Germany Groundbreaking by year end?
Announced for 2019, construction of the new stadium in Freiburg may come some time sooner. Timely proceedings suggest groundbreaking in 2018 is realistic.
Bristol Indoor arena to join Ashton Gate
A 4,000-seat permanent indoor hall is expected to join Ashton Gate, along with offices, flats and two hotels. The latest, £100-million development should increase Bristol City's commercial advantage over local rivals.
Moscow VTB signs naming rights, opening in March
Though it was supposed to open in 2017 and then 2018, the new home of Dynamo Moskva will not host its first football game before March, 2019. Meanwhile, VTB has settled naming rights for the first 4 years in operation.
London Wembley changing its image as blocks grow
Eventually as many as 20,000 people are expected to live here comfortably. For now the northern approach to Wembley is changing its image as new 15-floor buildings are slowly growing in front of the legendary stadium.
#MisjaStadion 100 stadiums for centenary of independence!
At first we thought it's simply impossible. Now we're ready to go and launching #MisjaStadion. Why the Polish hashtag? Because we're about to add or update 100 Polish stadiums by year end!
New design The octagon in Szeged
As part of the Hungarian stadium revolution there's a stadium we may have missed entirely. That's how under-advertised it was and how fast its actual construction is going. Really, come and see!
StadiumDB Newsletter Issue 60 - While we were away...
It's been two long weeks since we've treated you to our last newsletter, following a week long project we carried out in Europe. Not a stadium one, though we surely couldn't miss some of the most important stadiums wherever we went.
Glasgow Scottish FA agree terms of Hampden takeover
After much uncertainty and speculation we know it officially: Scotland's national stadium will remain Scotland's national stadium. Doesn't sound interesting? Well, perhaps it should.
London Further feud around London Stadium
As tension rises again, LLDC and West Ham both seem to forget that their public arguments continue to scar London Stadium's image. Is there even a winner in this latest conflict?
- North Korea: Kim's first football-specific stadium
- New stadium: By the volcano in Tabriz
- Bucharest: Beautiful farewell by Steaua fans
- Gibraltar: Outline planning permission granted
- Mexico City: Catastrophic field at Azteca
- Rotterdam: Feyenoord asks for more time
- London: Spurs' opening slips further away
- Ukraine: Debt after Euro 2012 still unpaid
- Poland: Last old stand in Zabrze waiting for demolition
- Warsaw: Funds secured for new Polonia stadium
- Washington D.C.: RFK Stadium revamp begins
- Uzbekistan: Beautiful stadium but an empty one, too
- New stadium: Estadio Alejandro Villanueva
- The latest on Tottenham’s new stadium - May not be ready until 2019 now
- Bucharest: Symbolic farewell to Ghencea
- Poland: Tender launched for ŁKS stadium
- Madrid: Rayo stadium closed for safety reasons
- London: Wimbledon stadium delay confirmed
- London: Just how much trouble is Tottenham in?
- New design: Finally a vision for Nowy Sącz
- London: Changes coming to West Ham stadium