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How do I get to Stadio Olimpico?
Stadio Olimpico is located within the Foro Italico sports complex, north of the city of Rome.
If you have a car, you can instead take the Fiumicino-Rome motorway to the G.R.A (Rome's ring road) and follow the instructions listed in the ”By car” section;
If you have a car, you can instead take Via Appia Nuova to reach the G.R.A (Rome's ring road) towards Flaminia, take the exit n.5 (Flaminia). Follow the indications for the stadium (Foro Italico) and follow the instructions listed in the ”By car”section;
The parking areas surrounding the Stadio Olimpico are reserved for pass holders.
We advise you to park your car in a more distant point, these are some of the recommended areas:
People with disabilities in possession of a regular permit and with a season ticket/ticket for the Tribuna Tevere Disabili (only with the NON-WALKABLE PERSON WITH DISABILITY + CHAPERONE tariff), can park at the Stadio dei Marmi (via Nigra). The number of permits is limited and will be available subject to availability.
For all other types of disabilities, parking is provided, while spaces are available, in Viale Alberto Blanc. To access you must be in possession of a season ticket/ticket (only with the PERSON WITH DISABILITY + CHAPERONE fare) and the relevant disabled parking coupon.
Stadio Olimpico regulations
The entrance and permanence, for any reason, inside the stadium is governed by the “Rules and Regulations”; The purchase of a ticket by any individual entails the acceptance of the below mentioned regulations.
Roma fans' code of conduct
Using the Code of Conduct, which is integrated with the Stadio Olimpico Regulation on Use, the Club intends to share with its supporters and all other participants, including opponents’ fans the ethical and behavioral principles to which primary value.
Request form for the authorization of banners and/or choreographies
AS Roma informs that in order to place a banner, access with megaphone, with a drum or to perform a choreography at the Olympic Stadium, it is necessary to be in possession of an authorization from the AS Roma Company and approved by the GOS. This authorization must be requested at the email address email@example.com , within 7 working days prior to the event. The request must be accompanied by the user data and a copy of the following document (Italian only).
To find out how to get to the Stadio Olimpico visit our website https://www.asroma.com/stadium
Fans are able to reach the Stadio Olimpico using scooter or car sharing services. Alternatively, go to https://viaggiacon.atac.roma.it/ to find out how to get to the stadium by public transport.
It is strongly recommended that fans enter the stadium at the time indicated on their ticket in order to avoid overcrowding.
In order to enter the stadium you need a valid match ticket and a valid identity document. There is no need to print digital tickets.
To check the code of conduct and access rules visit the following link: https://www.asroma.com/en/stadium/rules.
Luggage is not permitted in the Stadio Olimpico.
Power banks are not permitted in the Stadio Olimpico.
E-cigarettes are not permitted in the Stadio Olimpico.
Lighters are not permitted in the Stadio Olimpico.
Helmets are not permitted in the Stadio Olimpico.
Yes, such keys are permitted in the Stadio Olimpico.
There is nowhere to leave luggage in the Stadio Olimpico.
Only non-professional cameras are permitted.
Pushchairs are not permitted in the Stadio Olimpico.
Yes. Umbrellas are permitted in the Stadio Olimpico but they must not have a pointed end.
Crutches are permitted in the Stadio Olimpico as long as the user presents a medical certificate.
Food items such as sandwiches and pizza are permitted but drinks in bottles or other containers are not.
For information on the tour of the Stadio Olimpico visit the following website: https://www.sportesalute.eu/en/stadio-olimpico-tour.html.
Yes. There is a Roma Store inside the Foro Italico sports complex.
There are spaces marked with white stripes (free) and blue stripes (paid) around the Foro Italico.