How many fans can Serie A clubs host?

by | Jul 24, 2021 12:27

Serie A stadiums can open up to 50 per cent capacity, with fans able to enter only in possession of a Green Pass, so Inter and Milan can host 37,961 spectators.

The Government released its latest guidelines just under a month from the start of the Serie A season, which is due to kick off on August 21.

Regions that are in the ‘White Zone’ – so with minimal restrictions – can open up to 50 per cent capacity in an open-air arena.

Clubs are still not selling season tickets, because only fans with a Green Pass can access.

That is an electronic certificate confirming COVID status, either by double vaccination, proof of recovery from the virus over the last few months or a negative test within 48 hours.

Serie A stadium capacity at 50 per cent

Inter and Milan (Stadio Meazza): 37,961

Lazio and Roma (Stadio Olimpico): 36,630

Napoli (Stadio Maradona): 27,363

Fiorentina (Stadio Franchi): 23,641

Juventus (Allianz Stadium): 20,753

Verona (Stadio Bentegodi): 19,605

Genoa and Sampdoria (Stadio Ferraris): 18,299

Bologna (Stadio Dall’Ara): 18,231

Salernitana (Stadio Arechi): 16,650

Torino (Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino): 13,997

Udinese (Dacia Arena): 12,572

Atalanta (Gewiss Stadium): 11,256

Sassuolo (Mapei Stadium): 10,792

Empoli (Stadio Castellani): 9,923

Cagliari (Sardegna Arena): 8,208

Spezia (Stadio Picchi): 5,168

Venezia (Stadio Penzo): 3,713


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