Definition of Derby d'Italia

What is the meaning of Derby d'Italia in football?

Derby d'Italia (Derby of Italy) is a nickname for a matchup between Inter Milan and Juventus.

The term was first used in 1967 by the sports journalist Gianni Brera.

Definition of Derby dItalia - Football Dictionary

Milan and Turin are the two big Northern Italian cities, most industrialized and often ruled by opposing political parties. Derby d'Italia is one of the biggest, and most watched games in Italian football.

The two teams met for the first time in 1909.

The overall score, across all competitions, at the time of this writing, is 94 victories for Juventus, 67 victories for Inter and 53 draws.

Derby d'Italia matches are a must see!