Stadio Romeo Neri
|Owner||Municipality of Rimini|
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. 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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