Stadio San Paolo | Football Stadium

As the third-biggest football stadium of Italy, Stadio San Paolo is located in the western suburb of Fuorigrotta in Naples, Italy. Some qualifications of the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome have been hold at the Stadio San Paolo. At the present moment, it is taken as a football stadium for some significant football competitions, also the home football stadium for Napoli. The football stadium was built from 1959. After the inauguration of the Stadio San Paolo, an extensive refurbishment scheme was implemented in 1989 for the successful holding of the 1990 World Cup.

It is simply for the holding of the 1990 World Cup semi-final that the football stadium has becoming a famous and world-class around all over the world. In addition, the football stadium has hold the Euro 2008 Qualifier vs Lithuania in 2006 and some significant sports events, in which many great achievements have been created at the football stadium. Then the stadium was renamed after Diego Maradona for the sake of the Argentine legend.

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