Stadio Flaminio
The Stadio Flaminio is a stadium in Rome. It lies along the Via Flaminia, three kilometres northwest of the city centre, 300 metres away from the Parco di Villa Glori. The interior spaces include a covered swimming pool, rooms for fencing, amateur wrestling, weightlifting, boxing and gymnastics. It is now the home of Italy rugby union national team in its Six Nations tournament home matches. Stadio Flaminio is also the home of Atletico Roma F.C., an association football team playing in Lega Pro Prima Divisione. With a capacity of 32,000 (8,000 covered), it is the smallest of the Six Nations stadiums. It is no longer considered big enough for the Italian national team and there are frequent reports that the national team will be moving to Genoa or to the Stadio Olimpico di Roma.

History
Designed by Pier Luigi Nervi and Antonio Nervi, the stadium was built in July 1957, on the site of the previous Stadio Nazionale PNF. It was mostly devoted to football matches and served as the venue for the football final in the 1960 Summer Olympics. The stadium was originally slated to become the home of Praetorians Roma, a newly-formed team that would be one of Italy's two representatives in the Magners League. However, it was later decided that Benetton Treviso will replace Praetorians. Since 2000, the stadium has been the home of the Italy national rugby union team. The Italian Rugby Federation (FIR) announced, in January 2010, that the stadium would undergo an expansion, that will increase its capacity to 42,000, before the 2012 Six Nations Championship.