Lazio's President Begins Plans To Take Over Stadio Flaminio As New Home

Lazio's president, Claudio Lotito is reportedly developing a plan to take over and renovate Stadio Flaminio which is projected as the new home of the Italian capital club in the future.  This is a long-term project initiated by the club president.

According to reports from the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, Lazio president Claudio Lotito has an idea of ​​what he will do with Stadio Flaminio and wants to move away from his club's current home at the Stadio Olimpico which has been their home base for many years.

Lotito is reportedly working hard and has obtained a copy of the facility preservation plan developed by Sapienza University in collaboration with the Getty Foundation to expand Flaminio to accommodate 40,000 fans.

Furthermore, the news stated that the Biancoceleste planned to take over the stadium and entrust to Cassa Depositi e Prestiti to develop the area.  There will be a mini-golf course for playing soccer, a mountain bike track and skateboard park as well as a family recreation park, beach volleyball court, and basketball court.

In summary, the area is dedicated to supporting outdoor sports activities for residents around the stadium.  However, there were still obstacles from local authorities and Lotito had to agree with the inspectors.  This is a long-term program and important developments are unlikely to occur soon.

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