Stadio Olimpico


Italy v England


Stadio Olimpico, Sun February 14 at 15:00

(Friday 12, Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 February) Italy will relish their chance to shine on home turf on Valentine’s Day but it will also be a great chance for England to gain some valuable points away from home. Book now to see England face Italy and enjoy a three night break in your chosen hotel, inclusive of official match tickets and an invitation to our exclusive Meet the Coaches event the night before the match. This exclusive evening with Stuart Lancaster’s coaching team provides fans with a behind the scenes look into England’s RBS 6 Nations campaign.

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    Guaranteed official Italy v England - RBS 6 Nations - Official Match Ticket

    Ticket included.

  • Holiday Inn Express Manchester Room

    Star Hotel Metropole

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  • Flights

    Return flights are included as part of this package

  • Meet The Coaches

    An exclusive evening with the coaches, the night before the match

  • Dedicated Team

    Support from our experienced, friendly and welcoming staff

  • Legend in attendance

    at each of England’s away games in the 2016 RBS 6 Nations Championship

  • Return Matchday Travel

    Return matchday travel.

  • Return Airport Transfers

    Return airport transfers upon arrival at your destination


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Stadio Olimpico

Construction of Italy's most famous stadium began in 1928. Designed to be the centrepiece of Italy's growing sports culture, the work was unfortunately delayed due to World War II, and the stadium was not completed until 1953. The opening of the stadium was marked with a match between Hungary and Italy which was attended by a massive 100,000 strong crowd!

Since 1953, the stadium has gone through numerous changes and re-developments. In 1960 the Olympics came to Italy, and Stadio Olimpico served as the nation’s venue for numerous Olympic events. To suit the needs of the tournament, the stadium was redeveloped to be all seated, resulting in a smaller capacity of 53,000. Its next main refurbishment did not take place until the 1980s, when the stadium was chosen to host the 1990 World Cup. In order to modernise the venue, the stadium was almost totally rebuilt. A roof was constructed and stands were moved closer to the pitch in order to increase capacity by over 20,000 to 74,000 seats.

Stadio Olimpico is best known as a football venue and is home to Italian clubs Lazio and Roma. However, it is also often used by the Italian National Rugby Union Team, and has hosted numerous rugby matches throughout its history including Italy vs France and Italy vs Ireland during the 2013 Six Nations, in which Italy was victorious.

Key facts

The Stadio Olimpico is the main and largest sports facility of Rome, Italy. It is located within the Foro Italico sports complex, north of the city.

Getting there...

Viale dello Stadio Olimpico, Roma, Italy