Rome Olympic Stadium


The Rome Olympic Stadium was built in 1953, in a large sports center situated in the north of the city.

The arena usually welcomes the Lazio football club (SS Lazio). This mythical lair can host more than 72 000 spectators. The impressive architecture and the stadium history contribute to the renown of this surprising arena. The curved grandstands accentuate the mass effect in the stadium which allows to enjoy of a fabulous atmosphere for each major events reception.



By public transportation: Tramway, Bus, Subway


- Line A : Anagnina - Battistini

Stop : Flaminio, Plaza del Popolo

There are no metro stations close to the stadium ; it is rather easy to reach by tram.

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- Line 2 : Piazzale Flaminio - Piazza Mancini  

Stop : Piazza Mancini

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BUS :   

- Ligne 32 : Risorgimento – Stazione Saxa Rubra

Stop : Boselli

- Line 280 : Partigiani - Mancini

Stop : De Bosis / Stadio Tennis

- Line 628 : Baronio – Volpi / Farnesina

Stops : Lgt M.Llo Diaz/De Bosis, Boselli

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By car

Road access : from G.R.A (Rome Ringroad), take exit N towards Flaminia and follow the signs to Foro Italico.

Warning : difficult traffic conditions on event days ; please anticipate your visit. 


Practical information

Adress : Via Foro Italico, 00194 Rome, Italy

Number of seats : 72 700

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