Stadio Renato Dall’Ara
|144 (Press seats)|
|Clubs||Bologna FC 1909|
|Address||Via Andrea Costa 174, 40134 Bologna|
Bologna: Awaiting for final approval of stadium
It is getting closer, but still far from the start. The project in Bologna is undergoing a tedious bureaucratic procedure that may end at the beginning of the fourth quarter of this year.
Bologna: Dall'Ara reconstruction coming closer
The city of Bologna gave its blessing for further preparation to completely redevelop Stadio Dall'Ara. The road is still long but progress on the project is much welcome!
Italy: Bologna with crucial stadium partnership
Over a year after the official presentation, Bologna FC have recently secured an agreement with Credito Sportivo. The deal should organise financing of the club's ambitious two-stadium scheme.
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.
New design: Nuovo Dall'Ara – history & future
They've been working on this project since at least 2016, yet official presentation only took place on Friday. With initial agreement with the city of Bologna in place, let's hope this spectacular redevelopment kicks off soon!
Italy: What’s Bologna FC up to?
There have already been so many concepts of Stadio Renato dall’Ara’s reconstruction, it’s hard to keep track. Why should this be any different? Well, this time they’re going forward.
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Bologna: New owner assures of stadium plans
Having finalized the takeover of Bologna FC, Canadian Joe Tacopina confirms building a new stadium is one of his strategy’s key elements. Details should be known as the season ends.
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.