Raimondo: Milan’s stadium project could come in clutch for Italy and Euro 2032

By Isak Möller -

Yesterday, UEFA announced that Italy will host the 2032 Euros along with Turkey. A total of ten stadiums will be used and AC Milan’s new stadium on San Donato could come in a clutch, a report highlights. 

UEFA announced their decision to award the Euro 2032 to Italy and Turkey yesterday, also awarding the Euro 2028 to Ireland and the United Kingdom. For Milan, this could be another argument in their stadium pursuit.

The Rossoneri have announced their stadium project in San Donato and the plan is to have it ready for the 2028-29 season. As highlighted by Felice Raimondo, Italy could certainly use it given the state of their other stadiums.

The Italian Football Federation has picked a total of ten stadiums for the Euro 2032, including San Siro. Out of these ten stadiums, seven stadiums don’t have any renovation plans on the horizon.

The only stadium that can be called modern on that list is the Allianz Stadium (Juventus), which was built in 2011. The four biggest stadiums – San Siro, Olimpico, San Nicola, Maradona – are all quite old and could use renovation, but it’s the smaller stadiums on the list that have renovation plans in motion (Cagliari, Bologna, Fiorentina).

Stadio Bentegodi (30k seats and arguably one of the worst in Italy) has somehow made its way onto the list and that says a lot about the standard of Italy’s stadiums. Milan’s project in San Donato, therefore, could become even more relevant.

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