- Address: Piazza Vincenzo Spedini, Catania
- Country: Italian Republic
- Capacity: 23,000
- Opened: 1937
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Catania FC (football)
Extra stadium info – Stadio Angelo Massimino
The stadium, which has an athletics track, is among the main sports venues on the island of Sicily. It is named after a former chairman of Catania Football Club. The venue was named Stadio Cibali. The national rugby union team of the Italian Republic played their first match at the stadium on 1 October 1994. They won the game against Romania 24-6. The national football team of the Italian Republic played their first match at the venue named Stadio Angelo Massimino on 28 January 1998. They won the game against the Slovak Republic 3-0. A crowd of 23,000 showed up for the match.
Catania Football Club
Catania FC played their first Italian top-flight football league games in the 20th century. In 2006, they played their first Italian top-flight football league games in the 21th century. Catania FC drew an average home attendance of 16,000 during that domestic league season. They finished 13th place in the Italian top division in that league season. Catania FC stayed in the Italian top-flight football league until 2014. That year, they were relegated to the second level of Italian football.