Stadio Olimpico is best known as a football venue and home to Italian clubs Lazio and Roma. However, it is also often used by the Italian National Rugby Union Team and has hosted numerous rugby matches throughout its history.
Set just north of the wondrous city of Rome, guests to this historic venue often make an extended trip to soak up the Italian culture.
The Stadio Olimpico has played host to other events including the Olympics, FIFA World Cup Finals and world-famous bands and artists, proving its worth time and again as a multi-event space.
The stadium has undergone numerous renovations over the years that have turned it into a world-class venue, a truly remarkable space that must be seen.
Italy faces their most dangerous foe, England, at the Stadio Olimpico in 2022 for the Guinness Six Nations. Will this be the year that Italy succeeds?
Italy takes on Scotland on their home turf, the Stadio Olimpico, in what is sure to be a testing fixture for the Italians during the Guinness Six Nations 2022.
The opening fixture of the Guinness Six Nations 2021 sees the French descend on the Stadio Olimpico to take on the Italians for the Giuseppe Garibaldi Trophy.
Ireland heads to the land of the Azzurri for the third round of the Guinness Six Nations 2021 no doubt looking for another win to add to their total.
Italy’s final home game of the Guinness Six Nations is against Wales in the beautiful city of Rome. Italy last winning in 2007, odds are on Wales to win.
Located to the north of Rome the Stadio Olimpico has good public transport links.
The majority of hospitality options have no strict dress codes, however; it is advised to dress smart casual, and according to weather conditions as match seats are outside.
The Stadio Olimpico is a public transport destination, it is recommended to use Metro Line A (from Termini Train Station) following the directions to Ottaviano Station and go down to the terminus one (the end of the line). Then take the bus line 32 Piazzale della Farnesina.