Parma website window into new venue work


Parma Calcio stadium update May 2024 Image: Parma Calcio

The Parma Calcio 1913, which recently got promoted to the top flight of the Italian football league system Serie A, is going to start work on their refurbished home – the Enno Tardini Stadium in Parma, Italy – in June 2025.

The club has launched a dedicated website in this regard which will update on the stadium plans. The scheme of things includes demolishing and rebuilding the Enno Tardini Stadium and building the facility to the highest international standards. The redevelopment is part of a wider plan to internationalize and enhance the entire City.

‘PARMA CALCIO’ stated that the website mentions that the club is awaiting the final nod from the Parma City Council.

The Parma Calcio 1913, commonly known as Parma, is an Italian professional football club based in Parma, Emilia-Romagna (Italy), which will compete in Serie A, the top tier of Italian football, following promotion from Serie B in the 2023-2024 seasons. Recently, it sealed promotion back to Serie A.

The 22,352-capacity Ennio Tardini Stadium, commonly referred to as just Il Tardini, is a football stadium in Parma, Italy, located near the center of Parma, between the town center and the City walls. It is the home of Parma Calcio 1913. The stadium was built in 1923 and was named after one of Parma’s former Presidents, Ennio Tardini.

Parma Calcio stadium update May 2024Image: Parma Calcio

Development work on Parma Calcio’s redeveloped home ground is set to begin in June 2025, with a temporary home set to house the club whilst construction takes place.

A Sustainable Project

‘PARMA CALCIO’ further stated that the website mentions that the new stadium and the surrounding area will be an international example for environmental sustainability: Reduction of emissions, installation of photovoltaic (PV) panels, recovery of rainwater and various incentives towards the use of public mobility will become key points of the entire work. The new facility will also have an important social significance as a large public space will be created outside the West Stand dedicated to the City of Parma. Spaces will also be created for the organisation of public events and everyone, regardless of their motor skills, will be able to access any sector of the stadium and the entire area.


The new stadium will be a cutting-edge facility and an international point of reference. It will be a stadium dedicated to everyone, there will be offers for the most demanding fans, but the essence that football represents will be maintained: The most popular and inclusive sport in the world which must also remain accessible to all.

One will be able to experience the matches like never before, immersed in a new, unique, unforgettable atmosphere.

The Numbers

A completely covered stadium with 20,986 seats structured as follows:

  • The East Grandstand with a capacity of 5,000 seats;
  • The Tribuna Petitot, with a capacity of 5,377 seats, divided into different sectors, in this area the Press Tribune and the Authority Tribune will be located;
  • The Curva Nord with a capacity of 5,263 seats; and
  • The Curva Sud with a capacity of approximately 5,346 seats.

Stadium Offerings:

  • Thirty-four (34) Skyboxes;
  • Nine lounges;
  • Two thousand three hundred and fifty one (2,351) premium seats;
  • 20,000 m2 of public open spaces every day; and
  • Parma Football and Sports Museum in Parma.

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