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The Stadio Flaminio
Stadio Flaminio
is a stadium in Rome. It lies along the Via Flaminia, three kilometres northwest of the city centre, 300 metres away from the Parco di Villa Glori. The interior spaces include a covered swimming pool, rooms for fencing, amateur wrestling, weightlifting, boxing and gymnastics.

Contents

1 History 2 Events 3 Rugby 4 Football 5 References

History[edit] Pier Luigi Nervi
Pier Luigi Nervi
designed the Flaminio Stadium with his son, the architect Antonio Nervi, between 1957 and 1958. The structure was built for the XVII Olympic Games in Rome
Rome
(1960) and inaugurated in 1959. The Stadio Flaminio
Stadio Flaminio
was built on the site of the previous Stadio Nazionale PNF. It was mostly devoted to football matches and served as the venue for the football final in the 1960 Summer Olympics.[1] This stadium is a remarkable example of different ways to use concrete : in situ castings, prefabricated elements, undulating slabs of ferrocement.[2] The Flaminio Stadium is a unique work that offers a highly original union between form and structure and between architecture and engineering. It testifies to a special and internationally recognised period for Italian architectural culture, characterised by a highly fertile relationship between different disciplines. The project also frames a unique moment in the work of Pier Luigi Nervi, unanimously recognised as the most ingenious Italian engineer and a pioneer of the study and use of reinforced concrete. Abandoned for years, the stadium is now in an advanced state of decay. This degeneration can be traced back to three principal causes: improper interventions that failed to respect the characteristics of the original structure, widespread deterioration caused by years of neglect and the physiological aging of materials and plant systems. In July 2017, with the cooperation of the Municipality of Rome, Sapienza University, Pier Luigi Nervi
Pier Luigi Nervi
Project Association and DO.CO.MO.MO. Italy
Italy
received a grant from the Getty Foundation and its Keeping if Modern program to prepare a conservation plan for the Stadio Flaminio.[3] Events[edit] Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson
performed two sell-out concerts on 23 and 24 May 1988 during his Bad World Tour. Each concert was attended by a crowd of 35,000 fans. Police and security guards rescued hundreds of fans from being crushed in the crowd. Jackson also performed another sell-out concert on 4 July 1992 during the Dangerous World Tour, in front of 35,000 fans. Rugby[edit] It was the home of Italy rugby union national team
Italy rugby union national team
for Six Nations tournament home matches from Italy's entry in the competition in 2000 until 2011. The Italian Rugby Federation
Italian Rugby Federation
(FIR) announced, in January 2010, that the stadium would undergo an expansion, that will increase its capacity to 42,000, before the 2012 Six Nations Championship.[4] A failure to progress these plans has been cited as the reason for moving Italy's home Six Nations games from 2012.[5] With a capacity of 32,000 (8,000 covered), it was the smallest of the Six Nations stadiums. It is no longer considered big enough for the Italian national team and there were frequent reports[4] that the national team would move to Genoa
Genoa
or to the Stadio Olimpico
Stadio Olimpico
di Roma. This change was confirmed with the Italian Rugby Federation
Italian Rugby Federation
(FIR) becoming upset at broken promises of renovations. It was initially reported that the FIR would move Six Nations matches to Stadio Artemio Franchi in Florence.[5] However, when the city finally began the promised renovations, FIR announced that it would instead keep its Six Nations home fixtures in Rome
Rome
at Stadio Olimpico,[6] and that it would return to the Flaminio once the project is completed.[7] The stadium was originally slated to become the home of Praetorians Roma, a newly formed team that would be one of Italy's two representatives in the Celtic League.[8] However, it was later decided that Benetton Treviso would replace Praetorians.[9] Football[edit] In 1989–90 season both Roma and Lazio played at Stadio Flaminio during the renovations of Stadio Olimpico.[10] Stadio Flaminio
Stadio Flaminio
was also the home of Atletico Roma F.C., an association football club who played in Lega Pro Prima Divisione, but were dissolved in 2011. References[edit]

^ 1960 Summer Olympics
1960 Summer Olympics
official report. Volume 1. pp. 58, 60. ^ The Flaminio Stadium by Pier Luigi and Antonio Nervi in Rome: an interdisciplinary conservation plan Pier Luigi Nervi
Pier Luigi Nervi
Research and Knowledge Management Project, July 2017 ^ Keeping It Modern: 2017 Grants Awarded Getty Foundation, July 2017 ^ a b " Stadio Flaminio
Stadio Flaminio
set for re-vamp". Scrum.com. 30 January 2010. Retrieved 21 August 2010.  ^ a b " Italy
Italy
to move Six Nations games from Rome
Rome
to Florence". BBC Sport. 1 April 2011. Retrieved 2 April 2011.  ^ "RBS 6 Nazioni, allo Stadio Olimpico
Stadio Olimpico
l'Edizione 2012" (Press release) (in Italian). Italian Rugby Federation. 13 July 2011. Retrieved 10 August 2011.  ^ Sportsbeat (14 July 2011). " Italy
Italy
switch stadium to Stadio Olimpico". RBS 6 Nations. Archived from the original on 13 September 2011. Retrieved 6 September 2011.  ^ "Italians pick Celtic League teams". BBC Sport. 18 July 2009. Retrieved 18 July 2009.  ^ "Il Veneto in Celtic League, Roma fuori" (in Italian). Rugby Veneto. 2 September 2009. Retrieved 6 September 2009.  ^ http://www.stadiodi.it/flaminio-roma/

Preceded by Melbourne
Melbourne
Cricket Ground Melbourne Summer Olympics Football Men's Finals (Stadio Flaminio) 1960 Succeeded by National Stadium Tokyo

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Six Nations Championship

Teams

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Stadia

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Seasons

Home

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Head-to-head records

England

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France

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Ireland

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Italy

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Scotland

England France Ireland Italy Wales

Wales

England France Ireland Italy Scotland

Honours

Auld Alliance Trophy Triple Crown Grand Slam Calcutta Cup Centenary Quaich Giuseppe Garibaldi Trophy Millennium Trophy Wooden Spoon

Championship records Hat-tricks Under 20s Championship Women's Championship

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Football in Italy

Overview

National association League system List of clubs List of clubs by honours won List of venues Records Scudetto Cadetti Capocannoniere

International

Italy B team C team Olympic team Under-21 Under-20 Under-19 Under-18 Under-17 Under-16 Under-15 Italy
Italy
women

Leagues

Lega Serie A Lega Serie B Serie C Lega Nazionale Dilettanti Lega Calcio

defunct

League competitions

Serie A

Prima Divisione

defunct

Divisione Nazionale

defunct

Serie B Serie C

Lega Pro Prima Divisione

defunct

Lega Pro Seconda Divisione

defunct

Serie D Eccellenza Promozione Prima Categoria Seconda Categoria Terza Categoria

Cup competitions

Coppa Italia Supercoppa Italiana Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
Serie C Supercoppa di Serie C

Supercoppa di Lega di Seconda Divisione

defunct

Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
Serie D Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
Dilettanti

Youth competitions

Leagues

Campionato Primavera 1 Campionato Primavera 2 Campionato Nazionale Dante Berretti Campionato Juniores Nazionali Campionato Nazionale Primavera
Campionato Nazionale Primavera
(defunct)

Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
Primavera Supercoppa Primavera Torneo di Viareggio

Women's competitions

Serie A Coppa Italia Supercoppa Italiana

Awards

Gran Galà del Calcio AIC Italian Football Hall of Fame

Miscellaneous

Totonero 1980 Totonero 1986 Italian Law 91/1981, Article 18B financial doping scandals Caso Genoa 2006 Italian football scandal 2011–12 Italian football scandal 2015 Italian football scandal Article 52 of N.O.I.F. Serie A
Serie A
players Foreign Serie A
Serie A
players Foreign Serie B
Serie B
players

Seasons

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Rugby union in Italy

Federazione Italiana Rugby (FIR)

National teams

Women's

Italy 7's

Men's

Italy Emerging 7's U-20 U-18

League competitions

Men's

Pro14 Excellence Serie A Serie B Serie C

Cup competitions

Men's

European Rugby Champions Cup European Rugby Challenge Cup European Rugby Continental Shield Excellence Trophy

Related articles

World Cup Six Nations International players Trofeo Garibaldi 1995–97 FIRA Trophy Aironi
Aironi
(disbanded) Zebre Dogi (disbanded) Lupi (disbanded)

Clubs Players Coaches Referees Venues

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Venues of the 1960 Summer Olympics

Acqua Santa Golf Club Course Arch of Constantine Basilica of Maxentius Baths of Caracalla Campo Tre Fontane Cesano Infantry School Range Florence
Florence
Communal Stadium Grosseto Communal Stadium Gulf of Naples L'Aquila Communal Stadium Lake Albano Lazio Pigeon Shooting Stand Livorno Ardenza Stadium Naples Saint Paul's Stadium Olympic Velodrome Palazzo dei Congressi Palazzo dello Sport Palazzetto dello sport Passo Corese Pescara Adriatic Stadium Piazza di Siena Piscina delle Rose Pratoni del Vivaro Raccordo Anulare Stadio dei Marmi Stadio Flaminio Stadio Olimpico Stadio Olimpico
Stadio Olimpico
del Nuoto Umberto I Shooting Range Via Appia Antica Via Cassia Via Flaminia Via Cristoforo Colombo Via di Grottarossa

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Olympic venues in association football

1900 Vélodrome de Vincennes 1904 Francis Field 1908 White City Stadium 1912 Råsunda IP, Stockholm Olympic Stadium
Stockholm Olympic Stadium
(final), Tranebergs Idrottsplats 1920 Jules Ottenstadion, Olympisch Stadion (final), Stade Joseph Marien, Stadion Broodstraat 1924 Stade Bergeyre, Stade de Colombes (final), Stade de Paris, Stade Pershing 1928 Monnikenhuize, Olympic Stadium (final), Sparta Stadion Het Kasteel 1936 Hertha-BSC Field, Mommsenstadion, Olympiastadion (final), Poststadion 1948 Arsenal Stadium, Champion Hill, Craven Cottage, Empire Stadium (medal matches), Fratton Park, Goldstone Ground, Green Pond Road, Griffin Park, Lynn Road, Selhurst Park, White Hart Lane 1952 Helsinki Football Grounds, Kotka, Lahti, Olympic Stadium (final), Tampere, Turku 1956 Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne Cricket Ground
(final), Olympic Park Stadium 1960 Florence
Florence
Communal Stadium, Grosseto Communal Stadium, L'Aquila Communal Stadium, Livorno Ardenza Stadium, Naples Saint Paul's Stadium, Pescara Adriatic Stadium, Stadio Flaminio
Stadio Flaminio
(final) 1964 Komazawa Olympic Park Stadium, Mitsuzawa Football Field, Nagai Stadium, Tokyo National Stadium (final), Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium, Ōmiya Football Field, Prince Chichibu Memorial Football Field 1968 Estadio Azteca
Estadio Azteca
(final), Estadio Cuauhtémoc, Estadio Nou Camp, Jalisco Stadium 1972 Dreiflüssestadion, ESV-Stadion, Jahnstadion, Olympiastadion (final), Rosenaustadion, Urban Stadium 1976 Lansdowne Park, Olympic Stadium (final), Sherbrooke Stadium, Varsity Stadium 1980 Dinamo Stadium, Dynamo Central Stadium, Grand Arena, Grand Arena (final), Kirov Stadium, Republican Stadium 1984 Harvard Stadium, Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Rose Bowl (final), Stanford Stadium 1988 Busan Stadium, Daegu Stadium, Daejeon Stadium, Dongdaemun Stadium, Olympic Stadium (final) 1992 Estadi de la Nova Creu Alta, Camp Nou
Camp Nou
(final), Estadio Luís Casanova, La Romareda, Sarrià Stadium 1996 Florida Citrus Bowl, Legion Field, Orange Bowl, RFK Memorial Stadium, Sanford Stadium
Sanford Stadium
(both finals) 2000 Stadium Australia, Brisbane Cricket Ground, Bruce Stadium, Hindmarsh Stadium, Melbourne
Melbourne
Cricket Ground, Olympic Stadium (men's final), Sydney Football Stadium
Sydney Football Stadium
(women's final) 2004 Kaftanzoglio Stadium, Karaiskakis Stadium
Karaiskakis Stadium
(women's final), Olympic Stadium (men's final), Pampeloponnisiako Stadium, Pankritio Stadium, Panthessaliko Stadium 2008 Beijing National Stadium
Beijing National Stadium
(men's final), Qinhuangdao Olympic Sports Center Stadium, Shanghai Stadium, Shenyang Olympic Sports Center Stadium, Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium, Workers' Stadium
Workers' Stadium
(women's final) 2012 City of Coventry Stadium, Hampden Park, Millennium Stadium, St James' Park, Old Trafford, Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium
(both finals) 2016 Estádio Nacional de Brasília, Arena Fonte Nova, Mineirão, Arena Corinthians, Arena da Amazônia, Estádio Olímpico João Havelange, Maracanã (both finals) 2020 International Stadium Yokohama, Kashima Soccer Stadium, Miyagi Stadium, National Stadium, Saitama Stadium, Sapporo Dome, Tokyo Stadium 2024 Parc des Princes
Parc des Princes
(both finals), Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Stade de la Beaujoire, Stade de Nice, Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Stade Matmut Atlantique, Stadium Municipal, Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Stade Vélodrome 2028 Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park, Banc of California Stadium, Rose Bowl, Levi's Stadium, Avaya Stadium, Stanford Stadium, California Memorial Stadium

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Società Sportiva Lazio

Players Managers Honours Records and Statistics Reserves and Academy In Europe Current season

History

History of S.S. Lazio Seasons

Home stadium

Stadio Nazionale PNF Stadio Olimpico

Training ground

Centro sportivo di Formello

Rivalries

Derby della Capitale

Supporters

S.S. Lazio
S.S. Lazio
fans

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Associazione Sportiva Roma

General

Overview Primavera Seasons Europe Players (more than 100 caps) Players (25-99 caps) Managers Presidents Statistics Hall of Fame

History

History Roman Alba-Audace Fortitudo

Stadia

Campo Testaccio Stadio Nazionale PNF Stadio Flaminio Stadio Olimpico Stadio della Roma

Rivalries

Derby della Capitale Derby del Sole

Other

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