‘Sogno Azzurro’ arrives on TV, the four-part docu-series by Rai that tells the journey that led the Italian national team to the European Championship which begins on 11 June. From today to Thursday 10 June, at 8.30 pm on Rai1, for the first time the public will be able to enter the private life of the Azzurri in Coverciano. Thanks to an agreement with the FIGC, for 10 months the cameras followed the national team players and all the staff, filming them on the training fields, in the locker rooms, during technical meetings and moments of relaxation. Actor Stefano Accorsi is the exceptional narrator. An unprecedented story, which sees as protagonists the players, the technical commissioner Roberto Mancini, his assistants and the main figures that revolve around the national team. To enrich the docu-series the voices of the Rai journalists who have followed the Azzurri for years, and those of players and coaches who have made the history of Italian football, such as Gigi Buffon, Arrigo Sacchi, Marcello Lippi and Antonio Conte. During the four episodes, the rebirth of a team that had to regain the love of the public after failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup will be told. Precisely the creation of a group is the topic of the first episode, which focuses on how Mancini has given a new spirit to the national team, helped by a staff made up mainly of former players from “his” Sampdoria, friends and lifelong companions, while the second will focus on the problems, fears and obstacles that the group has been forced to face overcome. Between injuries, absences and complications related to Covid, which inevitably also involved the players and the staff of the National team, the delicate relationship between the players of the National team, the press and the fans will be investigated in the third episode. A story that comes from afar, and that has often crossed some memorable moments of Italian football, such as the world victories in 82 and 2006, to get to today, the age of social networks and interaction without filters. and last episode, finally, focuses on the decisive moment of the eve, telling through the hands of the players of the national team, and the members of the technical staff, the ways to face the tension that precedes the fundamental matches, between training, emotion and small superstitions .