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AS Roma Reaches Stadium Deal With Mayor, City Officials

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 27 / 17

Serie A side AS Roma "struck a deal with city officials over building a new stadium in the Italian capital, opening the way for a project meant to boost" the club's revenue, according to Agnieszka Flak of REUTERS. The 52,500-seat Stadio Della Roma, to be built in the city's southwest, was originally...

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