Address: DIEGO ARMANDO MARADONA, PIAZZALE VINCENZO TECCHIO, 80125 NAPOLI
THE MAIN LINKS TO THE DIEGO ARMANDO MARADONA STADIUM
• Railways: Napoli Campi Flegrei Station.
• Cumana Railways: Mostra Station.
• Subway Line 6: Mostra Station. • Railways Metropolitan Line 2: Campi Flegrei Station.
Highways and ordinary Roads
• Tangenziale: Fuorigrotta Exit.
By Public Bus:
• Central Station: take the 152 ANM (Piazza Garibaldi) towards Piazzale Tecchio;
• Capodichino Airport: Alibus from Airoport to Piazza Garibaldi (Alibus stop) and then Railways Metropolitano Line 2 with Campi Flegrei stop;
• Historic Centre: take the 152 ANM towards Piazzale Tecchio;
• Historic Centre: take the SEPSA M1 towards Pozzuoli that starts from Circumvesuviana;
• Historic Centre: take the SEPSA Monte di Procida in direction Pozzuoli that starts from Piazza Garibaldi;
• Piazza Vittoria: take the C18 ANM, or the C19 ANM or the 129 ANM towards Piazzale Tecchio.
Please note that: during the match at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium, in order to facilitate the inflow and outflow of the fans, the ANM will provide additiona services on the three lines of the main route.
Napoli’s Diego Armando Maradona (ex San Paolo) Stadium, inaugurated in 1959, is the third largest in Italy, after Milan’s Meazza Stadium and Rome’s Olimpico.
Situated in the Fuorigrotta neighborhood, it measures 110 by 68 meters. It was remodeled for the 1980 European Championship and again for the World Cup hosted by Italy in 1990, when a covering and a new 330-seat press stand were installed, the track and lighting systems were redone and the stadium was brought up to FIFA safety standards. With an 8-lane track, three sports gyms, a boxing gym, a fitness gym and a wrestling and martial arts gym, Diego Armando Maradona Stadium has become Naples’ major sports centre.