(ANSA) – ROME, June 30 – The transfer market has officially begun. Rimini, for the third year in a row, hosted the inaugural event of the Calciomercato, organized by Master Group Sport and ADiSe, in collaboration with the Emilia-Romagna Region. The evening opened the summer session, an event sponsored by FIGC, Lega Serie A, Lega Serie B, Lega Pro.
The event, also sponsored by the Municipality of Rimini, is part of the sporting events program. In the Grand Hotel in Rimini, a journey back in memory was undertaken 40 years after the blue success at the 1982 World Cup, with exceptional guests such as Rosella Sensi, Beppe Bergomi, Arrigo Sacchi, Frederic Massara and Federica Cappelletti Rossi, wife of Paolo Rossi. .
Many anecdotes told by guests who retraced the moments of that magical summer that changed the world panorama. At the end of the talk show, the greeting of the president of the Emilia Romagna Region, Stefano Bonaccini: “Also this year from the heart of the Riviera, from a place of unparalleled charm like the Grand Hotel in Rimini, the great season of Italian football starts again. And It is a source of satisfaction for us to host the opening event of the transfer market which once again brings together many protagonists of Italian football. To enrich the evening the inauguration of the Mostra Azzurra-La Grande Storia della Nazionale, promoted by the Region, in collaboration with the Coverciano Football Museum Foundation and sponsored by the Municipality of Rimini. The mayor of Rimini, Jamil Sadegholvaad, also attended the evening. The exhibition, created and coordinated by Master Group Sport, traces the salient moments in the history of the National historic blue victory of the 1982 World Cup. From historic jerseys to Bearzot and Pertini’s pipes: an emotional journey made of memories i, relics and symbols of one of the most iconic moments in the history of Italian football and Italy. The exhibition, hosted inside the Grand Hotel Rimini, is open to the public, with free admission, starting tomorrow and until July 8. (HANDLE).