Here is the official list of home venues for the Serie A 2015-2016 season.
For the upcoming season, we have made a graphic to help our readers visualize where each team’s stadium is located on a map of Italy. We also included a table below of all the venues where games will be played this season.
There are two teams which do not have adequate home stadiums and thus play their home games at a different venue. The first is Sassuolo, who play their home games at Mapei Stadium (instead of Stadio Enzo Ricci). The second is newly promoted Carpi. Their home Stadio Sandro Cabassi does not meet the Serie A standards so they will play their games at Stadio Alberto Braglia in Modena instead.
The decision to move Carpi’s home games to Modena infuriated the Carpi ultras, and in protest will only support the club when they travel on the road, as they believe playing at Modena is not really a home game. The smaller Italian clubs that get promoted to Serie A all have the same problem – their stadiums are inadequate due to capacity and other factors, and the cost and amount of time to upgrade the stadiums is not warranted.
|Atalanta||Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia||Bergamo||1928||26,562|
|Bologna||Stadio Renato Dall’Ara||Bologna||1927||38,279|
|Carpi||Stadio Alberto Braglia||Modena||1936||21,151|
|Chievo||Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi||Verona||1963||44,799|
|Empoli||Stadio Carlo Castellani||Empoli||1965||19,847|
|Fiorentina||Stadio Artemio Franchi||Florence||1931||43,147|
|Frosinone||Stadio Comunale Matusa||Frosinone||1932||9,680|
|Genoa||Stadio Luigi Ferraris||Genoa||1911||36,599|
|Inter||Stadio Giuseppe Meazza||Milan||1926||80,018|
|Milan||Stadio Giuseppe Meazza||Milan||1926||80,018|
|Napoli||Stadio San Paolo||Naples||1959||60,240|
|Palermo||Stadio Renzo Barbera||Palermo||1932||36,349|
|Sampdoria||Stadio Luigi Ferraris||Genoa||1911||36,599|
|Sassuolo||Mapei Stadium||Reggio Emilia||1995||21,584|
|Verona||Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi||Verona||1963||44,799|