Top 10 Italian stadiums

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  Italian stadiums are often a cause for concern as outdated facilities owned by the council hurt clubs’ finances while empty seats give a poor image of the game to an international audience. However, the peninsula still plays host to a number of stadiums which can generate an incredible atmosphere and provide spectators with unforgettable More...

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By Admin On Friday, November 6th, 2015
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Italian Stadiums Desperately Need to Be Modernised for the Good of the Game

When Italy lost out to France in the bid to host the European Championship in 2016, few observers were surprised. In fact, many saw it – and still see it – as proof that Italy’s dilapidated stadiums, which More...

Stadio Armando Picchi
By Forza Italian Football Staff On Friday, March 27th, 2015
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Stadio Armando Picchi – Livorno

Name: Stadio Armando Picchi (Stadio Edda Ciano Mussolini – 1935-45) Location: Piazzale Montello 14, Livorno Built: 1935 Capacity: 19,234 Even though games had been played at this stadium as early as 1933 it More...

Mapei Stadium 2
By Forza Italian Football Staff On Friday, March 27th, 2015
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Mapei Stadium – Reggio Emilia

Name: Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore Location: Piazzale Atleti Azzuri D’Italia, Reggio Emilia Built: 1995 Capacity: 20,084 One of Italy’s more modern stadiums, the Mapei Stadium is traditionally More...

Juventus Stadium Outside
By Forza Italian Football Staff On Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
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Juventus Stadium – Torino

Name: Juventus Stadium Location: Str. Com. di Altessano, Turin Built: 2011 Capacity: 41,000 Built on the site of Juventus’ former home the Stadio delle Alpi it is the first club owned stadium in Serie A. It More...

Stadio Olimpico Rome
By Forza Italian Football Staff On Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
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Stadio Olimpico – Rome

Name: Stadio Olimpico Location: Via Foro Italico, Roma Built: 1910 Capacity: 82,307 Sitting on the outskirts of the Capital, the Stadio Olimpico is one of the most famous stadiums in Italy, and in common Italian More...

Stadio Bentegode - Outside
By Forza Italian Football Staff On Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
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Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi – Verona

Name: Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Location: Piazzale Olimpia, Verona Opened: 15th December 1963 Capacity: 36,402 The Stadio Bentegodi, situated in Verona, is host to two clubs: Hellas Verona and Chievo. Opened More...

marassi
By Forza Italian Football Staff On Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
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Stadio Luigi Ferraris – Marassi – Genoa

Name: Stadio Communale Luigi Ferraris Location: Via Giovanni De Prà, Genova Built: 1911 (Revovated 1989) Capacity: 36,536 Known as the “Marassi” for the area of Genoa in which it is situated, the Stadio Luigi More...

CALCIO
By Forza Italian Football Staff On Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
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Stadio Giuseppe Meazza – San Siro – Milan

Name: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza Location: Via Piccolomimi, Milan. Built: 1926 Capacity: 80, 074 Originally known and more commonly referred to as the San Siro for the name of the district in Milan in which it is situated, More...

New Stadio Friuli
By Forza Italian Football Staff On Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
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Stadio Friuli – Udine

Name: Stadio Friuli Location: P.le Repubblica Argentina, Udine Opened: 1976 Capacity: 41,652 Home to Udinese, the Stadio Friuli is located in the area of Rizzi, in Udine. Opened in 1976, as a replacement for Stadio More...