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Stadio Olimpico: Today. Directions, Tickets, Address, Map, Pitch (2022)

The Stadio Olimpico was built as the centerpiece of the Foro Italia sports complex, which was initiated by the regime of Mussolini.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Thursday, 07.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The Stadio Olimpico was built to be the centerpiece of the Foro Italica sports complex, which was initiated by the regime of Mussolini. The final result of the project was inaugurated on 14th October 1953. Construction on the first tier of the project began in 1928 and was completed in 1932. Work on the second tier was halted due to World War II, but resumed in December 1950. The final result of the project was inaugurated on October 14, 1953.

The Stadium of Olympia officially opened on the 17th of May 1953 with a match between the national teams of Italy and Hungary. At that time, the stadium had a capacity of 100,000 people, which was mostly made up of terraces.

The Stadio Olimpico served as the centerpiece stadium for the 1960 Olympic Games, and for this all of its terraces were converted into seats, resulting in a capacity of 53,000 seats. During the Games, the stadium hosted the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as the athletics competitions.

Eight years later, the Stadio Olimpico was the principal venue of the Euro 1968 Championships, during which it hosted the match for third place and the final between Italy and Yugoslavia (2-0 after a replay).

The Stadio Olimpico remained largely unchanged until it again played host to a European Championships tournament, this time in 1980. It hosted three group matches and the final between West-Germany and Belgium (2-1).

It hosted both a European Cup final in 1977 between Liverpool and Borussia Mönchengladbach (3-1) and a European Cup final in 1984 between again Liverpool and AS Roma (1-1).

When Italy was awarded the 1990 World Cup, it became clear that the stadium needed a massive renovation. Initial plans only aimed to refurbish the stadium, but a few redesigns later an almost complete new stadium had been built. The stands were now much closer to the pitch, and the stadium had been equipped with a roof. This resulted in a capacity of 74,000 seats.

During the World Cup, Stadio Olimpico hosted all three of Italy's group matches, Italy's round of 16 match and quarter-final, and the final between Germany and Argentina.

In later years, the stadium hosted two more Champions League finals: the first in 1996 between Juventus and Ajax (1-1) and the second in 2009 between Barcelona and Manchester United (2-0).

The Stadio Olimpico underwent a final refurbishment in 2007 in order to keep it eligible to host future Champions League finals. This included, among others, the replacement of all seats.

AS Roma curiously expressed interest in the new stadium project, but eventually pulled out. Both AS Roma and Lazio have expressed unease at playing in the much-too-large and aged CONI-owned stadium. In the mid 2000s, Lazio had plans to move to a new stadium, but these came to nothing. AS Roma curiously expressed interest in the new stadium project, but eventually pulled out.

The Rome-based soccer club AS Roma has recently announced that they have plans to build a brand new stadium, Stadio della Roma, with a capacity of 52,500 seats. The stadium is slated to be completed in 2021, though there have been some setbacks recently.

(photos of the present Stadio Olimpico below)

How to get to Stadio Olimpico

The stadium has a capacity of 80,000 and is currently the home of AS Roma. The Stadio Olimpico is located north of Rome, within the Foro Italico sports complex. It has a capacity of 80,000 people and is currently the home of AS Roma. Parking is available at the stadium. To get to the stadium by car, first make your way to the Rome ringroad (G.R.A.), and then take exit N5 towards Flaminia (on the northern side of the G.R.A.). From there follow signs that direct you to Foro Italico. Parking is available at the stadium.

From there, it is a short walk to the stadium.

Alternatively, one can take bus 32 just north of Vatican City at the metro stop Ottaviano. Take the bus in the direction of Tor di Quinto and get off at the stop Stadio Tennis.

From there, you can walk to the stadium or take the metro. Bus 280 can also be reached by catching it from Castel Sant'Angelo or metro Lepanto. Take the bus in the direction of Mancini and get off at stop Stadio Tennis. From there, you can walk to the stadium or take the metro.

Address: Via Foro Italico, 00194 Roma

Eat, drink, and sleep near Stadio Olimpico

The Stadio Olimpico, located in the pleasant area along the Tiber River, is part of the Foro Italico sports complex, which was built by the Italian fascist regime. This means that a few architecturally interesting structures have been built within the complex. Unfortunately, Stadio Olimpico does not offer stadium tours, which means on non-matchdays one can only view the stadium from the outside and walk around the complex. In Rome, the other major stadium, Stadio Flaminio is located walking distance on the other side of the river.

There are few food or drink options at the Foro Italico complex itself, but the area on the opposite side of the river is typical Italian urban neighbourhood. Therefore, there will be no problem finding an espresso, gelato, or pizza in this area. However, compared to Rome's city centre, the options here lack proper nightlife.

If you wish to stay close to Stadio Olimpico, there are quite a few hotels around. This usually takes at least 10 to 20 minutes to walk to the stadium.

Some hotels in the area around Stadio Flaminio include Hotel Villa Glori, Best Western Hotel Astrid, Suites Piazza del Popolo, and Face to Face House.

Nearby hotels that fall within the vicinity of Stadio Olimpico include Hotel Clodio and a few bed & breakfasts. The more luxurious River Chateau Hotel is located to the north-east, while Hotel Farnesina is located to the south-east. For more information on all hotels near Stadio Olimpico, please click here.

If you want to stay closer to the center of Rome, but want to strategically locate your hotel near Stadio Olimpico, then staying close to Piazza del Popolo or near metro stop Ottaviano (generally cheaper) are good options.

AS Roma Tickets

Tickets for AS Roma matches can be bought online, by phone (+39 892 982) or in person at one of the AS Roma stores (of which the ones at Piazza Colonna 360 and Via Appia Nuova 130 are most centrally located). The Foro Italico Ticket Office near Stadio Olimpico (Viale delle Olimpiadi 61) is also an option. Tickets for the match can be bought at the Foro Italico Ticket Office on the day of the match until kickoff, or at AS Roma's stores up until a few hours before kickoff. AS Roma generally do not sell out for high-profile matches, and even for these events tickets are generally easily available if bought in advance.

AS Roma have created two pricing categories for their home matches. Category B tickets range in price from ?25.00 for a seat behind the goal to ?65.00 for a seat at one of the sides. Category A tickets cost between ?35.00 and ?80.00.

You can find a seating plan here.

Lazio Tickets

Tickets for SS Lazio matches can be purchased online, by phone, in person at one of the Lazio Style 1900 stores, or at one of the Listicket sales points. The store at Via Guglielmo Calderini 66/C is open on the day of the match, and there are no ticket sales at the stadium.

Tickets prices can vary depending on the opponent, but typically range from ?20.00 for a seat behind the goal to ?80.00 for a seat at the main stand. Tickets prices may be higher for a few high-profile games.

You can find a stadium map here. For more information, email [email protected] or call +39 (0) 6 3237333.

Stadium tours

There are currently no possibilities for stadium tours at Stadio Olimpico.

Relevant Internet links

The official websites for AS Roma and SS Lazio are www.ASRoma.it and www.SSLazio.it, respectively. The official tourism website of Rome is Turismoroma.it. Public transport information can be found at Atac.roma.it. They need to take a tour of Twickenham on match day and duplicate what Twickenham provides - without any issues or trouble whatsoever. If possible, I would appreciate a response - preferably advising that these improvements will be made!

I require that a tour of Twickenham be taken on match day and that any issues or trouble be avoided. If possible, I would appreciate notification that these improvements will be made.

There is a ticket facility within the stadium complex, but they did not sell the cheapest tickets in the Curva. The atmosphere was good considering the ground was only 1/3 full. There are a few bars / refreshment stands on the river bank as you approach the ground, but not much else around that we could see.

I went to the Lazio vs Sassuolo game and bought tickets from the Lazio shop about 10-12 minutes before the game. There was a bit of a queue so don't leave it too late. There is also a ticket facility within the stadium complex but they did not sell the cheapest tickets in the Curva.

An atmosphere of good behaviour was demonstrated considering the ground was only one-third full. There were a few bars and refreshment stands on the river bank as one approached the ground, but little else around that we could see.

Wojciech wrote: March 23, 2015 at 5:03 pm The stadium is old but still very nice. Fans are crazy. I went to watch Roma-Man City game last December. You can easily buy tickets from listicket. Id or passport is required to get to the stadium.

The stadium is old but is still very nice. The fans are crazy. I went to watch Roma- Manchester City game last December. You can easily buy tickets from listicket. Id or passport is required to get to the stadium.

When picking up tickets from the box office, it is important to take your passport with you. There are no tours or museum available either, which is disappointing.

When picking up tickets from the box office, make sure you have your passport with you. There are no tours or museum either, which is disappointing.

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