Stadio Romeo Neri

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Stadio Romeo Neri
Stadio Romeo Neri Rimini.jpg
Location Rimini, Italy Italy
Owner Municipality of Rimini
Capacity
9,768 (7,442 approved)
Surface Grass
105x65m
Construction
Broke ground 1933
Opened 1934
Renovated 1976
2005
Tenants
A.C. Rimini 1912

Stadio Romeo Neri is a multi-use stadium in Rimini, Italy. The stadium has a capacity of 9,768 and is largely used for football as the home of A.C. Rimini 1912.[1] The stadium itself was named after Italian gymnast Romeo Neri, the first citizen of Rimini to participate in the Olympic Games - in both Amsterdam (1928) and Los Angeles (1932).

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  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-02-05. Retrieved 2006-09-09. 

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Coordinates: 44°3′11″N 12°34′38″E / 44.05306°N 12.57722°E / 44.05306; 12.57722