Taxi transfer to a football match in Florence
Italy is a very athletic country, it is enough to go out to the streets to see the living proof of this. A large number of people jog every day, sports grounds are constantly occupied by children and adults who play football. Football in Italy is the most popular sport. For an Italian football is not just a sport, it is almost a religion. Italian football team won the world championship several times. The first time was in 1934, then in 1938, 1982 and 2006. Italy’s national football team can surely be called one of the most popular teams in the world. In Florence, the most important stadium is "Artemio Franchi", it is the home arena of the Florentine team "Fiorentina". The stadium was named after the president of the Football Federation of the Italiy, Artemio Franchi.
A huge number of fans gather in the stadium during the football matches. Staduims gatherthousands of people who want to cheer for their favorite team. These days getting to the stadium can be a big problem. Public transport is simply overflowed with football fans.
By ordering a special transfer to a football match, you can avoid all the confusion associated with the transportation to the stadium. Recently, trnansfers to the football games became very popular among fans. Transfer to football in Florence, transfer to a football in Milan or Rome, it is a good way to get to the game of your favorite team with comfort and on time.
Professional and experienced driver will take you to the stadium, making sure that you will have enough time to pass control and find a good spot in the stadium.
If the aim of your visit to Florence, Rome or Milan, is to cheer for your favorite team, a transfer to the football match will be of a great help to your pleasant expereince. You simply need to book the service in advance, and our driver will meet you at the airport or train station. You will only need to enjoy the game and cheer for your favorite team.
Company "Italy Transfer Group" provides transfers to all stadiums of Italy: Artemio Franchi Florence (Fiorentina), Giuseppe Meazza Milan (Internazionale), (Milan), Olympic Stadium Rome (Lazio), (Roma), Marco Antonio Bentegoni Verona (Chievo) (Hellas Verona).