About Torino
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  • Name: Torino
  • City: Turin
  • Home Stadium: Stadio Olimpico di Torino
  • Established Date: 1906
  • Coach: Ivan Juric
Torino Score
Italian Serie AHTFT
Torino
Benevento 2
1
0
1
1
D
Lazio 4
Torino
0
0
0
0
D
Spezia 3
Torino 5
2
0
4
1
L
Torino 2
AC Milan 1
0
2
0
7
L
Verona 3
Torino 3
0
0
1
1
D
Torino
Parma 3
0
0
1
0
W
Torino 1 3
Napoli 1
0
2
0
2
L
Bologna 4
Torino 2
1
0
1
1
D
Torino 2
AS Roma 1 2
0
1
3
1
W
Udinese
Torino 3
0
0
0
1
W
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Torino Player
# Name Position
7
Sasa Lukic Central Midfield
8
Daniele Baselli Central Midfield
77
Karol Linetty Central Midfield
86
Ibrahim Karamoko Central Midfield
18
Samir Ujkani Goalkeeper
32
Vanja Milinkovic Savic Goalkeeper
39
Salvatore Sirigu Goalkeeper
90
Razvan Sava Goalkeeper
10
Amer Gojak Attacking Midfield
24
Simone Verdi Attacking Midfield
38
Rolando Mandragora Defensive Midfield
88
Tomas Rincon Defensive Midfield
17
Wilfried Stephane Singo Right Back
27
Mergim Vojvoda Right Back
13
Ricardo Rodriguez Left Back
15
Cristian Ansaldi Left Back
29
Nicola Murru Left Back
3
Gleison Bremer Silva Nascimento Centre Back
4
Lyanco Evangelista Silveira Neves Vojnov Centre Back
5
Armando Izzo Centre Back
45
Erick Ferigra Centre Back
99
Alessandro Buongiorno Centre Back
9
Andrea Belotti Centre Forward
11
Simone Zaza Centre Forward
19
Antonio Sanabria Centre Forward
26
Federico Bonazzoli Centre Forward
 
Ivan Juric Coach
 
Salvatore Sullo Assistant Coach
Founded as Foot-Ball Club Torino in 1906, Torino are among the most successful clubs in Italy with seven league titles, including five consecutive league titles during the 1940s. The Grande Torino, as the team was known, was widely recognised as one of the strongest footballing sides of the period, until the entire team was killed in the 1949 Superga air disaster.[1] They have also won the Coppa Italia five times, the last of which was in the 1992–93 season. Internationally, Torino won the Mitropa Cup in 1991 and were finalists in the UEFA Cup in 1991–92.