‘The Lions’ may roar in new venue by 2025

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The Costa Rican multisport club Liga Deportiva Alajuelense unbolted plans for its new stadium recently and the price tag for the same stands at $30m. If the plans of the venue – which would spread across a nine-hectare piece of land – get the green light, the same would go on stream in January 2025. Sod turning on the stadium would begin in January 2023 with an estimated completion date of December 2024.

‘Liga Deportiva Alajuelense’ stated that the planned venue would sit in Turrúcares de Alajuela in Costa Rica, on Route 27 next to the top-flight club’s present training complex and the new arena’s capacity will be between 22,000 and 24,000. For the development to move forward, a vote will be held among the club’s members on May 8th.

Liga Deportiva Alajuelense, commonly known as Alajuelense and nicknamed La Liga, is a Costa Rican multisport club based in the borough of El Llano, Alajuela province, Costa Rica. Although they compete in a number of different sports, Alajuelense is mostly known for its association football team.

The 17,895-capacity Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto is a football stadium in El Llano neighborhood of Alajuela, Costa Rica, which is the home of Liga Deportiva Alajuelense. It opened in the year 1942.

‘Liga Deportiva Alajuelense’ further stated that prior to the May 8th meeting, a series of meetings related to designs and finances will take place on April 17th and April 24th as well as on May 2nd. If there is an approval, the design details will be finalized, as well as the processing of the construction permits, which would begin in July 2021 and will last until December 2022.

Talks regarding a new home for the club have been going on since 2018. A commission was set up to look into the feasibility of rehabilitating ‘The Lions’ present home facility but then recommended that a new arena should instead be built. The suggested plot in the Turrúcares district was selected due to its cost, streamlined communication network and proximity to fans and the club’s existing facilities.

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