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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 ...
Oct 28, 2016 · Stadio San Paolo is the largest sports facility in the city of Naples. For seven years, from 1984-1991, one of the greatest soccer players of the twentieth century, Diego Maradona, was seen on the playing field of El Pibe de Oro. San Paolo Stadium is located in the Fuorigrotta neighborhood, in the western and most populous part of the city of Napoli. Since 1959 it has hosted the home matches ...
May 06, 2015 · At the stadium, you’ll find Blu Point Sport (Mon-Sat 9.30am-1.30pm, 4pm-8pm) at via Giambattista Marino 15A; and the 1926 Napoli Shop (Mon-Sat 10am-1pm, 4pm-8pm) at piazza D’Annunzio 32. Kiosk bars dot piazzale Tecchio, the most convivial the terrace Caffe Cumana by Mostra station.
A New Temple for Napoli Fans has Opened With minor construction delays just finished before the deadline of 14 September 2019, for the clash between S.S.C. Napoli and Sampdoria, Napoli came out as champions in their new revitalised Stadio San Paolo. This stadium is in the western suburb of Fuorigrotta in Naples, Italy.
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Sep 04, 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