You can find on this page the Italy stadiums map to print and to download in PDF. The Italy main stadiums map presents informations, teams and competitions of Italy in Europe.
While the Serie A is still one of the world leading football leagues, the stadiums are far from it. Having missed the wave of new stadium developments in the 1990s and 2000s (see Italy stadiums map), Italy is left with old bare crumbling concrete structures, failing to get new developments off the ground despite the excellent example of Juventus Stadium.

Italy stadiums map

Maps of Italy stadiums

The Italy stadiums map shows all main stadiums of Italy. This stadiums map of Italy will allow you to know stadiums locations and list of teams stadiums in Italy in Europe. The Italy stadiums map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

From the newly revamped Juventus Stadium to the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, to the fortress that is the San Siro in Milan, these are some of the most significant stadiums in the football-crazed nation of Italy as its shown in Italy stadiums map. One of the newer stadiums, the Juventus Stadium broke ground in 2011 after the team spent 19 years playing at the maligned Stadio delle Alpi. Opened in 1911 and renovated in 1990 for the World Cup, Stadio Luigi Ferraris aka Marassi — named after the neighborhood in which it is located — seats 36,600 and plays home to both Genoa C.F.C. and U.C. Sampdoria.

Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, commonly known as the San Siro, is the biggest stadium in the Serie A as its mentioned in Italy stadiums map. While it serves as the home field for both Inter and AC Milan, it sparingly enjoys a sellout with just half of the 80,000 available seats filled on average. The home of Lazio, the 72,698 capacity stadium is the second largest in Serie A after getting rebuilt in 1990 in preparation for the World Cup. Home to the Udinese football club, Stadio Friuli opened in 1976 to a capacity of 41,652 but downsized to 25,144 in 2016 with a reconstruction that erased the track and moved the stands closer to the field.

Next to beautiful Mount Pellegrino in Palermo resides the Stadio Renzo Barbera Palermo. The stadium opened in 1932 before going through a restructuring for the 1990 World Cup that trimmed its capacity down to 36,349 seats. Built in 1931, the Stadio Artemio Franchi is a stadium product of the Fascist era in Italy. The home stadium for FC Bari, the Saint Nicholas Stadium holds 58,270 seats and is a behemoth of a stadium. A small but fan-friendly stadium with 22,000 seats, Parma is one of the Italian stadiums that eschews the track for a more intimate experience. Located in Trieste as you can see in Italy stadiums map, the Stadio Nereo opened in 1992 two years following the World Cup.