Piantina stadio

Stadium Safety: All the access routes

In accordance with the most recent regulations surrounding stadium safety, access to the stadium will take place via the following methods. Here is the list of all the access bays and the relevant turnstiles for all the areas of the stadium.

VIP Stand (Tribuna Autoritá):    Bay P1 and Turnstile T1 
Covered Stand (Tribuna coperta)  Bays P2, P3 and P19 – Turnstiles: T3, T4, T19 and T20  
Marathon (Maratona)  Bays P9, P10 and  P11 – Turnstiles T8, T9, T10 and T11 
Fiesole End (Curva Fiesole)  Bays P14, P15 and P16 – Turnstiles T15 and T16
Ferrovia End (Curva Ferrovia)  Bays P14, P15 and P16 – Turnstiles T15 and T16  
Away End (Curva Ospiti)  Bays P12 – Turnstiles T13 and T14  
Access to Athletes’ parking (Atleti)  on the Central Stand side 
Access to covered parkin  on the Ferrovia End side  

Disabled access is available in Bays P2 and P18 (Stand side) and P11 (Marathon side).  
Holders of Federation and CONI accreditations must obtain the appropriate ticket from the new box office in Via Dupré, and then access the stadium via Bay18 and Turnstile T17. 

How to reach the stadium


For those arriving on the A1 Milan-Naples motorway, take the ‘Firenze Sud’ exit. Continue for the entire Marco Polo viaduct, and then follow the signs for the stadium (‘STADIO’) which will be at the crossroads. Distance from the motorway exit: 4.6Km-


The nearest station is ‘Firenze Campo di Marte’ (400 meters from the stadium): upon exiting the station continue along Largo Gennarelli until the traffic lights. For those arriving at ‘Firenze Santa Maria Novella’ station it is suggested to take a train heading towards ‘Campo di Marte’ station -

From Florence city centre (‘Santa Maria Novella’ or ‘San Marco Square’ stops) take the number 7, 17 or 20. (On match-days extra services will be provided) -
 ATAF Florence: times and journeys

Artemio Franchi

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