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Italy: New facts about the new stadium of Cagliari
Beautiful at the very first sight. So, happy to get a little bit more about the new home for Cagliari Calcio. It is predicted the final design and a tender will be announced in 2021.
Sardegna: Cagliari confirms stadium timeline
As announced recently, the football club has commissioned the final design from Sportium. Tender for its construction is scheduled for next year, which means delivery by 2024 is safe.
Sardegna: Cagliari working on altered documentation
It's not the first time changes are required, but this time it's because of the coronavirus pandemic. Architects are now working on documentation without all of the secondary commercial uses planned beside the new Cagliari Arena.
Italy: New Cagliari stadium coming in 2024
The city council voted largely in favour of new local plan that will see Cagliari Calcio's new stadium built. Should all go well, the project could see groundbreaking in 2021 and delivery in 2024.
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!
Italy: Cagliari about to present three finalists for new stadium
Next weeks supporters of Cagliari Calcio will officially see three concepts of the proposed new stadium. The exhibition will then be transferred to Sardegna Arena.
Italy: Cagliari publish stadium shortlist
25 international design teams competed to design the new Cagliari stadium. Only 3 are left on the battlefield now, as Cagliari Calcio present the finalists. They have time until February to deliver final concepts.
Italy: Here’s Cagliari’s temporary stadium in more detail
From the 2017/18 season onwards Cagliari Calcio will be playing at their… parking site. This is where temporary facilities will be set up within the next several months.
Italy: Cagliari again with support for new stadium
Once more the Cagliari city council gave their go-ahead to new stadium plan of Cagliari Calcio. If work begins soon, the building will be ready in 2019.
Italy: Cagliari will build a stadium before… building a stadium
Yes, Cagliari Calcio will build two stadiums. One temporary, only for the duration of the second one’s construction works. Both projects are now approved.
Italy: Cagliari stadium again closer to fruition
After the city council’s approval, now Sardinia’s Regional Council also greenlighted the proposed 21,000-seater in Cagliari. Some paperwork still needed, but construction tender getting close.
Italy: Cagliari’s new stadium with (almost) unanimous approval
Cagliari councilors gave no opposition whatsoever to the planned 21,000-capacity stadium. Now the Italian football club and Polish architects have some work to do before construction starts.
New design: Finally a replacement for the Sardinian monster?
Stadio Sant’Elia has been extremely impractical for football, resulting in some elements being dismantled recently. Now a scheme envisages complete reconstruction into a football arena.
10+ Ranking 2015: Attendances in Europe (Part 2. The Clubs)
Borussia, Barca and Man United – lovely dominant trio. But it wasn’t them who gained most fans last season. Check all 217 clubs that draw an average crowd of 10,000+!
10+ Ranking 2015: Attendances in Europe (Part 1. The Leagues)
Numbers don’t lie: French Ligue 1 outgrew Italian Serie A as Europe’s fourth largest league. Premier League seems unlikely to catch up to Bundesliga, while Turkey, Ukraine and Scotland are down.