England Burnley filling the corners but not increasing capacity
By August 2018 Turf Moor will have two of its four corners filled with new infrastructure. However, no significant increase is expected as these projects will accommodate solely the club's disabled supporters.
London Wimbledon celebrate stadium agreement signing
It's been an emotional day in south-western London, where many AFC Wimbledon supporters can now celebrate return home after decades. The new stadium agreement has been signed, opening planned in 2019.
New design Changes up there in La Paz
It's already one of the most difficult places to play in and things may become even worse for teams visiting Bolivia's capital. Now the crowd will be larger, closer to the field and noise amplified.
Glasgow Scotland to lose its national stadium?
In two years the lease runs out and Scotland's football games might move to another venue. That's what supporters want but is it something the Scottish FA would accept?
New design Blades add new chapter to their history
It's already the oldest functioning stadium in professional football. Instead of tearing it down, Sheffield United want to build on this legacy and expand further. Here's the plan...
Russia 2018 Opening date revealed for Rostov stadium
It was due to open in November and yet the first official game is now scheduled as late as mid-April 2018. That's still enough time to run all tests required by FIFA.
Jerusalem Teddy Stadium to get final portion of the roof
Around mid-2018 we will see its final form. Jerusalem's Teddy Kollek Stadium will go through the last phase of redevelopment, keeping up with Israel's improving sports infrastructure.
StadiumDB Newsletter Issue 38 – piece of our new design spree
Almost 40 weeks into our newsletter we continue to have a lot to show you. This time we're in a “one design per day” mode and additions to our database will continue in the coming days. But first, see the four we enjoyed most last week.
Czechia Sigma sells stadium to the city
Football club Sigma Olomouc agreed terms of sale with the city of Olomouc. Taxpayers will pay CZK 144.9 million for the venue in order to secure public interest in football.
- London: Planning permission granted to Brentford FC
- Predictions for the World Cup 2018
- Euro 2020: Brussels out, Wembley benefits
- England: York Community Stadium officially under construction
- Master of Blackjack Strategy
- New design: Fulham's second riverside project
- New design: 16 barns in Austin
- Rome: AS Roma stadium approved at last!
- New design: Pescara's sustainable plan for Serie A return
- New design: A bit more Crystal, the Palace
- New design: Second bid for Qualcomm Stadium site
- StadiumDB Newsletter: Issue 37 – got these news?
- USA: Meet MLS expansion finalists
- New design: Legend of Galicia reinvented
- Rotterdam: Feyenoord confirm talks with Goldman Sachs
- Spain: Tension in Vigo ahead of crucial reconstruction phases
- Iraq: Minister promises to rebuild Fallujah stadium
- Brussels: Blow after blow for Eurostadium
- New design: First ever fully demountable stadium
- New design: Chicago derby from 2020 onwards?
- New design: Al Ahly spreading wings in Cairo