With the "Museo Bianconero" and the "Museo del Grande Torino e della Leggenda Granata," Cesena FC created a commemorative exhibition this weekend. The occasion? The 50th anniversary of Cesena's first Serie A match on October 7, 1973, which ended 0-0.
Inside the clubhouse at Orogel Stadium Dino Manuzzi on Saturday and Sunday afternoon, fans had the opportunity to take a trip into the past thanks to films, photos, historic jerseys, and newspaper clippings that recreated the atmosphere of that period. Also present at Saturday's event were John and Michael Aiello, who took the opportunity for a few snaps with Cesena legends present at the event, including Walter Schachner).
As announced in recent days, the highlight was the Saturday talk at 5:15 p.m. when former players took the stage, including Giampiero Ceccarelli, Catania, Ammoniaci, and Schachner himself. They gave spectators a historic afternoon with memories, anecdotes, and compelling stories.
The exhibition then remained open on Sunday afternoon before the match against Lucchese. On the second day, many fans wanted to see or -review- an essential part of Cesena's history.