In Italy the Turin derby between Juventus and Torino is still one of the world's top matches. It is also known as "Derby della Mole".
It is named after the Mole Antonelliana, a major landmark in the city and the architectural symbol of Piemont.
Juventus and Torino is the first derby of Italian football and the oldest meeting between two teams based in the same city still disputed.
This derby represent the juxtaposition of two opposing social classes. The fans of Torino usually represent the proletariat, while Juventus the bourgeoisie.
The first derby was played on 13 January 1907. The two clubs played 204 official matches and 41 unofficial matches. Juventus won 92 official derbies.
November 17, 1912 Is a date marked in red on the calendar of every Torino fan. The granata scored 8 goals to Juventus. That is the victory with the biggest gap in favor of Torino.
After the Superga tragedy of 1949 and the consequent technical impoverishment of Torino, Juventus has a period more favourable culminating in the derby of 20 April 1952, won 6-0.
Recent history has seen a marked dominance of Juventus.