Stadio della Roma
|Category||Design awaiting implementation|
|Cost||€ 400 mln|
|Construction||2017 - 2020|
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: 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...
Rome: New election deadly for AS Roma stadium?
Heated debate regarding the planned Stadio della Roma is ongoing in Rome. New council member for planning calls it a “massacre” and promises to use “all measures” to stop it.
Rome: Stadio della Roma dossier filed
Altogether it’s 50,000 pages and 3,500 technical drawings that cover both the stadium and vast commercial precinct around it. But when will municipal and regional authorities give their approval?
Rome: AS Roma file their stadium bid to CONI
The Italian Olympic Committee will now look at the full documentation of AS Roma’s new stadium. If greenlighted, Italy’s largest mixed used stadium project will go forward.
Rome: "Give me approval, we'll find money tomorrow”
AS Roma hosted a true celebration yesterday as the club presented their updated Tor di Valle stadium scheme. The ceremony was only a secondary event to the submission of full dossier to the Rome Commune.
Rome: Final design by the end of May
Rome mayor assured the final documentation for AS Roma new stadium will be submitted by the club in April or May. “Pallotta hasn’t told me the exact day,” Marino admitted to Tele Radio Stereo.
Rome: Roma’s groundbreaking in late 2015?
American owner of AS Roma is optimistic to see the first shovel in late 2015. While that’s a year behind schedule, James Pallotta is satisfied.
Rome: AS Roma fans to get the Christmas gift they need
Promising news came from the city hall yesterday. Councilman Fabrizio Panecaldo assured the new stadium for AS Roma should receive green light by the end of Christmas festivities.
Rome: Significant delay for AS Roma stadium?
As if the humiliating 1-7 defeat wasn’t enough, AS Roma suffered one more blow this week. City planning officials failed to approve planning permission to allow the new stadium groundbreaking.
Rome: Roma a step closer to the new stadium
AS Roma reached a crucial agreement with Rome mayor. Ignazio Marino greenlighted the development, though it’s not the end of Roma’s road towards groundbreaking. Opening in 2017?
Rome: AS Roma reveals new details of the future stadium
We’ve now learned the exact capacity, surrounding infrastructure scheme and the complete budget. And the latter is immense, altogether said to be €611 million. Report by ForzaItalianFootball.com.
Rome: AS Roma hopes to sell naming rights
Vice-champions of Italy confirmed today their cooperation with CAA Sports. The company is expected to commercialise the new stadium, still in the planning phase.
New design: AS Roma's own coliseum
A modern rendition of the Coliseum, of traditional Roman piazzas and and the atmosphere of Curva Sud. Joined by maximised revenue streams and green technologies, the new AS Roma stadium should live up to all expectations.