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2x UEFA Champions League:
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The capacity will be 41,000...rather small for a team like Juve, if you ask me....should be at least 50,000.....

Torino will move to their old home ground, the Stadio Comunale Filadelfia.....which will be reconstructed for the Olympics 2006.....called the Stadio Grande Torino will capacity of 28,000.....33,000 during the Olympics...
 

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The main reason to remodelate delle alpi is because the stadium is always empty, so I think that 41.000 is enough capacity.

Where could I find information about new comunale?
 

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So the roof's already finished?

BTW, numerous pics of the stadium can be found right here .
 

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new Stadium of Torino





Name: Nuovo Comunale (Stadio Grande Torino)
Scheduled inauguration: December 2004
Club: AC Torino
Capacity: 28,000 seats
Costs: €25-30 mln.

http://www.stadiumguide.com
 

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NEW "STADIO DELLE ALPI"




Juventus will also build outside the stadium. Juventus plan to build a hotel, a shopping centre, a Juve store, a Juventus museum, a cinema, a bowling hall, restaurants and new offices for the club. The work will start in May 2005 and end in September 2007. Juventus will continue to play in the stadium during the construction, but the capacity may for some games be reduced to 25 000 seats during the construction period. Torino Football Club will build a "new" stadium at the ground of the old Stadio Comunale. The work will start this September. Their stadium will have a capacity of 28 000 seats and be ready at the end of 2005. Torino will play at the Delle Alpi stadium until their own stadium is finished.

Juventus consider to build a glass roof over the new Delle Alpi stadium. Juventus will bring the seats within 10 to 15 metres from the field. Currently the closest a spectator can get is 23-40 metres.The other seating area will become conference rooms for use during the week for conventions or work related gatherings.

Juventus hope to rise their profit from the stadium, which currently is far below the clubs from Milan and Rome. Juventus currently profit between 10 Million and 15 Million Euro from the stadium. The new stadium will have a square design, and not a oval design like the current Delle Alpi stadium. The solution of reducing the capacity to only 41 000 has created many protests among the Juventus fans and it is therefore most likely that the capacity will be higher. Juventus also hope that the shops and entertainment features that will be build around the stadium will bring the fans to spend more time in the stadium area. Juventus hope to start building in May 2005.



NEW "STADIO COMUNALE"










More information:
http://www.stadiumguide.com/nuovocomunale.htm

and:
http://www.oct.torino.it/architetti/
 

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Why don't they get rid of the tracks in the Stadio Comunale too? Better view for spectators....
 

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The athletics track will be used for the ceremony of opening of the Olympic Games.
Therefore they could not remove it as they will make to "Delle Alpi".
During the Olympic Games the stadium will have a capacity of 35.000 seats , after the games, Ac Turin will make some modifications, reducing the seats to 28.000. :)
 

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Are AC Torino removing the tracks after the Olympics, when they have the Stadium to themselves and make it smaller?

I hate how Italian stadias have running tracks....reduces the visibility and atmosphere....:( And most stadias in Italy are old, I think the teams should build new stadiums...
 

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Len said:
Are AC Torino removing the tracks after the Olympics, when they have the Stadium to themselves and make it smaller?

I hate how Italian stadias have running tracks....reduces the visibility and atmosphere....:( And most stadias in Italy are old, I think the teams should build new stadiums...

I don't think that AC Torino removing the tracks after the Olympics.

You can be consoled with the new stage of the Juventus! Do you like it?
 

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You can be consoled with the new stage of the Juventus! Do you like it?

Nope.

They should've dug up the track and brought the old Delle Alpi closer to the pitch(like Manchester's Commonwealth stadium) rather than building the new stadium on this within the old structure.


Would've looked amazing.
 

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Nope.

They should've dug up the track and brought the old Delle Alpi closer to the pitch(like Manchester's Commonwealth stadium) rather than building the new stadium on this within the old structure.


Would've looked amazing.
Agree!
And it would become a huge stadium! 90000?

What's Juventus' average home attendance for their serie A games?
 

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Agree!
And it would become a huge stadium! 90000?

What's Juventus' average home attendance for their serie A games?
Very low for a big European Club.....declining year by year, in 2004, the average was something like 34,500....:( comparing to Milan, which has over 60,000
 

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Juventus' average home attendance for their serie A games:
1990-1991 43.114
1991-1992 51.832
1992-1993 45.868
1993-1994 44.520
1994-1995 47.866
1995-1996 41.946
1996-1997 39.271
1997-1998 47.347
1998-1999 47.164
1999-2000 42.229
2000-2001 41.273
2001-2002 40.687
2002-2003 39.771
2003-2004 34.365
 

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New Juventus stadium is look very nice and the most important this is typically soccer stadium. The tribunes present "stadio delle alpi" for far pushed away from plate of field and therefore mute such soccer atmosphere.

J LOVE JUVENTUS AND LEGIA WARSAW :cheers1: :dance:
 

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During the Olympic Games the stadium "Comunale" will have a capacity of 35.000 seats, not 33.000!
 

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Again, is the roof finished or will they do some additional work on it as well?
 
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