After last year's success, the Fan Village at the Nitto ATP Finals becomes even bigger. Covering an area of 8.000 square meters, this space enriches the venue as a natural extension of the show inside the Pala Alpitour. It offers an immersive experience, representing the core identity of the event: hospitality, relaxation, and fun.
The Fan Village is organized in three areas. The first pavillion is reserved to the partners of the event. The second represents the main innovation of this year: the Play Garden, a pavilion where nature, sport and innovation come together. It's an impressive bioclimatic greenhouse, designed to recover heat from the neighbouring structures, thus ensuring energy efficiency and reducing the energy requirements of the entire Fan Village. All this adds up to a unique experience for spectators, who can admire the sky from inside the pavilion.
Four pickleball courts will be available in this area to the public with the help of instructors from the Italian Tennis and Padel Federation (FITP).
The third area, the Food Court, is dedicated to food and wine. Larger than in the past and with an even richer offer, it is a space where spectators can enjoy food and wine excellence, ranging from traditional flavours to street food.
- DOWNLOAD THE FAN VILLAGE MAP (PDF)
- DOWNLOAD THE RESTAURANT MENU (PDF)
- OFFICIAL PROGRAMME (28Mb, PDF)
In fact, there are: "Fior Food by La Credenza" offering a la carte, I Love Poke, Antica Focacceria San Francesco, Poormanger, Revolucion, Rosso Rubino, Pasticceria La Baita, Sushi del Maslè, Il Casaro Nero, Skassapanza, Crunchy Pizza, Twenty Rolls, The Longevity Kitchen, Antica Focacceria San Francesco and BaoLab.
F&B starts in Piazzale Grande Torino with Central Bar Lavazza and Food Corner (Antica Focacceria San Francesco, Kiki, Pastificio Defilippis).
A special area will be dedicated to children, who will also be able to meet Lob & Drop, the Nitto ATP Finals mascots. During the nine days of the Fan Village, young people will be the main protagonists. Every morning, primary and secondary schools are invited to play tennis with the help of teachers and coaches from the FITP "Roberto Lombardi" Higher Training Institute.
The Nitto ATP Finals is confirmed as an 'event centered on its audience'. The Fan Village, in fact, is open to spectators and residents as well. Access is free (no ticket required) all day on November 11, the opening day, and 20; and every evening on November 12 to 19 starting at 21:00. The Fan Village will close at midnight or one hour after the end of the last match of the day.
The Fan Village embraces Piazzale Grande Torino and the Marathon Tower where video mapping will transform the outdoor spaces making them even more engaging.