Stadio della Roma
|Cost||€ 400 mln|
Description: Stadio della Roma
In March 2014 AS Roma presented the long-awaited new stadium concept. As expected, the vision is inspired by the Coliseum, represented in a modern façade, lightweight despite being partly stone-clad.
The seating layout offers three tiers for fans, allowing to hold 52,500 people with potential to increase to 60,218, should demand grow enough. The stands don’t form closed rings as the southern end, Curva Sud, is detached from others. It’s expected to draw up to 13,600 most vibrant fans. Meanwhile the west and east sides will host 50 skyboxes.
The entire stadium will be topped by a light membrane roof with panoramic giant screen. The scheme foresaw groundbreaking in 2014, while construction should last more than 24 months. This soon proved untrue, was then changed to late 2015, then 2016 and eventually 2017.
Rome: Upcoming elections to affect AS Roma's stadium plans
Giallorossi are determined to move out of Stadio Olimpico and erect its own facility elsewhere. Perhaps the breakthrough will come after elections in October.
Rome: Stadio della Roma dead after 9 years
The political and bureaucratic deadlock lasted so long that the stadium project of AS Roma became unsustainable. The club unanimously decided to abandon the Tor di Valle project.
Rome: AS Roma’s problems with location of new stadium
The chances of building a new AS Roma stadium in Tor di Valle are decreasing. It turned out that the legal status of the land in that location is not fully clarified. Club owner Dan Friedkin looks more and more favourably towards Stadio Flaminio, the venue where the Romans played in the 1989/90 season.
Rome: Can it be true? Roma stadium just a vote away
This project has been ongoing for 8 years now and not one brick has been laid. But perhaps now, finally, after so many hurdles, AS Roma will be allowed to start construction in Tor di Valle.
Rome: Roma stadium slightly more expensive
The largest Roman sports and commerce centre will surely cost more than €1 billion now. But the slight nudge in price shouldn't be a problem. More importantly, review of all proceedings to date delivered very satisfying results.
Rome: “Construction times? […] close to the Colosseum”
AS Roma owner James Pallotta chose to joke about the constructiom time of their stadium being similar to that of the Colosseum. Actually no, the stadium will likely take longer...
Rome: New arrests cast shadow on AS Roma stadium
The case still has nothing to do with AS Roma directly and yet fears that the new stadium is jeopardy seem genuine. Further high-profile officials were arrested or are suspected of corruption with the stadium in the background.
Rome: 'Stadio si fa', mayor confirms green light
Long-awaited report confirms there will be mobility challenges for Rome but the stadium is beneficial. That's why today Rome mayor Virginia Raggi assured construction will start within a year.
Rome: Scandal may sink AS Roma stadium
If you thought the long-awaited Roma stadium is finally going to happen within months, think again. 9 high profile arrests connected to this project shook the political stage earlier today.
Rome: AS Roma stadium approved at last!
AS Roma’s dream of a new home in the Italian capital moved a step closer to reality on Tuesday night, after the four main governing bodies involved in the decision approved the club’s plans to build Stadio della Roma.
Rome: Roma delivers missing documents to push stadium forward
The football club met all deadlines indicated by officials, providing them with all additional documentation required by the Conference of Services. Will this be enough for the project to move forward?
Rome: AS Roma construction no sooner than 2018
In case anyone had hopes for first sod going into the ground this year, it's not happening. The new AS Roma stadium will see groundbreaking in 2018. Delivery is planned for the 2020/21 season, when AS Roma hope to win the domestic championship.
Rome: Another challenge to AS Roma plans
As opponents remain active, a new legal challenge has been launched against the AS Roma stadium in Tor di Valle. This time regarding potential illicit enrichment of the private investors.
Rome: Stadio della Roma approved “in public interest”
Roma's new stadium has been ruled in the public interest on Wednesday, with 28 votes in favour and 9 against. This means planning can progress.
Rome: Lazio remind Rome of their stadium plan
Agreement between AS Roma and the city of Rome seemed to strike a nerve at Lazio. Their stadium design was also planned on a floodplain, but never received an approval…
Rome: Hard to believe, agreement for Roma!
“It’s a historic day”, say AS Roma and Rome mayor in unison. And agreeing on anything is not their thing. Now it seems Italy’s next best stadium will finally happen!
Rome: AS Roma’s stadium still deadlocked
In four weeks we should finally know whether Italy’s next best stadium will get built. Decision has been delayed yet again, unofficially to give Roma a chance to downsize the project.
Rome: Roma hope for construction in 2017-2020
This time it’s actually a matter of just “a couple months”, Roma CEO assures. Except it’s been two years since construction was to begin…
Rome: Turbulent week for Roma’s stadium
It began with extremely positive analysis of the impact Stadio della Roma might have on Rome’s economy. It ends with “Il Tempo” suggesting the project might be dead. What a week in Rome…
Rome: AEG to manage Roma’s new stadium
AEG to oversee Stadium’s pre-opening activities and provide full management, programming and operational services...