Sports in Rome

Sports Facilities

Francesco Totti – Captain

Francesco Totti – Captain (Rome, 27 September 1976) is a former Italian footballer, with the role of attacker or midfielder, world champion in 2006 and vice-champion of Europe in 2000 with the Italian national...

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Piazza di Siena

International Horse Racing Contest of Piazza di Siena

The amazing view of grass once again in the oval of Piazza di Siena (the original surface had been replaced with white sand in 2007) from 2018 is the first significant step. This return to the...

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Six Nations Championship

The Six Nations Championship (known as the Guinness Six Nations for sponsorship reasons) is an annual international men’s rugby union competition between the teams of England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales. The current champions are England, who won the 2020 tournament.     The Six Nations...

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Stadio Olimpico ( Olimpic Stadium ) Rome

Stadio Olimpico (Olimpic Stadium)

The Olympic Stadium is an Italian multi-purpose sports facility in Rome. It stands at the Foro Italico, on the slopes of Monte Mario, in the northwestern sector of the capital. Conceived in 1927 and...

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The Italian Open (Tennis)

The Italian Open (Italian: Internazionali d’Italia; literally: Italy International), originally called the Italian International Championships, is a tennis tournament held in Rome, Italy. It is one of the most important clay tennis tournaments in the world with the men’s competition being an ATP Tour Masters...

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