The tragedy of Italian football. The Serie A completely missed the boat of new stadium development of the last two decades and is mostly left with bare concrete bowls. There is some light at the horizon though, most prominently in the form of the new Juventus Stadium, but movement is painfully slow. Of course, some of the older stadiums are absolute classics and when the tifosi are in full voice, attending a Serie A match is quite the experience.

CityClubStadiumCap.
BergamoAtalantaStadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia26,562
BolognaBolognaStadio Renato Dall'Ara38,279
CagliariCagliariStadio Sant'Elia23,486
CrotoneCrotoneStadio Ezio Scida9,631
EmpoliEmpoliStadio Carlo Castellani20,000
FlorenceFiorentinaStadio Artemio Franchi47,282
GenovaGenoa
Sampdoria
Stadio Luigi Ferraris36,599
MilanInter
Milan
San Siro80,018
NaplesNapoliStadio San Paolo60,240
PalermoPalermoStadio Renzo Barbera36,349
PescaraPescaraStadio Adriatico20,476
Reggio EmiliaSassuoloMAPEI Stadium - Citta del Tricolore20,084
RomeLazio
Roma
Stadio Olimpico72,698
TurinJuventusJuventus Stadium41,000
TurinTorinoStadio Olimpico di Torino25,300
UdineUdineseStadio Friuli25,000
VeronaChievo VeronaStadio Marcantonio Bentegodi39,221

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