At first glance, the Stadio Renato might seem like any other football ground in the country. A bowl design with the rather annoying factor of a running track spanning the pitch. The home fans can be found behind both goals which creates a decent atmosphere, with the away fans being tucked away in the South West Corner. The seats too aren’t the most comfortable things in the word either.
Prices are a little high too with the club doing so well at the moment. A seat behind the goals will set you back around €30 and a seat in the Tribune Stands more like €60 onwards. Yet there is something about the stadium that makes all this worthwhile.
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