The new Santiago Bernabéu, the stadium of the 21st century

By | 25 September, 2019 | 0 comments

Real Madrid began the season with work in progress at their home base. In fact, the club had even planned to play away for the first three fixtures, although ultimately this didn’t happen. In any case, the refurbishment being carried out at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is on such a scale that it would have been worth it.
Club president Florentino Pérez has spoken about this great architectural project that will undoubtedly mark a milestone in sports construction worldwide as the stadium of the 21st century. And he is clear that it will continue to be the same centre for excitement, good cheer and good football that it has always been.bernabeu_especial
It’s set to become an avant-garde stadium, offering not only the chance to watch some good football but also expanded leisure and restaurant areas, as Real Madrid is about so much more than just the spectacle of sport.
Likewise, technology will be present in all its forms, from an e-sports area to a video scoreboard that will occupy the entire structure of the stadium.
The museum, where you can admire all the trophies won by the team since its inception, will also be expanded, and an annex will be created in the Calle de Padre Damián area, where technology and virtual reality will be very much present, creating an entire interactive experience.
In addition to the museum, the famous Bernabéu tour, which attracts a lot of visitors at all times of the year, will be extended by other visits.
The refurbishment is expected to take about four seasons. In the meantime, alternative arrangements are being offered so that matches can continue to be held in the current stadium, with all safety precautions upheld and without the work being interrupted.
It is clear that times are changing and overwhelming everything, including football. Just ask Atlético de Madrid, who saw the Vicente Calderón Stadium demolished forever this summer.
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