|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||240 mln €|
|Construction||08/11/2011 - 09/2017|
|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
Madrid: Atletico open new stadium in style
It's not the style on the field that we mean here, even if 1:0 is good enough for three points. But Wanda Metropolitano means much more for Atletico, Madrid and all of Spanish football...
Madrid: Atletico almost ready for historic relocation
There are only finishing touches left as the illumination is tested, floodlights being calibrated and grass getting stronger on the field. On September 16 the 6-year long reconstruction comes to a grand finale!
Madrid: New stadium to be paid off in 7 seasons?
When Atletico began reconstruction, their budget was €122 million. Now it's almost three times higher and increased revenue should help amortise investment cost in 6-7 seasons.
Madrid: Fans group challenges Wanda Metropolitano's legality
Though Atletico hope to move into their new stadium early into the next La Liga stadium, not all their fans share the dream. One of the fans' associations filed legal challenge concerning the stadium to Madrid's Supreme Tribunal of Justice.
Madrid: €65 million for investment around Wanda Metropolitano
Urbanisation of the land around and access to Wanda Metropolitano will consume €65 million, of which most likely majority will be covered by Atletico, according to Marca.com.
UEFA: 11 stadiums compete for 2019 finals
Champions League, Women's Champions League, Europa League and Super Cup will all see final venues selected among these 10 contenders.
Madrid: Gradual goodbye for good old Calderón
Yesterday saw the last official game of Atletico at their home for over half a century. Only two more fixtures left in the stadium's history...
Madrid: New Atletico stadium with season ticket record
Already 48,500 people orders for season tickets have been filed by Atletico Madrid supporters as the club is preparing to relocate to Wanda Metropolitano. That’s a new high for the club.
Madrid: Atletico buy stadium land from council for €30 million
Atletico Madrid will pay €30.5 million, plus undertake building work worth another €30m, as well as creating 4,000 parking spaces for public use. A Sport report.
Madrid: Atletico’s relocation delayed further?
Atletico will not be able to move to their new stadium, the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano, if the first package of road infrastructure giving access to the ground is not done by September.
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.