Monterrey Investor hopes to lure Tigres to 'Estadio Insignia'
One of Mexico's best teams might play at one of the world's most impressive stadiums. But it's far from a done deal. In fact, tensions arise already at preliminary stages.
England Serious blow for St Albans stadium scheme
Council officers did not include a new village with stadium in their draft of new local development plan. The proposed massive development is argued as compromising division between St Albans and neighbouring councils. A Herts Advertiser report.
England New stadium “only option” for Bournemouth
With another season in Premier League secured, Bournemouth can continue planing their stadium relocation. So far they've been at the very bottom of the league in attendance and ticket revenue. Time to change it.
Berlin Hertha corrects stadium plan
It's still not approved by authorities, not just yet. But this time the 55,500-capacity stadium might be acceptable even with monument protection in mind. Moved and lowered, it would be unvisible from many parts of Olympiapark.
Sao Paulo Major changes await at Pacaembu
Located at the very heart of South America's largest metropolis, Pacaembu will first be privatised, then renovated thoroughly and operated as a commercial facility for 35 years.
London Tottenham's fight against time
With every passing week and no information of opening date, speculation about possible delays will only get louder. Tottenham are reportedly facing opening games of next season at Wembley. Construction pace is impressive, but there's just so little time left...
New design Just a walk from ground zero
Back in 1945 almost nothing stood here. Now Nagasaki is a thriving city and its heart is changing as well. Under the slogan “fun to live in Nagasaki” a massive ¥50 billion project will be built, including a football stadium for V-Varen.
StadiumDB Newsletter Issue 51 - Iraq and more!
From Iraq's heated inauguration, through concerns around stadiums in France, to safety issues during the Polish Cup finals. Those were only some of the subjects we covered recently, of which you can read in our weekly newsletter. If you wish to get them directly to your inbox, be sure to subscribe below!
Russia 2018 Did authorities ask for free labour in Nizhny Novgorod?
Sports complexes around Nizhny Novgorod received a letter asking them to offer workers for urgent works at the N. Novgorod stadium. The work would not be paid for. Now authorities claim it was inaccurate.
- Belgium: Anderlecht to stay put, for now
- Poland: Disabled fans set new record
- Germany: Naming rights extenstion a boost for reconstruction
- Emirates Stadium needs upgrades, some planned already
- Chelsea's out of options if Wembley sale goes through
- Vienna: “Ernst-Happel-Stadion must stay”
- France: Finally, the 2003 expansion in Clermont-Ferrand can begin
- Iraq: They have the passion, now also the stadium
- What next for Wembley Stadium after Spurs ends its season long rent
- South Africa: Scandal over plagiarism non-issue
- France: Strong words on the birthday of La Beaujoire
- Cologne: RheinEnergie extends naming contract
- Japan: Football venues of Tokyo 2020 confirmed
- Saint Petersburg: Another contractor sued for billions over Zenit Arena
- Poland: Another dark side of Polish Cup Final
- New stadiums: Three from Poland to honour May 3
- Liverpool: Peel reveals master plan, hides stadium
- Poland: Same old, same old at Cup Final
- Russia: Kazan Arena still far from perfect
- New stadium: Banc of California Stadium opened with victory
- Germany: First stand of a new stadium in Kiel