Torino Football Club is an Italian professional football club which was founded in 1906 as AC Torino. The club play their home games at the Stadio Olimpico and the team is currently playing in the Serie A. Torino play in maroon shirts with white shorts. Torino are affectionately known as Granata and Il Toro. Their arch-rivals are Juventus.
Torino suffered a great tragedy during their long history as on May 4, 1949, on their way home after a friendly match against Benfica in Portugal, the airplane carrying the Turin club contingent crashed on a hill near Turin killing nearly all the player and managers. They had just recorded their fifth back-to-back Serie A title, and this tragedy is still widely remembered by many Toro fans.
Serie A club Torino have been issued with one of the more beautiful kit collections for 2016/17 by Italian counterparts Kappa. Preparing for yet another season of Serie A football, notching up over 70 appearances, Torino will take to their own Stadio Olimpico Grande and opposition pitches wearing [...]
Serie A outfit Torino have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for the 2015-16 season. Again supplied by Italian brand Kappa, the all new home shirt for Torino again uses a traditional design boasting the club's historic maroon and white home colours [...]
Italian Serie A side Torino have officially launched their brand new home, away and third kits for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Kappa, the new home shirt for Torino features the club's trademark burgundy colour along with white trim on the sponsors and branding [...]
Torino have been one of the most successful Serie A clubs in Italian club football history where they have won seven league titles and five Coppa Italia titles. The club last won the Serie A title in the 1975-76 season and they are yet to return to their dominance in Italian football. The Clarets have a bitter rivalry against city side Juventus and it is dubbed the 'Derby della Mole'.
During their long history, Torino have managed to claim seven Serie A titles, their last achievement being in the 1975-76 season. They finished runners-up five times. Torino won the Coppa Italia five times, with their last successful participation in the competition being in 1993. They were also crowned Serie B champions for 3 times in 1959-60, 1989-90, 2000-01. Their best ever achievements in European competitions was in 1991-92 when they finished runners-up in the UEFA Cup.