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Post by S on Wed Mar 26, 2014 12:50 pm

http://stadiodellaroma.com/

Roma have unveiled plans for a new stadium that they hope to build in time for the 2016-17 season.

It has been revealed that the Stadio della Roma will hold 52,000 fans, with the potential to extend to 60,000, and built on the site of the former Hippodrome in the Tor di Valle area.

President James Palotta admitted it will be a “modern 52,000-seater with state of the art technology” that will “strike fear into our opponents.”

Architect Dan Meis meanwhile insisted that he wanted to recreate one of the city’s most iconic landmarks with the new ground.

“With the Stadio della Roma we want to reproduce the glory and the power of the Colosseum.

“We want to develop a stadium where the fans are close to the playing field, unlike at the Stadio Olimpico

“We've designed a stadium specifically for football that evokes the city's most symbolic monument, the Colosseum.”

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Post by iftikhar on Wed Mar 26, 2014 1:14 pm

Their present stadium (Olympic Stadium) has a capacity of 80K. Doesn't make sense in investing money for a smaller one. Also, Don't you suppose 52K is rather small for Roma. I thought they would be gunning for 70-80K capacity.
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Post by S on Wed Mar 26, 2014 1:21 pm

@iftikhar wrote:Their present stadium (Olympic Stadium) has a capacity of 80K. Doesn't make sense in investing money for a smaller one. Also, Don't you suppose 52K is rather small for Roma. I thought they would be gunning for 70-80K capacity.

And they barely fill that stadium.Their average attendance in the last few years have been around 45K,so i believe they've gone on with this capacity taking attendance into account.Juventus did the same thing.

Anyways the stadium can be expanded to 60K so its a pretty shrewd move from them in this regard.
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Post by Arquitescu on Wed Mar 26, 2014 1:24 pm

@S wrote:
@iftikhar wrote:Their present stadium (Olympic Stadium) has a capacity of 80K. Doesn't make sense in investing money for a smaller one. Also, Don't you suppose 52K is rather small for Roma. I thought they would be gunning for 70-80K capacity.

And they barely fill that stadium.Their average attendance in the last few years have been around 45K,so i believe they've gone on with this capacity taking attendance into account.Juventus did the same thing.

Anyways the stadium can be expanded to 60K so its a pretty shrewd move from them in this regard.

Like the Juventus stadium, architecturally both stadiums are built to accommodate and expand up to 20k more with the correct investment and resource allocation. Modern stadia are always built to accommodate the expected attendance, yet with a blueprint to expand without sacrificing the stadium integrity like they've done with Old Trafford. Don Bass Arena and Allianz have a similar set-up.

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Post by iftikhar on Wed Mar 26, 2014 1:26 pm

@S wrote:
@iftikhar wrote:Their present stadium (Olympic Stadium) has a capacity of 80K. Doesn't make sense in investing money for a smaller one. Also, Don't you suppose 52K is rather small for Roma. I thought they would be gunning for 70-80K capacity.

And they barely fill that stadium.Their average attendance in the last few years have been around 45K,so i believe they've gone on with this capacity taking attendance into account.Juventus did the same thing.

Anyways the stadium can be expanded to 60K so its a pretty shrewd move from them in this regard.

Thanks S. I thought they can draw much larger crowd. Now that you tell me, I do remember seeing half-empty stands on regular basis.
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Post by S on Wed Mar 26, 2014 2:12 pm

-When will construction begin on the Stadium?
Construction is scheduled to begin in the third quarter of 2014.

- When will the Stadium open?
Stadio della Roma is scheduled to open for the 2016-17 Serie A season.

- Will this be a “green” Stadium?
Stadio della Roma will be the first truly sustainable major sports venue in Europe that incorporates a carbon neutral footprint, maximum recycling capabilities and state-of-the-art renewable energy and conservation programs.

- Where is Tor di Valle?
The Stadium is being build on the grounds of Rome’s former standard bred Hippodrome, southwest of the city. It is conveniently located at the intersection of the GRA (ring road around the city) and the highway to Fiumicino International Airport.

- How will the new Stadium impact the Italian economy?
AS Roma is working directly with the Comune di Roma to ensure that the Stadium, Roma Village and the Entertainment District deliver a level of investment and include a mix of use that supports future social and economic development in the surrounding areas. We are working closely with with the Mayor Ignazio Marino, the City of Rome and local institutions, to help create thousands of good paying jobs for area residents.

- What is being done to improve transportation to the area?
Special attention is being paid to enhancing both public and private vehicle transportation to and from the new Stadium site and the surrounding entertainment district. We are doing extensive consumer research and working with the Comune di Roma to prepare a comprehensive infrastructure plan to support ample access and parking for cars and motorcycles, along with bike paths and potential ferry shuttles.

- What are the ticket prices in the new Stadium?
Stadio della Roma & AS Roma surveyed over 65,000 fans leading up to the announcement of the stadium. The feedback the fans provided is the basis for how we are determining our pricing strategy for our premium areas as well as for all of the ticketing options the Stadio della Roma will provide. We will announce our pricing plan within the coming months and we strongly encourage season ticket holders to renew their tickets for 14/15 season so that they maintain their priority in the sales process as we begin selling seats in the new stadium in the fall of 2014. For those who are not season ticket holders please sign up for the Stadio della Roma wait list so that you secure your place in history.

- If I’m already a season ticketholder, what do I have to do to secure a seat in the new Stadium?
The season ticket holders for AS Roma have been the energy behind every major accomplishment in team history. As we move into our new state of the art stadium our commitment is to engage and service the needs of these fans at the beginning of the sales process so that their energy drives us to new heights at Stadio Della Roma. Renewing your season tickets for the 2014-2015 season at Stadio Olimpico automatically gains you the highest priority towards purchasing seats in Stadio Della Roma. A sales professional and a service representative will be assigned to your account in the early fall of 2014. These individuals on behalf of the stadium and team will actively communicate to you the simple and enjoyable process AS Roma and Stadio Della Roma have created to provide you the opportunity to purchase seats in the new stadium. All season ticket holders will be invited to visit with their sales professional in our world class sales center where they will have the ability to get a behind the scenes look at the unique aspects of Stadio Della Roma and to evaluate and decide upon the seating options within the stadium.

- Will there be WiFi in the Stadium?
The new Stadium will be a showcase for innovation – with Stadium-wide WiFi capability and mobile connectivity.

- Will the team train at the new Stadium?
Yes, our “Peak Performance Center” football training facility will sit adjacent to the new Stadium, where our First Team will train on a year-round basis. This state-of-the-art facility will include multiple pitches, technologically superior conditioning, training and rehab centers and is being designed with the highest standards to ensure that the Club prepares in optimal conditions to improve our competitive edge.

- What are the Premium Seating options in the new Stadium
Stadio Della Roma will feature some of the finest premium seating options in world football, including private luxury suites, loge boxes and club seats.

- Will the new Stadium have seating options for disabled fans?
Yes, accessible seating will be available on all levels of the Stadium.

- Will there be a Sales Center that will allow fans to review their options with a member of the AS Roma sales staff?
Yes, AS Roma will be constructing a world class Preview Center in Tor Di Valle that will be open in the summer of 2014. We encourage you to sign up for the waitlist so that you can visit with us early in the process.

- What is the possibility that there are two teams playing in Stadio Della Roma?
Stadio Della Roma is purposely being built for AS Roma and other major events. There are no plans to have multiple teams playing in Stadio Della Roma.

- Will the Stadium be able to host Champions League Finals?
Yes, the Stadium can expand from 52,500 seats to 60,000 so there is amply seating capacity and parking to host such matches. In addition, the wide array of entertainment, retail and dining offerings in the overall development will make Stadio della Roma a highly desirable location for such matches
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Post by BusterLfc on Wed Mar 26, 2014 2:50 pm

Its better for both Lazio and Roma cause they share olimpico and too many matches are played there so after some time grass starts looking like shit
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Post by Eivindo on Wed Mar 26, 2014 4:52 pm

Now the Laziale will put even more pressure on their owners
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Post by M99 on Wed Mar 26, 2014 6:40 pm

The stadium looks great. Roma is heading on a positive direction.

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Post by Don't call me James on Wed Mar 26, 2014 6:43 pm

That design looks beautiful. Great for Roma :bow:

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Post by S on Wed Mar 26, 2014 6:48 pm



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Post by S on Fri Mar 28, 2014 8:59 am

STARWOOD CAPITAL GROUP ENTERS STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP
TO HELP DEVELOP AS ROMA’S NEW STADIUM CAMPUS


GREENWICH, CT – March 26, 2014 – Starwood Capital Group, a leading global private investment firm, announced today that it has entered, through a controlled affiliate, into a strategic partnership with AS Roma SPV, LLC, the majority shareholder of the AS Roma football club.
Through the acquisition of a minority stake in the club, Starwood Capital Group will have the ability to become a real estate capital partner in AS Roma’s new stadium and adjacent mixed-use real estate complex in the Tor di Valle development. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
“Rome is one of the most important and exciting cities in the world. This transaction presents an opportunity to partner with AS Roma and its major stakeholders to develop one of the most thrilling real estate projects in Europe today,” said Barry Sternlicht, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Starwood Capital Group. “The site is superb but has been abandoned for some time as the old racetrack. It seems appropriate—and, frankly, wonderful—that as Italy comes out of its prolonged slowdown, we can invest our capital and be part of this redevelopment: a gleaming, new project that will be among the world’s finest stadiums, and which we hope will be a symbol of the bright future of this incredible city, its citizens and its AS Roma fans. We look forward to enhancing our partnership with AS Roma through follow-on transactions in the coming years and participating in the resurgence of the Italian economy.”
The partnership represents a strategic investment by Starwood Capital Group in Italian real estate, with a focus on the Rome mixed-use sector, as this market is beginning to stabilize and recover.
Tor di Valle is a minimum 250,000 square meter master site development housing the new stadium campus of AS Roma and an adjacent retail and entertainment district. The site is strategically located in the southwest of Rome and enjoys excellent access and visibility. It is immediately adjacent to and easily accessible via the A90 auto route midway between Fiumicino International Airport and Rome’s city center, and also enjoys direct access to Rome’s railway system. The project likely will be the largest real estate development in Rome in the coming years.
“We are excited to have such an experienced and strategic real estate investor like Starwood Capital Group onboard,” said James J. Pallotta, President of AS Roma s.p.a. “Starwood Capital Group will add substantial value to our stadium development project, and we welcome their long-term commitment, which will further help establish AS Roma as one of the leading football clubs worldwide.”
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Post by RedOranje on Thu Apr 17, 2014 1:32 am

Not a huge development, but another step closer to work beginning:

'Important step' taken towards expanding Anfield stadium

Liverpool FC chairman Tom Werner believes another “important step” has been taken towards expanding Anfield after a legal agreement was signed with Liverpool City Council and Your Housing Group.

The ‘heads of terms’ document paves the way for the proposed £260million scheme to regenerate the Anfield area.
http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/heads-terms-been-agreed-anfield-6999616

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Post by BeautifulGame on Wed Apr 23, 2014 7:33 pm

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/liverpool-new-stadium-pictures-150m-3447010

Stunning new Anfield plans will be put into action during the summer of 2016.



These are the images that show Liverpool will finally rejoin the English football elite off the pitch as well as on it.

As boss Brendan Rodgers and his team close in on a stunning Premier League title, Liverpool will submit their plans, based on these drawings, in June, and are confident they will complete the first phase of their redevelopment by the summer of 2016, eventually allowing the club to compete financially at the top of the Premier League.

That will raise the capacity of Anfield to 53,000, and a second phase will begin soon after that will raise the number of seats to around 60,000 - and place Liverpool behind only Manchester United in terms of match-day revenues.



Bird's eye view: What Anfield will look like from the air



Match day buzz: An artist's impression of the new Anfield on a match day

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Post by Don't call me James on Thu Apr 24, 2014 12:36 am

You know we've been waiting for this for a very very long time. Ever since Houllier was with us I remember talks about Anfield redevelopment and/or new stadium across Stanley Park. Finally we've got official confirmation. The clubs is truly on the rise to compete on and off the field with the rest of the European giants. 60,000 capacity and I'm sure we'll fill it every time. YNWA.

And love those pics. It doesn't look like a space ship so I'm thankful for that. Keeps our traditions and the vintage look to it. The Liverpool way cheers

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Post by RedOranje on Thu Apr 24, 2014 1:38 am

There's still a bit to get done before it is officially ready to go, though.

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Post by RedOranje on Wed Jun 04, 2014 10:41 pm

LFC submit stadium planning application
4th Jun 2014 - Latest News

Liverpool Football Club has today submitted its planning application to redevelop Anfield stadium.


The submission of the application follows a major public consultation in which the overwhelming majority of local residents, businesses and fans backed the proposals.

The document submitted to Liverpool City Council today applies for detailed planning consent to expand the Main Stand and outline consent for the expansion of its Anfield Road stand.

The application is expected to be considered by the city's planning committee later this year.  

If consent is granted, the proposals would see the capacity of a new Main Stand rise by 8,500, taking it to nearly 21,000 and overall Anfield capacity to around 54,000. The outline proposals for the Anfield Road stand provide for an increase in its capacity of around 4,800 seats, taking the total stadium capacity to 58,800.

Incorporating the iconic club crest into the proposed Main Stand's exterior elevation, the scheme would also include a two-storey podium and a carefully designed cloister which would become the new home for the Hillsborough Memorial.

The Main Stand would open onto a wide public space which has been designed to link the stadium and park while creating an area which is relevant and usable to the local community, particularly on non-matchdays.

Author: @LFC

http://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/latest-news/164295-lfc-submit-stadium-planning-application

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Post by McLewis on Fri Sep 19, 2014 1:43 pm

Roma’s new 52,500 capacity stadium is set to be an iconic symbol of modern football, with club president James Pallotta telling Goal that the very best provisions available will help to make it a venue to rival any in the world.

The Stadio della Roma on the main route through to the centre of Rome from Fiumicino airport was recently given the go-ahead from the local council after a long consultation process, and Pallotta is thrilled to finally get the all clear.

“We’ve been putting this together for two and a half years. It has been something that we have worked on in the background, and we even presented it in the spring,” Pallotta told Goal.

“We have put hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars into infrastructure. So in terms of traffic concerns, we’re changing the roads there, we’re putting in a pedestrian bridge over the river, we’re spending €50m on the metro station, and it goes on and on and on.

“We’ve got a lot of intelligence in US stadiums, with traffic flows and things that we’ve worked hard on. We had one of the top traffic consultants in the world working on this for the last two years with us also.”

After a lengthy period attempting to locate a suitable site, the Tor di Valle area was chosen at the perfect spot for the multi-million euro venue, and Pallotta insists that no stone has been left unturned in making the arena the best in the business.

“This particular piece of land was the old hippodrome, so it has been used for sports before. This will be a much bigger and more populated facility and it will end up being one of the premier entertainment spots in Europe too, with AEG – which owns the O2 Arena in London – as our partner in the stadium. And there are other partnerships we are putting together,” Pallotta continued.

“So when we did these studies we used the best traffic people in the world, we have used Goldman [Sachs] on the financing side, we have used DLA Piper who are the best in stadium legal work. Across the board, all of our stuff has been done with the best at doing these things. And AEG say it is the most exciting project they have done in a long, long time.”

There has been some concern showed in reports from Italy, with suggestions that the proximity to the River Tiber may be an issue. But Pallotta says that far from it being a negative factor, this could help the club to get even more people through the turnstiles.
“The river is a positive for us, as the Italian government is giving a large amount of money to redo the airport in Rome, and Etihad – which is one of the best airlines in the world – is going to sink billions into it. So the capacity of the airport will go from about 30-odd million to 60 million, and the first stop on the train line which we are fixing up is for our stadium.

“There will be the ring road, the high-speed train line and then there will be a lower-speed local train line. Plus, we’re on the river and one of the things Rome wants to do is actually use that river to get people from the airport to the centre of town because it is deep enough and wide enough to start bringing boats in for transportation across the board, which will be pretty cool too. We’re also building a beautiful 50-acre park alongside the river on top of that.

“It is not going to be easy, but we’re working hard at it.”

And speculation won’t help matters. Reports in the capital have suggested that the stadium will be the property of Pallotta himself rather than the club. But the president insists that is not the case and he has explained as much to local politicians who were confused by the process involved in ridding the club itself of financial liabilities.

“The team owns the stadium in effect; the money flows to it. The issue when you are financing a stadium is that because of the costs of construction, you don’t want to put liability onto a club. No team does that in the United States.

“The only team that has done it opposite to that way for some funky reasons was Juventus. But that excepted, there’s no stadium with which the team has that ownership structure, and it’s not for taxes it’s for liability.

“You don’t want to have a situation where the stadium is not doing well and the people who are at the stadium can call and take away a team, in effect.
“So it has to get financed separately but at the end of the day it is owned by the investors in Roma, not by Jim Pallotta. I have a big piece of Roma, and I have a piece of the holding company, but so do a bunch of other people.”

Pallotta continues: “Even after construction there is a flow that goes up to the holding company in effect, but you never want to have one of those a potential liability for the other. You never want to do it the other way and have the team as a liability for the stadium, nor do you want the stadium liable for the team.

“We won’t get stuff financed unless we have a structure like this. So it’s not us trying to get the benefit of it, it flows up to the shareholders of Roma who just put in their money from the bank. It’s all the investors who have been putting money into Roma over the past three years who own the team, and the ownership of the stadium too.

“It is only set up the way it is structurally because of financing and liability. We have had to explain that to politicians left and right in order to get approval.”

The stadium alone will not be enough to propel Roma to the top of the game, of course, and Pallotta is as keen as anyone to build a successful team to mirror to the positive steps being taken off the field.

“Our aspirations are to become one of the best teams in the world and you don’t get from A to Z in the couple of years since I’ve taken over. There’s a lot to do.

“The most important thing is to put a good team on the pitch first and foremost, and I think we’re on the way to doing that. But in terms of all the other stuff there’s a long way to go.

“To use a baseball metaphor, we have the second man up in the first innings. We’ve got significant plans on how to get there and as I say it’s going to take a long time.

“Rome wasn’t built in a day, right?!”

BAH GAWD Goal.com actually released a decent editorial.

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Post by Don't call me James on Fri Sep 19, 2014 10:55 pm

@RedOranje wrote:
LFC submit stadium planning application
4th Jun 2014 - Latest News

Liverpool Football Club has today submitted its planning application to redevelop Anfield stadium.


The submission of the application follows a major public consultation in which the overwhelming majority of local residents, businesses and fans backed the proposals.

The document submitted to Liverpool City Council today applies for detailed planning consent to expand the Main Stand and outline consent for the expansion of its Anfield Road stand.

The application is expected to be considered by the city's planning committee later this year.  

If consent is granted, the proposals would see the capacity of a new Main Stand rise by 8,500, taking it to nearly 21,000 and overall Anfield capacity to around 54,000. The outline proposals for the Anfield Road stand provide for an increase in its capacity of around 4,800 seats, taking the total stadium capacity to 58,800.

Incorporating the iconic club crest into the proposed Main Stand's exterior elevation, the scheme would also include a two-storey podium and a carefully designed cloister which would become the new home for the Hillsborough Memorial.

The Main Stand would open onto a wide public space which has been designed to link the stadium and park while creating an area which is relevant and usable to the local community, particularly on non-matchdays.

Author: @LFC

http://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/latest-news/164295-lfc-submit-stadium-planning-application


2 Phases

Main Stand Phase 1: 8,500+ additional new seats and extensive new facilities. 2 new tiers with the middle tier being premium seats and upper tier general admission. Phase 1 also includes all of the landscaping, ancillary works and preparatory works for Phase 2. landscaping includes external fan park, better access all round, new podium, relocation of Shankly and Paisley Gates and dedicated area for the Hillsborough memorial. New capacity 53,500-54,000 approx. To be completed by 2016

Anfield Road Stand Phase 2: 4,500+ new general admission seats. New tier to replace existing Upper Annie Road extends over Anfield Road which is closed to traffic. No new premium seats in phase 2. Away fans relocated to the other end of the stand to improve links to away coach parking. New capacity 58,800 approx. To be completed by 2018.

No other phases are currently planned.


So by the start of 2016-17 our capacity should by 54k and by the start of 2018-19 it should be 58.8k.

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Post by B-Mac on Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:43 pm

http://bmofield.com/expansion/

Toronto FC $105 million renovation and upgrade to it's home, BMO Field

Phase 1

Additional 8,400 seats with additional washrooms and concession stands
12 new executive suites, 2 party suites and a loge box
New full service kitchen for restaurants, suites and clubs
Two new private clubs:
West Grandstand, Event Level – 230 patrons
East Grandstand, Event Level – 420 patrons
Expansion of Rogers Club – current capacity of 500 is increased to 750 with upgraded look and feel, improved food and beverage and washroom facilities
New larger full HD videoboard replacing existing north videoboard
New concourse (2nd level) around south end of stadium allowing for one continuous concourse (at the upper concourse level)
Budget of $65M
Completion May 1, 2015

Phase 2

Addition of full size canopy covering all seats with exception of North Grandstand
New sound and lighting system
Budget of $40M
Completion May 1, 2016

BMO as it currently stands


After Renovations







Finally the stadium we deserve Proud

long overdue considering how cold it get's down by the lake in early spring and fall and the atmosphere will be better now with the stadium more enclosed
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Post by Kick on Sun Sep 28, 2014 9:47 am

Reports from the Sunday times as we've inquired about making Twickenham our temporary home while we redevelop Stamford Bridge to around 60k.

http://www.101greatgoals.com/blog/chelsea-consider-moving-to-twickenham-so-stamford-bridge-can-increase-to-60000-sunday-times/

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Post by Don't call me James on Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:32 am

Animation video is released on how the work will be done on the Main Stand at Anfield.


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Post by Mr Nick09 on Fri Dec 05, 2014 2:19 am

Looks like a lego made stadium lol

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Post by S on Wed Dec 24, 2014 4:43 am

STADIO DELLA ROMA IS A PROJECT OF PUBLIC INTEREST FOR THE CITY OF ROME

Following the official approval of Rome City Council, also the Assemblea Capitolina provided a positive feedback to the project

Rome, 22 December 2014


Following the official approval given by the Rome City Council on September 4th, also the Assemble Capitolina has recognized Stadio della Roma as a project of public interest for the City of Rome. Representatives of A.S. Roma SPV, LLC and Eurnova expressed their full satisfaction for this importantstep that recognizes the hard work done - over the past two and a half years, and particularly in the recent months - in collaboration with Mayor Ignazio Marino and his administration in developing this stadium project for the City of Rome, A.S. Roma and the fans.

"Congratulations to all Romans on this historic day. We all look forward to playing in Roma's new stadium”, said AS Roma President Jim Pallotta.

Thanks to a dedicated team of national and international experts, a direct investment worth around 1.2 billion euro will result in a privately financed Stadio della Roma that can create a minimum of 3.000 jobs during the construction phase and at least that many (3.000) during the on-going operations of the complex.

Representatives of A.S. Roma SPV, LLC and Eurnova express their satisfaction for this important achievement and confirm the commitment towards the Italian economy and business environment, considering Stadio della Roma as a project able to reboot the spirit and energy of the great City of Rome and its citizens.

"We thank Mayor Marino and the entire administration of the city of Rome. We fully embrace this opportunity and pledge our complete and ongoing commitment to bring this very special project to life", commented Mark Pannes, CEO of Stadio della Roma.

Representatives of A.S. Roma SPV, LLC and Eurnova thank the Mayor Marino and his administration for the constant dialogue, the timing of the approval process and the transparency. Parties confirm the full commitment to continue working with the Institutions, looking at the next approval step with the Regione Lazio.

Media, supporters and citizens will be updated regularly about the next steps of the project.

http://stadiodellaroma.com/content/media/Press_note_SDR_221214.pdf

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Re: Upcoming Stadium projects

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Post by iftikhar on Wed Dec 24, 2014 6:04 am

around 1.2 billion euro
That certainly involves few other projects.
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