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Discussion in 'Soccer Board' started by snowfx2, Jun 8, 2011.
Curitiba - Arena de Baixada WC 2014
Porto Alegre - Beira Rio WC 2014
Just read they plan on opening Nou Mestalla in 2 years. Work hasn't started back yet and they're changing the facade.
Kazan - Rubin Stadium WC 2018
Monterrey - Estadio de Futbol Monterrey
Marseille - Stade Velodrome
Update on Zenit's clusterfuck
Violations Found in Zenit Stadium Build
ST. PETERSBURG, January 14 (R-Sport) - Russia's Audit Chamber has uncovered a number of violations in the construction of Zenit St. Petersburg's new stadium, including the lack of a building permit.
The $1.3 billion arena, which will host a World Cup 2018 semifinal and Zenit St. Petersburg home games, was due to open in 2008 but has suffered repeated delays and ever-rising costs, a process that Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said last year “looks disgraceful.”
Now, the country's main auditing body has uncovered a raft of transgressions in the construction process on Krestovsky Island, the site of the club's former Kirov Stadium.
"During checks, a number of violations were discovered including the use of material from the demolished stadium in the building of the new stadium and the improper storage of 63,000 spectator seats at a cost of 287 million rubles ($9.4 million)," the Audit Chamber said in a statement.
"In addition to that, in the period of 2006-2008, work was carried out without a building permit, and in 2010-2012, without approved project documents."
The stadium’s capacity will be 68,000, increased from the original figure of 62,000, to comply with general FIFA standards for semifinal venues.
FIFA is in the process of assessing the feasibility of host city arenas, and has not yet requested any changes to their designs.
The completion date is set for 2014, Alexei Sorokin, the head of Russia’s World Cup organizing committee has said, although some reports have claimed the project may only be completed in 2017.
The stadium was designed to look like a spaceship by renowned Japanese architect Kisho Kurosawa, who died in 2007.
'Lack of a building permit'
So they have scaffolding hanging off the roof. Looks insane
This is why I'm not an architect.
New Atlanta Stadium
That thing is cruising along and looks awesome, definitely need to make an attempt to get FSU-Alabama tickets when it opens in two years
so what's wrong with the Georgia Dome again?
It's "old" as it was opened in 1992 IIRC which was before all of the luxury type stuff all of the new stadiums have.
Taxpayers already paid for that one?
FWIW $200 mil, which is the max public contribution, is coming from a hotel tax.
Kahn has scrapped plans for this expansion and is going with another architect to design something else. My guess it'll be a cheaper plan
Love this thread
Forgot this thread existed. El_Pato
Hope to post more a little later tonight
I like city construction in general, but the skyscraper city forum can be daunting at times
Bernabeu to get $400m euros renovation set to begin at the end of the season and to be completed by 2020. It will include the addition of a retractable roof and LED displays outside the stadium.
Man this thing really slowed down.
Looks like a completely new stadium wow
The explosion of purpose built soccer stadiums and their overall success in this country over the past decade or so has been amazing and great to see.
Latest aerial snaps from the new ground.
Pretty cool to see the excitement around FC Cincinnati in just there second year. If they can sustain the attendance that they have had so far I could see MLS come calling in a few years.
North Carolina FC proposed stadium in Raleigh: http://www.northcarolinafc.com/news...raleigh--releases-initial-stadium-renderings-
Chelsea are reportedly prepared to miss out on sponsorship revenue in order to keep ‘Stamford Bridge’ as part of the name of their redeveloped stadium.
Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/07/26/chels...ew-stadium-name-choice-6806682/#ixzz4nxK7KlC1
I will start caring when they actually break ground on something. Not projected to be done until 2023-2024 now?
I hope that doesn't limit their purchasing power
Had to wait forever for approval by the town of Fulham.
Dan Gilbert and Tom Gores are one step closer to getting the land necessary for their proposed stadium in Detroit.
I have to think that Detroit will get an MLS team if they get the land for the project. I doubt the league will turn down a partnership between two billionaires.
New White Hart Lane
should be there in march. im so fucking excited.
Budapest - New Puskas Stadium Euro 2020
DC - Audi Field
Minnesota - Allianz Field
I enjoy when you do this.
Molineux should restart its development next summer so we’ve got that to look forward to.
Yes big ups to El_Pato, love the updates
Catalonia has approved the renovation of the Camp Nou and the area surrounding it. It should start in the summer of 2019
San Sebastian - Estadio Anoeta (Real Sociedad)
proposed miami mls stadium. they're presenting their proposal to the city counsel this week