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Italy’s bright young sparks make the first final in nine years in Israel at the Under-21 European Championships taking on Spain at the Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem Tuesday, at 11:00 CET.
Brazil’s tester tournament for the World Cup 2014 starts tomorrow amid much trepidation as to whether the South American country will be ready in time. Not only that there is increasing anger at the overspending on the upcoming World Cup and Olympic Games.
Swide went behind the scenes with the Italian national team for their trip to Geneva to take on Brazil in a friendly. As far as international sporting experiences go, it just doesn’t get any more Italian than this.
Swide will travel to Geneva with the Italian national team for their friendly game against Brazil. Follow us on Twitter @Swide,#Swidelive and Instagram @dolcegabbanaofficial, for live updates of what it’s like inside the Italian dressing room.
While fellow Italian Mario Balotelli grabs all the headlines about Italy's multi-ethnic future it is Angelo Ogbonna could well be the poster boy for Italian football in general.
A new campaign means a new-look Italy team for Prandelli. The road to the World Cup in Brazil 2014 starts with a trip to Sofia to take on Bulgaria this evening.
When working out, looking good matters. Even in the Olympics, fashion and sport coexist, with important fashion houses designing the uniforms for their country, much like Dolce&Gabbana do for the Italian National Football Team. Well, if you can’t represent your country on the Olympic stage, you can look good while you train.
After exceeding all expectations and doing the country proud in reaching the final of the European Championships in Poland and Ukraine Cesare Prandelli’s Italian National Football team were received by the President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano at the Palazzo Quirinale in Rome, wearing Dolce&Gabbana.
Probably the most intriguing of the two semi-finals on offer at Euro 2012, Italy versus Germany is a fixture laden with history and one fact stands out above all else Germany have never beaten the Italians in a major tournament.
Italy defeated England in the gut-wrenchingly tense penalty shoot-out last night to book their semi-final place against Germany in Warsaw on the 28th of June. On the night Italy were thoroughly deserved winners with 37 shots at goal to England’s 10. But with 63% possession in a game they so clearly dominated why leave it to the last in a do-or-die shoot-out? Well the Italians, have a love/hate relationship with the penalty shootout.
Milan Men’s Fashion Week is not only about the clothes; it’s also about the parties. Everyone in the fashion world knows that the parties thrown by Dolce&Gabbana are infamous, but Milan wasn’t prepared for the night that the iconic designers had in store for the revellers. It’s been a long time since a party like this had been thrown in Milano… Swide’s Ben Taylor was there. Here’s how it played out.
Sunday’s quarter final showdown between Europe’s two football super powers Italy and England is very much all about one man. Mario Balotelli carries the hopes of a nation on his shoulders, but will the darling of the British tabloid media be in one of his destructive or his destructively brilliant moods – with ‘Super Mario’ you just never know what to expect.