Italy and Switzerland summit between the International Federation of Football, Sports and Health to assess the state of the Olympic stadium

Italy and Switzerland summit between the International Federation of Football, Sports and Health to assess the state of the Olympic stadium

MEDIASET – Italy and Switzerland, a summit between FIGC, Sport and Health to assess the state of the Olympic stadium

Tomorrow there will be a meeting between FIFA and Sport e Salute, the company that operates the Olympic stadium, to assess the state of the facility’s turf in light of the Italy-Switzerland match, crucial to the Azzurri’s qualification for the World Cup. Scheduled for November 12 at 8.45 pm in Rome. The mindless change of stadium filter and Joyce Stadium in Bergamo appear to be taking center stage. More than the turf conditions that Roma and Lazio coaches – Jose Mourinho and Maurizio Sarri – have repeatedly criticized in recent times, what is worrying is the large number of games scheduled before the game against the Swiss. At the Olympique, in addition to the matches scheduled for Lazio (October 27 against Fiorentina and November 7 with Salernitana) and Rome (October 31 with Milan and November 4 with Bodo/Glimt in the Congressional League), on November 6 there is also a rugby test match between Italy and New Zealand. Nothing has been decided yet and tomorrow’s meeting can set the outlines.

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