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Vodafone Arena, new home ground of Besiktas


Istanbul - Vodafone ArenaIstanbul - Vodafone Arena19.04.2016: By the end of March 2016 construction of the new home ground of the Turkish football club Besiktas J.K., with a capacity of 42,000 seats, was completed. And it was about time – the former stadium had been the home ground of Besiktas for sixty six long years (1947 - 2013). The total cost of construction went up to 100 million USD. Thanks to its facilities and the high standard of comfort it offers the new stadium, named Vodafone Arena, is now one of the most modern arenas in the world.

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Stylish stands at Mestalla in Valencia


Valencia - MestallaValencia - Mestalla14.04.2016: The symbol of the city of Valencia is a bat, and a bat is also to be found in the crests of Valencia CF and Levante UD respectively, both playing in the Spanish 1st league. And since its last modernization in 2014, a bat has also been a part of the Valencia stadium. On that occasion, Estadio Mestalla was covered with new, mostly orange seats and all over the East Stand black seats create the image of a bat, with white letters V C F in the middle.

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The new San Mamés is the pride of the Basque Country


Bilbao - San Mamés BarriaBilbao - San Mamés Barria29.03.2016: REMINDER | Estadio San Mamés, the home ground of the Spanish club Athletic Bilbao, can be seen in all its splendour from September 2014. Figuratively speaking, it is a grandson of the old stadium of the same name, where the club had played their home matches for nearly a hundred years. Unfortunately, the old stadium could not offer such comfort as modern stadiums can. The new San Mamés is a truly worthy successor to the old one. The project to build a new stadium for one of the most successful clubs in the history of Spanish league was approved in March 2006.

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Stadio Delle Alpi (1990-2006)Doha, Qatar - 16-19 May 2016

World Stadium Congress 2016

23.03.2016: Join 350+ of the biggest stars in the sports and stadium industry including FIFA, UEFA, DFL Bundesliga, Espai Barca, AECOM Sports, Arup and more at the World Stadium Congress - to discuss upcoming projects, world-class security protocols, evolution of the fan and exclusive international case studies from the most renowned stadiums in the world. To find out more about the event, visit the event website. 

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Stadio Delle Alpi (1990-2006)Stadio Delle Alpi (1990 - 2006)

Delle Alpi - the former stadium of Juventus

20.03.2016: FC Juventus spent 16 years playing their home matches at Stadio Delle Alpi, which had been built to provide venue for the 1990 Italy World Cup. The name translates as "of the Alps" and refers to the fact that under certain conditions it is possible to see the summits of the nearby Alps. Stadio Delle Alpi had a capacity of 69,000 and a unique design of the roof covering the stands behind goals, reinforced by A-shaped columns. This unique design has been preserved at the new Juventus Stadium, built on the site of Delle Alpi in 2001.

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Stadium with a 70-meter tower – ACF Fiorentina


Florence - Artemio FranchiFlorence - Artemio Franchi29.02.2016: Today we will be visiting a country devoted to football, but which is, however, beginning to lag behind, and not only with regard to football stadiums. As the headline indicates, we will take a closer look at the stadium of ACF Fiorentina, called Artemio Franchi. Most football fans are now aware of the fact that the Italian Serie A is not as good a competition as it used to be, and that there are better competitions, with higher quality games and more elegant stadiums – e.g. the German Bundesliga, undoubtedly one of the best football leagues in Europe, ergo in the whole world.

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Stade de Gerland (1897 - 2015)Lyon - Stade de Gerland

Olympique Lyon spent 65 years at Stade de Gerland

18.02.2016: Stade de Gerland, named after the Gerland quarter, has become a "former" stadium only recently - at the end of 2015. During the last years of its use it had a capacity of 41,044, which made it the fifth largest stadium in France. The construction of the stadium began in 1913, but it was hindered by the First World War. It was completed in 1920. Stade de Gerland became the home ground of Olympique Lyon in 1950, when the famous French football club was founded.
 

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