After unprecedented fourth triumph in Europa League, Sevilla announce complete rebranding and renovation of their stadium. It’s not as good as a new stadium, but will boost the club’s image.
Already now there are no seats left in Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán as all of the white and red ones have been removed. Now new ones, primarily red with only white decorations, are awaiting installation. Some elements of the grandstands need improvement first, including hydrophobization. Proposed final layout, including paintwork on the roof (!) can be seen below.
Works are divided into three phases and will span over two years. Not all can be done this summer, even though Sevilla was granted playing the first game away to gain some time. Aside from changes in the stands, also underneath a lot will be refitted.
All concourses will be repainted in red, black and grey. Overall the paintwork will very much resemble what was recently carried out at Estadio Mestalla, although in terms of colour it would look much like the concourses of Estadio San Mames in Bilbao.
Aside from visual impact, changes will include new giant screens, replaced floodlights, players’ benches, locker rooms and various other amenities. Also sections for disabled fans will be redesigned.