A.S. Roma And The Olympic Stadium: A Journey Inside The Roman Football Culture

Oct 29, 2021 451

In ancient times, Rome was famous for hosting gladiator games. The Colosseum was crowded with thousands of people cheering their favorite competitors fight against other gladiators and wild animals. Glorious victories and shameful defeats were responsible for creating the environment at the amphitheater.

Nowadays, Rome has a similar —although less cruel— show. It now takes place weekly at the Olympic Stadium, curiously located at the Viale dei gladiatori (“Gladiators street”). Since its construction in 1953, the stadium has been a temple of roman and world soccer.

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SOURCE: https://www.romeing.it

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