEFA competitions

  • Biggest win:
    02/10/1991, Torino 6-1 KR, Turin
  • Biggest defeat:
    27/09/1972, Las Palmas 4-0 Torino, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
  • Appearances in UEFA Champions League:  1
  • Appearances in UEFA Cup Winners' Cup:  4
  • Appearances in UEFA Europa League:  12
  • Appearances in UEFA Intertoto Cup:  1
  • Player with most UEFA appearances: 24
    Giorgio Ferrini (  ITA)
  • Top scorers in UEFA club competitions: 8
    Francesco Graziani (  ITA)
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