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Fixtures 2021 | 2022

28 aug 2021
Lazio vs Spezia
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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12 sep 2021
Milan vs Lazio
San Siro
Serie A
fr 130 €
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19 sep 2021
Lazio vs Cagliari
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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26 sep 2021
Lazio vs Roma
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr86 €
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17 oct 2021
Lazio vs Inter
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr86 €
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27 oct 2021
Lazio vs Fiorentina
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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7 nov 2021
Lazio vs Salernitana
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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21 nov 2021
Lazio vs Juventus
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr 100 €
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1 dec 2021
Lazio vs Udinese
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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19 dec 2021
Lazio vs Genoa
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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6 jan 2022
Lazio vs Empoli
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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23 jan 2022
Lazio vs Atalanta
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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13 feb 2022
Lazio vs Bologna
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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27 feb 2022
Lazio vs Napoli
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr72 €
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13 march 2022
Lazio vs Venezia
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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20 march 2022
Roma vs Lazio
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr 100 €
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3 april 2022
Lazio vs Sassuolo
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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16 april 2022
Lazio vs Torino
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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24 april 2022
Lazio vs Milan
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr86 €
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8 may 2022
Lazio vs Sampdoria
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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22 may 2022
Lazio vs Hellas Verona
Stadio Olimpico
Serie A
fr50 €
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The construction of Stadio Olimpico in Rome was started in 1928, but the stadium wasn’t actually finished until 1953. In other words, it took no less than 25 years to complete the stadium. World War II was one of the reasons for the delay.

In 1960 Rome arranged the Summer Olympics. Ahead of the competition, all standing bleachers were converted to hold seated spectators. This caused the attendance capacity to be halved, from around 100,000 to 53,000. By doing this conversion, Stadio Olimpico became the first stadium in Europe to only offer seats.

Ahead of the 1990 Football World Championship the stadium was modernized and renovated. First and foremost the number of seats was increased to over 70,000, and they also decreased the distance between the stands and the field. A roof was added as well. It was at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome that the final game was played between West Germany and Argentina.

In 1997 the latest changes were made to the stadium. They simply upgraded the stadium to live up to UEFA’s rules for stadiums where Champions League finals are played. Today, Rome’s Stadio Olimpico is a five star stadium according to the UEFA ranking.