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Wanted to go to a regular Seria A game. First, impossible to find tickets anywhere in central Naples. No info on the website or online on where. When we finally found a ticket shop downtown, it was closed because it was Sunday morning, ugh, the...More
I was on holiday in Sorrento and managed to get a ticket from one of the hotel staff to the game against Fiorentina.
Napoli’s Stadio San Paolo is the only one of the major stadiums in Serie A that I had not managed to visit...More
Although the stadium is looking a little tired now, it's 55000 capacity lends itself to giving spectators a fantastic experience. As an English football fan, I found it very easy to navigate my way around and find the entrance as shown on my ticket. There...More
Heard in advance that the stadium wasn't quite as high a standard as most English football grounds. It was true but the San Paolo more than made up for it with an extraordinary atmosphere. It was quite exceptional, the tifosi were amazing. The noise and...More
If you want to see what loyalty and support to a local football team is all about, come and witness and Serie A match here in Stadio San Paolo. Home ground to the Napoli football team, the fans here are so passionate about football and...More
You should to go there for a match. you should choose a or b when yen are not afraid of really funs. they are fantastic an very loud price 15 e. we have chosen a kalm sectorefor 25e. it was safe on the match
I travelled to Naples to specifically watch the game against Juventus. Easiest route to get to the stadium is the metro from Piazza Garibaldi below the Centrale Train Station (there’s a shop below which sells tickets).
A tip for those who visit:
* Get to...More
We wanted to take in a football match while in Italy so we booked tickets in advance for the Napoli vs Cagliari match.
We got there from the Port on a 151 bus which takes about 20 minutes or so.
Getting in - you must...More