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Florence

CAPACITY :

47,290

CONSTRUCTED :

1931

Florence is used for regular team football in the Italian league and rarely by the Italian National team. Stadio Artemio Franchi hosted the 1960 Olympic Football and 4 games during the 1990 World Cup.

Genoa North

CAPACITY :

36,703

CONSTRUCTED :

1911

Genoa North is used for regular team football by one of the top teams, in the Italian league. The Stadio Luigi Ferraris hosted one match during the 1934 World Cup and four matches during the 1990 World Cup.

Genoa South

CAPACITY :

36,703

CONSTRUCTED :

1911

Genoa South is used for regular team football by one of the top teams, in the Italian league. The Stadio Luigi Ferraris hosted one match during the 1934 World Cup and four matches during the 1990 World Cup.

Italy National

CAPACITY :

70,634

CONSTRUCTED :

1937

Italy National is used for regular International matches for the National football team. The Stadio Olimpico hosted the 1960 Summer Olympics, 6 games during the 1990 World Cup and 4 European Cup Finals.

Milan North

CAPACITY :

80,018

CONSTRUCTED :

1926

Milan North is used for regular team football by one of the top teams, in the Italian league. The San Siro Stadium hosted 6 games during the 1990 World Cup and the 2001, 1970 and 1965 European Cup Finals.

Milan South

CAPACITY :

80,018

CONSTRUCTED :

1926

Milan South is used for regular team football by one of the top teams, in the Italian league. The San Siro stadium hosted 6 games during the 1990 World Cup and the 2001, 1970 and 1965 European Cup Finals.

Naples

CAPACITY :

60,240

CONSTRUCTED :

1959

Naples is used for regular team football by one of the top teams, in the Italian football league. Stadio San Paolo is the 3rd largest football stadium in Italy, it hosted 5 games during the 1990 World Cup.

Rome North

CAPACITY :

70,634

CONSTRUCTED :

1937

Rome North is used for regular team football, in the Italian league. The Stadio Olimpico hosted the 1960 Summer Olympics, 6 games during the 1990 World Cup, 2009 and 1996 European Cup Finals.

Rome South

CAPACITY :

70,634

CONSTRUCTED :

1937

Rome South is used for regular team football, in the Italian league. The Stadio Olimpico hosted the 1960 Summer Olympics, 6 games during the 1990 World Cup, 2009 and 1996 European Cup Finals.

Turin North

CAPACITY :

41,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2011

Turin is used for regular team football by one of the top teams in the Italian league. The Juventus Stadium hosted the 2014 European Cup Final, the previous stadium held 1990 World Cup matches.

Turin South

CAPACITY :

28,140

CONSTRUCTED :

1933

Turin South is used for regular team football by one of top teams, in the Italian league. The Stadio Olimpico di Torino was used for the opening and closing ceremonies for the 2006 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.

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