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Stadio San Nicola

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Stadio San Nicola

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Da616a2 wrote a review Sep 2019
Dublin, Ireland18 contributions7 helpful votes
We got tickets to go and see Bari play against local rivals Monopoli and it was a fantastic experience. The stadium is impressive, even though only a fraction of is filled by the fans but the atmosphere is absolutely fantastic. The Ultras sang through the entire match and everyone was in a party mood. Get a ticket for the Curve Nord where the home fans are based. Also, seat numbers don’t mean much so you more or less just find a space. Get the number 20 bus from Bari Centrale, outside the train station. Tickets are only €1. The bus takes an hour to get to the stadium and goes all over the place but it’s extremely cheap compared to a taxi. After the match, the bus is on the opposite side of the road from where it dropped you but will say Spezialle something instead of #20 and it’ll take you right back into town. Highly recommend going here for a match.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Ian Purvis wrote a review Dec 2018
Newbury, United Kingdom49 contributions54 helpful votes
Bari was a big club in the 90s and signed a number of English players perhaps most notably Platty. When I visited they had been relegated to Serie D after financial problems. The stadium is way out of town. Catch a no 20 bus from Piazza Moro for one €1. A 40 minute journey. There isn't much at the ground in way of facilities so don't get there too early. The fans make a lot of noise considering the ground is no more than 10% full. If you're a ground hopper then it's well worth the effort.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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MelH64 wrote a review Sep 2017
Greater London, United Kingdom246 contributions111 helpful votes
Out of town, reached by a bus from outside the station, 13 euros on the Curva Nord, 2.5 euros for a tin of beer. About thirty years old now but still a decent enough ground, at night Steven Spielberg could use it for Close Encounters 2.
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Date of experience: August 2017
mark201180 wrote a review May 2016
Madrid, Spain71 contributions44 helpful votes
This is a stadium built for the car. Getting there on the bus was not too much of a problem, getting home was not so much. There was one bus and when we reached it it was packed. We decided to wait for the next one, if a group of Italians had not offered to share a taxi I think we'd still be there so be aware, either get on the bus or arrange a taxi. Getting tickets was straight forward, we went through viva ticket in a tabbachi, search online for locations and make sure you have ID. To get to the stadium via bus take the 20 from the train station. Allow at least an hour before kick off due to traffic and a short walk at the end. The stadium is an interesting design stemming back from Italia 90, it is a bit dated as are other stadiums in Italy. We saw a Serie B game at the end of the season with some promotion on offer to Bari. The stadium wasn't full by any means but the Curva was. Get seats where you can watch them for a great show.
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Date of experience: May 2016