Dacia Arena

A model for European stadiums of the future

An architectural masterpiece

Futuristic architecture and multifunctionality are seamlessly merged at the groundbreaking Dacia Arena. Besides rebuilding the stands behind each goal and the Tribuna Distinti (the east stand), a total refurbishment of the west stand was also a key part of the club’s project.


Dacia Arena was designed to allow fans to get as close to the players as possible. There are no barriers separating supporters from the pitch because the stadium is and must be a safe space  suitable for children and families too. All 25,132 seats are covered and have been designed to offer stunning views at all times. The team dugouts feature a special system ensuring the view of the pitch is never encroached upon.

Bluenergy Stadium, la sostenibilità al centro

Costruito sullo stesso sito dell'impianto  precedente, con il recupero dei materiali della demolizione, e concepito per essere attivo sette giorni su sette, Bluenergy Stadium è anche CO2 free, grazie alle opere di efficientamento energetico e alle forniture green garantite da Bluenergy. Interventi che hanno consentito un risparmio di 4.850,64 tonnellate di CO2. Anche grazie a questa attenzione all'ambiente, Udinese è risultata il club più sostenibile della Serie A nel contesto del Brand Finance Football Sustainability Index 2023, classificazione basata sui parametri ESG che ha posizionato il club bianconero addirittura al 4° posto a livello mondiale.


Udinese’s home for 40 years has also hosted other sporting and international events. Besides regular Serie A fixtures, some games at Italia 1990 took place here, as well as other matches involving the Italy national team. In 2005/06, Dacia Arena was graced with Champions League football, as Udinese took on Barcelona, Werder Bremen and Panathinaikos in the club’s only venture into Europe’s elite club competition to date. The venue has also played host to several high-profile concerts, with the likes of Vasco Rossi, Ligabue, Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, AC/DC and Metallica filling the stands in recent years.


Dacia Arena can provide the perfect setting for your work meetings.
Arranging to meet team managers, partners, collaborators, agents, distributors and clients at one of the most modern stadiums in Europe is the ideal way to showcase your company’s vision, future plans and targets.


The stadium will soon be completed from an aesthetic point of view – thanks to a new façade on the west stand – as part of the pre-existing structure has not yet been rebuilt. The restyling of the façade will ensure the arena has a consistent image and offers top-quality services in the corporate hospitality areas.
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Dacia Arena is spread across three levels. On the ground floor, there will be a fitness centre, sports shops, family services and leisure areas. Level one is dedicated to the matchday experience and will soon also be home to the Museum for Sport in Friuli. Other event-related services are planned for level two, as well as offices for connected bodies, such as the Friuli-Venezia Giulia branch of the Italian National Olympic Committee. 


Given that the stadium has been designed as a hub for sportspeople and families, the businesses and services located here are available every day. The new stadium offers companies a range of desirable options for hosting major business meetings and events.