Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Address: Viale dei Gladiatori, 00135 Rome
Capacity: 72,698

Useful Ticket Information

Your ticket may reference the following phrases:
• ‘Settore’ – Sector/Entrance
• ‘Fila’ - Row
• ‘Posto’ – Seat

Please note your seat number may also show a letter before it. ‘S’ means left of the aisle and ‘D’ means right of the aisle, when facing away from the pitch.

Ground Rules
In line with usual stadium rules and regulations, the following items are considered as prohibited within the stadium: knives, sharp objects, large umbrellas, fireworks, large flagpoles/selfie sticks, beverages in tin cans, glass or plastic bottles, video cameras. Please note this is not an exhaustive list and any item deemed to pose a threat to the safety of the event will be removed by stadium staff at their discretion.

Travel to the stadium

Match Day Travel Cards
Match day travel cards permit travel on metro, trams, buses and overground trains within Rome and are valid for match day only. Remember to validate your match day travel card before travelling. Any non-validated cards may incur a fine. If your travel card doesn’t work, please make your way to the nearest ATAC ticket office or metro station, where ATAC staff can check the card and replace it free of charge if necessary. Remember to keep your travel card safe during the match for your return journey. Try to keep your travel card away from mobile phones or magnetic cases that may demagnetise the card.

By Bus

Take bus 32 just north of Vatican City at metro stop Ottaviano. Take the bus in the direction of Tor di Quinto and get off at stop De Bosis/Stadio Tennis.

Bus 280 can be caught from the Castel Sant’Angelo or metro Lepanto. Take the bus in the direction of Mancini and get off at stop De Bosis/Stadio Tennis.

By Metro

Take metro line A from Termini Station in the direction of Battisini and disembark at Flaminio Station. Then, take either the tram or a 40-minute walk to the stadium.

By Tram

Take the number 2 tram from Flaminio Station in the direction of Mancini, and disembark at Mancini Station. Turn left onto Lungotevere Flaminio and cross the river onto Lungotevere Maresciallo Cardona, before turning onto Viale dei Gladiatori.

On foot

The stadium is four miles from the centre of Rome and walking there will take approximately one hour and 30 minutes. From Flaminio Station, follow the crowd on approximately a 40-minute walk on Via Flaminia in the direction of Mancini, and cross the River Tiber. The stadium is then a short distance ahead.