Allianz Stadion in Vienna to be the new home for Rapid Wien

Allianz Stadion in Vienna

Austria’s most popular soccer club Rapid Wien will soon get a new home. The club has announced its plan to demolish the Gerhard-Hanappo-Stadion in order to build a brand new stadium as its home ground. The Gerhard Hanappi Stadium was opened on May 10, 1977. The stadium bears the name of its...
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Egypt’s Al Ahly unveils plans for a new football stadium in Cairo

new football stadium in Cairo

At the recently held Egypt Economic Development Conference (EEDC) in Sharm El Sheikh (March 13-15 2015) Al Ahly Sports Club announced its plan for a new stadium in Cairo. The project presentation at the event revealed that the new football stadium will have a capacity of 60,000. The arena is...
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Suprastadio: A radical stadium design concept straight from Germany

Suprastadio

Stadium designing has come of age. While the broad framework of an arena have remained the same over the years, every now and then a radical idea finds its way out – something a little bit special, a little bit different is thought up. ‘Suprastadio’ aptly fits into that description. Interpol,...
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Liverpool to expand Anfield stadium after a long wait

Liverpool Football Club

After a long wait, Liverpool Football Club finally unveiled its Anfield stadium expansion plans on April 23, 2014 with detailed proposals for the expansion of its Main Stand and outline proposals for expansion of its Anfield Road Stand. The club had originally come up with a plan to replace Anfield...
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Populous designs $400mn Quebec City Amphitheatre

Quebec City Amphitheatre

Quebec City in Canada is building a new amphitheatre. The $400 million under-construction New Quebec City Amphitheatre, also known as the Quebec Arena (or New Colisée), will mainly be used for ice hockey, and other indoor sports, as well as music concerts. A groundbreaking ceremony for the new...
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Barça’s new Camp Nou to rise out of the current structure

FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou stadium

FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou stadium holds the distinction of being the largest stadium in Europe with a seating capacity of 99,786. Now Barça has set its eye on making the stadium even bigger. After Barcelona’s board of directors rejected the option of building a new stadium in January this...
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