Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia

Key facts

Clubs: Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio and UC AlbinoLeffe | Opening: 1928 | Capacity: 26,562

History and description

Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia officially opened on the 23rd of December 1928 with a match between Atalanta and Triestina. It originally went by the name of Stadio Mario Brumana and could hold 12,000 spectators.

Over the years, Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia got gradually expanded with the addition of both curves and a roof over the main stand. The stadium initially had a running track circling the pitch, but makeshift stands have been placed over it.

The stadium has also been the home of Serie B club UC AlbinoLeffe since it promoted to Serie B in 2003 and their traditional home in nearby Albino could not meet league standards.

Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia has aged significantly over the years and lacks many comforts of present-day stadiums. For the last decade, Atalanta has therefore investigated several options to build a new modern stadium on the outskirts of the city, however none have materialised in anything concrete and studies are ongoing.

Getting there

Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia is located north-west of central Bergamo, about 2 kilometres from Bergamo’s old town (up the hill), and about the same from Bergamo’s more modern central areas down the hill. It is slightly more than 2 kilometres from Bergamo’s rail station, which has frequent train service to and from Milan.

The walk form both the old and new town, as well as the rail station, takes no more than 30 minutes.

Alternatively, one can catch bus 6 (direction S. Colombane) or 9 (direction Bruntino –Sorisole) from the rail station (Porta Nueva), and bus 3 from the old town (direction Ostello).

If arriving by car from the A4 (Autostrada Milano-Brescia), take exit Bergamo and turn onto the circonvallazione ring road in the direction of Valli di Bergamo. Keep following for about 5 kilometres until you see the signs Stadio pointing towards the correct exit. Turn left on top of the exit and follow until you see the stadium on your right.

Address: Piazzale Goisis 7, Bergamo

Tickets

Tickets for Atalanta games can be bought online via Listicket, at the Credito Bergamasco bank branches, at the ticket windows of Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia, at the OrioCenter at Bergamo Airport, at Club Amici Atalanta at the Via Novelli 2 (near the rail station), or at any of the Lottomatica pre-sale points.

Tickets can also be bought on the gate from about three hours before the start of the match. Atalanta very rarely sells out.

Ticket prices typically range from €14.00 for a seat at one of the curves to €120.00 for a central seat at the main stand. Tickets for the opposite side tend to go for between €20.00 and €34.00.

For more information email biglietteria@atalanta.it.

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Relevant Internet links

Atalanta.it – Official website of Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio.
Albinoleffe.com – Official website of UC AlbionLeffe.
Visit.bergamo.com – Official portal for Bergamo tourism.
Atb.bergamo.it – Bergamo public transport information.

   Reviews (1)

  1. The Stadium Guide says:

    We received the following feedback from Giorgio Pin:
    - Buying through Listicket was not possible as they required a club membership number.
    - The Credito Bergamasco branch closest to the stadium did not sell tickets, but the one near the railway station did.
    - The ticket windows of the stadium also seemed to be selling tickets before the start of the match.
    - Despite the website of Atalanta recommending parking at the cemetery south of the stadium (app. 2 km away), there seemed to sufficient parking closer to the stadium.
    - The covered stand opposite the main stand seemed to be best value for money.

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