Napoli go in to the 2018-19 season after a summer of change, most notably Carlo Ancelotti replacing Maurizio Sarri on the bench.
The Partenopei amassed 91 points last season but still weren’t able to pip Juventus to the Scudetto, leading President Aurelio De Laurentiis to turn to one of the world’s most successful Coaches.
The past three seasons have been based around ‘Sarrismo’, Sarri’s trademark style, and it’ll be interesting to see how they react now he and the crucial cog in his machine, Jorginho, have decamped to Chelsea.
Going to a Napoli match at the Stadio San Paolo is an incredible experience. If you have never been, here is everything you need to know for a great time in Naples. Click here for a seating chart of the Stadio San Paolo.
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S.S.C. Napoli is an Italian club based in Naples. The club was founded in 1926 and is the fourth most supported team in the country. The club is nicknamed the Azzurri (The Blues).
The club’s home stadium is the Stadio San paolo, which seats over 60,000 spectators and is regularly filled by the club’s fans.
Napoli has won the Italian Serie A title on two occasions, most recently in 1990. The club has also won 4 Coppa Italias and a UEFA Cup.
Directions To Stadio San Paolo
Stadio San Paolo is in a suburb of Naples called Fuorigrotta, which is to the West of central Naples not far from the water. The stadium itself would be a long 1.5 hour walk from the city center, but it’s quite close to the Campi Flegri subway station.
From central Naples, it’s 7 stops on the FS Metropolitana line in the Bagnoli direction, which is only a 15-minute trip. You’ll be able to see the stadium when you come out of the subway station – and you may even be able to see Mount Vesuvius, too.
Driving Directions to Stadio San Paolo:
From the Piazza Municipio in central Naples, head for the water and take a right on Via Ammiraglio Ferdinando Acton. This road curves to the right with the harbor and becomes Galleria della Vittoria. You’ll then take a right on Via Domenico Morelli, and a quick left on Riviera di Chiaia.
Stay on this road, even as it curves to the left and becomes Via Piedigrotta, then Salita della Grotta, and then Galleria delle 4 Giornate. Just as this road is becoming Via Caio Duilio, you’ll turn right at Via Consalvo. Stay on this road as it curves to the left, and then you’ll take a left onto Via Terracina.
As Via Terracina turns into Via Mario Gigante, you’ll need to turn left to stay on Via Terracina, and then turn left again toward the stadium.