This is the first time we’ve put together a list of the best stadiums in Europe, as we look ahead to the 2018-19 season.
This year’s Serie A is looking good, but we’ve also been looking at some of the biggest challenges facing Italy as well as the country’s other major leagues.
The Europa League is an exciting prospect and we look forward to the big matches in France and Germany this season.
We know the best venues are in cities where the average crowd is around 20,000, so the average attendances in the stadiums will be lower.
This will certainly affect the number of games, and we will also look at how the attendance will compare with the likes of Wembley Stadium in London, which has a capacity of almost 30,000.
This is a list that we hope you enjoy and share with your friends, family and colleagues.
We’re confident we’ve provided a wealth of information for you, but be aware that the stats may be biased because of the size of the stadiums.
We also know the biggest crowds can vary from year to year.
Some stadiums have more capacity than others, and some stadiums are home to a large number of players.
However, the stadiums we’ve ranked are the biggest, the biggest games and the biggest venues in Italy.
Here’s the list of stadiums we’re looking forward to visiting in 2018-2019:In addition to stadiums, we have some of Italy’s most important events taking place in other stadiums too.
At the same time, we’ll also be introducing a number of new attractions for 2019, which we’ll keep you up to date on.
Stay tuned for the full list of fixtures in Italy, and stay tuned for our next guide to the best football stadiums in Italy which will be published in October.