Expectations are growing for the great Rugby: Italy

Genoa welcomes the athletes of the National Rugby team who will face South Africa tomorrow at 2 pm at the Ferraris Stadium in the last test of the 2022 Autumn Nations Series: a match that follows Italrugby’s historic first victory in the second autumn test match against Australia .

A weekend dedicated to sport, but also to solidarity which yesterday involved the children of the Giannina Gaslini Institute in Genoa, a great surprise for young patients who received a visit from a delegation from the Italian national team: moments of leisure and smiles in the presence of the municipal councilor for sport Alessandra Bianchi and the management of the Gaslini Institute with the participation of the students of CUS Genova.

“Sport is the strongest tool we have to overcome any obstacle” declared the Municipal Councilor for Sport Alessandra Bianchi – “For this reason we wanted to give a great emotion to the children of the Gaslini Pediatric Institute to allow them to experience an event up close so expected for Genoa. I would like to thank the Azzurri from the bottom of my heart for this gesture of inclusion and social cohesion which actually represents a great life lesson”

An opportunity for cultural exchange and comparison also between institutions at an international level: at 2 pm today, Mayor Marco Bucci received the ambassador of South Africa in Italy, Nosipho Nausca-Jean Jezile, in his office.

Among the topics covered during the meeting are the opportunities for commercial exchange, the Blue Economy and the growth opportunities associated with boating and the new telecommunications infrastructure that will connect Africa, Europe and the Middle East. The Ambassador expressed her great passion and admiration for the numerous Genoese initiatives of international scope, Euroflora in particular: she will be the guest of honor of Mayor Bucci for this on the occasion of the thirteenth edition in 2025.

A promise that involves one of the biggest events in our city while waiting for tomorrow’s imminent appointment.

The protagonists of the match to be held tonight at the Carlini-Bollesan stadium in Genoa with the kick-off at 7.30 pm are the Cambridge University athletes who met Mayor Bucci in the afternoon in the Tursi Representative Hall after a guided tour of the Palazzi of the Rollis.

A match played against Siluri RC that will open the weekend of international rugby and will culminate in tomorrow’s eagerly awaited match between Italy and South Africa.

Also on the occasion of the Italy-South Africa rugby match, scheduled for 2 pm on Saturday 19 November, at the Luigi Ferraris stadium, the Prefecture of Genoa has ordered that, inside the sports facility and in the perimeter area of ​​some Marassi and San Fruttuoso, it is forbidden to:

sale and administration of alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content higher than 7.7° and take-away sale of beverages in glass containers at establishments, both fixed and itinerant (inside and outside the stadium), private clubs, large-scale distribution and municipal markets;

exercise of any itinerant commercial activity except in the areas already expressly identified by the local police command (piazzale Parenzo section via Mandoli between via Fassicomo and via Montebruno and piazzetta Firpo).

The sale of drinks in containers of any type for take away is prohibited inside the sports facility.

It is permitted to be sold in paper and light plastic cups.

The bans will be effective from three hours before the match until one hour after the end of the match.

Expectations are growing for the great Rugby: Italy-South Africa meet in Genoa not only for sport