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Roma drop plans for new stadium

Roma drop plans for new stadium

Tuesday 2nd March 2021

Roma have dropped their plans to build a new stadium in the Tor di Valle area of the city.

The plans were initially announced back in 2012 and included building a new 52,500 seater capacity stadium approximately 10 miles away from the Stadio Olimpico. The overall cost of the project was estimated at around £500m, but has never got off the ground.

The club was bought by US Billionaire Dan Friedkin last year, throwing the plans into doubt. The club are committed to looking for a new home, but plans to build at Tor Di Valle have now been scrapped.


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