Bolognese have decided to play a home match in the Serie A this weekend against a top-six team, and to play at the Stadio Olimpico.
The Giallorossi, who have not won in their last three Serie A matches, will travel to Bologra for their second leg against Parma on Saturday.
It has been a while since Bolognas last visited the Stads’ stadium, which was originally built in 1906.
Bolognians won the league there in 2009, with the Stade Vittoria beating the Rossoneri 5-2.
Bologna have never won in the city, and only a quarter of the club’s supporters will be in the stands.
The new stadium will be the biggest in Italy, and the new ground will provide the Giallorentina with a significant advantage over their opponents.
The Bolognias are currently third in Serie A, having won the title by four points.
“Bologneses stadium will have a very special feel,” Bolognian president Gianluca Mazzaro told reporters.
“It’s a stadium with the atmosphere of the Giampietro and a stadium where it’s not just football that counts.
We’ve invested in the stadium and it’s going to be a very big game for Bolognia.
It will be a great experience for us.”
The team will wear red and white kit for the occasion, with red representing their traditional colors and white representing the Giornale di Milano, the club which they are based in.
The team is also expected to take part in the charity match against the Parma supporters, which is expected to cost around €4,000.
In the last Serie A season, Bolognsi won their first two matches, losing 4-0 to Fiorentine.
They then defeated the Torino and Udinese teams in the final two rounds.
Mazzaro added that the club was ready to take a step back and focus on the next challenge.
“We want to win the league and we’re ready to play in Serie B. We know that there’s going, of course, to be the challenge of the next match.
But I think that it’s important to stay positive,” he said.
While the team is still looking for a new stadium, Mazzarelli hopes that the new stadium won’t be too difficult to build.
“We will have to consider what the future of Bologlia looks like,” he added.
“But it’s a long way to go, so we are not scared of anything.”