Match Day plan, discounts & benefits – Juve v Napoli (Turin 31Aug19)

Getting ready for Juve-Napoli and for a great time in Turin? Have a look at our Match Day plan + discounts and benefits!

 

Match Day Plan – OPENING PARTY – SEASON 2019/20

16:00 Italian Tapas Party at Slurp! in Via Massena 26, Turin – Italian tapas, top quality food and wine. You will feel at home in a fantastic and electric atmosphere where you will meet many other international black and white fans. The restaurant is located in downtown, only 5 minutes walking from Porta Nuova train station. Fixed price = 25€ (you pay directly the restaurant).

18:00 Departure from Slurp! restaurant – transportation to the Stadium

18:20 Arrival at the Stadium in front of Curva Sud (gate C). Free time for all the participants to enjoy the incredible atmosphere around the stadium. You can enjoy few drinks while talking with many other international fans and taking pictures in front of Curva Sud or decide to visit the Juventus Mega Store. Everyone can join, this is 100% free (you only pay for what you drink and/or eat).

19:30 Live video on YouTube – then shared in all the Around Turin social accounts with more than 1,7M followers!

23:15 Departure from the Stadium – transportation to city centre.

We will be 40-50 people from all over the World! Families with kids are also welcome! For more info and reservations please write a WhatsApp message to +393294240623! You can find many testimonials here: http://ww.aroundturin.com/testimonials/

 

Discounts and benefits you might enjoy thanks to Around Turin.

  • We strongly suggest to spend 2-4 hours at the Torino Outlet Village where you can shopping in style at outlet prices and enjoy great food! Once you arrive at the Torino Outlet Village go to register yourself at the info point and mention Around Turin sent you to get access to numerous discounts! More info about the Torino Outlet Village here —>  https://www.torinooutletvillage.com/en
  • Turin FREE walking tour run by our friend. Here more info: http://www.freetourturin.com
  • Join Turin Pub Crawl to discover an unbeatable mix of clubs, pubs, music venues and parties! http://pubcrawlturin.com
  • Get a Juve Tattoo at discounted price by the great Lele Bianchi, the best Juve Curva Sud tattoo artist. Text me for info about the tattoo. 
  • My season ticket buddy and dear friend Lorenzo has designed, produced and sold professional shavers since many years. Feel even closer to Turin and get a 10% discount and FREE shipment worldwide with the coupon ATurin10Sezze —> https://www.sezzeprofessional.com. You can get even more benefits (no shipment costs!!) by visiting his store while you are in Turin and mention you are an Around Turin friend! Address: Casa del Rasoio, Corso Marconi 31/bis, Turin
  • TOP CHOICE Restaurant — Slurp, via Massena 26, where we always go before or after the games. Owned by our great friend. Great italian food and top quality wines in a very nice environment. If you plan to go there and want a special treatment, just send me a WhatsApp message and I will take care of you.
  • If you are still looking for an Hotel, check the Ponte Sassi, 3* Hotel run by my friend Luca. Special prices for the Around Turin friends: 50€/night for the single, 70€/night for the double, 90€/night for the triple and 120€/night for the quadruple room (prices include breakfast and wifi). There is a bus stop right in front of the hotel and you can reach city centre by bus in 10 minutes. If you want to book at these prices just send a mail to info@hotelpontesassi.com and mention Around Turin. You will pay directly the Hotel at the check-out.
  • Don’t forget to play the SKRILL CUP and win 10 weekends in Turin! Guess the Half Time (HT) and Full Time (FT) results of the Juventus games, compete with all the other fans around the World and win!! Follow the link to play, it’s free! https://skrillcup.aroundturin.com/

What to do in Turin? Restaurants, Hotels, Sport Bars and much more…

Here you can find some suggestions/tips about Turin.

 

WHAT TO DO IN TURIN

  • Torino, the first capital of Italy,  must be discovered step by step strolling along its streets, piazzas and the 18 km of porticos: Piazza Castello, Piazza san Carlo, Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Piazza Carlo Alberto, Piazza Carignano, Via Po, Via Garibaldi, Via Roma, Via Lagrange, Via Carlo Alberto, Via Sant’Agostino, Piazza Palazzo di Città, Porta Palatina, Via Cesare Battisti, Galleria Subalpina,…
  • Coffee + Gianduiotto (the typical chocolate from Turin) in one of the old bars in Turin (Bar Baratti & Milano, Bar Mulassano, Caffè San Carlo, Caffè Torino, Caffarel, …)
  • Visit the Mole Antonelliana, the building symbol of Turin (Cinema Museum inside the Mole + the elevator to the top of the building)
  • Have a relaxing walk at the Parco del Valentino and in particular at the Giardino Roccioso and the Medieval village (Borgo Medievale). Ideal for jogging!
  • The Royal Residence declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco (located in Piazza Castello) plus, if time available, visit the Reggia di Venaria, a Savoy Royal Residence, added to UNESCO world heritage list since 1997, located a bit outside Turin.
  • Have an aperitivo in one of the bar in Piazza Vittorio Veneto. Aperitivo is typical from Turin and is basically finger food + a drink at the cost of around 10€. La Drogheria, Piazza Vittorio Veneto 18. It’s a nice bar with some good aperitivo from 6pm onward. There are many other nice places like this in the same square
  • The areas with more bars and nightlife are mainly 3: San Salvario (all the streets around Largo Saluzzo, near Porta Nuova train station); Zona Vanchiglia (all the streets around Piazza Santa Giulia and Via Santa Giulia); Quadrilatero Romano (all the streets around Via Sant’Agostino/Via Santa Chiara).  
  • Shopping is good everywhere in city centre but in particular in Via Garibaldi, Via Roma and Via Lagrange. 
  • More info about Turin here: https://www.turismotorino.org/en and http://www.turinitalyguide.com

 

FIND MORE DISCOUNTS & BENEFITS IN THE AROUND TURIN FANZONE! –> https://www.aroundturin.com/fanzone-italy/

 

SKRILL CUP

You have now the chance to win 10 weekends in Turin! Guess the Half Time (HT) and Full Time (FT) results of the Juventus games, compete with all the other fans around the World and win 10 Weekends in Turin!!!

Follow the link to play! https://skrillcup.aroundturin.com/ (the contest will start again with the new season).

 

Follow Around Turin

* Website: www.aroundturin.com 

* Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AroundTurin/

* Twitter: https://twitter.com/AroundTurin

* Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/aroundturin

* YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRMmTT_xkc2nJl3Wm8GaY9w

 

Around Turin tee

‪Some people asked for it.. so the Around Turin t-shirt is now available online. As I don’t have time to work on the production, logistic and shipment, I asked for support to our friends at Italian Football TV who are masters in this.

https://italianfootballtv.com/products/around-turin-tee

However, if you are planning to come to Turin, you can also get it when we will meet on match day, just let me know in advance. Note: if you get it in Turin, you will eventually give me a contribution just to cover the cost (beers are accepted 🤪).

 

 

Modern days…

Millions of fans around the world are clearly upset about the possible swap Dybala/Lukaku. The #dybalanonsitocca (don’t touch Dybala) is quickly becaming a trend on social media.

While many understand there might be technical and/or financial requirements to be met, many are literally heartbroken and losing faith in Juventus mainly for the way the Club have been dealing with the fan favorites in the last years.

The jersey #10 has always been iconic but the continuous changes in the past made it more a marketing tool than an icon/sense of belonging.

Fans are disoriented, sometimes disillusioned, and are struggling to fit into the new dimension the Club itself is shaping for the future: financial results, marketing campaigns, brand awareness… a complete corporate overhaul. #LiveAhead indeed.

Where however, I’m afraid, there won’t be much space for passion, loyalty and romanticism which have been the most important ingredients of a recipe called “football”.

Things have clearly changed (for the best many people say… for the worse some other reply). The passion is slowly dying and fans feel being treated as simple customers of a football stadium or as targets of a marketing campaign.

This is the price to be paid if we want to compete at the top level and keep winning.

This is the new face of the modern football.

Do you want to be part of all this?

Well, that’s your call!