Collecchio, 21 June 2021 – Parma Calcio 1913 can announce that tomorrow, Tuesday 22 June, Gianluigi Buffon’s unveiling will take place at the Stadio Tardini, starting at 21:00 CEST.

The event, run by Monica Bertini and Fabrizio Romano, will be open to the public (with a maximum capacity of 1000 people, in line with COVID protocols) and entry will be totally free of charge.

Here is all the necessary information:


The one thousand spectators will be divided between two sections of the stadium, the Tribuna Petitot and the Curva Nord. Tickets will be needed and are available to purchase free of charge online, at the following Ticketone link: Gigi Back Tickets


Turnstiles at the ground will be open from 19:30 CEST. Whilst entering Stadio Tardini and during the event itself, spectators (those with tickets) must comply with the regulations for usage of the stadium and sit only in their assigned seat.

During opening, to avoid large crowds, all security and ticketing checks will happen in the courtyard area, to guarantee as much social distancing as possible.

Spectators’ temperature will be taken on arrival; if it exceeds 37.5°, they will be denied entry.

Inside the stadium, masks must be worn at all times, both in one’s seat and when moving around the ground. Toilets will be open and available throughout the stadium, and will be managed by stewards. Visitors will also be able to make use of the bars, in line with the same current regulations on social distancing and drinking.


Certain areas near to the pitch have been reserved for those with disabilities (and any people accompanying them).
They are asked to let the Club know of their requirements during this event before tomorrow, Tuesday 22 June, at 11 o’clock, by emailing the Parma Calcio Supporters Liaison Officer at

Their email must also include valid copies of both their ID and their disability certificate.