Cesena FC returns to take the field in favor of ‘Pediatra a misura di Bambino”, the project of the pediatrics and obstetrics department of the Bufalini hospital in Cesena. And it does so by immortalizing some of the highest moments in its history within the new 2023 Official CaleNext, next year, it will be fifty years since the first historic promotion to Serie A, and the new Bianconeri calendar is just a tribute to the thirteen championships by the club in the highest league. Those thirteen seasons are dedicated to many images, each iconic. It is a journey that starts with the first goal scored by Giovanni Toschi on October 28, 1973, and arrives at the “heart” of the Curva Mare by Franco Brienza after the 2-2 goal vs. Juventus on February 15, 2015. In some goals have that have scored salvation in some leagues, such as that of Battista Festa on the last day of the 74/75 tournament and Massimo Agostini on April 29, 1990, those of Bertarelli, Schachner, and Giaccherini, who scored against Juventus and Milan, or who have marked the derbies won with Bologna. It is calendar that looks into the past and wants to represent another season among the greats, but the innovation to the story adds a special touch. In fact, a QR Code is associated with each image, which displays a short clip in which the protagonists of those photos open the album of memories in a more connected way.
The Official Bianconeri Calendar will be on sale at the cost of ten euros at all sections of Orogel Stadium Dino Manuzzi in the last two matches of the year and the Cesena Club Coordination: the proceeds will help the Cesena pediatrics department equip itself with “next to me” cribs deemed fundamental to guarantee sleep safety of the newborn. The obstetrics department, which has about two thousand births a year, has an endowment of twenty-five beds, and therefore as many beds would be needed to cover their entire needs. Furthermore, the cribs in question allow you to manage the newborn safely, especially during the nighttime, significantly reducing the risk of accidental newborn falls.