|Cost||HUF 10.9 bln / mld|
|Construction||09.2016 - 10.2017|
Diósgyőri Stadion – design description
New stadium in the west of Miskolc is to be built on the site of current DVTK Stadion, built back in 1939. Demolition was initially planned after the final of 2014/15 league season. Building brand new stands with simple prefab structures is expected to last just one year, allowing Diosgyori VTK to move in by the end of 2017.
Single-tiered stands will accommodate 15,000 people under cover, meeting UEFA’s requirements for Category IV venues. Spectator infrastructure will be limited on three sides (sanitary and catering facilities), but the western main grandstand will provide room for club offices, player/delegate/media facilities and a club museum and superstore.
The project ran as part of Hungarian government’s national program is worth HUF 10.9 billion. Along further plans the historical Diosgyor district is to receive a football academy near the stadium, worth HUF 2 billion (€6.5m / $8.3m).
New stadium: DVTK Stadion
Covered almost entirely with expanded aluminium, this rough combination of concrete and metal shows that medium-sized stadiums don't have to be boring. KÖZTI proved that there's still room for original interpretations, even with limited budget.
Hungary: Construction in Miskolc coming soon
It should have been delivered by now, but initial plans were put on hold. Along the new one construction may begin within days or slightly later. Outcome to be ready in a year.
Hungary: Another stadium in express mode, now for Miskolc
This project is already a year behind initial schedule and hasn’t even started yet. But when it does, all works from demolition of old stadium to delivery of the new one will take just 13 months!
Hungary: Billions for new stadiums in 2015
They opened three new stadiums in 2014. This year works are to commence or progress at 22 (!) major projects. The government plans to spend 67.144 billion forints.