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Argentina equipo de 1902

Argentina equipo de 1902

Español: formacion del Seleccionado Argentino en 1902

Cardenas vs celtic

Cardenas vs celtic

Juan Carlos Chango Cárdenas celebrating his goal v. Celtic in Montevideo.

Independiente (club)

Independiente (club)

Español: Club Atlético Independiente equipo de 1912

Independiente 1922

Independiente 1922

Español: plantel de Club Atlético Independiente 1922

Independiente 1924 copa competencia

Independiente 1924 copa competencia

Club Atlético Independiente: plantel campeón Copa Competencia 1924 Arriba: Ferro, Debuglio, José Pérez, Isusi (arquero), Ucar, Scoffano. Abajo: Canaveri, Lalín, Manuel López,, Ravaschino, Orsi.

Independiente 1928

Independiente 1928

Club Atlético Independiente plantel que enfrentó al Barcelona: Arriba: Chiarella, Bartolomedi, Debuglio, Sangiovanni, Ronzoni y Martínez. Abajo: Canaveri, Lalín, Ravaschino, Seoane y Orsi

Independiente plantel 1927

Independiente plantel 1927

Club Atlético Independiente 1927

Raffo gol racing 1967

Raffo gol racing 1967

Racing Club players celebrating the first goal scored by Norberto Raffo at the Intercontinental Cup, 2nd leg, played in Avellaneda.

River Plate team 1913

River Plate team 1913

Team of River Plate that played the first Superclásico in Primera División

Torino fc 1929

Torino fc 1929

Italian team Torino F.C. that toured on Argentina in 1929. The squad played three matches with a local combined team. Torino team: Bosia; Zanello and Monti; Avalle, Colombari and Martin; Bainardi, A. Baloncieri... More

Batalla de Santiago 2
Batalla de Santiago
JoseNasazzi1926

JoseNasazzi1926

Former football player José Nasazzi, posing with the Uruguay national team at them 1926 South American championship.

Santiago Wanderers, Sucesos, 1905-10-13 (164)

Santiago Wanderers, Sucesos, 1905-10-13 (164)

Español: Santiago Wanderers F. C. en 1905

Santos Iriarte (cropped)

Santos Iriarte (cropped)

Español: Selección de Uruguay en 1930. Arriba: Álvaro Gestido, José Nasazzi, Enrique Ballestero, Ernesto Mascheroni, José Leandro Andrade y Lorenzo Fernández. Abajo: Pablo Dorado, Héctor Scarone, Héctor Castro,... More

Sele1930

Sele1930

Español: Selección de fútbol de Chile en la Copa Mundial de 1930. Arriba: Víctor Morales, Ernesto Chaparro, Guillermo Saavedra, Roberto Cortés, Arturo Torres y Casimiro Torres. Abajo: Juan Aguilera, Carlos Vida... More

Temuco 61

Temuco 61

Español: Formación del club chileno de fútbol Deportes Temuco, campeón del Campeonato Regional de 1961.

Uruguay1926 (Batignani cropped)

Uruguay1926 (Batignani cropped)

Español: Fausto Batignani con la seleccion de Uruguay en 1926.

Uruguay1926

Uruguay1926

Uruguay national football line-up of 1926. Back row, l. to r.: Scarone, Fígoli (coach), Fernández, Andrade, Urdinarán, Batignani, Vanzzino; Front row, l. to r.: Nasazzi, Recoba, Borjas, Castro, Saldombide.

Uruguay1930

Uruguay1930

Español: Selección de Uruguay en 1930. Arriba: Álvaro Gestido, José Nasazzi, Enrique Ballestrero, Ernesto Mascheroni, José Leandro Andrade y Lorenzo Fernández. Abajo: Pablo Dorado, Héctor Scarone, Héctor Castro... More

Wanderers19

Wanderers19

Wanderers en 1907

Wanderers1901

Wanderers1901

Santiago Wanderers football team.

Wanderers1925

Wanderers1925

Santiago Wanderers en 1925

Wanderers26

Wanderers26

Santiago Wanderers en 1926

(June 9, 1929) Associazione Calcio Napoli

(June 9, 1929) Associazione Calcio Napoli

Naples (Italy), Arenaccia's Military Stadium, June 9, 1929. A line-up of A.C. Napoli took to the field in the home victory versus S.S. Ambrosiana (4-1), Matchday 29 of the Italian Championship 1928–29 Divisione... More

1898 Genoa Cricket and Athletic Club

1898 Genoa Cricket and Athletic Club

A line-up of Genoa Cricket and Athletic Club in the 1898 season.

1909 Società Ginnastica Pro Vercelli

1909 Società Ginnastica Pro Vercelli

A line-up of S.G. Pro Vercelli in the 1909 season. From left to right: P. Ferraro (I), V. Fresia, A. Binaschi, G. Milano (I), G. Servetto, F. Milano (II), G. Ara, G. Innocenti, P. Leone, C. Rampini (I), C. Corna.

1914–15 Milan Foot-Ball and Cricket Club - Erminio Brevedan

1914–15 Milan Foot-Ball and Cricket Club - Erminio Brevedan

Italian footballer Erminio Brevedan with Milan Foot-Ball and Cricket Club in the 1914–15 season.

1919-1920 Inter Milan

1919-1920 Inter Milan

Italiano: Rosa dell'Internazionale Football Club 1919-1920

1920–21 Inter Milan - Cevenini brothers

1920–21 Inter Milan - Cevenini brothers

The five Cevenini brothers with Inter Milan in the 1920–21 season.

1920–21 Inter Milan - Luigi Cevenini

1920–21 Inter Milan - Luigi Cevenini

Italian footballer Luigi Cevenini (III) with Inter Milan in the 1920–21 season.

1920–21 Prima Categoria, Northern League Final - US Pro Vercelli v Bologna FC - Rosetta and Pozzi

1920–21 Prima Categoria, Northern League Final - US Pro Vercelli v Bol...

Livorno (Italy), July 17, 1921. U.S. Pro Vercelli — Bologna F.C. 2-1, Italian Championship 1920–21 Prima Categoria, Northern League Final. From left to right: Pro Vercelli's right-back Virginio Rosetta versus B... More

1921–22 Unione Sportiva Novese

1921–22 Unione Sportiva Novese

A line-up of U.S. Novese in the 1921–22 season.

1921–22 US Novese - Luigi Cevenini (cropped)

1921–22 US Novese - Luigi Cevenini (cropped)

Italian footballer Luigi "Zizì" Cevenini (III) with U.S. Novese in the 1921–22 season.

1921–22 US Novese - Luigi Cevenini

1921–22 US Novese - Luigi Cevenini

Italian footballer Luigi "Zizì" Cevenini (III) with U.S. Novese in the 1921–22 season.

1923–24 Prima Divisione, Northern League Finals - Genoa CFC v Bologna FC - Schiavio, Burlando and De Vecchi

1923–24 Prima Divisione, Northern League Finals - Genoa CFC v Bologna ...

Genoa (Italy), "Via del Piano" Ground, June 15, 1924. Genoa C.F.C. — Bologna F.C. 1-0, Italian League 1923–24 Prima Divisione, Northern League Finals, 1st leg. From left to right, in the foreground: Bologna's s... More

1925–26 Prima Divisione - Bologna v Juventus (Northern League Finals, 1st Leg) - József Viola (cropped)

1925–26 Prima Divisione - Bologna v Juventus (Northern League Finals, ...

Italiano: Bologna, stadio Sterlino, 11 luglio 1926. Il centrocampista juventino József Violain azione nel corso della sfida tra Bologna e Juventus (2-2) valevole per l'andata della finale di Lega Nord del camp... More

1925–26 Prima Divisione - Bologna v Juventus (Northern League Finals, 1st Leg)

1925–26 Prima Divisione - Bologna v Juventus (Northern League Finals, ...

Italiano: Bologna (Italia), stadio Sterlino, 11 luglio 1926. Un frangente della sfida tra Bologna e Juventus (2-2) valevole per l'andata della finale di Lega Nord del campionato italiano di Prima Divisione 1925... More

1925–26 Prima Divisione - Bologna v Novara - Giuseppe Della Valle (cropped)

1925–26 Prima Divisione - Bologna v Novara - Giuseppe Della Valle (cro...

Italiano: Bologna, stadio Sterlino, 11 ottobre 1925. L'attaccante bolognese Giuseppe Della Valle in azione nel corso della sfida tra Bologna e Novara (4-1) valevole per la 2ª giornata del campionato italiano d... More

1925–26 Prima Divisione - Bologna v Novara

1925–26 Prima Divisione - Bologna v Novara

Italiano: Bologna (Italia), stadio Sterlino, 11 ottobre 1925. Una fase di gioco della sfida tra Bologna FC e FBA Novara (4-1) valevole per la 2ª giornata del campionato italiano di Prima Divisione 1925-26, Leg... More

1926–27 Divisione Nazionale - Bologna v Juventus (final round) - Schiavio, Rosetta and Allemandi (cropped)

1926–27 Divisione Nazionale - Bologna v Juventus (final round) - Schia...

Italiano: Bologna, stadio Sterlino, 27 marzo 1927. Il difensore juventino Luigi Allemandi (al centro) nel corso della sfida tra Bologna e Juventus (1-0) valevole per la 1ª giornata del girone finale atto all'as... More

1926–27 Divisione Nazionale - Bologna v Juventus (final round) - Schiavio, Rosetta and Allemandi

1926–27 Divisione Nazionale - Bologna v Juventus (final round) - Schia...

Italiano: Bologna (Italia), stadio Sterlino, 27 marzo 1927. Il centravanti bolognese Angelo Schiavio (a sinistra) elude l'intervento dei difensori juventini Virginio Rosetta (a destra) e Luigi Allemandi (sullo... More

1926–27 Divisione Nazionale, Group A - Genoa CFC v FBC Juventus - Combi, Gencsy and Romano II

1926–27 Divisione Nazionale, Group A - Genoa CFC v FBC Juventus - Comb...

Genoa (Italy), Marassi Ground, December 5, 1926. Genoa C.F.C. — F.B.C. Juventus 1-2, Matchday 9 of the Italian Championship 1926–27 Divisione Nazionale, Group A: Juventus' goalkeeper Gianpiero Combi keeps ahead... More

1926–27 Foot-Ball Club Juventus

1926–27 Foot-Ball Club Juventus

A line-up of F.B.C. Juventus in the 1926–27 season.

1927–28 Associazione Sportiva Roma

1927–28 Associazione Sportiva Roma

Rome, Appio Motor Speedway, November 13, 1927. A line-up of A.S. Roma took to the field in the home tie versus F.B.C. Juventus (0-0), Matchday 6 of the Italian Championship 1927–28 Divisione Nazionale, Group B.... More

1928 CONI Cup Award Ceremony (edited)

1928 CONI Cup Award Ceremony (edited)

Rome, National Fascist Party Stadium, February 24, 1929. At the end of the match between A.S. Roma and U.S. Triestina (4-0), Matchday 19 of the Italian Championship 1928–29 Divisione Nazionale, Group A, the two... More

1928 CONI Cup Award Ceremony

1928 CONI Cup Award Ceremony

Rome, National Fascist Party Stadium, February 24, 1929. At the end of the match between A.S. Roma and U.S. Triestina (4-0), Matchday 19 of the Italian Championship 1928–29 Divisione Nazionale, Group A, the two... More

1928-29 Divisione Nazionale - Juventus v Bologna - Combi, Schiavio, Rosetta

1928-29 Divisione Nazionale - Juventus v Bologna - Combi, Schiavio, Ro...

Italiano: Torino, stadio di Corso Marsiglia ("Campo Juventus"), 14 aprile 1929. Il portiere bianconero Gianpiero Combi (a sinistra) non riesce a opporsi al tiro del centravanti rossoblù Angelo Schiavio (a destr... More

1928–29 Associazione Calcio Napoli

1928–29 Associazione Calcio Napoli

A line-up of A.C. Napoli in the 1928–29 season. From left to right, standing: Sallustro, Gariglio, Buscaglia, Fenili, Valeriani, Cassese, Gontrano Innocenti, Ghisi, Roggia, Terrile (manager); crouched: Paulo In... More

1928–29 Associazione Sportiva Foligno

1928–29 Associazione Sportiva Foligno

A line-up of A.S. Foligno in the 1928–29 season; the photo probably refers to May 11, 1929, when the club beated 1-0 S.S. Perugia, on the neutral field of Arezzo, in the play-off promotion of the 1928–29 Third ... More

1928–29 Bologna Sezione Calcio

1928–29 Bologna Sezione Calcio

A line-up of Bologna S.C. in the 1928–29 season. From left to right, top: F. Busini (I), G. Della Valle, A. Schiavio (captain), A. Busini (III), G. Muzzioli, Bortolotti (masseur); middle: H. Felsner (coach), P.... More

1928–29 Società Sportiva Ambrosiana

1928–29 Società Sportiva Ambrosiana

A line-up of S.S. Ambrosiana in the 1928–29 season.

1929 Associazione Calcio Napoli

1929 Associazione Calcio Napoli

Naples (Italy), Arenaccia's Military Stadium, June 9, 1929. A line-up of A.C. Napoli took to the field in the home victory versus S.S. Ambrosiana (4-1), Matchday 29 of the Italian Championship 1928–29 Divisione... More

1930–31 Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana

1930–31 Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana

A line-up of A.S. Ambrosiana in the 1930–31 season. From left to right, standing: G. Viani, L. Allemandi, U. Visentin, A. Blasevich, A. Castellazzi, L. Conti, V. Degani; crouched: P. Serantoni, E. Rivolta, G. M... More

1930–31 Foot-Ball Club Juventus

1930–31 Foot-Ball Club Juventus

A line-up of F.B.C. Juventus in the 1930–31 season, posing inside the Campo Juventus ("Juventus Ground") in Turin, Italy.

1931–32 FBC Juventus - Cesarini, Sernagiotto, Combi, Caligaris and Maglio

1931–32 FBC Juventus - Cesarini, Sernagiotto, Combi, Caligaris and Mag...

From left to right: F.B.C. Juventus' footballers Renato Cesarini, Pedro Sernagiotto "Ministrinho", Gianpiero Combi, Umberto Caligaris and Juan Maglio in the 1931–32 season.

1931–32 FBC Juventus

1931–32 FBC Juventus

The first-team squad of F.C.B. Juventus in the 1931–32 season. From left to right: P. Sernagiotto "Ministrinho", R. Orsi, G. Vecchina, U. Caligaris, L. Monti, M. Ferrero, R. Cesarini, G. Ferrari, G. Combi, V. R... More

1931–32 Serie A - Juventus FC v AS Ambrosiana-Inter - Federico Munerati

1931–32 Serie A - Juventus FC v AS Ambrosiana-Inter - Federico Munerat...

Turin (Italy), Campo Juventus ("Juventus Ground"), January 17, 1932. An attempt by F.B.C. Juventus' footballer Federico Munerati (left) hindered by opponent's defense in the home victory versus A.S. Ambrosiana-... More

1931–32 Serie A - Juventus v Bologna - Orsi, Vecchina, Munerati

1931–32 Serie A - Juventus v Bologna - Orsi, Vecchina, Munerati

Turin (Italy), Campo Juventus ("Juventus Ground"), May 1, 1932. From left to right: F.B.C. Juventus' footballers Raimundo Orsi, Giovanni Vecchina and Federico Munerati leave the pitch at the end of the home vic... More

1932–33 Foot-Ball Club Juventus - Mario Ferrero (cropped)

1932–33 Foot-Ball Club Juventus - Mario Ferrero (cropped)

Italian footballer Mario Ferrero with F.B.C. Juventus in the 1932–33 season.

1932–33 Foot-Ball Club Juventus

1932–33 Foot-Ball Club Juventus

The first-team squad of F.B.C. Juventus in the 1932–33 season. From left to right, top: C. Carcano (coach), R. Cesarini, V. Rosetta (captain), G. Combi, U. Caligaris, M. Ferrero, F. Munerati; middle: M. Varglie... More

1932–33 Serie A - Milan FC v SS Lazio - Mario Magnozzi (cropped)

1932–33 Serie A - Milan FC v SS Lazio - Mario Magnozzi (cropped)

Milan (Italy), San Siro, January 25, 1933. Milan F.C. — S.S. Lazio 0-0, Matchday 14 of the Italian Championship 1932–33 Serie A. Milan's forward Mario Magnozzi in action.

1932–33 Serie A - Milan FC v SS Lazio - Mario Magnozzi

1932–33 Serie A - Milan FC v SS Lazio - Mario Magnozzi

Milan (Italy), San Siro, January 25, 1933. Milan F.C. — S.S. Lazio 0-0, Matchday 14 of the Italian Championship 1932–33 Serie A: Milan's forward Mario Magnozzi in action versus Lazio's defensive line.

1933–34 FBC Juventus - Renato Cesarini

1933–34 FBC Juventus - Renato Cesarini

Milan, San Siro, December 10, 1933. Italian-Argentine footballer Renato Cesarini in action with F.B.C. Juventus in the away defeat versus Milan F.C. (1-3), valid for the 13th round of the Italian Championship 1... More

1933–34 Serie A - FBC Juventus

1933–34 Serie A - FBC Juventus

Turin (Italy), "Benito Mussolini" Municipal Stadium, February 4, 1934. A line-up of F.B.C. Juventus took to the pitch in the home victory versus A.S. Roma (3-1), Matchday 21 of the Italian League 1933–34 Serie ... More

1934 Central European Cup - FBC Juventus v Újpest FC - Umberto Caligaris

1934 Central European Cup - FBC Juventus v Újpest FC - Umberto Caligar...

Turin (Italy), Mussolini Stadium, July 8, 1934. F.B.C. Juventus' left-back Umberto Caligaris (right) engaging with an opponent striker during the home tie versus Újpest F.C. (1-1), 2nd leg of the 1934 Central E... More

1934 FIFA World Cup - Italy v Spain - Gianpiero Combi and Ricardo Zamora

1934 FIFA World Cup - Italy v Spain - Gianpiero Combi and Ricardo Zamo...

Italiano: Firenze, stadio Giovanni Berta, 31 maggio 1934. I due portieri e capitani delle nazionali di Italia e Spagna, rispettivamente Gianpiero Combi (a sinistra) e Ricardo Zamora (a destra), nel rituale scam... More

1934 FIFA World Cup Final - Italy v Czechoslovakia - Pozzo, Monzeglio, Bertolini, Combi, Monti and Carcano

1934 FIFA World Cup Final - Italy v Czechoslovakia - Pozzo, Monzeglio,...

Rome, National Fascist Party's Stadium, June 10, 1934. From left to right: before the start of extra time of 1934 World Cup Final between Italy and Czechoslovakia, won 2-1 (a.e.t.) by the Azzurri, the Italian m... More

1934-35 Serie A - Giovanni Ferrari scoring for Juventus v Fiorentina in Florence

1934-35 Serie A - Giovanni Ferrari scoring for Juventus v Fiorentina i...

Florence (Italy), "Giovanni Berta" Stadium, June 2, 1935. A.C. Fiorentina – F.B.C. Juventus 0-1, Matchday 30 of Italian League 1934–35 Serie A: Juventus' midfielder Giovanni Ferrari (left) scores at 81' the win... More

1934–35 Associazione Calcio Perugia

1934–35 Associazione Calcio Perugia

The first-team squad of A.C. Perugia in the 1934–35 season, posing inside the place-of-arms' ground in Perugia, Italy. From left to right, standing: Massa, Galli, F. Rivolta, O. Sola, G. Riccetti, A. Zannoni, C... More

1934–35 Serie A - AC Fiorentina v FBC Juventus - Ferrari's goal

1934–35 Serie A - AC Fiorentina v FBC Juventus - Ferrari's goal

Florence (Italy), "Giovanni Berta" Stadium, June 2, 1935. A.C. Fiorentina – F.B.C. Juventus 0-1, Matchday 30 of Italian League 1934–35 Serie A: Juventus' midfielder Giovanni Ferrari (centre) scores at 81' the w... More

1934–35 Serie A - Fiorentina v Juventus - Ferrari scores Scudetto's goal (edited)

1934–35 Serie A - Fiorentina v Juventus - Ferrari scores Scudetto's go...

Florence (Italy), "Giovanni Berta" Stadium, June 2, 1935. A.C. Fiorentina – F.B.C. Juventus 0-1, Matchday 30 of Italian League 1934–35 Serie A: Juventus' midfielder Giovanni Ferrari (2nd from left) scores at 81... More

1934–35 Serie A - Fiorentina v Juventus - Ferrari scores Scudetto's goal

1934–35 Serie A - Fiorentina v Juventus - Ferrari scores Scudetto's go...

Florence (Italy), "Giovanni Berta" Stadium, June 2, 1935. A.C. Fiorentina – F.B.C. Juventus 0-1, Matchday 30 of Italian League 1934–35 Serie A: Juventus' midfielder Giovanni Ferrari (2nd from left) scores at 81... More

1934–35 Serie A - Juventus 7th Scudetto celebrations (edited)

1934–35 Serie A - Juventus 7th Scudetto celebrations (edited)

Florence (Italy), "Giovanni Berta" Stadium, June 2, 1935. F.B.C. Juventus' footballers celebrates their 7th Scudetto — the 5th in a row — at the end of away victory versus A.C. Fiorentina (0-1), Matchday 30 of ... More

1934–35 Serie A - Juventus 7th Scudetto celebrations

1934–35 Serie A - Juventus 7th Scudetto celebrations

Florence (Italy), "Giovanni Berta" Stadium, June 2, 1935. F.B.C. Juventus' footballers celebrates their 7th Scudetto — the 5th in a row — at the end of away victory versus A.C. Fiorentina (0-1), Matchday 30 of ... More

1935–36 Foot-Ball Club Juventus - Pietro Rava

1935–36 Foot-Ball Club Juventus - Pietro Rava

Italian footballer Pietro Rava with F.B.C. Juventus in the 1935–36 season.

1935–36 Serie A - AC Napoli v FBC Juventus - Carlo Buscaglia and Alfredo Foni

1935–36 Serie A - AC Napoli v FBC Juventus - Carlo Buscaglia and Alfre...

Naples (Italy), Partenopeo Stadium, December 15, 1935. A.C. Napoli — F.B.C. Juventus 0-1, Matchday 11 of the Italian Championship 1935–36 Serie A: Juventus' defender Alfredo Foni rejects the ball on the incursi... More

1935–36 Serie A - FBC Torino v Bologna AGC

1935–36 Serie A - FBC Torino v Bologna AGC

Turin (Italy), Filadelfia Stadium, December 15, 1935. F.B.C. Torino — Bologna A.G.C. 0-0, Matchday 11 of the Italian Championship 1935–36 Serie A: Torinos' midfielder Pietro Buscaglia fails to score, after bein... More

1937–38 Coppa Italia Final (2nd Leg) - Juventus v AC Torino - Alfredo Bodoira and Alfredo Foni (cropped)

1937–38 Coppa Italia Final (2nd Leg) - Juventus v AC Torino - Alfredo ...

Italiano: Torino, stadio Municipale Benito Mussolini, 8 maggio 1938. Il portiere della Juventus, Alfredo Bodoira, sventa in uscita un attacco del Torino nel corso della vittoriosa finale di ritorno (2-1) della ... More

1937–38 Coppa Italia Final (2nd Leg) - Juventus v AC Torino - Alfredo Bodoira and Alfredo Foni

1937–38 Coppa Italia Final (2nd Leg) - Juventus v AC Torino - Alfredo ...

Italiano: Torino, stadio Municipale Benito Mussolini, 8 maggio 1938. Il portiere della Juventus, Alfredo Bodoira, sventa in uscita un attacco del Torino nel corso della vittoriosa finale di ritorno (2-1) della... More

1938–39 Bologna Associazione Giuoco del Calcio

1938–39 Bologna Associazione Giuoco del Calcio

A line-up of Bologna A.G.C. in the 1938–39 season. From left to right, standing: F. Fedullo, B. Maini, R. Sansone, A. Biavati, M. Pagotto, G. Corsi; crouched: P. Ferrari, C. Reguzzoni, M. Andreolo, H. Puricelli... More

1939–40 Società Sportiva Lazio

1939–40 Società Sportiva Lazio

A line-up of S.S. Lazio in the 1939–40 season. From left to right, standing: L. Milano, B. Camolese, L. Ramella, G. Baldo, M. Faotto, E. Flamini; crouched: A. Monza, G. Blason, L. Vettraino, S. Piola, S. Pisa (I).

1941 Associazione Calcio Torino - Felice Placido Borel (II)

1941 Associazione Calcio Torino - Felice Placido Borel (II)

Italian footballer Felice Placido Borel (II) of A.C. Torino in a workout break at “Filadelfia” Stadium in Turin (Italy) in the 1941–42 season.

1941-42 Coppa Italia final (2nd leg) - Juventus v AC Milano - Giovanni Rossetti

1941-42 Coppa Italia final (2nd leg) - Juventus v AC Milano - Giovanni...

Italiano: Torino, stadio Municipale Benito Mussolini, 28 giugno 1942. Il portiere rossonero Giovanni Rossetti in azione nel corso della sfida tra Juventus e AC Milano (4-1) valevole per la finale di ritorno del... More

1941-42 Coppa Italia final (2nd leg) - Juventus v AC Milano

1941-42 Coppa Italia final (2nd leg) - Juventus v AC Milano

Italiano: Torino, stadio Municipale Benito Mussolini, 28 giugno 1942. Un'azione di gioco nell'area rossonera, nel corso della sfida tra Juventus e AC Milano (4-1) valevole per la finale di ritorno della Coppa I... More

1941–42 Associazione Sportiva Roma

1941–42 Associazione Sportiva Roma

A line-up of A.S. Roma in the 1941–42 season.

1941–42 Coppa Italia - Juventus

1941–42 Coppa Italia - Juventus

Turin (Italy), "Benito Mussolini" Municipal Stadium, June 28, 1942. The Juventus team, together with the Italian football authorities, posed with the 1941–42 Coppa Italia trophy at the end of the victorious ret... More

1944 Juventus Cisitalia

1944 Juventus Cisitalia

Novara (Italy), "Del Littorio" Stadium, January 30, 1944. The line-up of Juventus Cisitalia took to the pitch in the away victory versus A.C. Novara (1-2), Matchday 3 of Italian Social Republic's League 1944 Di... More

1945–46 Associazione Calcio Torino

1945–46 Associazione Calcio Torino

The first-team squad of A.C. Torino in the 1945–46 season. From left to right, standing: V. Bacigalupo, S. Piacentini, G. Grezar, A. Zecca, Castelli, E. Castigliano, A. Ballarin, V. Maroso, A. Santagiuliana, A.... More

1946–47 Juventus FC - Čestmír Vycpálek and Silvio Piola

1946–47 Juventus FC - Čestmír Vycpálek and Silvio Piola

From left to right: Juventus F.C.'s footballers, Czechoslovakian Čestmír Vycpálek and Italian Silvio Piola, in the 1946–47 season.

1947–48 Serie A - AC Torino v Alessandria US - Guglielmo Gabetto

1947–48 Serie A - AC Torino v Alessandria US - Guglielmo Gabetto

Turin (Italy), Filadelfia Stadium, May 2, 1948. A.C. Torino — Alessandria U.S. 10-0, Matchday 32 of Italian League 1947–48 Serie A: Torino's forward Guglielmo Gabetto in action.

1948-49 Serie A - Torino v Genoa

1948-49 Serie A - Torino v Genoa

Italiano: Torino, stadio Filadelfia, 15 maggio 1949. La squadra ragazzi del Torino, in campo undici giorni dopo la tragedia di Superga in cui perì il Grande Torino, nei convenevoli di rito prima dell'inizio del... More

1948–49 Football Club Internazionale - Pangaro (cropped)

1948–49 Football Club Internazionale - Pangaro (cropped)

Italian footballer Tristano Pangaro with Inter Milan in the 1948–49 season.

1948–49 Football Club Internazionale

1948–49 Football Club Internazionale

A line-up of Inter Milan in the 1948–49 season. From left to right, standing: A. Campatelli, I. Nyers, R. Lerici, T. Pangaro, A. Amadei, F. Pian, A. Franzosi; crouched: A. Giovannini, C. Achilli, O. Fattori, B. Lorenzi.

1949–50 Associazione Calcio Perugia

1949–50 Associazione Calcio Perugia

A line-up of A.C. Perugia in the 1949–50 season, posing inside the Santa Giuliana Stadium in Perugia, Italy. From left to right, standing: S. Salmoiraghi, W. Pompei, Ragnetti, Salari, Masè, W. Paganini; crouche... More

1949–50 Serie A - Inter Milan vs AC Milan - Amedeo Amadei

1949–50 Serie A - Inter Milan vs AC Milan - Amedeo Amadei

Italiano: Milano (Italia), stadio San Siro, 6 novembre 1949. Il calciatore interista Amedeo Amadei esulta per la sua tripletta nella sfida tra F.C. Internazionale e A.C. Milan (6-5) valevole per la 10ª giornata... More

1950s AC Milan's Swedish trio of Gre-No-Li (Gren, Nordahl and Liedholm)

1950s AC Milan's Swedish trio of Gre-No-Li (Gren, Nordahl and Liedholm...

Italiano: I calciatori svedesi Gunnar Gren (a sinistra), Gunnar Nordahl (al centro) e Nils Liedholm (a destra), il trio d'attacco "Gre-No-Li" del Milan nei primi anni 50 del XX secolo.

1950s–60s Juventus FC - Omar Sívori

1950s–60s Juventus FC - Omar Sívori

Italian-Argentines footballer Omar Sívori with Juventus F.C. between 1950s and 1960s, posing inside the Communal Stadium in Turin.

1950–51 Juventus Football Club - Jesse Carver

1950–51 Juventus Football Club - Jesse Carver

English football manager Jesse Carver with Juventus FC in the 1950–51 season.

1950–51 Juventus Football Club - Romolo Bizzotto

1950–51 Juventus Football Club - Romolo Bizzotto

Italian footballer Romolo Bizzotto with Juventus FC in the 1950–51 season.

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