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Discussion in 'Soccer Board' started by snowfx2, Jun 8, 2011.
Tokyo - Olympic Stadium
Imprint looks like the Millennium Falcon
San Sebastian - Estadio Anoeta
I text my friend that lives here to ask where Sociedad was gonna play for the beginning of the season, but he claims they're gonna finish the inside of this before the season starts. I'm skeptical hippo on this
New White Hart Lane
For some reason, it's near impossible to find decent pics in or around the stadium from ground level. So this youtube will have to do
Tirana, Albania - National Stadium
Bratislava - National Stadium
Project Desciption: Ankara Stadium is a majestic welcome that draws passionate fans in to a world-class stadium that represents Turkey’s heritage and future, while challenging the expectations of what soccer stadium experience can be. Dedicated to football and designed by Bahadır Kul Architects, specialized in stadium designs, the new 55.000-seat Ankara stadium will replace the existing "Ankara 19 Mayıs Stadium." The future stadium will achieve UEFA category IV (the highest level) and it will be used for matches within the Turkish Football League, UEFA Europa League and UEFA Champions League and for National team matches (FIFA and UEFA). Through an understanding of global trends shaping the fan experience and 7/24 functioning vision for the sport’s future, Ankara Stadium will transform an entire region’s expectations.
I like the Albania and Bratislava national stadiums because they don’t look like a cookie cutter Emirates rip off like most new stadiums do these days.
update: city approved their proposal. goes to a voter referendum in november. per their agreement with the MLS, construction has to begin by october 2019
Where in the city/area is this? Seems like the proposed site has changed half a dozen times over the years
the land is currently a golf course right next to the airport.
I assume that's infinitely less expensive than the waterfront idea they were trying to push? Is this going to be a good locale or turn into Marlins Park 2.0?
They should just tear down Marlins Park and put it there and move the Marlins to...anywhere else.
waterfront idea died years ago. it’s actually very close to Marlins Park. There’s no problem with the location of either stadium though
Looks better than Euro Trip Bratislava
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how accessible is golf course site to metro rail airport station?
not at all tbh
I thought under proposal there would be a pathway from intermodal station to stadium
not too familiar with the plan besides the basics
Venice - Nuovo Stadio Venezia
The Mayor of Venice, Luigi Brugnaro, and Venezia FC President, Joe Tacopina, have presented the project today.
The stadium will be built on a 40 hectares site near the Venezia "Marco Polo" International Airport, the national highway Venezia-Trieste and a new rail station.
The project, designed by Matt Rossetti Architects, would include a four star hotel with 150 rooms, entertainment, retail, dining and 8.7 hectares of green spaces.
The private investment amounts to 200 million euros. The stadium and the nearest areas will open in August 2023.
The renderings look super futuristic. Awfully meh imo
New White Hart Lane
Aren’t they supposed to open that in September?? Seems a lot of work to still finish.
New vs Old
Just gonna post youtubes of Spurs new stadium. The thread on ssc is extremely exhausting, as they're currently on a 6 page argument about the cladding.
Inglewood - Rams Stadium
Roof Support is fucking gigantic
Athens - Agia Sophia (AEK Athens)
Hence the name Allianz Field
You know I almost googled the name before I posted that
Youtube of the new render and construction process
San Sebastian- Estadio Anoeta (Real Sociedad)
Minnesota - Allianz Field
Budapest - Puskas Stadium
They're gonna try to build this into the seabed, wtf
That sounds like a bad idea...