The Stadio Olimpico di Serravalle (also known as the San Marino Stadium) is the national stadium of the microstate of San Marino. The stadium opened in 1969 and today has a capacity of 6,664 in a country with a population of just 32,000.
The stadium hosts all of San Marino international fixtures, which has seen some heavy defeats for the nation which has long been ranked as the lowest ranked team in the FIFA World Rankings. This includes a record 13-0 defeat to Germany in September 2006 which was also witnessed by a record crowd of over 5,000. The Stadio Olimpico has also witnessed some historic moments for the country, recording their first ever victory in 2004 after defeating Liechtenstein 1-0 in a friendly and picking up their first European Championship qualification point there in 2014 after drawing 0-0 with Estonia.
The Final of the national football cup of San Marino, the Coppa Titano is held annually in the stadium. Two local sides which played in the Italian league system, A.C. Juvenes/Dogana and A.S.D.V. San Marino used the stadium for home matches but have since moved elsewhere.
Three group matches of the 2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship were held there, with matches featuring Croatia, England, France and Romania.
Tenants: San Marino national football team
Tickets at Stadio Olimpico di Serravalle
San Marino national football team Tickets
Tickets for San Marino international matches are usually available to purchase from VivaTicket sales points across Italy and San Marino, or from the San Marino Football Federation headquarters on Strada di Montecchio. Tickets for the national team’s match with England in November 2021 cost €30 but for a match with Andorra in October 2021 cost €20.
You will be able to find the latest ticket information on the San Marino Football Federation website here (in Italian).
Location & Travel to Stadio Olimpico di Serravalle
The Stadio Olimpico di Serravalle is located in the castello of Serravalle in the north of the small country of San Marino.
Airport: San Marino has no airport, however the Federico Fellini International Airport in Rimini in Italy is just 16 kilometres to the east and can be reached by bus. The airport has flights to a fair selection of destinations across Europe. The next closest airports can be found at Forli (50km), Ancona (96km), Bologna (120km) and Florence (150km).
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Bus: There are eight bus lines that operate within San Marino, so you should be able to reach the stadium no matter where you are staying. The regular bus service between Rimini and San Marino terminates at at Rimini railway station and the San Marino coach station.
Train: There is no railway station in San Marino, the closest being Rimini railway station 14 kilometres away and reachable via bus.
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Walk: The stadium is located just over half a kilometre from Serravalle and can be reached via Rancaglia.