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Stadio Renato Dall?Ara: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The stadium has a total capacity of 50,000. Renato Dall'Ara Stadium was built in the mid 1920s and officially opened on the 29 May 1927 with a friendly between the national teams of Italy and Spain (2-0). The stadium has a total capacity of 50,000.

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History and description

The stadium has been the home of a number of football clubs, including Parma FC, Juventus FC and Torino FC. The Stadio Renato Dall'Ara was built in the mid 1920s and officially opened on 29 May 1927 with a friendly between the national teams of Italy and Spain (2-0). The stadium has been the home of a number of football clubs, including Parma FC, Juventus FC, and Torino FC. The stadium was initially called Il Littoriale and could only hold 50,100 spectators. It already looked very similar to today?s stadium.

The construction of a new and larger stadium outside of the city was abandoned in the 1960s.

After the War, the stadium had already changed names to Stadio Comunale, and it was renamed to Stadio Renato Dall?Ara in honour of a former president of the club in 1983.

The Stadio Renato Dall'Ara was selected as one of the playing venues for the 1990 World Cup, and for this it underwent extensive refurbishment and expansion.

The stadium hosted three group matches and the round of 16 match between England and Belgium.

In 2016, the yellow seats were replaced by a new blue-red color scheme. In 2018, the blue and red seats were replaced by a new blue-green color scheme.

In 2016, plans were presented to extensively redevelop Stadio Renato Dall'Ara. This redevelopment would include the reconstruction of both curves, eliminating the athletics tracks around the stadium and moving the stands closer to the pitch, the removal of most external iron works, but leaving the historic parts of the exterior intact, and covering the entire stadium with a roof, which will be transparent in part so that the historic marathon tower can still be seen from inside of stadium.

The redevelopment of the stadium would reduce its capacity by 11,000 seats, resulting in a potential capacity of just under 24,000. The cost of the redevelopment is estimated to be around ?60-?80 million, but the final project may still differ from what has been presented so far.

How to get to Stadio Renato Dall?Ara

Renato Dall'Ara Stadium is located in the west of Bologna, about 3 kilometers from Bologna's historic city center and slightly more from the city's central railway station. If coming by car from the A1 (north or south), follow the signs for Bologna and the A14 Ancona. From the A14, take exit 2 and drive toward Bologna Centro. From there, follow the signs for Stadio.

The ride takes about 20 minutes and the bus stops near Santa Maria Maggiore.

If you'd like to explore the historic city centre but don't want to walk or take the bus, there's an alternative. Catch bus 14 from Via Rizzoli and take it in the direction of Piazza Giovanni XXIII. The bus ride will take about fifteen minutes and buses run frequently.

Address: Via Andrea Costa 174, 40134 Bologna

Eat, drink, and sleep near Stadio Renato Dall?Ara

Stadio Renato is located in a great urban neighbourhood. There are several local restaurants on Via Andrea Costa and Via Saragozza, but needless to say that Bologna?s splendid historical centre offers many more options. There are no large hotels near Stadio Renato Dall?Ara, but various apartments rentals and B&Bs like Bed in Bo can be found nearby. There are, however, various hotels on the western edge of Bologna?s historic centre that are still at walking distance. These include the likes of Best Western Hotel Re Enzo, Hotel Muà, and Palazzo Trevi Charming House.

Click here for an overview of hotels and B&Bs near Stadio Renato Dell?Ara.

Bologna Tickets

Tickets for Bologna games can be bought online or at one of the Vivaticket sales points. There are various sales outlets in Bologna's historic centre, or near Bologna's main train station.

ticket prices depend on the opposition. Expect to pay between $18.00 and $90.00 for a low-profile match, and between $25.00 and $130.00 for the likes of Juventus and the Milan clubs.

You can find a seating map here. If you have any questions, please email [email protected]

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Welcome to the official website of Bologna FC. Here you can find information on the club and its players, as well as links to our various other websites. We hope you enjoy your visit! 1. Darren Pryer writes: The stadium is great for any England fan. This is where David Platt scored his memorable Italia 90 goal against Belgium, and as a fan of Italian football, I can see why it might be a bit big for BFC these days. However, I think it can really rock on the Curva Andrea Costa. Definitely worth a visit now that the Rossoblu are back in A1.

division. The great stadium is perfect for any England fan, as this is where David Platt scored his memorable Italy 90 goal against Belgium. As a fan of Italian football, I can admit that it can be a bit big for BFC these days, but it can rock in the Curva Andrea Costa. The Rossoblu are back in division A, so this stadium is definitely worth a visit now.

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Stadio Renato Dall?Ara: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022).

The stadium has a total capacity of 50,000. Renato Dall'Ara Stadium was built in the mid 1920s and officially opened on the 29 May 1927 with a friendly between the national teams of Italy and Spain (2-0). The stadium has a total capacity of 50,000.

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