Torino FC Tickets
Torino FC - defying odds since 2012
Ever since their promotion back into Serie A in 2012, the club has done an impressive job in securing its top-flight status. They haven't looked close to being relegated in recent years and now look set to vie for a Europa League place. That means now is the best time to buy and sell Torino FC tickets on StubHub!
Walter Mazzarri has an eye for business
Walter Mazzarri brought some new faces to the club in the summer of 2018, with a vision of keeping Torino a consistent top-half club. Reinforcements were made to the defence, with Armando Izzo and Bremer, along with defensive midfielder Soualiho Meite, all arriving over a busy transfer window ahead of the 2018/19 Serie A season. Not much money has been spent on new recruits so far, but that might be partly due to Torino already having what looks like a very solid squad. This squad is anchored by the experienced Salvatore Sirigu in goal and they will be desperate to keep hold of their commanding centre-back Nicolas Nkoulou, who will be vital to the club's fortunes in the short term. The midfield plays as an effective unit, making Torino a difficult team to go up against. Regardless, there is no getting away from the fact that Andrea Belotti is the MVP of the team, and the big draw for buyers of Torino FC tickets. He alone enjoyed 26 goals in one of his Torino seasons -- but the team is a hard-working unit overall, living to please its fans through devoted performances.
Torino FC fighting for local recognition
Relegated four times since 1997, Torino has struggled to shine in the looming shadow of their great local rivals, Juventus FC. Juventus has been a very successful club in its own right, with seven league titles to their name. The last one came in 1976 and another is long overdue, giving fans of the 'Bulls' more reason than ever to buy and sell Torino FC tickets on StubHub! Ahead of 2018/19, a Coppa Italia success in 1993 remained the club's last major trophy, but Torino FC is currently in its best period since the early 1990s. There is a firm belief that relegation will never again overshadow Torino, with the club and its fans looking up the table, rather than down, on a more consistent basis. With great players like Bellotti, "Il Toro" will be hoping that the great city of Turin can once again have two teams face off for the Serie A title. There is a ways to go, but it certainly seems as though they are heading in the right direction!
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