Gewiss Stadium (Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia)
|332 (VIP seats)|
|116 (Press seats)|
|Clubs||Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio, Albinoleffe UC|
|Inauguration||01/11/1928 (Atalanta Bergamo - Triestina Calcio)|
|Address||Viale Giulio Cesare 18, 24100 Bergamo|
Description: Gewiss Stadium
The ground was built in 1928, receiving the name of Mario Brumana, a Fascist hero. Two opening ceremonies took place. First there was a football game on November 1st, then an official ceremony including numerous officials on December 23rd. At that time the ground had two stands alongside the pitch, each with elegant facades that exist to this day. West stand was covered while the opposite one had no roof. together they could accommodate up to 12,000 people.
After Fascism ended name was changed to Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia, but ironically it was the athletics track that was removed in the course of redevelopments that also saw the east stand receive a roof and the ground have floodlight masts mounted. However the venue is still elliptical as uncovered curves behind goals were built when the track was still in place.
Italy: Atalanta bracing for September
Reconstruction of the east stand is progressing in express pace, while the club also decided to quickly renovate the south curve for next edition of Champions League. As of yesterday all of the stadium budget, €40 million, is secured.
Italy: Second phase begins in Bergamo as roof of the first stand leaks
Powerful storm over Bergamo revealed insufficiencies within the new curva nord, where huge leaks were revealed. Atalanta reassure that it's a minor glitch and the club move forward with second phase of their project.
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.
Italy: Coronavirus and the reconstruction in Bergamo
For obvious reasons work at Gewiss Stadium in Bergamo has been put on hold, much like most activities in the northern Italian city. But what does the future hold for reconstruction efforts by Atalanta?
Italy: Atalanta's 10-goal success
Their new north stand should have been ready yesterday but instead was delivered nearly a month earlier. This way over 9,000 more supporters were able to watch the team score 10 goals in just 2 games!
Bergamo: Atalanta's fight against time
In early May it was all about demolition, now the first steps of new north end are in place. By the end of September the new stand should be ready and enable Atalanta's start in Champions League.
Italy: Atalanta begins reconstruction tomorrow
Tonight supporters have the very last chance to bid farewell to their belowed Curva Nord at Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia. From April 30 demolition will begin in order for a brand new stadium to be ready in 2021.
New design: Mix of history and modernity in Bergamo
It's a unique form of modern and monument-protected stadium architecture meeting. Two new stands, two old ones. Entirely different apprearance but still a successful combination.
Bergamo: Atalanta officially buy the stadium
The Comune di Bergamo has officially announced that Atalanta have bought Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia. Within 6 months we should see the concrete plan of redevelopment.
Italy: Atalanta selected to own their stadium
The Serie A club was selected as preferred bidder for the purchase of Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia. In return they are now obliged to reconstruct it entirely, leaving only the historical part.
Italy: Atalanta’s new stadium in 2020?
With capacity of 22,000-23,000 covered seats, new football-specific stadium in Bergamo is expected to come before the 2020/21 season. It’s price could reach €30 million.
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Italy: Police allowed to use tasers inside stadiums
The controversial stun-gun accounted for hundreds of deaths will now be allowed for use against violent hooligans inside Italian stadiums. This is only one of many changes after the tragedy from May.
Bergamo: „Project drawn up, we will take initiative”
Atalanta president assures the city that his club will redevelop the stadium without public support. But first they need to get hold of a 99-year lease from the municipality.
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