Many sites are in English. Most have photo galleries that are well worth a look. Some feature photos of Alfas posed in various landscape settings of the host country as well as photos of rarely seen models and extraordinary scenery. Some have unique informational pages and more links. Take an armchair tour and see the passion shown by Alfisti around the world. For foreign language sites that are not available in English, a website translator such as http://www.worldlingo.com can generally provide the gist of the text, not a colloquial translation. To use Worldlingo simply open the site in your browser, click on “Website Translation” and in the URL field, paste or type the web address of the site to be translated. Finally indicate the “from” and “to” (English) languages and the translator shows the webpage in English. Note; some sites will not work with a Mozilla browser, use MS Internet Explorer instead.
Alfa Romeo Owners Club of Australia (Includes links to 5 regional divisions) One of the largest Alfa clubs in the world with over 4,000 members: www.alfaclub.org.au/
Alfa ROMEO Owners Club of Canada www.alfaclub.ca/
Alfa Romeo Owners Club of Finland (English) www.carf.fi/eng
Alfa Romeo Club Czech Republic www.alfaromeo-club.com/
Alfa Romeo Club Luxembourg (English) www.alfaromeoclub.lu/in/index.htm
An interesting page is the Dealers & Prices listing virtually all models and the market prices they command in Europe.
Alfa Romeo Club of Canada www.alfaclub.ca/
Alfa Romeo Club of South Africa www.arcsa.co.za/
Alfa Romeo Club Belgium www.clubquadrifoglio.be/
Alfa Romeo Owners Club Malta (English) www.aroc-malta.org/
Alfa Romeo Owners Club Norway www.klubbalfaromeo.no/
Alfa Romeo Owners Club Netherlands (English) www.alfaclub.nl/?lang=en
Over 4,000 members in a country of only 16.5 million inhabitants!
Alfa Romeo Club of Spain http://www.clubalfaromeoespana.com/
An excellent photo gallery under “Archivo”
Alfa Romeo Club Switzerland: www.registresuissealfaromeo.ch/index.html
Alfa Romeo Owners Club of New Zealand www.arocnz.org.nz/
Alfa Romeo Owners Club UK http://www.aroc-uk.com/index.htm
Dating from the 1930s, Alfista is the name given to Alfa Romeo fanatics, much as the word Tifosi (meaning ‘fanatics’ in Italian) is applied to Ferrari fans. The plural form of the word is Alfisti.