Football Stadiums Tribute

A tribute to some Italian stadiums during the lockdown due to the Covid-19.

On March 10th, 2020, the Italian football league was suspended for the first time since World War II due to the coronavirus pandemic. A record loss of 770 million euros for the 20 first division clubs was registered. In particular, the impossibility for fans to attend matches at the stadiums resulted in an estimated loss of 100 million euros, according to Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Among the stadiums that remained empty for months, the oldest is Genoa’s Luigi Ferraris, built in 1911 and completely renovated between 1987 and 1989 by Vittorio Gregotti, a leading figure of XXth century Italian architecture.
Almanac of Suspension (Witty Books)

Rivista Undici (ITA)
Shukyu Magazine (JAP)

REFOCUS by MiBACT in collaboration with MUFOCO and Triennale Milano

REFOCUS at Triennale Milano, Milan 
Football: Designing the Beautiful Game at Design Museum,  London

Dotdotdot for Triennale Milano - REFOCUS from Dotdotdot on Vimeo.

Davide Coppo, Silvia Carollo