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Roma has taken a positive step in its work to build a new stadium after the municipality of Rome gave the green light to the construction in the Pietralata district.
Calciomercato.com details how the Assembly of the Municipality of Rome met to discuss the idea of Roma building a new stadium in the Pietralata district of the city. The councilors approved the resolution of public interest for the facility, with 33 votes in favor and three abstentions. The ball is now in the court of Roma. The club must draw up a final project that it will then present to the Municipality of Rome before going through the decisive conference of services, the last step before laying the foundations of the stadium.
The new Giallorossi stadium should have a capacity of about 55,000 seats, with the possibility of increasing it to 62,000 for special events. 5,500 seats would be dedicated to VIP fans. Large parking lots would also be built, with 10,000 spaces for mopeds and bicycles, and over 4,000 spaces for cars.