|Cost||€ 53 million|
Description: Allianz Stadion
Rapid Wien is building its new stadium directly in the place of the former one, just rotated to lie on the north-south axis. Along the concept revealed in June 2014, the new stadium will hold up to 28,000 people (including terracing). 2,500 corporate seats are hoped to boost the club’s financing.
Demolition of the old Gerhard-Hanappi-Stadion began in early October 2014, after ceremonial farewell with thousands of fans. By January 2015 nearly nothing was left of the stadium, which allowed foundation works for the new arena. Delivery of the stadium is planned for June 2016.
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Vienna: Rapid sued over inflated cost of Allianz Stadion
General contractor of Allianz Stadion demands additional € 2.8 million for the delivered contract. Rapid remains calm and seems not inclined to pay.
New stadium: Rapid settling in
Series of openings is ongoing as we’re writing, so please don’t mind that we’re a week behind with this stadium’s presentation. It’s still weeks before the last “opening game”.
Vienna: Triple opening for Allianz Stadion
Whether you count from the first partial inauguration or include only full capacity games, July sees three openings of Allianz Stadion. Unless you count them all, then the title won’t make much sense…
Vienna: Chelsea to open Allianz Stadion
Rapid Wien confirmed their rival for stadium opening game. Chelsea is coming on July 16 and tickets for Allianz Stadion are actually quite cheap.
Vienna: Rapid’s great season ticket demand
In just four days of closed presale Rapid managed to sell 10,000 season tickets for their new home. Open sale will begin on Monday, but not many season tickets will be left.
Vienna: Decorations arrive at Allianz Stadion three months before opening
For a few days now the giant sign RAPID dominates the southern façade, while green paneling begins to cover the concrete and steel structure. Allianz Stadion is almost ready before opening in June.
Vienna: Rapid along plan and the plan is great
Construction of Austria’s largest private stadium is exactly on schedule and Rapid is about to complete the country’s largest crowd-investing campaign. The goal: top 50 of European clubs.
Wien: Rapid allows fans to invest in new stadium
In order to secure loans outside the banking system, Rapid Wien invited fans to invest in the club with a 2-3% return. And already nearly €500,000 are secured!
Vienna: Last concrete poured, great pace
New stadium for Rapid Wien is growing impressively fast. Last week the very last portion of concrete was poured and panicle decorates the main stand now.
Vienna: Rapid presents final seating layout for Allianz Stadion
Instead of green-white waves, seats will be installed in a much simpler pattern. Allianz Stadion’s sponsor will not have its name written, while entire east stand will be covered by five large letters: RAPID.
Vienna: Large crawler to arrive tomorrow
Foundations of the new Rapid stadium are ready now, so it’s time to mount the stands. This task will be carried out by a massive crawler crane, which is to arrive tomorrow.
Vienna: Allianz Stadion’s foundation works start tomorrow
After three months of demolition works 99% of the old Hanappi Stadion is gone. Tomorrow foundation laying begins on site, while in one and a half year Allianz Stadion is to be opened.