Napoli’s San Paolo Stadium was inaugurated in 1959. It is the third largest in Italy, after Milan’s Meazza Stadium and Rome’s Olimpico. It was remodelled for the 1980 European Championship and again for the World Cup hosted by Italy in 1990.
San Paolo Stadium is located in the Fuorigrotta neighbourhood, Napoli City. This stadium is the major sports centre in the city, with an 8-lane track, three sports gyms, a boxing gym, a fitness gym and a wrestling and martial arts gym,
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How to get there
Bus: Lines 615, 180, 502, 580, 618, 680, C33, N6, R6, N7, 181, 681, N1, 507, 607, C1, N2.
Train: Lines Cumana (Fuorigrotta), MET (Stazione Napoli Piazza Leopardi).
SSC Napoli was founded in 1926, and among their biggest rivals we can find great teams, such as Juventus and AC Milan. We can also find other teams, such as Hellas Verona. The club’s full name is Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli, but they are commonly known simply as Napoli or Naples.
In over 80 years of history, Napoli has won 2 Serie A championships, 5 Italian Cups, 2 Italian Super Cup and 1 UEFA Cup.
Napoli is famous for being the club in which Maradona played in the 80’s, the most renowned player at the time, and the fans remember him fondly.
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