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Italy: Here’s Cagliari’s temporary stadium in more detail
From the 2017/18 season onwards Cagliari Calcio will be playing at their… parking site. This is where temporary facilities will be set up within the next several months.
Italy: Cagliari again with support for new stadium
Once more the Cagliari city council gave their go-ahead to new stadium plan of Cagliari Calcio. If work begins soon, the building will be ready in 2019.
Italy: Cagliari will build a stadium before… building a stadium
Yes, Cagliari Calcio will build two stadiums. One temporary, only for the duration of the second one’s construction works. Both projects are now approved.
Italy: Cagliari stadium again closer to fruition
After the city council’s approval, now Sardinia’s Regional Council also greenlighted the proposed 21,000-seater in Cagliari. Some paperwork still needed, but construction tender getting close.
Italy: Cagliari’s new stadium with (almost) unanimous approval
Cagliari councilors gave no opposition whatsoever to the planned 21,000-capacity stadium. Now the Italian football club and Polish architects have some work to do before construction starts.
New design: Finally a replacement for the Sardinian monster?
Stadio Sant’Elia has been extremely impractical for football, resulting in some elements being dismantled recently. Now a scheme envisages complete reconstruction into a football arena.
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.
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.
Italy: New stadium and ownership change at Cagliari?
News agency ANSA informs that the troubled Sardinian club may change owners. However, American investors need to make sure they can build a new stadium first.
Italy: Cagliari return to Cagliari, finally!
It is now official that Cagliari-Catania will be played at the Stadio Sant’Elia on Saturday afternoon. Safety certificate is in place and the club may return after over a year of exile and scandals. A Football-Italia.net report.
Italy: Cagliari to return to Is Arenas?
Cagliari’s Stadio Is Arenas has been granted permission to be modified this summer and the club could return to the venue for next season, forzaitalianfootball.com informs. This seems to be the homeless club’s only hope for a stadium of their own in 2013/14 campaign.
Italy: Cagliari leave another stadium behind
And are homeless for the time being. The club announced dropping Stadio Is Arenas after having used it for barely a year. It’s not clear where they will find a safe haven with two best options dropped.
Italy: Cagliari stadium result of embezzlement? Major figures arrested
In a morning raid of police forces mayor and president of Cagliari Calcio were arrested along with public works manager of the city of Quartu Sant’Elia. They were supposed to illegally finance the new stadium of Cagliari from public funds.
Italy: Cagliari with new stadium false-start
They already experienced trouble in late August with their new ground not being prepared for home games. Now Cagliari allowed their fans inside the ground despite negative opinions from local authorities. Game was called off and AS Roma given a walkover.
Italy: Cagliari without a stadium three days before first game
They left their old venue, but cannot move to the new one just yet. What now? Possibly a move of up to 1,000km (!) or playing in front of empty stands. None of those can be called a desired option, Eurosport reports.