Stadio Nazionale PNF

Stadio Nazionale PNF
Location Rome, Italy
Owner City of Rome
Capacity 47,300
Field size 105 m × 68 m
Surface Grass
Broke ground 1911[1]
Opened 1911
Closed 1953
Demolished 1957
Lazio (1931–1953)
Roma (1940–1953)

The Stadio Nazionale del PNF (National Stadium of the National Fascist Party) was a multi-purpose stadium in Rome, Italy. It hosted three of the 17 matches of the 1934 FIFA World Cup, including the final between hosts Italy and Czechoslovakia on 10 June 1934.

The Stadio Nazionale was constructed in 1911, and was renovated in 1928 for the Italy - Hungary international match.[2]

The stadium closed in 1953 and was replaced by the Stadio Flaminio in 1957.


  1. "I Lavori alla "Stadium" di Roma". La Lettura Sportiva. 26 February 1911. p. 6 (163).
  2. "DAL 1911 AD OGGI TUTTI GLI STADI DI ROMA". La Repubblica (in Italian). 17 February 1988. Retrieved 19 April 2015.

Coordinates: 41°55′38″N 12°28′20″E / 41.92722°N 12.47222°E / 41.92722; 12.47222

Preceded by
Estadio Centenario
Montevideo, Uruguay
FIFA World Cup
Final Venue

Succeeded by
Stade Olympique de Colombes
Paris, France
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