What will the new features look like?

  • All sectors of the new Tardini Stadium will be covered with a roof able to reduce the noise impact on the surrounding areas and on the homes of residents in the area, while also improving the internal acoustics
  • The built-in lighting in the roof has been designed to significantly reduce the light pollution.
  • The reconfiguration of the stands will make them accessible to all, allowing for more space around the facility, but also opening the stadium to the city, creating new meeting spaces, dedicated for example to sport, without reducing the internal capacity of the structure.
  • To ensure the well-being and a high quality of life of the community, studies were carried out on the management of flows on competition days and during the week. In view of this, measures will be implemented to improve traffic management, while a covered car park with over 160 spaces will be built, which will be open to the public throughout the week. In addition, new bicycle parking spaces will be created, and the presence of urban greenery will be significantly increased.
  • The stadium will be an integral part of the city’s ecological network. The project aims to protect the soil and the habitat, and to ensure water conservation and the use of sustainable energy.
  • The facility will be equipped with state-of-the-art technology and will be built with ecological materials with the utmost attention towards the environment.

To ensure the implementation of sustainable policies, Parma Calcio and Krause Group have decided to rely on a multidisciplinary team of experts and consultants, led by Arcadis Italia, a company of international scope that specialises in urban regeneration and environmental consultancy, which is the Developer Manager and Project Manager.

Sustainability, therefore, is at the heart of the stadium’s regeneration process.

The project will in no way lead to further land consumption and will feature technologies that will allow for a reduction in water consumption, the use of renewable energy, and an improvement in sustainable waste management. Green areas will be another fundamental component of the project.

In addition, in the coming months, there will be a careful Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) that will allow us to further our knowledge of all aspects relating to the sustainability of the project and will provide a clear and precise picture of the measures needed to be taken to make the Tardini sustainable.