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Stadio G. Sinigaglia: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

It originally seated approximately 25,000 spectators. The stadium, named after General Gherardo Sinigaglia, was built by Benito Mussolini at the behest of the Italian people in 1927. The stadium originally had a capacity of 25,000 spectators.

Stadio G Sinigaglia

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Saturday, 02.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

It seated over 80,000 people. The Stadio G. Sinigaglia stadium was built in 1927 by the orders of Benito Mussolini at the behest of the Italian government. The stadium officially opened on July 30, 1927 and it seated over 80,000 people. The cycling track around the pitch was a unique feature of this stadium. In 2002, a new tubular stand was built behind the goal.

During Como's last Serie A season, the capacity was reduced from 18,000 to 13,600. The official capacity for the league is 8,028 seats.

How to get to Stadio G. Sinigaglia

The Stadio G. Sinigaglia is located on the shores of Lake Como on the western edge of Como's city centre. It is a short walk from any city centre location. One can also take a bus or a taxi to Como S. Giovanni. The station is open from 6:00am to 10:00pm (latest departure at 9:00pm). Como has two major railway stations - Como S. Giovanni, located west of the city centre, and Como Lago, located on the eastern side of the city. Both stations are within easy walking distance of the stadium. Regional and long-distance trains stop at both stations and take about 40 minutes to arrive. You can also take a bus or taxi to either station. The stations are open from 6:00am to 10:00pm (latest departure at 9:00pm).

The Lago station lies on the other side of the city centre, close to the stadium but also only a short walk away from the mainline rail stations. It is served by regional commuter trains from Milan Cardona railway station. The journey takes about an hour.

Como Tickets

You can buy tickets online through Vivaticket, or at the club office at the stadium. Tickets for the game can be bought at the stadium on the day before it starts.

Tickets vary in price from $9 for a seat behind the goal to $28 for a seat at the main stand.

Photos of Stadio G. Sinigaglia

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Useful Internet links

Comofootball.com - Official website of Como 1907.

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Stadio G. Sinigaglia: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022).

It originally seated approximately 25,000 spectators. The stadium, named after General Gherardo Sinigaglia, was built by Benito Mussolini at the behest of the Italian people in 1927. The stadium originally had a capacity of 25,000 spectators.

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