Report: Roma’s new stadium project unveiled

Andy Mattioli

The plan for Roma’s new stadium project has been unveiled in the latest report by La Repubblica as the Italian newspaper detailed the various technical and financial aspects that the long-awaited project will entail for the capital club.

According to the report, the total cost for the stadium and the whole infrastructure will amount to a total of €582 million, with construction set to take place in Pietralata area of the Italian capital with 2027 as the desired end date.

The Friedkins will cover roughly €150 million. The costs of the stadium itself will total €336 million, containing almost 62,000 seats. The additional fees will cover the remaining infrastructure.

Roma will have the rights to the stadium for at least 90 years.

As reported by La Repubblica, the impressive plan will also include a children’s playground, an open air amphitheater, and a sports complex for tennis, padel, basketball and futsal.

To accommodate the public, the Giallorossi are planning a multitude of parking spaces, with additional links to the public metro with stations Triburtina and Quintiliani in the vicinity.

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