Rome Council Member Gives Update On Lazio Stadium Project

Rome city sports councilor, Veronica Tasciotti provides an update on Lazio's new stadium project, Flaminio.  She explained the problems faced in the construction plan and also the facilities in it.

Veronica Tasciotti, a member of the sports council of the city of Rome provides an update on The Aquile's Flaminio stadium project.  She discussed the problems that exist in the stadium and also the facilities.

"The facilities there have some problems, UEFA standards are indeed very strict but we are quite confident, we are waiting to receive the project from Lazio to assess its feasibility," she said via LazioNews24.

"Our goal is to make a beautiful gift for all The Aquile fans."

The Italian politician then explained what the City Council would do to support the project.

"If The Aquile proposes a project that the authorities believe is feasible, then politics will play a role, where it will be decided which project to focus on and then proceed with an international tender," she explained.

"But I haven't spoken to Lotito until now."

Biancoceleste president, Claudio Lotito wants to move his team's home ground from the Stadio Olimpico to the Stadio Flaminio which is believed to be the perfect place for the Italian capital club to build their facilities and will increase their income and their place in society.

City rivals AS Roma are also looking for a new stadium and are reportedly pursuing a project at Tor di Valle, further indicating that there is a problem with the Stadio Olimpico which is owned by the city and not the two clubs.

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