- Address: Via Filadelfia, Turin
- Country: Italian Republic
- Capacity: 27,000
- Opened: 14 May 1933
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Torino FC (football)
Extra stadium info – Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
The stadium was named after Benito Mussolini, a former Italian journalist and politician who founded and led the Partito Nazionale Fascista. The venue hosted its first-ever FIFA World Cup match in 1934. 16,000 people attended the game, which was won 3-2 by the national football team of Austria after defeating the French Republic. The stadium was a venue for the Olympic Winter Games in 2006.
The world famous football club Juventus used the venue for numerous home games. Juventus became one of the first sports clubs with 10 million followers on its social media page. In 1985, they were crowned European champions for the first time in their history after beating Liverpool FC from the United Kingdom. The same year, Juventus won their first world championship title in after beating the Argentine side Argentinos Juniors in the Japanese city of Tokyo.
Torino Football Club use the stadium for home games. The club was founded in 1906. In 1928, they were crowned Italian football champions for the first time in their history. In the 1940s, Torino FC won five consecutive domestic top-flight league titles. The entire team, nicknamed Grande Torino, was killed in the Superga air disaster in 1949. None of the 31 passengers on board of the plane survived the crash. In 1976, Torino FC won their first domestic top-flight league title since the year of the air disaster. They drew an average home attendance of 39,000 in that domestic league season. Torino FC won 18 of their 30 league games during that league season. Nine of those 30 games ended in a draw and three of those 30 games ended in a loss.