Saturday 26th november, for the derby match against Modena, Boys Parma 1977 and Centro Coordinamento Parma Clubs ask to all the fan base to fill Tardini half an hour before the match in order to take part, all together, to a massive choreography that will involve the whole stadium.
We remember you that all Boys activity is self-financed and that is possible to support their activity by subscriptions, donations and buying the Group merchandising.
All together we can do great things, together nothing is impossible.
Tino birthday was few days ago, what a better way to celebrate him than a love song?
Thanks to the Norwegian band Pelicat – follow the guys on their Instagram page or YouTube – we can demonstrate one more time how football is not a matter of results, statistics, trophies and money collectors. Football is a language, is an Art that can capture the heart of passionate people. Few footballers, few Artists, pierced the heart like Tino did. We all Parma fans know this, every Newcastle fan know this, every sensitive, passionate football lover know this.
Faustino Asprilla from Tuluà, Colombia, “an eleven made in heaven” that probably will not be remembered in the alamanacs of who consider the football just a matter of data, numbers and Ballon d’Or collection, will never, never, never be forgotten by (footballistic) pure-hearted.
We all felt in love with you, Tino, with your unpredictability and your somersaults, and every time, like Pelicat say in their Ballad for Faustino Asprilla:
“And it felt like a movie
Everytime you put on your shoes
No one brought the beauty
To the beautiful game
If this is not Love, then what is it, Love?
LISTEN and DOWNLOAD “The Ballad of Faustino Asprilla” by Pelicat
As told onParma Academy website, Parma Calcio affiliation branch, the Club is always looking for partnerships and collaborations with other teams, both if they are football academies or normal youth teams that would like to connect with Parma Calcio.
What you probably don’t know is that Parma Academy look also abroad for possible collaboration. In case you work for a football club or academy, can contact the Club by filling the application form at this link.
Maybe, in 20 years, there will be a Champion in our team thanks to you.
On 22nd june 2015, after the Parma Football Club bankrupcy, the club fall into non professional league: serie D. All the players look for other clubs, but one.
Alessandro Lucarelli, il Capitano, stand in the newborn Parma Calcio 1913 and decide to restart from the amateurs, with the promise to bring back Parma in serie A. The rest is history. Our history.
After 4 years of work and difficulties that you can just imagine, Il Mestiere del Capitano, the documentary written and directed by Davide Potente, produced by Luciano Parravicini and Lux For Media with the support of Ministero della Cultura an Siae and, expecially with the contribution of all the Parma fan base will be finally show.
The day is Wednesday 8th June at 6 pm in Astra Cinema in Parma , but surely after the premiere there will be more chances to watch this unique tribute to our legendary Capitano.
To Davide Potente, writer and director from Bari, Parma fan since kid, all our gratitude for the professionalism, the obstinacy, the passion, that had to bring this movie to the end. It was not that hard as bringing a Club from serie D to serie A, but not that far. Thanks, Davide.
Premiere thanks to “Pugliesi a Parma” association and Comune di Parma
Today, on his Facebook page, Parma Calcio former communication manager Nicoló Fabris announced he will work for the Clubno more. An extremely quick and cold note on Parma website confirmed the news.
We never comment the management choices, would they be related to the sport or the managerial area. We are fans: we support anyway, wherever and whatever happens. We are always optimistic about the future and we are sure that the future will be bright both for Parma Calcio and Nicoló, but today we can’t hide our sadness.
Nicolò has been the founder of the well know website ParmaFanzine, a self-financed blog that informed Parma fans quicker and in a more accurate way than the official press agencies, back ten years ago. In some moments ParmaFanzine was the only way to get informations about our Club, for who was not living in town. Legends tells that in the anguished weeks of the failure season he slept in his car outside Collecchio training center to get news before anyone else, and we don’t doubt it is true, check that season videos on YouTube, Nicolò is always there, in the front line. After an experience in a Serie A communication team, Nicolò was deservedly called by Marco Ferrari and the “magnificent seven” as a Communication manager of the Club, a role in which we felt to have a person able to understand the fanbase feelings, since from the fanbase he comes.
Nicolò and his work with Parma Fanzine inspired us. Inspired us both personally, showing how to follow (and realize) a dream, and professionally, tracking a way no one else covered before. Nicolò is an away fan like us, grown far from Parma like all of us, being the only Parma fan in his hometown (Lonigo), like us. He found a way to tell Parma Calcio to all the italian fans and did it better than anyone else. He helped thousand fans around Italy reaching informations we needed, demontrating there was a public for his news. He fueled our passion daily since one day we decided to start a channel to collect all the Parma fans outside Italy. Without any doubt we can say Parma Fans Worldwide won’t exist without ParmaFanzine experience.
We wrote a goodbye post that looks like a pre-obit, sorry for that. We just would like to send our bigger “thank you” and “good luck” to Nic and probably sadness spoke for us more than needed.
Things will be brighter for everyone. We are sure about that. We have to be.