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The mostly all-white shorts are embroidered with the symbolic Italy national badge on the right leg of shorts. On the opposite position, the logo of Puma are stitched in royal blue. The only exception of the shorts are golden trims on both sides of the all-white shorts.
The San Siro is located in the San Siro district of Milan, Italy, with a capacity of 80,018. As the home football stadium of A.C. Milan and Inter Milan, it was constructed at a large sum of money. In 1925, the construction of the project has been put into practice in Milan, Italy, being originally named as Nuovo Stadio Calcistico San Siro. At the very beginning, the football stadium was designed to the standards of a private stadium, without tracks for athletics as other football stadiums. In 1980, it was named after Giuseppe Meazza, a renowned football players around the world. In addition to be taken as the home ground of A.C. Milan and Inter Milan, the football stadium has also been taken as a host for Italian national football team occasionally.
Four significant football matches have been hold at the famous football stadium, including the 1965, 1970, 2001 and 2016 UEFA Champions League finals. For reaching the level of UEFA category four standard, the stadium has been renovated for $60 million.
As the main and biggest football stadium of Rome, Italy, the Stadio Olimpico was originally named as the Stadio dei Cipressi. Under the direction of a famous engineer Angelo Frisa, the construction work has been put into practice in 1927. It was completed successfully finally in 1932. For the breaking out of the Second World War, the project has been interrupted for several years.
In 1960, the stadium has been taken as a football stadium for opening and closing ceremonies of that years’ Summer Olympics. Some seats at ground level has been demolished for the real capacity of 65,000 spectators. For the successful holding of the 1990 FIFA World Cup, the football stadium has experienced an extensive refurbishment. The original construction has been amended several times for real needs, leading to the rise of costs.
In 2017, a comprehensive restyling scheme was implemented to consistent with the UEFA standards. Compared with previous football stadium, the dressing rooms and press rooms have been fixed and improved.
As a home football stadium of Hellas Verona and ChievoVerona of Serie A, Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi is located in Verona, Italy. Equipped with some cutting-edge facilities, it is widely regarded as the best football stadium of Italy. Due to the 1990 FIFA World Cup, the football stadium has been refurbished in many aspects, including extra seats, roofs covered all sections and many access to the stadium. An advanced environmentally friendly photovoltaic system has been mounted on the top of this world-class football stadium, commissioning until the end of November 2009.
In recent year, there are two parts of archival fans of the city, for the rising of Chievo on the Serie A stage. Every part of football fan is loyal to corresponding football team. In addition to conventional football competitions, the famous multi-purpose stadium could also be taken as a place for some other large activities, such as concerts and solo concerts. The Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi is regarded one of the best football stadium for its accessibility and advanced infrastructure.