|Target capacity||22 500|
|Capacity before works||30 085|
|Category||Construction in progress|
|Cost||€ 70 million|
|Address||Viktora Tegelhoffa 4, 831 04 Bratislava|
Description: Tehelné pole
New stadium at Bratislava’s Tehelné pole was projected already in 2006, but despite many declarations and various financing options construction hasn’t started.
Only in May 2013 did the latest project by Cube Design (commissioned by private Národný futbalový štadión a.s.) given the planning permission, allowing it to go ahead. The stadium itself is thought to cost some €40 million, while its cost is to be covered thanks to extensive commercial functions, like a hotel tower, 315 apartments and shopping centre.
Demolition of the old stadium started in July 2013 and should last 3-4 months. Within further 18-20 months the new stadium should be ready.
Bratislava: Opening announced, grand derby of Slovakia
After 3,303 days “in exile” Slovan Bratislava is ready to return to its spiritual home, the new national stadium. First game will take place on March 2 and will see the grand derby of Slovakia against Spartak Trnava.
Bratislava: Turf laid at new Tehelne pole
Slovan Bratislava has confirmed that grass from the Netherlands has been successfully laid at the new national stadium in the Slovak capital. This marks one more milestone in the nearly-finished project.
Bratislava: Slovakia’s new national stadium in 1.5 year
Finally, three years after the old one was demolished, Slovakia’s national stadium’s construction began. We’re 72 weeks away from it being ready.
Bratislava: What now with Slovakia’s national stadium?
Millionaire Ivan Kmotrik announced yesterday he won’t finance the new national stadium. He appealed to public authorities to take over on site. Kmotrik is, as he says, fed up.
Bratislava: Construction on schedule, but Kmotrik tired with it
Ivan Kmotrik junior confirms national stadium construction is on schedule. But the project has already cost so much effort that the businessman would gladly give it away.
Bratislava: Groundbreaking at Tehelne Pole on Monday
The site of former national stadium has been overgrown by weeds, but the long wait is about to end. Groundbreaking on the new 20,000-capacity stadium is expected on Monday.