Turnover: 31.8 million EUR (2021)
Corriere dello Sport-Stadio is one of the best-known sports newspapers in Italy, with a history dating back to 1924 when it was founded as Corriere dello Sport.
The newspaper has had many transformations and successes over the years. In 1952 a section dedicated to soccer was created, making it one of the first newspapers to specialize in the sport. In the 1960s, Corriere dello Sport was one of the first newspapers to use color photography and to introduce a "scoop" column.
In the 1970s the newspaper began to be published in tabloid format, under the name "Corriere dello Sport-Stadio." This new format allowed the newspaper to become even more popular, reaching a large audience of sports fans.
In the 1980s, Corriere dello Sport-Stadio evolved further, with the introduction of a column devoted to Formula 1 and motoring in general. In 1990 the newspaper launched its online edition, becoming one of the first sports newspapers in Italy to have an Internet presence.
In the years that followed, Corriere dello Sport-Stadio continued to innovate, introducing new sections and columns and becoming one of the most widely read and appreciated sports newspapers in Italy. In 2019, the newspaper was purchased by the GEDI publishing group, which confirmed its editorial line and market positioning.
Today, Corriere dello Sport-Stadio continues to be a point of reference for sports fans in Italy, with extensive coverage of all sports disciplines and a focus on soccer, which is its specialty.