Various former clubs from Torino - Short Historical Overview 1890-1905

Football Club International Torino (FBC) (1890-1900)

City: Torino Italy
Colours: orange-black vertical stripes /white/black

Current position:  no more competing

The Club was born in 1890 merging Torino Football & Cricket Club (born in
1887 - red-black stripes) and Nobili Torino (born also in 1887 orange-black
stripes). It was the first Italian Club dedicated only to Soccer..

1898 I Categoria second with 2 pts.
     Qualifications: FBC International - FBC Torinese 1-0
     Final Torino 8.5.1898 at 5 PM (Velodrome "Umberto I" at Porta Susa):
     C&AC Genoa - FBC International 2-1
     The match lasted two hours with the result of 1-1. There were two
     extra-times of 10 minutes each, during which Genoa's player Leaver
     scored the decisive goal.

1899 I Categoria second with 2 pts.
     Qualifications 9/4/99 (Torino at the Piazza d'Armi):
     FBC International - SocietÓ Ginnastica Torino 2-0
     Final 16/4/99 in Genua (at the former Velodrome of Ponte Carrega):
     C&AC Genoa - FBC International 2-0

1900 merged with Foot Ball Club Torinese mantaining the same name (FBC
     Torinese). Anyway that Club wasn't related with the later Torino FBC.


Football Club Torinese (FBC) (1894-1905)

City: Torino Italy
Colours: orange-black vertical stripes /black/black

Current position:  no more competing

1894 Birth of FBC Torinese.

1898 I Categoria. Eliminated. Qualifications: FBC Internazionale - FBC
     Torinese 1-0

1899 I Categoria. Eliminated. Qualifications Torino 2.4.1899 (field at the
     Piazza d'Armi):
     SocietÓ Ginnastica Torino- FBC Torinese 2-0 ref.: Gordon Savage Tours of
     Torino.

1900 I Categoria, second with 6 pts.
     Qualifications:  4/3/1900 at the Piazza d'Armi in Torino:
     FBC Torinese - SocietÓ Ginnastica Torino 3-1
     11/3/1900 at the Piazza d'Armi in Torino:
     FBC Torinese - FBC Juventus Torino 1-0 scorer: Marcello Colongo. Ref.: A.
     Jourdain
     Formation: FBC. Torinese : George Beaton, Soedvitch, Edoardo Bosio, Nasi,
     Edward D. Dobbie, Giuseppe Lubatti, Albert Weber, Uberto Cagnassi,
     Marcello Colongo, Guido Beltrami, Ernest Verdan.
     15/3/1900 in Torino at the Velodrome "Umberto I" of Porta Susa: FBC
     Torinese - C&FC Milan 3-0
     scorers: Guido Beltrami, Marcello Colongo, Alberto Weber. Ref: De Roote.
     Formation: FBC. Torinese: Beaton, Franz, Bosio, Nasi, Dobbie, Lubatti,
     Weber, Cagnassi, Colongo, Beltrami, Verdan.
     Final 22/4/1900 in Torino at the Velodrome "Umberto I" of Porta Susa:
     C&AC Genoa - FBC Torinese 1-0
     Formation: FBC. Torinese: Beaton, Franz, Bosio, Nasi, Dobbie, Lubatti,
     Weber, Cagnassi, Colongo, Beltrami, Verdan.

1901 No activity for problems in merging with International FBC.

1902 I Categoria Group Piemonte: second with 5 pts.
     Torino 2/3/1902: FBC Torinese - FBC Juventus 1-1
     Torino 9/3/1902: FBC Torinese - SG Torinese 2-0
     Torino 16/3/1902: FBC Torinese - Sport Club Audace Torino 2-0
     Torino 23/3/1902: FBC Torinese - FBC Juventus 4-1
     Semifinals eliminated. 
     Torino 6/4/1902: C&FC Genoa - FBC Torinese 4-3 (aet) (3-3 et 1-0)

1903 I Categoria eliminated. Torino 1/3/1903 FBC Juventus - FBC Torinese 5-0
     ref. Francesco Calý of Genua.

1904 I Categoria eliminated. Torino 6/3/1904 FBC Juventus - FBC Torinese 3-2
     Formation: F.C. Torinese: Beaton, Nicola (II), Mutzell, Eugenio De Fernex,
     Schombrod, I.De Fernex, Colongo (II), Weber, Dobbie, Franzini, C. De Fernex.

1905 I Categoria Group Piemonte: second.
     Torino 19.2.1905 FBC Juventus - FBC Torinese 3 - 0 (refused to play) 
     Torino 26.2.1905 FBC Torinese - FBC Juventus 0 - 3 (refused to play)
     During that season some Torinese's members signed an agreement with 
     former FBC Juventus members in order to create a new Club: the FBC Torino. This
     event occurred officially in 1906 and the FBC Torinese was over.

SG Torinese (1897-1902)

City: Torino Italy
Colours: white with black edges and horizontal black strip on the bottom of
         the shirt /white/black; late white with garnet edges - horizontal 
         garnet strip /white/black

Current position:  no more competing

The SocietÓ Ginnastica Torinese (Gymnastics) was born in 1844 but organized
a soccer's team only in 1897.

1897 Concorso Federale Nazionale Football FGNI  in Torino - Italian
     Champion: SocietÓ Ginnastica Torinese

1898 I Categoria FIF. Eliminated. Torino AM 8/5/1898 Velodrome "Umberto I"
     of Porta Susa: C&AC Genoa - SG Torinese 2-1
     IV Concorso Nazionale FGNI in Torino - Italian Champion:
     SG Torinese, second Palestra Ginnastica Ferrara.

1899 I Categoria FIF. Eliminated with 2 pts.
     Torino 2/4/1899 at the Piazza d'Armi:
     SG Torinese - FBC Torinese 2-0 Ref.: Gordon Savage Tours of Torino.
     Torino 9/4/1899 at the Piazza d'Armi:
     FBC International - SG Torinese 2-0

1900 I Categoria FIF. Eliminated.
     Torino 4/3/1900 at the Piazza d'Armi:
     FBC Torinese - SG Torinese 3-1

1901 I Categoria FIF. Eliminated.
     Torino 14/4/1901: FBC Juventus - SG Torinese 5-0

1902 I Categoria FIF. Eliminated.
     Torino 2/3/1902: Sport Club Audace Torino - SG Ginnastica 5-2
     Torino 9/3/1902: FBC Torinese - SG Torinese 1-0 (forfeit)
     Torino 16/3/1902 FBC Juventus - SG Torinese 1-0 (forfeit)

1903 the Club abandoned FIF Tournaments.

Sport Club Audace Torino (1902-1903)

City: Torino Italy
Colours: white-black tiny stripes /black/black; late white with large
         writing AUDACE /black/black

Current position:  no more competing

We can tell only few things about this Club also known as Audace San
Salvario Torino.

1902 I Categoria Piemonte. Eliminated with 2 pts.
     Torino 2/3/1902: Sport Club Audace Torino - SG Ginnastica 5-2
     Torino 9/3/1902: FBC Juventus - Sport Club Audace Torino 6-0
     Torino 16/3/1902: FBC Torinese - Sport Club Audace Torino 2-0

1903 I Categoria Piemonte. Eliminated.
     Torino 8/3/1903: FBC Juventus - Sport Club Audace Torino 2-1

1904 Leaved the major League



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