|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||240 mln €|
|Design||Antonio Cruz & Antonio Ortiz (Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos)|
|Design time||2003/2004 / 2011|
|Notice||This design was part of Madrid's bid to host the 2012 Olympic Games, later on adapted by Atletico which plans to move there.|
Pierwotna wizja / Initial design
UEFA: Who gets the 2019 club finals?
15 national associations expressed interest in hosting of the 2019 finals. Champions League, Europa League, Women’s Champions League and Super Cup will be decided among 19 stadia!
Madrid: Atletico reveal naming right partner
Chinese group Wanda is the first naming rights holder for Estadio la Peineta. During its first years the building will be known as Wanda Metropolitano.
Madrid: Compression ring of the roof installed
It took 110 days to deliver over 4,000 tons of steel from A Coruña and then install it on top of new Atletico Madrid stadium.
Madrid: Atletico’s roof will come alive during events
We all knew the canopy would be illuminated at night, but it now appears that Atletico might boost the mood inside by changing its colour depending on the action.
Madrid: Philips to light up Atletico’s stadium
It might not have a roof yet, but Atletico’s new stadium already has contractor for the roof’s lighting system. Philips will equip Estadio la Peineta with LED floodlighting.
Madrid: The crown for Atleti stadium is coming
The steel compression ring is arriving from Galicia, while swaths of membrane will follow from China. Here’s the immense roof of Atletico de Madrid stadium explained!
Madrid: Atletico reveals most exclusive spaces
One out of ten seats at the new Atletico stadium will be part of varying hospitality zones. Private suites, business clubs and large business zones will accommodate 7,000 people.
Madrid: No towers to replace Calderón
Madrid authorities gave their final red light to two office towers planned in the place of Estadio Vicente Calderón. Atletico’s home stadium will still be torn down, but what will replace it?
Madrid: 2018 CL final for Atletico’s new home?
Atletico President assured his team’s new stadium will host the Champions League final and Copa del Rey final within the first year from Estadio la Peineta opening.
Madrid: Atletico’s current stadium to stay?
The Madrid Supreme Court halted the residential scheme planned in the place of current Estadio Vicente Calderón. But Atletico Madrid assure their relocation isn’t threatened.
Madrid: Atletico’s stadium hit by further delays
Was due to open in 2014, 2015, then 2016. Now the delivery date has been postponed until mid-2017. Estadio La Peineta still has some question marks over financing model.
Madrid: Atletico close to Turkish Airlines naming rights?
The club is said to be in good relations with the airways company and now has a representative in Istanbul, running talks about naming rights for the new stadium, according to Inside Spanish Football.
Madrid: Aragones receives avenue leading to La Peineta
Is this a compromise between appeals to name the stadium after Luis Aragones and naming rights sale? The city announced that the late legend of Atletico is getting his own avenue as a tribute. Now patronage over the stadium seems unlikely.
Madrid: Estadio Etihad until 2026? Atletico close to the deal
Atletico Madrid is likely to sign their first ever naming rights contract. New stadium in eastern Madrid would include Etihad Airways in its name for a decade, according to InsideSpanishFootball.com.
Madrid: Atletico fans appeal for “Estadio Luis Aragonés”
As sad news of Luis Aragonés's passing reached fans of Atletico, the initiative to honour the legend in new stadium's name is gaining momentum very fast.
Euro 2020: All you need to know about interested countries
Or, in other words, all we were able to find digging a lot deeper than just the brief info released by UEFA. It took us a while, but this is – according to our knowledge – the most comprehensive analysis of Euro 2020 potential bids.
Madrid: Atletico assures new stadium is going forward despite Olympic loss
It was to be the heart of 2020 Olympics, but after Tokyo was awarded the tournament Madrid's dreams were killed. The stadium isn't, though. Atletico reassured that everything is being done according to schedule and the stadium should be ready in mid-2015.