The traditional team home kit is black and white striped shirt, black shorts, and white socks. The club plays in the Stadio Friuli, which has a capacity of 41,652 (although it is currently limited to 30,900).
We have tickets to all of Udinese’s games this season, both in Serie A and the Europa League. Going to a Udinese match is an incredible experience. If you have never been, here is everything you need to know for a great time in Udine.
Click here for a seating chart of the Stadio Friuli.
Udinese 2018-19 Serie A Fixtures
Sunday Mar 31, 2019 Udinese – FC Genoa – Buy Udinese Tickets
Wednesday Apr 3, 2019 AC Milan – Udinese – Buy Udinese Tickets
Sunday Apr 7, 2019 Udinese – Empoli FC – Buy Udinese Tickets
Sunday Apr 14, 2019 AS Roma – Udinese – Buy Udinese Tickets
Saturday Apr 20, 2019 Udinese – US Sassuolo – Buy Udinese Tickets
Sunday Apr 28, 2019 Atalanta – Udinese – Buy Udinese Tickets
Sunday May 5, 2019 Udinese – Inter – Buy Udinese Tickets
Sunday May 12, 2019 Frosinone – Udinese – Buy Udinese Tickets
Sunday May 19, 2019 Udinese – SPAL Ferrara – Buy Udinese Tickets
Sunday May 26, 2019 Cagliari – Udinese – Buy Udinese Tickets
Directions To Stadio Friuli
Stadio Friuli is actually in Rizzi, which is a suburb-like town northwest of Udine. The stadium itself is about 4km from Udine’s city center, so it’s not easily walkable.
The easiest way to get to the stadium from Udine is to catch the #2 bus from the train station (just south of the city center), which will get you right to the stadium.
Driving Directions to Stadio Friuli:
From Piazza Primo Maggio in the city center, head north on Viale della Vittoria, through the Parco della Rimembranza and Piazzale Osoppo. Turn left onto Viale San Daniele, and then at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Piazzale Diacono Paolo.
Continue on this road when it becomes Via Martignacco. At the Y, take the right fork onto Via del Cotonificio, then turn left onto Viale Cadore and right again to get back onto Via Martignacco (the detour is to avoid one-way streets). This road is also called SS464. Continue on this road for a little over a kilometer, and then turn right onto Via Monza.
When that road ends, turn left onto Via Lodi, which curves to the left and becomes Viale dello Sport. This road then curves again to the left and becomes Viale Agostino ed Angelo Candolini. You’ll soon see parking lots for the stadium on your right, and then the stadium itself.
Stadio Friuli is located in Udin, Italy and is the home to Udinese of course. It is considered one of the nicest stadiums in the league and has hosted many legendary events. I have noticed a criteria over this Italian and English and Spanish stadium overview for what makes a stadium among the world’s elite. Many factors go into this ranking including: seating capacity, stadium design, geographical location, stadium facilities, technological advancements and other types of luxuries. But most of all what decides a significant European stadium is whether or not Madonna’s Stick and Sweet tour performed at the venue. Stadio Friuli can say that they have accomplished this great feat (I hope you are picking up on the sarcasm, but it is true. All great European stadiums can really pack in those Madonna fans.)
In all seriousness though, Stadio Friuli has had many legendary events held on their grounds. This includes initial Group E matches for the 1990 World Cup. The stadium hosted Spain, Belgium, Uruguay, and South Korea in three different matches. Stadio Friuli was also host of a 2005 Champions League match for Udinese. It also was recently used for a World Cup Qualifier for Italy’s national team. And yes Madonna has performed there and so has the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Boss Bruce Springsteen.
The coolest feature at the stadium is an indoor gym that is located in one of the grandstands. Sometimes the stadium hosts gymnastics, fencing, and martial arts as well as other indoor sports at the venue.