Stadio Artemio Franchi, Firenze
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Florence: Fiorentina to reconsider relocation
After critical decision from the ministry of heritage, Fiorentina announced the intention to abandon Stadio Artemio Franchi. But mayor stepped in with €200 million in public funds and both sides are talking again.
Florence: Fiorentina asks how much can be demolished
There's already a plan for the new stadium of Viola but it needs to be in line with new legislation.Green light is required from Rome in order for reconstruction of Stadio Artemio Franchi to move forward.
Florence: Details on ne stadium from Viola to come soon?
After months of waiting it seems we're getting closer to a final decision. So says the mayor of Florence, who wouldn't mind a redevelopment of nearby athletics stadium, as long as the proposal is sensible.
Italy: Will Serie A get an infrastructural fund?
Talks between the league and CVC Capital Partners could lead to additional resources being available for stadium redevelopment projects. The transaction could be worth €2.2 billion.
Florence: Relocation or revitalisation?
Fiorentina has confirmed it would not participate in the tender for Mercafir grounds. The club has now been confirmed to be in contact with on more town outside of Florence. But local architects plea for Viola to remain at renovated Artemio Franchi.
Florence: Fiorentina looking for land outside the city
Tender for the long-desired Mercafir plot is now open but Fiorentina argue conditions make it prohibitive. Thus the new plan: looking around Florence to find cheaper suitable piece of land.
Florence: A step forward for Fiorentina’s stadium plans
As reported by an Italian newspaper La Repubblica, Florence municipals agreed to sell the area for possible construction of Fiorentina’s new stadium. The mayor of the city, Dario Nardella anticipates, that the stadium could be ready in 48 months.
Florence: What’s new with Fiorentina’s stadium plans?
According to Rocco Commisso, ACF Fiorentina owner, the construction of the new stadium is not the only possibility considered by the club. Renovation of Stadio Artemio Franchi could be an alternative.
Florence: Viola still working, Mercafir impatient
While Fiorentina has 5 more months to deliver complete project paperwork, the trade center standing in the place of potential stadium needs renovation before it's demolished.
Florence: Fiorentina again ask for more time
The project isn't finalised, funding structure isn't secured yet and the deadline was to end in 10 days. That's why Fiorentine asked for the second prolongation of the deadline.
Florence: Fiorentina ownership shakes up stadium plans
Sudden announcement that Fiorentina is for sale sparked controversy and begs the question: what about the owners' stadium plan? It might be off the table.
New design: “Purple Renaissance” of Fiorentina
Finally, after 6 years of waiting we know the design of Fiorentina’s new stadium. It might put “Viola” on top of Serie A in terms of how connected fans will be. But it’s a magnificent stadium either way you look.
Florence: Fiorentina submit design, but don’t reveal it
We were hoping for renderings, but have to wait a bit longer. Still, the 40,000-seat stadium for Fiorentina is now officially under analysis of municipal planning committee.
Florence: Fiorentina to start construction in 2019
We should see the final concept within just 2 weeks, but actual construction works won’t begin until 2019. First, the wholesale food market Mercafir needs to be moved.
Euro Qualifiers: England, Poland and Germany on top
Perhaps surprisingly, the three most-supported national teams during Euro 2016 qualifiers were England, Poland and Germany. In that order! Italy and Spain left well behind, while Austria strived.
Florence: “By February or March, Fiorentina will present the final project”
Mayor of Florence released a promising announcement for Fiorentina supporters. Current Serie A leaders may begin work on their new stadium next year.
10+ Ranking 2015: Attendances in Europe (Part 2. The Clubs)
Borussia, Barca and Man United – lovely dominant trio. But it wasn’t them who gained most fans last season. Check all 217 clubs that draw an average crowd of 10,000+!
10+ Ranking 2015: Attendances in Europe (Part 1. The Leagues)
Numbers don’t lie: French Ligue 1 outgrew Italian Serie A as Europe’s fourth largest league. Premier League seems unlikely to catch up to Bundesliga, while Turkey, Ukraine and Scotland are down.
Florence: Fiorentina closer to new stadium
Fiorentina and the city council look set to enter final negotiations over the construction of a new stadium. Municipal requirements have been met by the club’s project.