Stadio delle Aquile: presentation of Lazio’s new stadium set for June
After years of silence surrounding a new Lazio stadium being constructed, there has recently been light shed on the project becoming reality. As reported by laziofamily.it, the turning point seems to have arrived: the Stadio delle Aquile project is ready and will be presented with a new look in respect to the original design (dated in 2005), thanks to the current laws on stadiums that were launched in 2014. This will occur this upcoming June, where club President Claudio Lotito will present the new design of the stadium to the press at the Formello. The reason for this location? To illustrate all of the redevelopment that has been – and will be – taking place in the Biancocelesti facility. These redevelopments include large investments that will make the training grounds even more focused towards the youth sector of the club; they will start with the Bob Lovati Academy that will be built next to the Mirko Fersini training grounds.
The major problem regarding Lotito’s proposal has always been tied to the land and location of where the stadium should be built: the fields by the Via Tiberina, that are subject to hydrogeological constraint, are where the Tiber River will be flooded in the event of a great flow of water. As a result, Lotito’s intention is to create compensation tanks that can replace the land where the plant should be built, allowing the project to be in accordance with the law.
The stadium will be a cutting-edge facility from a technological point of view; the fans may access different areas via a media recognition, thus being free to move throughout the entirety of the structure. Regarding the means of transport to get to the Stadio delle Aquile, they would likely have to restore the tracks that are currently unused, as they were replaced in the past by the high-speed line. Their recommencement should not be too expensive but it would be solely the responsibility of the Lazio President.
Very exciting news, stick with The Laziali as they continue to keep you informed about any new developments concerning Lazio’s Stadio delle Aquile…