Italy stadium map

Map of Italy stadium. Italy stadium map (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Italy stadium map (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. While the Serie A is still one of the world leading football leagues, the stadiums are far from it. Having missed the wave of new stadium developments in the 1990s and 2000s, Italy is left with old bare crumbling concrete structures, failing to get new developments off the ground despite the excellent example of Juventus Stadium as its shown in Italy stadium map. That said, there is still something magical about visiting an Italian football match, especially when the tifosi are on song. In the season 2018/2019, Serie A soccer stadiums in Italy recorded an average capacity of roughly 38 thousand spectators.
Stadio San Siro, officially named Stadio Guiseppe Meazza, was a project of former AC Milan president Piero Pirelli. In the first two decades of the 20th century, Milan had already occupied various grounds, and by the early 1920s played at a ground at the Viale Lombardia as its mentioned in Italy stadium map. Stadio Olimpico was built to serve as the centrepiece of the Foro Italia sports complex, a project initiated by the regime of Mussolini. Construction started in 1928 and a first tier had been finished in 1932. Works on the second tier were halted though due to the outbreak of the Second World War and were only resumed in December 1950. Stadio San Paolo was built to provide Napoli with a permanent home after their old home Stadio Partenopeo had been destroyed in the Second World War by air raids.