Category Archives: Parma Family

Darren one of us

This is the part of football we like the most: meeting good people.

Thank you to Darren Bentley, Burnley Football Club Media Manager, that agreed to kid with us and took a pic with our Hawaiian style holiday hat.

The story behind this pic?

As you know, we have been in Burnley last August to follow friendly match in Turf Moor and met many abroad fans there – read the post “About Turf Moor, cricket and relatives” – receiving a great welcome from Clarets fans.

We started a Twitter chat with Darren after that he posted a picture of him and his colleague, the commentor Phil Bird, with an Hawaiian style Burnley shirt during the match between Burnley and Parma, so that we decided to ship them our Hawaiian style hat.

It was a way to say thank you to Burnley people and to express the wish to meet them again on the field, who knows, hopefully not for a friendly match.

We wait for you in Tardini. You’ll be welcome.

…and of course, if you want to improve your summer holiday wardrobe you find Burnley FC Holiday Shirt at this link. For PFW hat just have to start a Twitter chat.

Parmagiani never stop

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A quick, late post on Parmagiani National Gathering that will take place today and tomorrow in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Massive good luck for a great meeting and we really hope to be there one day to celebrate with you next Parmagiani anniversary.

Thanks Abdul, Triddy and all the guys and girls that are traveling from all over Indonesia to meet together and celebrate their friendship and football passion.

Mirko, fighting reporter

Mirko with Marcello Gazzola

Hi, my name is Mirko, I write you from Children Hospital Oncology Division [English Translation follows]

🇮🇹 “Ciao sono Mirko, vi scrivo dal reparto di oncologia pediatrica.

Sono le 11:00 e dalla finestra della mia stanza, numero 4, vedo arrivare un gruppo di tifosi del Torino con in mano uno striscione con scritto: MIRKO SIAMO TUTTI CON TE. Ma allora è vero che siete tutti con me nonostante il mio cuore gialloblù. Che emozione!

Alle 15:00 sono in collegamento pronto per il match Parma-Torino. La partita è equilibrata e finisce sullo 0-0. Il Parma si porta a casa un punto molto importante per la salvezza, mentre il Toro con una vittoria avrebbe potuto puntare alla Champions League. Migliore in campo per il Parma, Gazzola, abile nel recuperare palla e nel sostenere la squadra fino alla fine. Per i granata, Berenguer, bravo nel recuperare tanti palloni e attaccare l’area del Parma.

Ringrazio i tifosi del Torino, sempre nel cuore quelli del Parma.

Dalla mia postazione anche per oggi è tutto

Mirko💛💙”

🇬🇧 “It’s 11 o’clock and from the window of my room, number 4, I see a group of Torino fans handling a banner with written: MIRKO WE ARE WITH YOU. So it si true that you are all with me despite my yellow and blue heart. What an emotion!

Ar 3 PM I’m connected and ready for the Parma vs Torino match. Game is in balance and ends 0-0. Parma conquer one very important point  for salvation, although Toro, with a victory, could dream about Champions League. The best on the field for Parma was Gazzola, skillful in retrieving the ball and supporting the team until the end. For granata, Berenguer, good in both, getting back the ball and attacking Parma’s box.

I say thank you to Torino fans, Parma ones are always in my heart.

From my station this is all.

Mirko💛💙”

We are happy to have been contacted by Mirko the Fighter and to host his personal reportage on yesterday match.

Who is Mirko? Read Support we like and Forza Mirko. 

“Sometimes you know you won despite the result on the pitch”

Parmagiani official and trusted accounts

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Since we know there is some confusion about this, we would like to list here the only official and trustable Parmagiani Indonesia accounts.

Website: www.parmagiani.com

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Facebook Main Page: Parmagiani Indonesia https://www.facebook.com/ParmagianiIndonesia/

Facebook Group “Parmagiani Indonesia” (Lucarelli Picture wearing a Parmagiani armband): https://www.facebook.com/groups/1739833866273987/

Facebook account “Tifosi Parmagiani” (Social Media Division of Parmagiani Indonesia): https://www.facebook.com/tifosi.parmagiani.7

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Instagram Main account: https://www.instagram.com/parmagiani/

Instagram Regional accounts:

Minang: @parmagianiminang

Yogyakarta: @PI_Jogja18

Palembang: @parmagiani_palembang

Bekasi Cikarang Karawang: @PI_Becek

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Twitter Main account: https://twitter.com/parmaindonesia

Twitter Regional accounts:

Bandung: @PI_Bandung

Becek: @PI_Becek

Tangerang: @PI_Tangerang

Palembang; @PI_Palembang

Minang: @PI_Minang

Jambi: @PI_Jambi

Banjarmasin @PI_Banjarmasin

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YouTube Official Channel “Parmagiani Indonesia”: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWXW52SoowGDgaSTo-xMGwQ

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LINE Naver (Messenger For Chat)

ID: Parmagiani

A Facebook group for Nordic Europe fans

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We just opened a Parma Fans Nordic Europe on Facebook that was created to gather in a Facebook group all Parma fans from Scandinavia area (Sweden, Denmark and Norway) and Northern Europe (Finland and Iceland) where there are many Hidden Crusader and we are sure about this because we receive many visits – in Tardini and on the website – from these countries.

We ask you to join the network and to get in contact with us to know each other and to start organizing to count more.

This group is already listed with the other local ones in our Parma Fans Worldwide Network list. Look there for your local PFW contact in your area, here for already existing local channels or write us to list your existing one or to build a brand new one together with our support.

 

پارما for Persian speakers

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Parma Fans Worldwide has the mission to help building a network of all the Parma Calcio fans abroad so we are happy to accept in the network Parsa Telegram Channel in Persian. 

If you speak Persian and you are a Telegram user, join it: https://t.me/Parma_Calcio_1913

There you will fins translated news about Parma Calcio.

Keep on discovering more Hidden Crusaders out there!

This Iran based channel is already listed in our constantly updated Parma Calcio fans Worldwide Network list. Keep recomending us still unknown local channels in order to make Parma Calcio Worldwide fans network bigger.

Parma Family enlarge to Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg

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One of Parma Fans Worldwide mission is to encourage local groups of fans outside Italy. Starting chatting on the web about your team is the first step to find some other Hidden Crusader in your town or country, which whom one day meet up watching a match or traveling together to Tardini.

We just opened a Parma Fans Benelux (Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg) group on Facebook for this reason.

This group is already listed with the other local ones in our Parma Fans Worldwide Network list. Look there for your local PFW contact in your area, here for already existing local channels or write us to list your existing one or to build a brand new one together with our support.

 

Парма for Russian speakers

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A part for being an Official Parma Fans Club and content website, Parma Fans Worldwide has the mission to help building a network of all the Parma Calcio fans abroad.

You will discover that you are not the only fan in your country and that creating connection with other abroad groups will allow our family to grow and make Hidden Crusaders out there less lonely.

If you speak Russian and want to be updated on Parma news, have a look at this VK page, run between others by Dmitri, https://vk.com/parma_calcio 

For Telegram users there is also a big channel – admin name in Roman from Volgograd – that is a quick a fast way for receiving news on you mobile phone: https://t.me/fcparma1913

Both channels are listed in our Parma Calcio fans Worldwide Network list, constantly updated.

 

Boys and Parma Calcio united in support for charity lottery

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Yesterday evening, Parma Calcio visited Casa Azzurra in Corcagnano, the headquarter of the Onlus association that will receive founds collected by Boys Parma 1977 in their annual lottery.

To the event some representatives of the team (Roberto D’aversa, Riccardo Gagliolo, Juraj Kucka and Mattia Sprocati), the board (Luca Carra and Daniele Faggiano) and of property (Marco Ferrari and Giacomo Malmesi)

Lottery tickets are on sale every match day in front of Tardini entrances until Parma vs Milan day match, when there will be the draw.

Together, in Cagliari

Someone arrived in Cagliari by ferry boat, the most by plane from different airports to watch the match in Sardegna Arena: a 32 hours trip – 48 for the brave Polish – in which we spent time together – CCPC, Boys, spare supporters – ate great food, enjoyed incredible weather, listened to a song contest on the bus, had (probably) too many drinks and yes, also watched a football match. But in the end, it was quite less important than the rest.

Because when you experience this, the result it is almost a detail.

As said, the assumption that it was easy to travel to Cagliari revealed to be true. And we tasted one more time a true, 100% genuine, family experience. Thanks to a group of people that share the same footballistic passion, even if declined in different ways.

Mention of honor, a part for Lukasz, Parma Club Poland President, goes ex aequo to Giamma and to Rolando “Brio”, a 92 – ninety-two – years old supporter that left Parma by coach at 3 am Saturday morning and arrived back home 32 hours later almost without sleeping. If you don’t trust us is because you never tried to fall asleep on Cagliari airport seats: mission impossible!

Rolando “Brio” in Centro Coordinamento office on 9th March 2019