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  1. S.S.C. Napoli (1959–present) Italy national football team (selected matches) Stadio Diego Armando Maradona, formerly known as Stadio San Paolo, [1] [2] is a stadium in the western Fuorigrotta suburb of Naples, Italy. It is the fourth largest football stadium in Italy, [3] after Milan 's San Siro, Rome 's Stadio Olimpico and Bari 's San Nicola.

    • Carlo Cocchia, Luigi Corradi
    • Comune di Napoli
    • 1948–1959
  2. Stadio San Paolo officially opened on the 6th of December 1959 with a match between Napoli and Juventus (2-1). It was initially completely uncovered and could hold about 87,500 spectators, mostly standing. The stadium was modernised for the European Championships in 1980, during which it hosted three first round group matches and the match for ...

  3. History of the Stadium. Napoli’s Diego Armando Maradona (ex San Paolo) Stadium, inaugurated in 1959, is the third largest in Italy, after Milan’s Meazza Stadium and Rome’s Olimpico. Situated in the Fuorigrotta neighbourhood, it measures 110 by 68 meters. It was remodelled for the 1980 European Championship and again for the World Cup ...

  4. Lo Stadio Diego Armando Maradona (ex Stadio San Paolo) di Napoli, inaugurato nel 1959, è il terzo in Italia per capacità dopo il Meazza di Milano e l'Olimpico di Roma. Il campo misura 110 metri per 68 e sorge nel quartiere di Fuorigrotta. Lo stadio è stato ristrutturato in occasione dei Campionati europei del 1980 e poi in occasione dei ...

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