Stadio Flaminio

The current stadium was built in 1959 ahead of the 1960 Rome Olympics, and has hosted Italy’s RBS 6 Nations fixtures since they joined in the year 2000.

They celebrated with a 34-20 success over Scotland at the Stadio Flaminio in February that year.

The stadium is the smallest in the Championship, and has a cosy atmosphere. It has hosted a wide range of other sporting events, including the World Equestrian Games, and beat off competition from rival venues in Bologna, Genoa and Padova to host Italy’s RBS 6 Nations matches.
The first international was a 44-6 drubbing by France way back in 1935.

Italy’s biggest win at Stadio Flaminio was 22-3 against Romania in 1992.
In the 2007 Tournament, Italy beat Wales 23-20 in Rome to win two matches in a single RBS 6 Nations for the first time, following an earlier victory in Scotland.
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