Internazionale Football Club Torino commonly known as just Internazionale Torino was an Italian football club from Turin. The club was founded by a merger in 1891 and is thought to have been the first Italian club dedicated just to football.[1]

Two older clubs in Turin existed before this one, they were mixed sports clubs who competed in football. They were both formed in 1887 and were called Torino Football and Cricket Club and Nobili Torino.[1] The former was founded by Edoardo Bosio a merchant worker in the British textile industry had brought the game back to Turin after experiencing it in England; this was likely the first Italian club to participate in football.[1] Their original colours were red and black stripes.

The second club, whose name meant "Turin Nobles", bore the name of noble because it contained the Duke of the Abruzzi and Alfonso Ferrero di Ventimiglia (who would later become a president of FIGC[2]). The colours of Nobili Torino were amber and black stripes. The two merged in 1891 to form Internazionale Torino,[3] taking on the colours of Nobili.[1]

Associazione Sportiva Roma, (BIT: ASR, LSE: 0DMN) commonly referred to as simply Roma, is an Italian professional football club from Rome. Founded by a merger in 1927, Roma have participated in the top-tier of Italian football for all of their existence bar one season in the early 50s (1951–52). For their 59th season in a row (78th overall), Roma are competing in Serie A for 2010–11.

Roma have won Serie A three times, first in 1941–42 then in 1982–83 and again in 2000–01, as well as winning nine Coppa Italia titles and two Supercoppa Italiana titles. On the European stageInter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1960–61, coming close to European Cup glory in 1983–84one-legged final played at home against Liverpool after a penalty shootout), and finishing as runners-up in the UEFA Cup for 1990–91two-legged aggregate defeat against Internazionale). Roma won an (lost the (

Home games are currently played at the Stadio Olimpico, a venue they share with city rivals Lazio. With a capacity of over 72,000, it is the second largest of its kind in Italy, with only San Siro able to seat more. In September 2009 the club unveiled plans to build a new 55,000-capacity stadium in the western suburbs of Rome. Its design will be modeled after English football stadiums with the objective being to give fans a closer view of the pitch.[1

Watch match Internazionale F.C. vs A.S. Roma online live stram 25-9-2010

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