Fever Pitch

Are you a die-hard sports fan? Do you rarely miss a soccer match or a game of tennis between Nadal and Federer?
Do you ever fantasize about throwing yourself into the fray during the 6 Nations championship?
If you answered yes to 2 out of 3 questions, then Foro Italico, “the City of Sports,” built in the 1930s and decorated with imposing statues, awaits you.
Enjoy a soccer match at the Olympic stadium with Rome’s very own soccer team, “Roma,” with star player, Francesco Totti, known as “The King of Rome” and coach, Frenchman Rudy Garcia.
Reserve a ticket for the Rome Masters or for the 6 Nations Championship in 2015.
Between games, cool off and dive into the magnificent Olympic pool surrounded by marble and mosaics!


Parco del Foro Italico
Stadio Olimpico, Stadio dei Marmi, Stadio Centrale del Tennis e Stadio del Nuoto
Lungotevere Maresciallo Cadorna– 00194 Roma
www.coni.it- Coni
www.federnuoto.it/centri-federali/c-f-complesso-natatorio-foro-italico.html - Federnuoto
Ponte della Musica
Viale delle Olimpiadi 60
it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ponte_della_Musica-Armando_Trovajoli - Storia

AS Roma
www.asroma.it - Sito Web
Internazionali di Tennis
www.internazionalibnlditalia.com - Sito web
6 Nations

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