- Address: Via Raimondo Carta Raspi, Cagliari
- Country: Italian Republic
- Capacity: 16,000
- Opened: 10 September 2017
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Cagliari Calcio (football)
Extra stadium info – Unipol Domus
The stadium, which is located on the island of Sardinia, opened as the Sardegna Arena. It opened with a football match between Cagliari Calcio and FC Crotone. The home side won the Italian top-division game 1-0. Cagliari Calcio, the first sports club from Sardinia with 100,000 followers on its main social media page, was founded in 1920. They played their first-ever Italian top-flight league game in 1964. In 1970, Cagliari Calcio were crowned Italian champions for the first time in their history. They drew an average home attendance of 25,000 during that domestic league season.
Luigi Riva, born in 1944, played hundreds of matches for Cagliari Calcio. He scored numerous goals for the club. Riva became the record goalscorer for the national football team of the Italian Republic. He scored 35 goals for the national football team. Luigi Riva appeared 42 times for the Italian team. In 1970, he played a FIFA World Cup final with the national football team of the Italian Republic. Brazil won the match, which took place in Mexico City, 4-1. Luigi Riva ended his professional football career in the 1970s.