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Performers at Stadio Olimpico
Stadio Olimpico TicketsStadio Olimpico, which is owned by the Italian National Olympic Committee, is the stadium where both the Lazio and Roma soccer clubs play their home matches. The initial stadium built on the property opened in 1937 and was called the Stadio dei Cipressi. In 1951, an expansion increased the capacity to 100,000 people, and the venue was renamed the Studio dei Centomila. When Italy hosted the 1960 Summer Olympics, the ground-level seats were eliminated, bringing the capacity down to 65,000. At this time, it became known as the Stadio Olimpico. Major renovations in 1990 and 2008 modernized the facility, which is a frequent host of the Coppa Italia final. In addition, the venue also stages rugby matches, concerts and special events. To experience the excitement with the locals, pick up Stadio Olimpico tickets at StubHub.
What public transportation options are there?There are several ways to get to the stadium on public transportation as the venue is situated near many local bus routes. For those interested in riding the metro, take the Line A train to the Ottaviano station. The stadium is a 30-minute walk away from the station. To cut down on your walking time, you may take the No. 32 bus. Alternatively, you can also take the No. 2 tram from the Flaminio tube station to the Mancini station, which is a short walk away from the venue.
How is the Stadio Olimpico seating arranged?There are three primary Stadio Olimpico seating sections. The Curva Sud is the most lively and crowded section, filled by season ticket holders and passionate home team supporters. The Curva Nord usually has more availability, and this is often where supporters of the opposing team sit. Tribuna Tevera is located along the sideline, and it includes a dedicated area for families and spectators with disabilities. Monte Mario is also on the sideline behind the players' benches. Premium seats are located in the center section of Monte Mario.
Are there nearby attractions?The stadium is situated along the Tiber River and is part of the Ford Italico sports complex. The complex also houses venues for tennis, swimming and handball. While you might not be able to enter other facilities, you can walk around and appreciate the ornate architecture and manicured grounds. Across the river are the Quarter I Flaminio and Village Olimpico neighborhoods where you can find numerous cafes and casual eateries.
Can I buy food at the stadium?There are snacks and drinks available for purchase. Offerings are mainly limited to fries and other small items. Both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages are also available.
How early should I arrive?If you're sitting in either of the Curva seats, you may want to arrive 30 to 45 minutes ahead of the start of your Stadio Olimpico event to navigate the crowds and find your seats. Otherwise, 20 to 30 minutes may be sufficient and can still give you the opportunity to watch the pre-game festivities.
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