Stadio Giuseppe Grezar
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|Full name||Stadio Giuseppe Grezar|
|Former names||Stadio Littorio (1932-1943)
Stadio di Valmaura (1943-1967)
|Owner||U.S. Triestina Calcio|
|Operator||U.S. Triestina Calcio|
Stadio Giuseppe Grezar was a multi-use stadium in Trieste, Italy. It was inaugurated in 1932 as the Stadio Littorio and was initially used as the stadium of U.S. Triestina Calcio matches. The capacity of the stadium was 8,000. It hosted the match between Czechoslovakia and Romania during the 1934 FIFA World Cup.
In 1943 it was renamed Stadio di Valmaura. It was renamed again in 1967, in honour of Giuseppe Grezar, a native son who was a member of the Grande Torino squad that perished in the Superga air disaster of 1949.
It was replaced by Stadio Nereo Rocco in 1992.
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