USA: New Nissan Stadium construction has started

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USA: New Nissan Stadium construction has started The last day of February marked the start of construction, not only on the future stadium, but also on a number of other projects along the Eastern Shore. The facility, which is expected to be built within three years, will be the NFL's new venue and a potential site for hosting the Super Bowl.


What will the new stadium be like?

On Leap Day, Nashville Mayor Freddie O'Connell, Tennessee Titans owner Amy Adams Strunk, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and more than 700 people from the team's community joined together to celebrate the start of construction of the new Nissan Stadium, which is expected to open in 2027.

The new arena will be built next to Nissan Stadium, to the east of it, on the site previously occupied by parking lots. The new ground lease is to be signed for 30 years. The facility would hold about 60,000 spectators, nearly 10,000 fewer seats than the existing stadium, and would become the smallest capacity facility in the NFL, although it would also rank among the most modern. Capacity has been reduced because although interest in the NFL in North America is still huge and crowds are gathering at stadiums, many are choosing entertainment via the internet such as online gambling Canada to meet players with insight, information and the best online casino reviews.

One of the most important features of the stadium would be its full roof, covering not only the stands, but also the field. The roof would be permanently installed (with no opening) and is to be covered with a light-transmitting ETFE material. The stands will be divided into four tiers and are expected to provide very good visibility from each sector.

Design of Nissan Stadium© MANICA

Proud statements

During the official start of construction, Mayor Freddie O'Connell said: New East Bank begins today. We will be leveraging private and public partnerships to greatly improve our infrastructure and make this one of the most connected areas our city has ever seen.

Also Burke Nihill, President and CEO of Tennessee Titans, said: This new stadium will be made by and made for this community. To our fellow Nashvillians and Tennesseans, in the coming weeks and months, you will see your new stadium coming out of this very ground, and your stadium won't be like any other stadium in the world. Your stadium will proudly represent the character, the soul, the diversity, and the audacity of Nashville and Tennessee.

Design of Nissan Stadium© MANICA