Stadio della Roma

Complete Tor di Valle dossier submitted

Representatives from Stadio della Roma and Eurnova formally submitted the complete documentation of the Tor di Valle project to Rome City Hall and to Lazio Region on May 30. 

The dossier, submitted in paper and electronic format, includes over 3,500 technical project drawings and more than 50,000 pages of detailed reports.

The complete dossier draws on the combined work and expertise of over 500 leading industry specialists, including engineers, architects and special advisors belonging to more than 50 national and internationally regarded companies.  

“This is a very important day for Stadio della Roma and the Tor di Valle project. For the football club, for the fans, for the city and for the country, this is a project that will deliver a significant economic and social impact. An incredible amount of work has gone into finalising the dossier and we now look forward to moving a step closer to building a stadium of which Rome can be proud.”

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A world class venue

A new state-of-the-art, world-class 52,500 seat venue, Stadio della Roma is being custom-designed to create an outstanding game day experience for fans.

The new stadium’s sightlines and proximity to the pitch are designed to deliver the most vivid and action-packed fan experience in all of world football. Every seat will offer unparalleled views of the action. 

Stadio della Roma will proudly represent the city of Rome – a glorious mix of past, present and future in design and materials.

The architecture of the new stadium pays tribute to Rome’s rich history, while embracing the internationally-acclaimed modern and innovative Italian design aesthetic.

Stadio della Roma will serve as an anchor for a larger new privately owned and managed mixed-use development. This entertainment district will become an active seven-day a week hub for dining, entertainment, work - including a new conference centre - hospitality and sport. It will transform the way Romans weave sports and entertainment into their daily lives.

More than a stadium

Stadio della Roma is located southwest of the city, on the site of Rome’s former standard bred Hippodrome in the Tor di Valle district.

The Tor di Valle project – which includes a business park - has been designated by the Comune di Roma as a project of public interest for the city of Rome and its citizens, projected to contribute considerable private investment and many permanent jobs.

It is conveniently situated at the intersection of the GRA (ring road around the city) and the highway to Fiumicino International Airport.

Stadio della Roma is well positioned to be a destination for Fiumicino travelers and employees, which is set to undergo a massive expansion in the near future.

Upwards of €10B over 30 years is considered to be invested into the airport.

Inspired by the Colosseum

The 52,500 seat Stadio della Roma will be amongst the world's most state-of-the-art football stadiums. With a focus on both intimacy and ‘home pitch advantage’, the design integrates one of international football's most tightly organised seating bowls with world-class amenities and technology to rival the best new stadiums in all of professional sports.

Intended to evoke one of Rome's most beloved and iconic landmarks, the Colosseum, the design incorporates an ultra-modern, steel and glass stadium, wrapped in a stone ‘scrim’. This scrim, a floating stone screen that envelops the stadium is a dynamic contemporary interpretation of the stone arches of the famous arena. A translucent glass and Teflon coated fabric canopy protects the entire seating bowl from the elements.

This modern colosseum will anchor a 365-day-a-year destination of shops, restaurants and bars, including a Roma Superstore and an interactive AS Roma Hall of Fame.

Situated just north of the stadium will be a state-of-the-art training and wellness facility dedicated to AS Roma's first team training. In addition to two full-size and one half-size training pitches, the centre will employ the latest and most sophisticated training technology and equipment.

Working together as a cohesive and synergistic sports and entertainment complex, Stadio della Roma will take its place as Rome's newest iconic destination and a dynamic new home to the world's most passionate football fans.

Technology and innovation

Through partnerships with local, national and international technology providers, the stadium will be a showcase for innovation. Featuring stadium-wide HD WiFi capability and mobile connectivity, Roma fans won’t miss a minute of the action.

Roma Village

Roma Village will offer a compelling range of entertainment and dining venues, situated around a new, modern interpretation of Rome’s famous Spanish Steps.

Visitors will have the ability to experience the history and heritage of the club in a modern social setting, seven days a week.

The Roma Village experience starts with a gateway past the new Roma Superstore. Inside, fans can enjoy the AS Roma Hall of Fame & Museum, which will celebrate the history and heritage of one of the world’s most storied clubs. 

A new training complex

A state-of-the-art football training facility will sit adjacent to the new stadium, where Roma’s first team will train on a year-round basis.

This ‘Peak Performance Centre’ will be created with input from the coaching and technical staff, team captain Francesco Totti, Daniele De Rossi and the club’s most experienced players.

Roma’s first team players, coaches, and technical and medical staff will be based in this world-class training compound. The centre will include multiple pitches, technologically superior conditioning, training and rehabilitation facilities, locker rooms, a dining hall and a multi-screen theatre to review game footage. This new training centre is being designed with the highest standards to ensure that the team prepares in optimal conditions to achieve peak performance.

A destination for entertainment

Stadio della Roma will offer a variety of venues for music and entertainment, including a 2,500-seat Spanish Steps area and a 14,000-seat amphitheater within the stadium and large music tours can be hosted within the stadium itself.

Follow Stadio della Roma on social

A new Stadio della Roma website will be launched later in 2016 but until then, all of the latest developments with the project will be published on asroma.com and across the official SDR YouTube, Twitter and Instagram accounts.