|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||250 mln € ?|
|Design||Fenwick Iribarren, Arup Sport, SBP|
|Design time||2006/2007, 2013, 2017|
Description: Nou Mestalla
Iinitial concept for the new stadium along Avenida de les Corts Valencianes was presented in 2006 by renowned architect Mark Fenwick. Spain's most impressive stadium plan at that time comprised amazing facades cut with glass surfaces, symbolically resembling the city's division to districts. Inside three tiers of seating were planned, offering 73,200 seats in total.
The project was priced at €344 million and saw groundbreaking in the summer of 2007. Initially work was expected to end in May 2009, but by March only the main concrete structure was ready and proved to be the last phase for years. Valencia CF suffered from heavy debt and couldn't afford the remaining works.
Despite many attempts to restart the project, no progress was done until late 2013. That's when the project was updated, adjusted to difficult financial conditions. Overall cost was cut to just €200 million through simplified facades, roof covering 75% of fans instead of 100% and capacity downscaled to 61,500.
Valencia: Speculation arises around Mestalla relocation
It only took one quote from Valencia CF president to stir new controversy around the club's stadium plans. Now that relocation has been confirmed as the best available option, we're still waiting for details as to when and how exactly...
Valencia: Nou Mestalla to finally get going?
With not much time left to lose, Valencia CF appoint global consultancy brand Deloitte to construct the financial side of Nou Mestalla. Construction has to resume soon, otherwise the structure could be demolished.
Valencia: New Mestalla could reach 65,000 seats!
While it's still being approached as a 55,000-seater, the new stadium of Valencia CF could end up holding 65,000 people as soon as demand is sufficient. First meeting at the city hall was held today.
Valencia: Smaller and more slender new Mestalla
Though the stadium will lose roughly 20,000 seats compared to the original design, we dare to say it will look better than initially proposed. This is how Valencia wants to finish their abandoned stadium project.
Spain: Valencia announce construction restart!
FINALLY! After 8.5 years of standstill Valencia CF has today announced restart of construction at Nou Mestalla. The new stadium should be ready in May, 2021.
Valencia: New Mestalla won’t be ready for centenary
In 2019 Valencia CF will celebrate 100 years in operation. It will also be 10 years since the construction site of Nou Mestalla would be abandoned…
Spain: Valencia makes third attempt at new stadium
After two schemes leaving them without the desired new stadium, a third project is to be worked on. Valencia owner Peter Lim draws an inspiring, but controversial vision.
Valencia: The future Mestalla still uncertain
New owner took over at Valencia, but at the same time withdrew some of his previous declarations about the new stadium. Delivery of Europe’s largest deadlocked stadium is again in doubt.
Valencia: New plan to deliver Nou Mestalla, smaller and cheaper
It will soon be 5 years since work was halted in Valencia and the concrete skeleton cannot wait much longer. So Valencia CF and stadium architects Fenwick introduced an 'economic' version of the stadium, reducing required budget by 40%.
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.
Valencia: Plans to restart works on hold (again)
Financial plan for further works fell apart – EFE press agency reports. Sources in Bankia, the project’s creditor, say requirements outlined by city authorities haven’t been met.
Valencia: Work to finally restart (?)
Last major step to relaunch construction at the Nou Mestalla site has been made – declared Manuel Llorente, president of Valencia CF. This time it wasn’t about bank support, but public one.