Marseille: Luxury infrastructure of future Vélodrome revealed

source: OM.net / Arema-Velodrome.com

Marseille: Luxury infrastructure of future Vélodrome revealed Works on finishing the largest stadium built for Euro 2016 are progressing as planned, sure to finish next year. The investors have just presented skyboxes and hospitality spaces across the western Tribune Jean Bouin, which will accommodate almost 19,000 people.

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Arema Velodrome, the company behind Olympique Marseille's stadium redevelopment, released information and photos about what may be found on 7 floors already built under the future terraces in the west side.

Tribune Jean Bouin is the only one being completely rebuilt ahead of Euro 2016, seeing both ends only receiving cover and the opposite Tribune Ganay an upper tier and roof.

The old main grandstand was demolished in March this year and already now the new superstructure is almost done. Not the steps yet, but most concrete work is done under future seats, expected to be at 18,851.

Of that number roughly 6,000 are to be premium class seating, mostly within the regular sections. 1,263 people will be seated inside 80 skyboxes, an increase from initially planned 64, ordered by UEFA. Each skyboxes is to seat from 10 to 40 people.

The luxury seats will be located on three floors and equipped with 7,000 sqm of hospitality space, accessible from the lobby by 6 elevators and interconnected with escalators.

Below you may find the materials presented by Olympique Marseille and Arema Velodrome:

Stade VelodromePhoto: OM.net

Stade Velodrome
Photo: Arema Velodrome

Stade Velodrome
Photo: Arema Velodrome

Stade Velodrome
Photo: Arema Velodrome

Stade Velodrome
Photo: Arema Velodrome

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