Stadio Renato Dall'Ara
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|Former names||Stadio Littoriale (1927–1945)|
Stadio Comunale (1945–1983)
|Owner||Bologna City Council|
|Operator||Bologna Football Club 1909|
Stadio Renato Dall'Ara is a multi-purpose stadium in Bologna, Italy. It is currently used mostly for football matches and the home of Bologna F.C. 1909. The stadium was built in 1927 and holds 38,279. It has also been named Stadio Littoriale. It replaced the Stadio Sterlino.
The stadium hosted matches in both the 1934 FIFA World Cup and the 1990 FIFA World Cup. The last match of the tournament played there was the England vs Belgium match in the Round of 16 which ended 1–0 courtesy of an extra-time goal scored by David Platt in the 119th minute.
Located in the Saragozza district, about 6 km from the center of the city, it regularly hosts Bologna's home matches. With around 36,000 seats it is the eleventh Italian stadium for capacity, which can increase up to 55,000 for concerts.
The stadium also hosted three international rugby union test match in 1995, Italy vs. All Blacks (the All Blacks won the game 70–6), in 1997 Italy vs. Springboks (the Springboks won the game)and Italy vs. Ireland (Italy won the game).
1934 FIFA World Cup
1990 FIFA World Cup
The stadium was one of the venues of the 1990 FIFA World Cup. The stadium was witness to the World Cup competition's quickest goal ever scored, by Davide Gualtieri of San Marino, taking 8.3 seconds to put his team ahead against England.
It hosted the following matches:
|Date||Team #1||Res.||Team #2||Round|
|1990-06-09||United Arab Emirates||0–2||Colombia||Group D|
|1990-06-19||Yugoslavia||4–1||United Arab Emirates||Group D|
|1990-06-26||England||1–0 (a.e.t.)||Belgium||Round of 16|
- "Stadio Renato Dall'Ara". Archived from the original on 2012-07-29.(in Italian) accessed 9 September 2015
- "World Cup 1990". Retrieved 9 September 2015.
- "Davide Gualtieri: The man from San Marino who shocked England". accessed 9 September 2015
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