New stadium Estadio Único de Villa Mercedes
It may have been cheap and built really fast, but it still ended up being one of the most distinctive stadiums in Argentina and beyond. After all, you nominated it to become Stadium of the Year 2017, must have deserved it!
Mexico City loses rights to León stadium
In a rare case, the Mexican supreme court has required the municipality of León to return Estadio León to a private businessman within 30 days. Taxpayers are thus left without a professional football stadium. Can another one be built?
The best stadiums of the Germany 2006 World Cup
The World Cup of 2006 was hosted in Germany and a big reason for the now four-time winners' bid succeeding was that they already had a number of great stadiums to use for the event. This saved valuable time and money when it came to the planning stage, and the Germans were able to showcase real-life stadiums as opposed to artist impressions and models that some other countries had to use.
Buenos Aires Leisure instead of new Boca stadium
32,000 square meters earmarked for the new Boca Juniors stadium is now seeing construction begin. But not on the stadium itself, it's now replaced by recreation and community areas.
South Africa Entire roof blown off by wind
Had the roof travelled 20 meters more, it would have hit houses beside the stadium. Still, the extent of damages is surprisingly large, mainly due to constant lack of maintenance of the stadium.
Turkey Lighting tests in Tire, but construction not finished
One of the more bizarre stadium projects in Turkey is slowly concluding. Which would have been great news if not the deadline of July 2017, which clearly wasn't met.
Portugal Porto fans evacuated after cracks found in Estoril stadium
It seemed very dangerous for a few moments, but no-one has been injured in the end. Supporters of FC Porto were asked to leave the north stand in Estoril after serious cracks were found.
London Unanimous support for Stamford Bridge
On Monday evening the council cabinet of Hammersmith and Fulham decided to opt for compulsory purchase order of the one remaining house that could block Chelsea's new stadium.
New design They call it the second “bird's nest”
And, spoiler alert, there's absolutely no resemblance on the visual side. Still, you should see what's being built in Zhengzhou's new western district. Only in China can a complex of this scale remain unnoticed for so long.
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- Tokyo: Great progress for 2020 Olympics
- Milan: Tensions around San Siro as Milan drops out
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- Berlin: No future for Hertha at Olympiapark?
- Albania: Tirana stadium around 50% ready
- Belarus: Minsk national stadium significantly behind schedule
- Spain: Second grandstand in Vigo to come in a month
- Saudi Arabia: First matches with women coming this week
- Amsterdam: Last portion of red seats at ArenA
- Kuwait: 40 people injured at Gulf Cup final
- Valencia: Gate falls onto woman with small baby
- Rio de Janeiro: Flamengo need more time to evaluate stadium site
- Las Vegas: Raiders to foot (a bit of) the infrastructure bill
- Genoa: Marassi for sale, but to whom?
- Denver: Stadium naming removal in sight
- Glasgow: Could empty Hampden sink Queens Park?
- Naples: Two plots proposed for new Napoli stadium
- Liverpool: Everton confirm cost increase
- USA: Could Nashville have the best MLS stadium?