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Next Parma fixture schedule

Lega Serie A just communicated next fixtures schedule. Take note and contact us as you decide to come for a match.

Parma vs Udinese – Sunday 26th January – 3 PM CET

Cagliari vs Parma – Saturday 1st February – 6 PM CET

Parma vs Lazio – Sunday 9th February – 6 PM CET

Sassuolo vs Parma – Sunday 18th February – 3 PM CET

Torino vs Parma – Sunday 23rd February – 3 PM CET

Parma vs SPAL – Sunday 1st March – 3 PM CET

Genoa vs Parma – Saturday 7th March – 3 PM CET

Parma vs Inter – Sunday 15th March – 6 PM CET

Hellas Verona vs Parma – Sunday 22nd March – 3 PM CET

Parma vs Fiorentina – Sunday 5th April – 3 PM CET

Juventus Stadium tickets are too expensive, we donate money to Pediatric Oncology Hospital

Following the protest started before Napoli game in December and unofficially supported by some Club member, Boys Parma 1977 and Centro Coordinamento Parma Clubs will fail to attend the next away game in Turin’s Juventus Allianz Stadium.

The reason is the high price in away stand, that is a big barrier for fans that weekly would like to support their club, bringing kids and families to the stadium: away stand in Turin will be 43 euro + presale right.

Boys and CCPC asked to the fan base to not attend the game in Turin but to devolve money to Pediatric Oncology Hospital in Parma. During next home matches against Lecce and Roma in Curva Nord there will be the money collection in Tardini.

Since some year Boys Parma are bringing on a campaign asking for low and fixed price for away fans of every Club. Following the fans, Parma Calcio, at the beginning of this season, tried to make deals with other clubs in order to fix the same low price in away stand. With the clubs that accepted the proposal Parma fixed a low price in away stand and got the same back: in happened in Genova (with Sampdoria), Udine, Bergamo with prices from 10 to 15 euro and kids concessions in some case too.

To make their voice louder Boys put a banner outside Juventus stadium, Tardini and Lega Calcio headquarter in Milan with written “19/1 Juve-Parma 43 euros are immoral, we want popular prices“. The venture of the protest and the benefit whip round reached national newspaper that, at last, amplified the news.

We hope that other fan bases will follow the protest an that Lega Calcio will seriously consider the idea for a low and fixed price in away stands for everyone, like it happens in other European countries. So the slogans for a “Family-friendly Calcio” will pass from being just words on paper into reality.

Who wants to join the whip round but will not be in Tardini next week can write us in order to get the info how to donate to the Parma Children Oncologic Hospital.

Football is made by fans. Never forget it.

Marco Ferrari supports Boys protest

You surely remember that our fans were not in San Paolo and why, since we talked about it before the match. Boys, Centro Coordinamento, Danè and the Parma fan base met in front of Tardini to say no to tickets price rise and to be treated as customers before than supporters.

To let you understand the link between the fan base and the Club, the big family feeling that we are so proud of, we report a post on Facebook by Marco Ferrari, one of the Magnificient Seven of our Renaissance and Vice President and spokesman of Nuovo Inizio. Even if these words were published as a private citizen and not in a press conference they can give you the measure of the humanity we are lucky to be surrounded by.

“Higher prices and worst stadiums. Telematic odyssey for a ticket purchase. Rules that seems to be written to keep people far from the stadium. Clap your hands for Parma fans, that today said “no”, staying home and sending everybody a clear and strong message”.

Celebrations time

As we told last may, Parma won an important Social Media award as the best account for the Social Media Soccer Twitter Challenge. You can find a resume of the Challenge in this previous post.

Next Sunday, in Tardini, Social Media Soccer – the Italian start-up company that focus on football teams social media data and that organize and important Social Football Summit once a year – will award Parma board and Communication team. To them our most sincere congratulations.

In case you still don’t know all the Parma Channels, here is the complete list:

 Parma Calcio 1913
 Parma Football Academy

 Parma Calcio 1913 Facebook:

 Parma Calcio 1913 Italian

 Parma Calcio 1913 English

 Parma Calcio 1913

To discover Social Media Soccer links:




New ownership agreement for Parma Calcio (and something to look forward to)

After almost one year the dispute between Nuovo Inizio and Link International is definitely closed thanks to the recent agreement that reaffirms the current ownership (60% Nuovo Inizio, 30% Link International, 10% Parma Partecipazioni Calcistiche)

Both parties have committed a finance pro-rata a 3 year business plan that will be the blueprint for Parma Calcio’s development. Parma Calcio will also have access to the international scouting network and knowledge developed by Link International thanks to the network with managed clubs as Granada FC (La Liga), Tondela FC (Primera Liga) and Chonqing Dangdai Lidan FC (China Superleague).

From Parma Calcio website: “We are glad to have found a final solution to the problems occurred last autumn – says Marco Ferrari, Vice President and spokesman for Nuovo Inizio – reaching an agreement that satisfies both parties and that is in the best interest of Parma Calcio. We deeply appreciate the investments made by Jiang Lizhang in Parma Calcio over the past few years that have been crucial for the immediate relaunch of the club. We are also pleased to count on the contribution of the management delegated by Hope Group, whose professionalism we have already appreciated in the past “.

“We are very excited to continue this beautiful journey that started in Serie C with our partners,” says Jiang Lizhang, President of Link International and Hope Group. “Both Nuovo Inizio and Link/ Hope have prioritize Parma’s interests above anything else. We are certain that the current agreement will ensure the best development of the Company, which we will continue to support in every way so we can take this historical Club where it belongs”.

This is not the only news: in last days an extraordinary shareholders meeting of Parma Partecipazioni Calcistiche revealed that Nuovo Inizio has an option to buy 9% of PPC quotes due to the fact that Parma Calcio majority shareholder covered also PPC quote during past onerous capital injections. In this way PPC would low any future business risk and the quotes would be balanced with the real deposits. For next 10 years PPC, even if with a 1% quote, will still have a member into the Parma Calcio board.

In the close future the Parma Calcio ownership asset could change again: 69% Nuovo Inizio, 30% Link International, 1% Parma Partecipazioni Calcistiche.

A Parma Academy in Panama: next stop Champions League Final

credit to all pics: Parma Academy Panama

It seems to be back at those glory times, when Parma had relationships in many countries around the world – also thanks to the Parmalat commercial links – and could include football schools in every continent, hotbeds of talents. We are starting rebuilding it, finally, and this is a great news especially for abroad fans.

Today, Parma Academy Panama, the first intentional Academy project for the reborn Parma Calcio, will be hosted in Tardini and will step the pitch before Parma vs Milan. Those young football talents, lead by Alexis Gomez, Sport Director, have been traveling trough Europe and visited Collecchio training center where they met CEO Luca Carra and all the players and had a taste of what we all hope it will be their future training center.

Boys visited also Madrid and they could touch the Champions League for the first time… who knows if the second time they will touch it will be… Good Luck, guys!

We wish all the best to Panama young talents, to Parma Academy Panama and to this International project that we hope will have more extension.

Next stop: Champions League final 2029!

First Parma 2019/20 matches

Lega Serie A just released the schedule for the first matches of the season, that will start on Sunday 25 August weekend and that will have three Wednesday matches – 25/9, 30/10 and 22/4 – three breaks for national team – 8/9, 13/10, 17/11 and 29/12 – and Christmas break from 24/12 to 4/1.

Parma will face Juventus in Tardini in the first match of the season.

Campionato will end on 24th May 2020.

The complete schedule (date is referred to Sunday but marches could be on Saturday or Monday too)

1^ Parma-Juventus (25.08.2019)
2^ Udinese-Parma (01.09.2019)
3^ Parma-Cagliari (15.09.2019)
4^ Lazio-Parma (22.09.2019)
5^ Parma-Sassuolo (25.09.2019)
6^ Parma-Torino (29 09.2019)
7^ SPAL-Parma (06.10.2019)
8^ Parma-Genoa (20.10.2019)
9^ Inter-Parma (27.10.2019)
10^ Parma-Verona (30.10.2019)
11^ Fiorentina-Parma (03.11.2019)
12^ Parma-Roma (10.11.2019)
13^ Bologna-Parma (24.11.2019)
14^ Parma-Milan (01.12.2019)
15^ Sampdoria-Parma (08.12.2019)
16^ Napoli-Parma (15.12.2019)
17^ Parma-Brescia (22.12.2019)
18^ Atalanta-Parma (05.01.2020)
19^ Parma-Lecce (12.01.2020)
20^ Juventus-Parma (19.01.2020)
21^ Parma-Udinese (26.01.2020)
22^ Cagliari-Parma (02.02.2020)
23^ Parma-Lazio (09.02.2020)
24^ Sassuolo-Parma (15.02.2020)
25^ Torino-Parma (23.02.2020)
26^ Parma-SPAL (01.03.2020)
27^ Genoa-Parma (08.03.2020)
28^ Parma-Inter (15.03.2020)
29^ Verona-Parma (22.03.2020)
30^ Fiorentina-Parma (05.04.2020)
31^ Roma-Parma (11.04.2020)
32^ Parma.Bologna (19.04.2020)
33^ Milan-Parma (22.04.2020)
34^ Parm-Sampdoria (26.04.2020)
35^ Parma-Napoli (03.05.2020)
36^ Brescia-Parma )10.05.2020)
37^ Parma-Atalanta (17.05.2020)
38^ Lecce-Parma (24.05.2020)

Parma is Social Networks Champion

An important agency specialized in monitorizing Football account social networks interactions, Social Media Soccer, just announced the results of his analysis through the whole Serie A season.

Parma Calcio won the Twitter Challenge with the best points performance ever. This competition calculates interactions generated by Serie A clubs Twitter accounts in real time during the league matches and put in relationship with the followers base.

Parma won the challenge by overtaking even Juventus, the italian club with the biggest fan base. This important result testify the great work of Nicolò Fabris and his communication team and is it a fundamental analysis that confirm the value of our Club for the sponsor’s interest.

The great results on Twitter are supported by the whole social networks collaborations: Facebook, YouTube and Instagram, where Parma had an impressive rise.

The innovative collaboration with Spotify – a huge brand – and the Parma App restyling are also interesting weapons to Parma Calcio communication arsenal and a desire by the Club to interact as much as possible with his fanbase.

Here all Parma Calcio Channels:

 Parma Calcio 1913
 Parma Football Academy

 Parma Calcio 1913 Facebook:

 Parma Calcio 1913 Italian

 Parma Calcio 1913 English

 Parma Calcio 1913

Well done, guys!

Let the Team feel our support

Boys Parma 1977 asked all the fan base to meet at 1 PM in front of the Tardini gate to receive the bus of the players arriving to the stadium and let them feel all our support for a crucial match of the season.

We have to let feel the team all the support possible during the match. As Alessandro Lucarelli said few days ago: “Fiorentina have to feel they are playing against not just a team, but against a whole town“.

We with the voice, you with the heart… We’ll win!