Calcio Storico Fiorentino 2010

Comune di Firenze Logo
Comune di Firenze Logo [Reference: 1]

Result

DateHome TeamAway Team
Final
24.06.2010Azzurri di Santa Croce11½Bianchi di Santo Spirito3
Calcio Storico Fiorentino 2010 [Reference: 2]

Report

Azzurri di Santa Croce won the 2010 Calcio Fioerntino Trofeo with a 11½ to 3 win over Bianchi di Santo Spirito in the Final. No Semi-Finals were played in 2010.

About

Calcio Storico Fiorentino has been played in Florence, Tuscany since the Renaissance. The first organised match took place on February 17, 1530. It was revived in the 20th Century. first under the 1930s government of Mussolini, and then again after World War II in the Italian Republic. Earlier matches dating back to the 1400s mention games played in breaks between work by workers [Reference: 2-5]

The matches usually take place during the June Festival period, with four teams, Azzurri, Bianchi, Rossi and Verdi (Blues, Whites, Reds and Greens) representing the four quarters of the city of Florence. The match is played between 54 players – two teams of 27 – with teams reversing ends after each score. It is played on sand in the Plaza. There are usually a Semi-Finals and Final. Half Points are scored, and teams play in traditional dress.

[6] Florence Italy, February 9th, 2019: football Serie A match between Fiorentina vs Napoli at Artemio Franchi Stadium. In the pic: Florentine historical football By Gennaro Di Rosa / http://www.shutterstock.com

References

Images

[1] Calcio Storico Fiorentino Sito Ufficiale (2020) logo-tamburino-firenze [Internet] Available from: http://www.calciostoricofiorentino.it/sites/default/files/logo-tamburino-firenze.png [Accessed 4 August 2020]

Websites

[2] Calcio Storico Fiorentino Sito Ufficiale (2020) Risultati Partite [Internet] Available from: http://www.calciostoricofiorentino.it/risultati_partite [Accessed 4 August 2020]

[4] Calcio Storico Fiorentino Sito Ufficiale (2020) CALCIO STORICO FIORENTINO [Internet] Available from: http://calciostoricofiorentino.it/?q=calcio-storico-fiorentino [Accessed 4 August 2020]

[5] Calcio Storico Fiorentino Sito Ufficiale (2020) Studies & Documentation [Internet] Available from: http://www.calciostoricofiorentino.it/?q=studi_e_documentazione [Accessed 4 August 2020]

Images

[6] Florence Italy, February 9th, 2019: football Serie A match between Fiorentina vs Napoli at Artemio Franchi Stadium. In the pic: Florentine historical football By Gennaro Di Rosa / http://www.shutterstock.com

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Francesco.

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