Torino schedule: Serie A fixtures 2014/2015

Torino finished seventh in Serie A last season. Their leading goalscorer was Ciro Immobile, who finished the season with 22 goals. They were led in assists by Alessio Cerci, who finished the season with 10 assists. 
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Torino finished seventh in Serie A last season. Their leading scorer was Ciro Immobile, who finished the season with 22 goals. Alessio Cerci led the team with 10 assists last season. 

This offseason, Torino lost 15 players to transfer, including Immobile, who is off to play with Borussia Dortmund of Bundesliga. Torino signed Juventus striker Fabio Quagliarella earlier this month.

Serie A Fixtures 2014/2015

08/31/14: Internazionale (H)

09/14/14: Sampdoria (A)

09/21/14: Hellas Verona (H)

09/24/14: Cagliari (A)

09/28/14: Fiorentina (H)

10/05/14: Napoli (A)

10/19/14: Udinese (H)

10/26/14: Lazio (A)

10/29/14: Parma (H)

11/02/14: Atalanta (H)

11/09/14: AS Roma (A)

11/23/14: Sassuolo (H)

11/30/14: Juventus (A)

12/07/14: Palermo (H)

12/14/14: Empoli (A)

12/21/14: Genoa (H)

01/06/15: Chievo Verona (A)

01/11/15: AC Milan (H)

01/18/15: Cesena (A)

01/25/15: Internazionale (A)

02/01/15: Sampdoria (H)

02/08/15: Hellas Verona (A)

02/15/15: Cagliari (H)

02/22/15: Fiorentina (A)

03/01/15: Napoli (H)

03/08/15: Udinese (A)

03/15/15: Lazio (H)

03/22/15: Parma (A)

04/04/15: Atalanta (A)

04/12/15: AS Roma (H)

04/19/15: Sassuolo (A)

04/26/15: Juventus (H)

04/29/15: Palermo (H)

05/03/15: Empoli (A)

05/10/15: Genoa (H)

05/17/15: Chievo Verona (A)

05/24/15: AC Milan (H)

05/31/15: Cesena (A)

Note: Serie A does not confirm fixtures until a few weeks prior to matches