Stadio San Paolo, Napoli

Stadio San Paolo, Napoli

Napoli, Italy

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The Stadio San Paolo is a football stadium in Naples, Italy.  It is the third-largest stadium in Italy, after the San Siro and the Stadio Olimpico. It was originally built in 1959 and currently holds 60,240 spectators. The stadium is the home of Serie A club Napoli and has been host to some memorable matches over the years.

Trivia

  • In 1990, Stadio San Paolo hosted the World Cup semi-final between Argentina and Italy which saw Diego Maradona score one of the most famous goals in history.

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Key facts

Opened
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🔢 Capacity
60,240
🍀 Playing surface
grass
🚩 Distance from city centre
📄 Other names for this stadium

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