Stadio Ezio Scida - Crotone Stadium Guide

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Last Updated: July 17, 2021

Aerial View of Stadio Ezio Scida

Stadio Ezio Scida is a 9,631 capacity stadium, located in the southern city and commune of Crotone near the sole of Italy’s boot. Home to local side F.C. Crotone since 1946, Ezio Scida mostly entertains matches from Serie B but occasionally hosts Amerian Football matches of ASD Achaeans Crotone.

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Stadium Facts

Overview
Team:Crotone
Opened:2000
Capacity:9,631
Address: Crotone

Stadio Ezio Scida History

Construction on Stadio Ezio Scida began in 1935, however there are conflicting reports regarding when the stadium officially opened. Some sources suggest that the ground was delayed until opening in 1946 due to the onset of the Second World War, and others suggest that it opened just before the 1939.

Located on a road named after John Paul II who was the second longest serving pope in modern history, Stadio Ezio Scida is named after a former footballer of F.C Crotone who died whilst travelling to Castrovillari for a friendly match on 19th January 1946. Reportedly the team bus overturned due to a slippery road surface, and the match was cancelled as fans mourned the tragedy.

Until 1999 when large scale renovation work was undertaken to usher Stadio Ezio Scida into the new millennium, the stadium was only capable of accommodating 5,000 supporters per game. The expansion saw the creation of a new Curva Nord which was capable of seating 980 fans, and two large grandstands either side of the pitch capable of seating 2,500 and 2,329 fans respectively.

After Crotone automatically qualified for Serie B along with Siena during the 1999/2000 season the club essentially completed the stadium by adding a 2,940 capacity stand behind the southern goal end, the curva sud.  This is named after fan Giorgio Manzulli.

Stadio Ezio Scida has hosted one intentional match to date of the Italian B Team and Russia NFP on 28th November 2012. The game kicked-off at 12.00 pm on a weekday and was free for all to attend, which resulting in a record attendance of 10,000.

 

Crotone supporters inside the stadium

View of Stadio Ezio Scida

Stand Photos

Stadio Ezio Scida is comprised of four stands: North, East, South and West.

Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the Stadium.

Matchday Experience

Crotone Club Shop

The interior of Crotone club shop

Crotone Club Shop

How to get to Stadio Ezio Scida

Where is Stadio Ezio Scida?


Frequently Asked Questions

Who plays at Stadio Ezio Scida?

Italian side Crotone play their home matches at Stadio Ezio Scida.

What is the capacity of Stadio Ezio Scida?

As of 2021 Stadio Ezio Scida has an official seating capacity of 9,631 for Football matches.

When was Stadio Ezio Scida opened?

Stadio Ezio Scida officially opened in 2000 and is home to Crotone

Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?

Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Stadio Ezio Scida in 2021. Please visit the official website of Crotone for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.

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