Stadio di Ardenza

Stadio Armando Picchi
Former names Stadio Edda Ciano Mussolini (1935–1945)
Yankee Stadium
Stadio di Ardenza
Location Livorno, Italy Italy
Broke ground 1933
Opened 1935
Owner Municipality of Livorno
Surface Grass
A.S. Livorno Calcio

Stadio Armando Picchi is a multi-purpose stadium in Livorno, Italy. The stadium was built in 1933 and holds 19,238 people.

For the 1960 Summer Olympics, it hosted some of the football preliminaries. In the 1960s, it acquired its name, in reference to the Inter great Armando Picchi.

It is currently used, mostly, for football matches and the home of A.S. Livorno Calcio.

External links

  • Stadium picture


  • 1960 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. p. 86.

Coordinates: 43°31′36″N 10°18′51″E / 43.52667°N 10.31417°E / 43.52667; 10.31417

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