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Stadio Ennio Tardini




Team: Parma
Capacity: 27,906
Built: 1922
City: Parma

The Stadio Ennio Tardini is one of Italy’s oldest football grounds still in use. Immortalised by the famous Parma side of the 1990’s the stadium had remained untouched until Parmalat’s ownership of the club in same time frame.

In the era the stadium became an all seater and the capacity was almost doubled. With this era now gone the club had bounced up and down the divisions and suffered financially, however the stadium has continued to improve. The changes were so significant that the venue was included in Italy’s unsuccessful Euro 2016 bid and even though the Peninsula did not win their bid, Parma’s chairman has seen that the stadium continues to be improved.

There are talks of Parma buying the stadium off the local authorities although these are still in the early stages. Attendances at the Stadio Ennio Tardini have averaged around 15,000 since their return to Serie A in 2009 and the atmosphere is always kept alive by the infamous Boys Parma 1977 who conduct many of the choreographed shows in the Curva.


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