1987 – 1990, BARI, ITALY

In 1987 the city of Bari decided to construct a new stadium to replace its old Municipal Stadium (Victory Stadium), which by that time no longer satisfied the safety and functionality requirements to host the Italian World Cup, which was scheduled for the year 1990.

For the World Cup tournament, 8 Italian stadiums were renovated and 3 new ones were built, including the Bari stadium, which would be named after the city’s patron saint, San Nicola (St. Nicholas).

来自(SEE MORE)Renzo Piano