Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||€ 570 mln|
|Construction||05/2019 - 12/2022|
|Design||GMP Architekten, L35 Arquitectos, Ribas&Ribas|
|Design time||2013 / 2016|
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu – design description
The concept was first presented in October 2012, when Real Madrid announced four finalists of the international design competition for Santiago Bernabeu. In January 2014 the vision by GMP Architekten, L35 Arquitectos and Ribas&Ribas was declared the final one, set for implementation.
The plan initially included additional premium seating across the stadium, mostly in the western part. East side is to also get new regular tier of seats. A vast commercial building was to adjoin the western facade, while all of the stadium will receive a new external wrap. The metallic cladding will form a futuristic and assymetric form with LED lighting illumination.
Eventually however, after over two years of bureaucratic deadlock, the stadium plan was downsized significantly. Capacity increase was scrapped, so were the hotel, shopping center and additional parking spaces.
The stadium will receive a brand new roof structure with a retractable central part. The inner perimeter of the roof will be covered by a panoramic giant screen.
World Cup 2030: The list of venues that will host the tournament is clarifying
2030 FIFA World Cup will enter a higher level. After the event was played four years earlier on the territory of three different countries, the world football authorities have decided to organize the competition on three separate continents. Which venues will be on the list of host cities?
Spain: World Cup final at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu?
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Spain: Metro station inspired by Real Madrid and Bernabéu
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Spain: Sky-high profits from the new Bernabéu
Florentino Perez and his youngest child, the new Santiago Bernabéu, are the perfect duo. Set for relentless success, the Real Madrid president has plans to profit from the state-of-the-art stadium every day.
Spain: Progress at Santiago Bernabéu
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Spain: Update from Santiago Bernabeu construction
Work on Los Blancos' legendary stadium has been underway since 2019, and the completion of Nuevo Bernabeu project seems to be getting closer and closer. The facility will be one of the most modern among sports arenas in the world. What is happening at it now and what changes can we expect in the near future?
Spain: Why are the lower sections still covered at Bernabeu?
Even though this situation has been going on for 2 years, some people still wonder why the seats closest to the pitch are obscured at Real Madrid's stadium. Such a sight could also be seen on the occasion of the Los Blancos match against Chelsea.
YouTube: Santiago Bernabéu | Construction Update (March 2023)
When the stadium of the best football team in the world is being built, we just have to make you feel like you were there. Are you looking forward to seeing the new Santiago Bernabeu? Let's see what is going on there right now!
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It's been a great time for Real Madrid supporters lately. Firstly, their team won the double crown, then Antonio Rudiger's move to the Spanish capital was finalised and, in the meantime, the club signed a lucrative deal to make the 'Los Blancos' facility multi-purpose.
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Real Madrid is not content only with modernizing its stadium in terms of infrastructure. Thanks to the cooperation with the technology partner Cisco, the comprehensive implementation of the intelligent network will take place at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
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It was hard to expect that a stadium revamp on such a scale could be carried out for the amount agreed more than two years ago. Recently, it has become necessary to sign a new contract that will increase the size of the loan.
Madrid: Bernabéu in 2023 fully multifunctional
Real Madrid's stadium closed to the public on March 1, 2020. The reason was to enable an efficient thorough reconstruction. One and a half years remain until the end of the work, but the initial effects can already be admired.
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2030 World Cup: Spain and Portugal confirm aspirations
On Friday they met for a friendly game. No goals were scored on the field but the greater goal was confirming the readiness to host the 2030 World Cup in Spain and Portugal.
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Wednesday evening saw emergency services rush towards Madrid’s largest stadium. During reconstruction a fire broke out, causing clouds of thick smoke.
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Unlike the failed Super League and fake casino news, this could actually work. Real Madrid could offer part of its calendar to American football, once the stadium is entirely revamped.
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