Lotito Still Pursuing The Stadio Flaminio Project

Lazio president Claudio Lotito is reportedly still working on the Stadio Flaminio project and has made some serious progress. The Italian capital club, through their coach Maurizio Sarri, has often complained about the state of the Stadio Olimpico, which is now used as their home stadium.

Both Lazio and cross-city rivals Roma want to leave their current home, the Stadio Olimpico, with both clubs even protesting the poor quality of the stadium and limited commercial opportunities.

The Flaminio Stadium has long been neglected in the Italian capital and could be taken over by the Biancoceleste in the coming years. According to Il Messaggero, Claudio Lotito wanted to create a mixed-use facility for his team with retail space and attached parking.

The Aquile's president also called for the stadium's capacity to be increased from 38,000 to 45,000 as he wanted to capitalize on the strong support of the home fans.

Progress at the Flaminio Stadium has been slow and it will take weeks or even months to see concrete progress. Back in July last year, The Aquile planned to take over the facility before handing it over to Cassa Depositi e Prestiti to develop the area.

There are also plans for a miniature golf course, mountain bike trails, and a sledding park, as well as a family adventure park, a beach volleyball court, and a basketball court.

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