Stadio Euganeo

Calcio Padova

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The Stadio Euganeo is a football stadium in the Italian city of Padua in the Veneto region. It is the homeland of the Series B club Calcio Padova ( second division ). It was named after the nearby hills, the hills Eugenianischen (Italian: Euganean Hills ).


On 2 December 1989, the foundation stone was laid for the plant. Calcio Padova rose in 1994 in the Serie A season at the start of the Serie A 1994/95 was the first game in the stadium. At this time the ranks were not yet built behind the goals, this one took from 1998 to 2000 after. The stadium took a long time about 34,000 spectators, now the capacity is due to security restrictions at 18,060 courts ( 15,060 covered).

The venue consists of two covered side stands ( East and West) and the uncovered Hintertorrängen ( North and South). The main grandstand on the west offers 7,407 seats ( including 140 VIP seats, 660 business seats and 59 seats in the press box ). On the opposite stand in the east distribute 7,653 places. On the North and the South Stand there are 1,500 places. On the 100th birthday of the Calcio Padova 2010 club museum was opened on 29 January at the stadium.

The FBC Treviso had its first games of the Serie A season 2005/2006 in Padua unsubscribe as the Stadio Omobono Tenni had to be rebuilt. Also, the AS Cittadella important for two Series B- seasons (2000/2001 and 2001/2002) to Padua, because at that time the Stadio Pier Cesare Tombolato decreed in Cittadella only about 4,000 places.


Football: nations

A game of Italian national football team of men was previously held in Stadio Euganeo.

  • March 30, 2005: Italy Italy - Iceland Iceland 0-0 (Friendly Match)

Rugby Internationals

The Italian rugby union team wore out a test match in the " Euganeo ".

  • 08 November 2008: Italy Italy - Australia 20:30