Stadio Partenio-Adriano Lombardi

  • Final UEFA Cup 1989/90

The Stadio Partenio is a football stadium with track and field facility in the southern Italian city of Avellino.

The stadium has been designed by Costantino Rozzi and since 1973 the home of the football club U.S. Avellino. The stadium only seats and currently accommodates 26,000 spectators.

Between 1978 and 1988, when the U.S. Avellino played in Serie A, the Partenio was regularly crowded, it was one of those times up to 42,000 spectators.

The Stadio Partenio consists of two curves, each with two tiers and two grandstands. The Tribuna Terminio has two ranks and houses the press seats, the Tribuna Monte Vergine is only a single-storey roofed the only part of the stadium.

The South Stand, the Curva Sud, houses the Ultras of the U.S. Avellino, there is a memorial stone for the victims of the disaster at Heysel between the Curva Nord and the Tribuna Monte Vergine.

Important Games

  • On 5 February 1986, the Italian national football team played a friendly match against Germany and lost 1-2.
  • On 16 May 1990, the second leg of the UEFA Cup Final 1989/90 between Fiorentina and Juventus was held in Partenio. Juve secured, after the 3-1 first-leg victory with a scoreless draw the title.