Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells (MCFC) operate at temperatures ranging from 600 to ; high temperatures allow to obtain low internal losses with large benefits in terms of generated electric power. A new geometry for small sized MCFCs is proposed in this paper. Cell thermofluidodynamic performance has been analyzed through a numerical code. Simulation results verified the suitability of the proposed cell design solutions. A stack consisting of three elementary units has been created in order to experimentally evaluate the proposed cell performance.