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Old April 20th, 2010, 08:10 PM   #21
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Nothing (except continuation of juventus stadium) will happen in Italy until decision of UEFA 2016, then we could see progress. It does not mean no stadiums will be constucted or redeveloped if Italy do not win bid but simply funding issues and politics mean nothing is completely clear until this decision and so for now it is just nice renders to look at and lots of talk.
whats the chances of italy winning the euro 2016 bid? i hope they do.
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Old April 22nd, 2010, 12:11 AM   #22
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With Roma getting this new stadium and Lazio getting theirs, what is going to happen to the Stadio Olimpico in Rome?
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Old April 22nd, 2010, 12:15 AM   #23
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With Roma getting this new stadium and Lazio getting theirs, what is going to happen to the Stadio Olimpico in Rome?
Probably used for Athletic events, maybe refurbished or demolished D:
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Old April 22nd, 2010, 12:40 AM   #24
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I haven't seen the stadium plans for Lazio but two 55k seaters for each club makes sense. Lazio and Roma had trouble selling out the Olimpico during Champions League matches and even their famous derby. No disrespect to the fans or anybody, but they can't do it. Maybe the tickets we're too expensive in the past but 55k is a great number even for the future, just my opinion.
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Old April 22nd, 2010, 12:57 PM   #25
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Probably used for Athletic events, maybe refurbished or demolished D:
I know it recently got refurbished with new seats for the entire stadium, new LED screens and upgrades to the changing rooms. These were carried out so it could host the 2009 Champions league final, which going from what the British press said at the time (unless you support Man Utd), staging it in the Stadio Olympico was a great success.

Looking at the average attendances for both Roma and Lazio, over the last 5 seasons (not including 2009/10) Roma's has ranged from 35,982 - 49,631. Lazio's average per season has ranged from 21,607 - 37,516. However 10 years ago in the 1999/00 season they averaged Roma: 58,915, Lazio: 51,956. The following season Roma averaged: 63,370. So its obvious that the support is their but a stadium of 72,698 does seem a little too large for both teams.

It would be a shame to lose the Stadio Olympico to not host regular football matches, but its understanable why both teams want smaller grounds. Although I doubt the Italians would demolish the Stadio Olympico, I expect it will play a similar role to Wembely Stadium, hosting International matches and cup finals only.
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Old April 23rd, 2010, 12:38 PM   #26
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what is this project? when has it been decided?
What it is?! Why, a new stadium for Roma, of course. Isn't that pretty obvious?

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With Roma getting this new stadium and Lazio getting theirs, what is going to happen to the Stadio Olimpico in Rome?
It will become the national stadium of the Gli Azzuri, the national football team of Italy.
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National Team just at Olimpico?
Thats bad
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have roma said when they expect the construction to start?
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I haven't seen the stadium plans for Lazio but two 55k seaters for each club makes sense.
One each would make more sense.
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Old June 11th, 2010, 08:14 PM   #30
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now that italy didnt get the euro 2016 what is the chanced of this stadium being built?
IMO roma need this stadium
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National Team just at Olimpico?
Thats bad
Well, not really. The Olimpico is to big for the Rome teams.

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Old January 2nd, 2011, 05:38 PM   #32
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ma se non c'avete manco l'occhi pe piagne!
sognate sognate che forse alla playstation ve lo fate lo stadio.

solo 2 parole: SPECULAZIONE EDILIZIA
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Old January 3rd, 2011, 01:47 AM   #33
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Are the respective stadiums for Lazio and Roma being built inside the city of Rome? Or are they going to be constructed outside city limits?

I've been to Stadio Olimpico, and that's pretty far from everything already.
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Old January 12th, 2011, 09:18 AM   #34
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if they will built the new stadium for lazio it will be more fare away than olimpico

but this is just science fiction,lazio have no moneny for a new stadium and roma too.
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Old January 28th, 2011, 06:51 AM   #35
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humm...will there really be a giant picture of Franco Sensi wearing a hat on the exterior of the stadium??
That's weird... :-p
No, the picture of him there was only there (IMO) to justify the naming of the stadium. That 'picture' of him is actually a LED screen and will be used to show match previews for people coming to the stadium.

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IF the seats were more colourful and there was a one tier end, it would be great. Also 55000 is too small for Roma (oviously that's the point, but still).
55,000 is definitely not too small for Roma. This season their figures for the season stand at:

Spectators for Serie A games:

Average: 30,000
Minimum: 18,000
Maximum: 45,000

As you can see with an average of 30,000 a stadium of 55,000 is definitely enough. Even their maximum would not fill the stadium. What is the point of spending more money to have an empty stadium 95% of games played in it?

An almost full stadium always looks much better to supporters and players than a half empty stadium.
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Old April 1st, 2011, 03:06 PM   #36
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Now the ownership situation appears to be resolved, what is the likely timetable for this? I assume the new owners want Roma to have its own ground very soon.
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Now the ownership situation appears to be resolved, what is the likely timetable for this? I assume the new owners want Roma to have its own ground very soon.
Ownership is resolved.

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Official: Roma takeover deal

Roma and Thomas Di Benedetto have released a formal statement confirming an agreement for the American takeover.

Di Benedetto, who heads a conglomerate ready to buy AS Roma from the Sensi family company Italpetroli and UniCredit Bank, has been in the city for advanced negotiations since Monday.

“Italpetroli S.p.a., UniCredit S.p.a. and Di Benedetto AS Roma LLC announce that negotiations in Rome over the past few days have reached a basic agreement to buy up control of AS Roma S.p.a.” read the statement released late Tuesday night.

“Based on this agreement, the buy-out should be completed by a company made up of 60 per cent Di Benedetto AS Roma LLC and 40 per cent UniCredit S.p.a.

“There is also an option for UniCredit to sell their shares to other strategic Italian investors.

“Over the next few days we will proceed to write out the definitive versions of the agreements reached today, which also include commitments for the reinforcement and future development of AS Roma.

“The signature of this agreement is expected within the next 20 days, allowing Di Benedetto AS Roma LLC to present financial guarantees.

“Until said guarantees and the signatures are finalised, we will not be revealing any further details on the contents of the agreement.”
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Roma's prospective new owner Thomas Di Benedetto has revealed that he wants to win the Scudetto every year, buy six players this summer and build a new stadium.

The American is expected to complete the purchase of Roma this week after a long process of due diligence, which started before Christmas.

Speaking to La Gazzetta dello Sport, he said: “My dream is exactly that of millons of fans: to make Roma one of the top clubs in the world, a team capable of winning the Scudetto every year and of finally being competitive in the Champions League.

“How do you say it in your parts? All roads lead to Roma…”

“My team is composed of people who know world football very well. We'll speak with the current management who are working very well when it's the right moment and make a judgement.

“I believe that some players will be sold and others will arrive, at least five or six new players.

“I was at Roma-Inter, and we won with a great goal from Mirko Vucinic. That evening the passion of the Romanisti overwhelmed me. There is nothing comparable in the United States, perhaps some games of college football played in front of 100,000 people.

“But it's a shame that all this support for Roma doesn't have an adequate structure: The Olimpico doesn't reward the passion of the Romanisti at all, the stands are too far from the pitch, the noise is lost with the distance.

“Also for this reason, it'll take a new stadium, and a different one: an English-like ground that has positive effects on the players, a modern version of Campo Testaccio.”
The date is still unknown but work is expected to start within the year on a new stadium. The Franco Sensi render seems likely to be used. 60,000 is the rumored capacity. Completion date to be before 2016, most likely 2015.
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the design looks very closely like new juvearena! is it the same architect?
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the design looks very closely like new juvearena! is it the same architect?
Nah it isn't the same architect but I was also amazed at the similarity. Look at the gardens outside each stadium. The same!
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