Italy to play Iceland in World Cup qualifier in Turin

It was a warm and sunny night in Turino on Thursday night, but the crowds were not quite as enthusiastic as the weather.

The game between Italy and Iceland will be played in Turini, a city of more than two million people.

The crowd was at least as loud as the Italian supporters, who chanted, waved flags and held up banners for a better view.

Italy’s national team had its first training session on Thursday morning and will play a friendly against the Icelandic team in Turi in two days’ time.

The first training was held at the Palazzo del Corso in the northern city of Venezia, with the players arriving at 5:00pm.

The game will be held on Saturday afternoon.

The tournament kicks off on June 7 and the two sides have already qualified for the tournament for the first time.

Italy have already played three times in World Cups and lost once.

Iceland have been to the quarter-finals three times and are also in the semi-finals.