Cosenza, there is the long-awaited OK: the “Rao” Grandstand is open. Tickets on sale today


By John

There is a lot of anticipation for the derby between Cosenza and Catanzaro. While waiting for the coindown to end, the first verdict arrived yesterday afternoon: there is the ok for the opening of the “Rao” Grandstand, subject – in the last few days – to inspections to understand if there were the necessary usability conditions after the restyling. The over 1000 available tickets will go on sale starting this morning, both online and at the box office (as early as 10am).

Cosenza's press release

“The rainbow over the “Rao” on the eve of the derby: green light from the Supervisory Commission, from today at 10am: tickets for the Rao Covered Grandstand can be purchased at the box offices of the Curve Nord and Sud, in Vivaticket retailers and online (full 32 euros, 28 euros reduced). The “Marulla” is therefore entirely available again for rossoblù supporters! The interventions foreseen in the timetable drawn up by Cosenza Calcio have been completed, thanks to the acceleration given after the reopening of the lower part of Stand B. This afternoon has arrived the positive opinion on the reopening of the Rao Tribune by the Supervisory Commission on public entertainment venues. The Commission, meeting at the Cosenza headquarters, assessed the correctness of the interventions carried out, recognizing the quality of the work carried out. The long period of closure had deprived the fans of a much-loved sector and at the same time causing damage to its image since a large part of the stadium was shown desolately empty in front of the camera: “We have invested resources and commitment to quickly reach a solution – stated the President Eugenio Guarascio – eliminating an inconvenience that had persisted for years”. The result achieved is the result of the great commitment of the workers employed and the precious coordination carried out by the Head of Security of Cosenza Calcio Eng. Luca Giordano and the Director of Works Eng. Filippo Albano”.