Travel Guide: Chievo and Hellas Verona

The city of Verona is no stranger to tourists with its magnificent centre being a World Heritage Site, but those who head slightly south-west to the Stadio Bentegodi can enjoy football in Serie A and Serie B thanks to the Gialloblu duo of Chievo and Hellas Verona Chievo Tickets A ticket to watch Chievo in Serie A is a relatively easy feat and one that More...

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By Forza Italian Football Staff On Monday, August 15th, 2016

Travel Guide: Empoli

In the latest installment of our Travel Guide series, we tell you how to go about a trip to Tuscany to see Empoli play at the Stadio Carlo Castellani. A trip to the Stadio Carlo Castellani to watch Italian football More...

By Oscar La-Gambina On Friday, September 11th, 2015

Travel Guide: Sassuolo

Sassuolo are one of the new boys in recent times for Italian top-flight football, and there is something magical about seeing a lesser-known side playing the big teams and consistently surviving in Serie A. While More...

By Vieri Capretta On Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

Travel Guide: Fiorentina

The town of the Ponte Vecchio, the Duomo and the Uffizi. The cradle of the Renaissance and the home of Dante Alighieri. And of course, the town that hosts the Stadio Artemio Franchi, the home of Fiorentina. A trip More...

By Suhayl Al-Sammari On Monday, September 7th, 2015

Travel Guide: Torino

Despite living in the shadow of their more illustrious neighbours Juventus recently, Torino are worth a visit for any trip to northern Italy. The Granata are sure to capture the heart of any neutral with their blend More...

By Conor Clancy On Monday, September 7th, 2015

Travel Guide: Atalanta

Planning a trip to Northern Italy, or more specifically, Bergamo and fancy taking in some football? Luckily, our very own resident Atalanta fan Conor Clancy takes you through a visit to the Stadio Atleti Azzurri More...

By Kevin Pogorzelski On Sunday, September 6th, 2015

Travel Guide: Catania

With their demotion to Serie B last term a trip to Catania is possibly not high on the agenda of fans wishing to get their fix of Italian football, however, sitting in the shadow of the famous Mount Etna on the More...

By David Lee Wheatley On Saturday, September 5th, 2015

Travel guide: Juventus

Juventus Stadium replaced the loathed Stadio Delle Alpi in 2011, providing an impressive backdrop worthy of a European leading light. The reigning Serie A champions are the most successful team in Italian football More...

By Joe Ginto On Saturday, September 5th, 2015

Travel Guide: Napoli

Are you considering a trip to the Stadio San Paolo to see Napoli in action? Luckily for you, Joe Ginto takes you through a visit to the home of the Partenopei. The passion of Neapolitans is difficult to explain More...

By Kevin Pogorzelski On Friday, September 4th, 2015

Travel Guide: Palermo

After their impressive return to Serie A last season Palermo once again hold Sicilian bragging rights over island neighbours Catania, and although losing star striker Paulo Dybala to Turin giants Juventus there More...

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