Plans unfolded to rejig ‘The Audonians’ home


France Red Star FC unveils new development plans Image: Red Star FC

Plans for reshaping the iconic Bauer Stadium (France) – home of the French association football club Red Star F.C. since the year 1909 – were unbolted recently before newsmen as well as before the investors of the area. The spruce-up work is scheduled to be completed by the year 2025.

‘Red Star FC’ stated that the above information was given in a presser organized on July 7th wherein the Mayor of Saint-Ouen, Karim Bouamrane, the President of the Greater Paris Metropolis, Patrick Ollier, President of the Realties Group, Yoann Choin-Joubert, and the Red Star FC President, Patrice Haddad, highlighted the salient features of the development.

The Red Star Football Club, also known simply as Red Star, is a French association football club founded in Paris in 1897, and is the third oldest French football club, after Le Havre AC and Girondins de Bordeaux.

The Stade Bauer is a 10,000-capacity football stadium in Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine in the Northern suburbs of Paris (France). The stadium is mainly used by Red Star F.C. who currently plays in Championnat National (third division of the French football league system) but has tasted success in the Coupe de France, winning it on five occasions.

The stadium land has been sold to the Realties Group. Haddad urged companies to invest in the project.

Bauer Stadium is one of the most legendary stadia in the French sports landscape but with time has got worn out. For ‘Red Star’ to climb high up the soccer ladder, it has become imperative to refurbish their residence. It is hoped that the revamping of the arena will boost the club’s growth trajectory. The renovation plans have been attuned to the 2024 roadmap drawn up by Haddad.

Commented Haddad, “A renovated Bauer Stadium is the need of the hour. Mayor Bouamrane and Chouin-Joubert played a decisive role in making the same happen. The club wants to provide an exalted experience to fans in their redecorated home.”

Ollier stated that he was “delighted” that the Red Star’s home would undergo a total makeover.

The reconfigured Bauer Stadium will spread across 2.7 hectares of land and will boast an astonishing amount of verdant space. The repurposed facility will boast English-style architecture with its pristine sheen untouched.

Come 2025, and a totally reconfigured Bauer Stadium will be bustling with activities seven-days-a-week. It will be a mixed-use facility and will boast offices, retail space, health facilities, and much more.

The venue will be high on the sustainability factor and materials from the old stadium will be reused while rehabilitating the facility.

Choin-Joubert commented, “We are setting up a Bauer Box which will embody what the stadium stands for – sports and urban culture.”

Mayor Bouamarane remarked, “The whole objective behind the stadium makeover is to make it a place which visitors would love to frequent and it will also emit positive energy to the whole neighborhood. The nearby flea markets will also benefit once the stadium revamp is done. Once the restructured facility comes up, all roads will lead to Bauer Stadium.”

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