How is football stadium architecture changing: stadia across the world have evolved in recent times and have incorporated some magnificent designs – like a badge of honour for clubs
Nou Camp Stadium, Barcelona FC, Spain – Catalan football arena location & architect – photos of the Camp Nou football ground, famous Spanish sports venue
Allianz Arena Munich stadium building design by Herzog & de Meuron Architects not to be lit in rainbow colours say UEFA: dramatic and iconic architecture enhances and amplifies everyone’s experience
Two concept designs by Zaha Hadid Architects for the Green Technology Hub at Eco Park plus a new ‘Gateway to Stroud’, in Gloucestershire, England,
Designed by Populous, the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai, has a capacity of 17,000, and becomes the largest multi-purpose indoor arena in the region and incorporate climate control.
Football Stadiums of the Future. While football stadiums are commonly seen as home for many of the biggest sporting teams in the world, few people realise how impressive the structures are and the work that goes in to building them.
The Biselli Katchborian Arquitetos office designs a retrofit proposal for Vila Belmiro, the legendary Santos FC stadium in Brazil and the stage for numerous Pelé matches.
Xi’an International Football Centre building design by Zaha Hadid Architects in China: 60,000-seat stadium for national and international matches as well as domestic league games, youth training academies
San Mamés Stadium Athletic Club of Bilbao building design by IDOM, Basque Country: its previous football ground was over a hundred years old, referred to as the cathedral of football.
OMA and LOLA have submitted the refined design of the Feyenoord Stadium this month. The original design of the stadium has been optimized to ensure on time and cost-effective delivery.
Nicknamed the ‘Diamond in the Desert’, the 40,000-capacity Education City Stadium Qatar, designed by Fenwick-Iribarren Architects / Pattern Architects, is the first World Cup stadium to achieve a five-star sustainability rating.
Everton Stadium, Bramley Moore Dock Liverpool: English Premier League side Everton FC are getting closer to achieving their goals of opening a new stadium despite some setbacks and delays.