The club’s home stadium is the Stadio San paolo, which seats over 60,000 spectators and is regularly filled by the club’s fans.
Napoli has won the Italian Serie A title on two occasions, most recently in 1990. The club has also won 4 Coppa Italias and a UEFA Cup.
We have tickets to all Napoli games home and away. Going to a Napoli match at the Stadio San Paolo is an incredible experience. If you have never been, here is everything you need to know for a great time in Naples. Click here for a seating chart of the Stadio San Paolo.
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Directions To Stadio San Paolo
Stadio San Paolo is in a suburb of Naples called Fuorigrotta, which is to the West of central Naples not far from the water. The stadium itself would be a long 1.5 hour walk from the city center, but it’s quite close to the Campi Flegri subway station.
From central Naples, it’s 7 stops on the FS Metropolitana line in the Bagnoli direction, which is only a 15-minute trip. You’ll be able to see the stadium when you come out of the subway station – and you may even be able to see Mount Vesuvius, too.
Driving Directions to Stadio San Paolo:
From the Piazza Municipio in central Naples, head for the water and take a right on Via Ammiraglio Ferdinando Acton. This road curves to the right with the harbor and becomes Galleria della Vittoria. You’ll then take a right on Via Domenico Morelli, and a quick left on Riviera di Chiaia.
Stay on this road, even as it curves to the left and becomes Via Piedigrotta, then Salita della Grotta, and then Galleria delle 4 Giornate. Just as this road is becoming Via Caio Duilio, you’ll turn right at Via Consalvo. Stay on this road as it curves to the left, and then you’ll take a left onto Via Terracina.
As Via Terracina turns into Via Mario Gigante, you’ll need to turn left to stay on Via Terracina, and then turn left again toward the stadium.