Los GRANDES ESTADIOS de España y Portugal para el Mundial 2030Aug 28, 2022
Spain and Portugal already have on their list of stadiums to be chosen for the
2030World Cup, from what will be the most modern stadiums in the world to venues that need many reforms, there are all kinds of options among the 18 venues chosen in 15 cities, which ones will remain in the final list we will see after these words from our officiant the world cup in qatar is getting closer and more than ever you have to be well informed for that soccer has all the statistics results and news you need to support your country in the world cup From the minute by minute of the previous friendlies to the data of the rival teams, you will be able to live it through the best soccer application, all of this is free, you just have to click on the description, download the application and you will have the whole world of soccer in your hands, remember that fifa has several requirements for a state or city to host the world cup; in the case of the stadium, it must have a capacity Minimum age of 40,000 people for the group stage matches up to the quarterfinals for the semifinals and 80,000 for the opening match and the final, in addition to this, there are also requirements such as public transportation in the city, car parking spaces, number of hotels 5 stars in the city, among several other requirements.
In addition, the proposal must have between 14 to 16 stadiums to be chosen, which finally can be reduced to 12, here we will only focus on the capacity of the stadiums since it is the most accessible data for We all began our tour in the city of Barcelona at the Camp Nou stadium with the largest capacity in the country. The stadium was already the venue for the opening match of the 1982 World Cup and several European Cup finals in the Champions League. The Barcelona venue is one one of the most important in the world was inaugurated in 1957 and is now undergoing a total renovation project called
espai barça the club is expected to invest 1 500 million dollars in the entire project, which includes works around it, a roof will be added to protect the fans, solar panels will be installed to generate renewable energy, in addition to improving all the lighting in the state.
Today it has a capacity for 99,354 people, the largest of Any football stadium in Europe after the remodeling that would end in 2026, a total of 105,000 people will be able to enter due to its capacity, it will undoubtedly host the opening match or the final. We will continue in Barcelona going to the Espanyol stadium, the RC de Stadium in the town of Cornellà-el Prat is one of the newest stadiums of all those proposed since it was built at the beginning of 2000 and inaugurated in August 2009, its construction cost 83 million euros and the total capacity is 40 thousand people with this It already meets the minimum capacity requirements demanded by FIFA for the World Cup.
It was one of the first stadiums in the country to install solar panels on its roof, but It's used by a company that distributes electricity. It should still have reforms in various sectors to meet FIFA standards in the organizational part. Now we're going to Madrid to one of the stadiums with the most history in football, the Santiago Bernabéu. The home of Real Madrid was inaugurated. in 1947 and it has seen innumerable titles from the meringues in these decades it has undergone several renovations and was already the venue for the 1982 World Cup final, yes, the bernabéu that will receive the world cup will be totally different today the stadium is in full remodeling work with the final result seeking to be the most modern stadium in all of europe and not to mention the world as a whole the works will cost at least 800 million euros its capacity will increase to accommodate some 85 thousand people some of the most surprising technological details of the new stadium will be its retractable grass system will have a folding stand a sliding roof and can be adjusted to different events depending on your n need it will most likely end up being the venue for the final another stadium in the city of madrid is the metropolitan where atletico madrid plays it is the newest building of all the proposals being inaugurated in 2017 at a cost of 310 million euros Today it has a capacity for 68,000 456 people, so it could host at least one World Cup semifinal match. 96 percent of the seats are covered by the roof to protect the fans from rain or sun.
It is one of the stadiums with closer to the playing field with some areas being only six meters from the pitch at its inauguration it was the first stadium with 100% LED lighting for a better use of energy and it also reuses its water for irrigation and cleaning to cause less damage to the environment environment of madrid we are going to valencia where is the only stadium that has not yet been completed despite the fact that its construction began 15 years ago the nou mestalla was the great work of valencià q ue was looking to build a new stadium but the club's debts forced the works to stop in 2009 and since then they have not resumed.
In June of this year the club resubmitted the project for the new colossus that would have capacity for up to 70,000 people. In general, if it is completed, it would cost a total of around 350 million euros. Now the construction problem is to approve the modified licenses for this new project and to obtain financing sources, in case everything can be completed without problems, it could be the headquarters. from a semifinal now we are going further south to the city of murcia to the enrique rocca stadium also known as la nueva condomina home of the real murcia team that is in the spanish third division it is a modern stadium built in 2006 at a cost of 28 million euros and it is a category 4 of the uefa the problem is that today it does not have enough capacity to host a world cup since it can accommodate 31 thousand 179 people People already with this in mind, the Murcia city council announced that they will install one more ring to the stadium so that it reaches a capacity of 40,000 people, thus fulfilling the FIFA requirement.
This work would cost 10 million euros at the venue that is Further south on the continent we have the city of Malaga, which has the La Rosaleda stadium as its headquarters. It is one of the oldest venues, since it was inaugurated in 1941. In 2006, an important remodeling was carried out that cost 35 million euros, with which the The stadium reached a capacity for 30,389 people, since it did not reach the minimum capacity required, it was decided to expand the capacity of the current stadium rather than build a new one, at least it must have capacity for 10,000 more people, in addition to improving its access and the arrival of transport public there are many works to be carried out so that the stadium is ready by
2030now we are going to the most controversial selection of all that is in the city of seville the stadium o la cartuja sevilla is a city with large capacity stadiums such as betis villamarín from betis or ramón sánchez pizjuán from sevilla but the spanish federation decided on the cartuja stadium it was built in 1999 for the athletics world cup and cost 120 million euros It has a capacity for 57 thousand 619 people less than that of the Betis stadium The stadium is controversial because they are more on the outskirts of the city than the other two It has an athletics track around the field although it is expected that it will be removed in A total reform of the stadium and even the coach of the Spanish team, Luis Enrique, complained about the state of the playing field.
He must solve these criticisms to make it a venue worthy of a very football-loving city of Seville. We went further north to Zaragoza, where it is located. The Romareda stadium where Real Zaragoza plays in the second division This field was built in 1967 and has a capacity for 33,608 people The current stadium it will not be the headquarters since it is expected that a new stadium will be built in the city that will be called the new romareda the new construction would have a capacity for between 40,000 to 50,000 people and its construction could cost between 120 and 150 million euros the project still It did not start but it has the support of the Zaragoza city council, so it is assured that it will be carried out and that it must be completed before 2030.
Now we are traveling to the territory of the Basque Country, to Bilbao, in this case to another model stadium on the continent, the new San mamés athletic and the city of bilbao promoted this project to build a new stadium to replace the historic san mamés a process that culminated in 2013 with a total cost of 185 million euros today the stadium has a capacity for 53,000 331 people and was a Of the 12 venues chosen for the 2020 Eurocup, its most striking feature is the exterior covered by triangular panels that light up in different colors, although most of the time it is the red and white of the athlete in 2015 it was awarded as the best stadium in the world at the world architecture festival it will undoubtedly be one of the most spectacular venues a few kilometers from bilbao in the city of san sebastián is the stadium de anoeta or called the real arena house of the royal society was built in 1993 replacing the historic field of atocha but underwent a total reform in 2019 that removed the athletics track that surrounded the soccer field with this construction the stadium reaches a capacity of 39 thousand 313 people but it only needs some small adjustments to reach the 40,000 required by fifa in 2020 its renovation won the pre expert 6 design award the stadium has a covered façade that lights up in blue the color of the club also installs a coverage to protect the fans in cases of rain and in a hybrid grass so that it can have better resistance and better quality.
A little further west is the city of Gijón, which e is home to the stadium with the catchiest name, El Molinón and it is where the city's sporting team plays. It is considered the oldest stadium in Spain with the first reference to Molinón arriving in 1908. It had several reforms, including one for the 1982 World Cup and in 1997 which led to the stadium having a capacity for 30,000 people today it is 10,000 places below the minimum required, so it will need important reforms to reach the necessary capacity in addition to infrastructure since it only reaches category 3 at the uefa level and it must be at least category 4 unlike the other stadiums there is still no specific plan for these improvements now we move to the community of galicia to the city of la coruña to the riazor stadium home of sports the traditional team that today is in third division the stadium was inaugurated in 1944 it underwent major remodeling in the 1990s and today it has a capacity for 32,660 people the municipal government de la coruña has plans for a total remodeling of the riazor in the first place so that it reaches a capacity of 40 thousand 200 people thus fulfilling the minimum requirement of fifa in addition to building access ramps for people with disabilities parking lots internal issues such as changing rooms among several others works to receive the four-star rating from uefa a few kilometers from la coruña the city that houses the balaídos stadium is alive and where they play their celta' matches the stadium was inaugurated in 1928 but since 2015 it has been undergoing a renovation project which is expected to be completed by 2025 and will cost 50 million euros there is no confirmed capacity yet but it is expected to be around 30,000 people this is another stadium that will need to increase its capacity to reach the minimum capacity a rule that is not modifiable according to fifa in the reform process they should see how to add 10,000 more seats which will surely increase greatly In the same way, the reform budget must also work on issues such as parking spaces, internal access, among many other requirements.
The last headquarters of Spain is outside the continent. The Gran Canaria Stadium in the city of Las Palmas in the Canary Islands was built in 2003 and cost 90 million euros in 2014 had a reform that eliminated the athletics track and increased its capacity to the current 32 thousand 392 people. This is another stadium that needs a total reform to increase the capacity to 40,000 people and adapt the facilities for the needs of FIFA up to today there is no developed plan or budget the venue also has the difficulty of being located almost 1000 kilometers from the European continent of the Spanish venues let's move on to the venues in
portugalwhich in total proposes two cities with three stadiums in total the first city It is its capital, Lisbon, in which its largest stadium is located, Benfica's La Luz Stadium, is a modern stadium i It was inaugurated in 2003 and was built to host the 2004 Euro Cup that was played in the country, hosting the final.
In total, the construction cost 162 million euros. Today its capacity is 64,400 people, well above the requirements to be done from A semifinal is a UEFA Category 4 stadium and it received two Champions League finals in 2014 and 2020. Its most outstanding detail is the four arches above the roofs of the stands. The stadium will still require adjustments, but it is almost ready to go to the World Cup. Within the same Lisbon is the other proposed stadium, José Alvalade, home of Sporting, which bears the name of the founder of the club. It was built in 2003, also coinciding with the Eurocup that would be played in Portugal in 2004, at a total cost of 105 million euros and Its capacity is 50 thousand 95 people.
It is a modern stadium that hosted the UEFA Cup final in 2005. It has many colors throughout its façade and its interior, making it have a character Unique character among many stadiums Now it needs some improvements to be ready for the World Cup but within all they are minor details Finally we arrived in the city of Puerto to go to the Dragao stadium, home of FS Puerto Múltiple.European champion, like the other two venues, the stadium was built to replace its old building for the 2004 Euro Cup. It was inaugurated in November 2003 and cost 125 million euros.
Today its capacity is 50,033 people, about two thousand fewer than when it was inaugurated it was also a category 4 stadium and it hosted the finals of the annexation click in 2019 of the champions in 2021 it has particular characteristics such as tile designs in different sectors it is fully covered in the area of the stands and has green areas for Giving a sensation of nature Spain will reduce the stadiums that will present the final proposal from 15 to 11, adding to the 3 in Portugal to have a total of 14 of the 18 venues on the list 10 reach the minimum capacity of 40,000 people the Camp Nou Santiago metropolitan bernabéu nuevo mestalla la cartuja san mamés cornellá-el prat and the three portuguese stadiums some of the venues most in danger of being left out both for their stadiums As for the infrastructure of the city and the reforms that they will need to make are those of Vigo, La Coruña, Gijón, Málaga, Zaragoza, Gran Canarias, Murcia, and also partly with a line in Barcelona, the president of the Spanish federation, Luis Rubiales, said that the date to present the list The final of the stadiums will be on November 11, 2022, so each city must present its reform and financing plan to be a cell, which stadiums do you think will be on the final list?
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