Stadio San Paolo (1963–2020) Location: Naples, Campania, Italy: Owner: Comune di Napoli: Executive suites: 20: Capacity: 54,726 (all-seater) Record attendance: 90,736 (Napoli vs. Juventus, 15 December 1974) Field size: 110 m × 68 m (361 ft × 223 ft) Surface: Grass: Construction; Broke ground: 1948: Built: 1948–1959: Opened: 6 December ...
- Carlo Cocchia, Luigi Corradi
- Comune di Napoli
Club: SSC Napoli | Opening: 1959 | Capacity: 60,240 seats. History and description. Stadio San Paolo was built to provide Napoli with a permanent home after their old home Stadio Partenopeo had been destroyed in the Second World War by air raids.
Sep 4, 2021 · Stadio San Paolo home of Napoli is the third largest football stadium in Italy with a capacity of 60,240 after the San Siro and the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. The ground is famous for hosting the 1990 world cup semi final between Italy and Argentina where Napoli legend Diego Maradona scored the winning penalty for his country. Napoli Stadium Guide
- Piazzale Vincenzo Tecchio, Napoli, Campania, 80125
Apr 27, 2021 · Napoli have renamed the Stadio San Paolo after Diego Maradona. Photograph: Francesco Pecoraro/Getty Images Guardian Sport Network Serie A The names that grace Italian football stadiums:...
San Paolo Stadium, with its 60,240 seats, is the third in Italy in terms of capacity after the Meazza in Milan and the Stadio Olimpico in Rome and just ahead of the Franchi in Florence and Juventus Stadium in Turin. Napoli is fourth in Italy for number of fans, only behind Juventus, Inter and Milan.
SHOW ALL QUESTIONS Stadio Diego Armando Maradona (formerly known as Stadio San Paolo) is a stadium in the western Fuorigrotta suburb of Naples, Italy. It is the fourth largest football stadium in Italy, after Milan 's San Siro, Rome 's Stadio Olimpico and Bari 's San Nicola.