Stadio Enzo Blasone

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Coordinates: 42°57′12″N 12°41′30″E / 42.95333°N 12.69167°E / 42.95333; 12.69167

Stadio comunale Enzo Blasone
Location Foligno, Italy Italy
Owner Municipality of Foligno
Capacity
5,650
Surface Grass
Construction
Broke ground 1981
Opened 1983
Tenants
Foligno Calcio

The Stadio comunale Enzo Blasone is a multi-use stadium in Foligno, Italy. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Foligno Calcio. It holds 4.650.

It was built in 1981 - 1982 because of the promotion of Foligno Calcio to Serie C2, the former fourth level of Italian football.

The stadium was originally called "Santo Pietro", which is the name of the area of Foligno it is located in; recently, it has been named after Enzo Blasone, a former footballer and coach of the local team.

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