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Discussion in 'Soccer Board' started by snowfx2, Jun 8, 2011.
That Portland ground gonna be legit with their greasy hippy fans
Watching a vid on YouTube of construction at the new Spurs stadium. They’re still putting up panels on the outside and doing a ton of work. Why the holy fuck was it ever announced they were gonna host matches at this venue in SEPTEMBER???
Allianz looks amazing.
Which one? Assume you mean Minnesota since it’s new. Pretty crazy how many stadiums they have naming rights on though.
yeah mls. watched some of the game.
Bayern Allianz is best Allianz. Respect my decision.
Louisville City FC
Athens - AEK Athens
Bergamo, Italy - Atalanta
I was there last week and walked by to get an exclusive update on the progress for TSB.
FC Cincinnati stadium that opens next spring
A flippin USL team. Love it Louisville
Any suburban based team with cheap available land should be doing this. Good for them.
Thanks for the bump, nothing to do tomorrow so I'll probably do a long over due dump of construx
cant wait for the new Milan grounds break ground. The updates will be glorious.
It’s been finished for a while, but I drove by the old Lockhart Stadium, which is Inter Miami’s new home. It’s pretty fly.
They did that in like 2 months. It looked like a scene from the living dead when they announced they’d play there.
I know, I used to sit in that parking lot and do my paperwork
Beckham’s face that entire press conference. He was so pissed.
Madrid - Bernabeu
London - Craven Cottage
Buenos Aires - El Monumental
Hopefully next time it wont take a year to put some stuff in here
my word that's gorgeous
Does anything ever get built in Italy?
I have absolutely zero idea but the way you frame that question makes me lean towards no
I just know Roma has been trying to get a new stadium started for years and I think Fiorentina is in a similar boat. Sounds like tons of red tape and government corruption.
They seem to be very close to getting the OK. They had to redo some of the plans outside of the stadium to keep parts of San Siro.
Things get built in Italy.... just incredibly slowly.
The bigger problem is restoration vs. new construction.... restoration is ALWAYS on-going for tax reasons and "everything in Italy is super old" reasons.
Madrid - Bernabeu
Love when this thread is updated
Austin looks good
Austin’s stadium location looks terrible. Cincy and Columbus are in great locations next to/basically in downtown.
Thought the same thing. Stadium looks nice, location looks brutal. And fuck everything about that club and its owner.*
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