O'pened in 1990, Stadio San Nicola in the city of Bari is an exclusive soccer grounds. Built specially to host the 1990 World Cup, the stadium designed by Renzo Piano symbolizes the soccer fever of the territory. Foreground to the AS Bari Club, the stadium stands out due to its unique flower-shaped structure with 26 separate seating cubicles, each representing a flower petal. The stadium is spacious enough, provides for all state-of-the-art amenities and has a seating capacity of around 58,000. Besides hosting national and flagship football events, the stadium is also a multi-purpose cultural space.