Testaccio Stadium (Vecchio Campo Testaccio)

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Testaccio Stadium (Campo Testaccio) was a multi-use stadium in Rome, Italy. It was initially used as the stadium of A.S. Roma matches. It was replaced by Stadio Nazionale PNF in 1940.

Testaccio Stadium (Vecchio Campo Testaccio), Rome
This ample zone was a part of famous recreation territory "Prati del Popolo Romano", and several decades ago was a soccer-camp, one of the first camps among those where the new game imported from England was played for the first time in Italy. Now it is occupied by unpretty mess of little work-shops. The capacity of the stadium was 20,000 spectators.

Testaccio Stadium (Vecchio Campo Testaccio)
Via Ottavio Leoni, 1
00153, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Testaccio (Roma centro)
Testaccio Stadium (Vecchio Campo Testaccio) is Shown By "Map J Zone" As "53"
Website: http://www.campotestaccio.com/

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