|Category||Design awaiting implementation|
|Cost||€ 60 mln|
|Construction||2019 - 06/2021 ?|
Description: Stadio Cagliari
Possibly the most conventional in terms of urban planning, this design by Manica Architecture of the Sportium consortium would welcome all fans from street level. Vast majority of its surrounding would be occupied by parking, though significant public green area is planned behind the east side.
With no additional buildings around it, the stadium would successfully comprise all required facilities within its simple and elegant form. This includes hotel rooms placed above a corner section or an open hospitality deck with a swimming pool overlooking the sea.
In early 2019 decision was approved to enable expansion of the stadium to 30,000 net capacity in order to enable hosting of Euro 2028.
Italy: Cagliari capacity increase approved
We've only seen Euro 2024 rights awarded last year and Italy is already building up the bid for 2028. Case in point: the new Cagliari stadium, which received green light to grow from 25,000 to 30,000 if needed.
New stadium: The traveling home of Cagliari
You think the title is strange? Take a look at this stadium. It was built first in 2012, then in 2013 and now in 2017. It's temporary, sure, but it already earned quite some history!
Italy: Cagliari potentially to increase stadium capacity
Cagliari Calcio have confirmed the intent to eventually increase capacity of their new stadium from 25,000 to 30,000 seats. This would allow the stadium to host Euro 2028, hosting which Italy is likely to apply for.
Italy: Cagliari selects Sportium for stadium design
We now know which stadium concept will be implemented in the capital of Sardegna. Cagliari Calcio announced the winner of both the public consultation and technical/environmental evaluation.
Cagliari: Meet the 3 possible stadium options
They're all far more impressive than the ruins of Stadio Sant'Elia, that's for sure? But which one will be selected as the best way forward? Take a look, just like Cagliari Calcio fans are doing right now!