Special evening in Curva Nord today before the match. Boys Parma 1977 will make a cake distribution in order to support they lottery.
This is the translation of their communication:
“Saturday night we are back in Tardini, our home, against Inter. It have to be a special night for all the Gialloblu fan base, because we don’t want to let the enthusiasm we brought back from Turin turn off and, with a fenomenal 3-3 at 93° minute served to Old Lady, we would like to continue riding this wave of optimism and fervor!
We would like to celebrate together with you, to all Curva Nord Matteo Bagnaresi fans. Us, the Boys 1977, decided to place a desk under the Curva where we will offer sweets and slices of cakes made by girls, mums, girlfriends of Group guys and we will have the chance to take our charity lottery on, friendly dumping a ticket on you in exchange of a wonderful slice of cake!
We remind you that the money collected by Boys 1977 lottery, a part for helping who in need (this year our charity objective will be Casa Azzurra in Corcagnano), we support expenses of the Group, like headquarter, choreographies, flags, etc… We would like you to remember the importance we give to this lottery, asking once again the help of you all, Glialloblu fans… Come many on Saturday evening before the match, buy a ticket, celebrate together the 3-3 and we will also eat a slice of cake… hoping to leave the after-dessert bitter, after 90 minutes, to guest supporters!
We wait for you! Com’on Curva Nord Curva Bagnaresi!”
On 21st September will be officially donated in Amatrice, the town hit by terrible eartquake almost two years ago, two fields, one tribune with roof, forniture for A.S.D. Amatrice for 2018/19 season and a 9 places van. All this has been purchased with money collected by Italian Ultras during the campaign “Ultras d’Italia per Amatrice”: in 4 month they could reach the sum of 161.277,27 euros.
On 21st September there will be the official inauguration in Amatrice. Parma fans (Boys 1977 + Centro Coordinamento Parma Clubs) donated more that 3000 euros.
This is the list of al Ultras groups that took part to the fund raising: Ancona: Curva Nord Ancona; Andria: Curva Nord Andria; Bari: Curva Nord Bari; Barletta: Gruppo Erotico 1987; Benevento: Curva Sud Benevento; Brescia: Irriducibili Leonessa (Basket); Campobasso: Crazy Bus / Primitive Groove (Collettivo dj); Cantù: Eagles Cantù 1990 (Basket); Carpi: Ultras Carpi Guidati dal Lambrusco; Cassino: Laterale Sud Cassino; Catanzaro: Ultras Catanzaro 1973; Cava de’ Tirreni: Curva Sud Catello Mari; Cesena: Curva Mare Cesena / Centro Coordinamento Clubs Cesena; Civitanova Marche: Civitanovesi Ultras; Crotone: Curva Sud Crotone; Empoli: Desperados Empoli 1983; Fano: Panthers Fano 1977; Ferrara: Curva Ovest Ferrara Otto Settembre; Firenze: Unonoveduesei Curva Fiesole; Garmisch-Partenkirchen: Blue Supporters Garmisch (Hockey); Genova: Tifoseria Sampdoriana; Giulianova: Ultras Giulianova 1979; Gravina: Noi Ultras Gravina / La Gravina Ultras; Grosseto: Maremmani 1912; Gubbio: Gubbio Supporters 2004; L’Aquila: G.S. Supporters (Basket); Latina: Leone Alato Littoria; Lucca: Curva Ovest Lucca; Mantova: Ultras Mantova; Martina Franca: Ultras Martina Curva Nord; Messina: Curva Sud Messina; Milano: Curva del Milano (Hockey); Milano: Curva Nord Milano; Milano: Ultras Milano (Basket); Monaco di Baviera: Ultras Antwerpen 1994; Monopoli: Bad Boys 1987 Monopoli; Nardò: South Boys 2002 Nardò; Fedelissimi 1993; Tabula Rasa; Novara: Nuares; Olbia: Ultras Olbia; Parma: Boys Parma 1977 / Centro di coordinamento Parma Clubs; Pesaro: Pesaro Ultras 1898 / Vecchia Guardia 1979 / Gioventù Pesaro / Porto Pesaro; Picerno: Teste Matte; Pistoia: Curva Nord 1921 / Pistoia 1312; Pistoia: Baraonda Biancorossa (Basket); Pordenone: Supporters Pordenone; Prato: Curva Ferrovia Matteo Ventisette Prato; Reggio Emilia: Teste Quadre / Gruppo Vandelli; Rieti: Commando Ultrà Rieti 1997; Rieti: Old Fans Rieti (Basket); Rimini: Curva Est Rimini; Roma: Curva Nord Lazio; Roma: PGU Roma; Roseto: Curva Nord Roseto 1927 (Basket); Salerno: Curva Sud Siberiano; San Benedetto del Tronto: Curva Nord Massimo Cioffi; Sassuolo: Curva Nord Sassuolo; Taranto: Taranto Supporters; Terni: Curva Nord Terni; Torino: Curva Maratona Torino; Torre Annunziata: Curva Sud Torre Annunziata; Tortona: Gradinata Est Derthona; Treviso: I Fioi Dea Sud (Basket); Tricase: Rum Boys Tricase 2006; Tricase Fans; Trieste: Curva Furlan; Centro Coordinamento Triestina Club; Udine: Curva Nord Udine; Veglie: Veglie Tricolore; Vicenza: Curva Sud Vicenza 1902; L’Aquila 5/9/2018; Red Blue Eagles L’Aquila 1978.
Thanks to Cesare Frambati and to www.ilcapoluogo.it
On Thursday 21st June, two days before Parma Legends match, there will be a charity match in Neceto, a village in Parma countryside, with Tino Asprilla and other former Parma players like Marco Osio, Gigi Apolloni, Sandro Melli, Fausto Pizzi, Roberto Mussi and Giuseppe Cardone. The event is free entrance with offer to sustain Pediatric Hospital in Parma.
This kind of things doesn’t happen everywhere, first because “everywhere” they don’t have such kind of champs as former players and second because that “magic thing” that makes people feel at home is rare.
So, it happen that a globetrotter like Tino Asprilla will participate to an event like this in a little Parma province village, finding old friends on the field and, we are sure, also on stands. Because Parma is sort of a family, for us and for a lot of players too.
Thanks to Associazione Giocamico, and all the people that will help the organizers in fundraising.