Roma president Jim Pallotta has hailed Tuesday's news that the city of Rome has given final approval for the club's Stadio della Roma project.
The decision, confirmed at a meeting between the four main decision-making bodies involved on Tuesday evening, means the club can now start construction work on the Tor di Valle site - and means fans worldwide can now begin looking forward to the completion of a new home for the Giallorossi.
"This is a pivotal day for Rome and for AS Roma," Pallotta said. "First of all, I would like to thank the institutions and authorities for working with such dedication and transparency to complete the long and complex administrative process required for our project to get the green light.
"I'm delighted because I know what this decision could mean for Rome itself, for our club's future and for our fans - and we want to give them the home they deserve.
"We are all excited to put shovels in the ground and to build what we are sure will make all current and future Roma fans worldwide even more proud to wear our colours and sing our songs.
"Our stadium complex will be a continuation of Rome's development and a small part of its incredibly rich history. The stadium will also be important in helping return Italian football to its rightful place. Forza Roma."