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Juventus Arena – New Stadium at Torino, Italy

Posted by Cristi On September - 9 - 2011 1 Comment
Juventus Arena outside view

Juventus Arena (which is a temporary name) is a new Stadium in Torino, which will be home-ground for Juventus Torino, replacing Delle Alpi. It was inaugurated on 8 September 2011 with a pompous ceremony and a friendly match against┬áNotts County, an English club who allowed Juventus Torino to use Black-and-White colors more than one hundred  [ Read More ]

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Stadio Olimpico of Rome – Italy

Posted by Cristi On August - 31 - 2011 0 Comment
Stadio Olimpico in Rome inside

Stadio Olimpico of Rome is the most important sports structure in the capitale of Italy. The stadium is the home ground of the two major football clubs in Rome, Societa Sportiva Lazio and Associazione Sportiva Roma. With a current capacity of 72,698 places, Stadio Olimpico is the second largest football arena in Italy, surpassed only  [ Read More ]

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National Arena Stadium Bucharest

A few days ago, National Arena Stadium from Bucharest, Romania was finished. It wasn’t officially opened yet (this will happen with a football game on it) but the press was allowed in and we can now see some pictures and vids. National Arena Stadium is the biggest Romanian stadium (55000 seats) and will host a  [ Read More ]

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Al-Khor Stadium – proposed for 2022

Posted by Cristi On August - 1 - 2011 0 Comment
Al-khor Stadium 2022

Al-Khor is one of the proposed stadiums for 2022 when Qatar will hold FIFA World Cup. Like all other buildings and structures from Qatar, Al-Khor comes with futuristic concepts which will revolutionize all standards in sport arenas. Al-Khor will have a 45000 seats capacity and will be located in a sports and recreation zone. It  [ Read More ]

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Allianz Arena Stadium – Munchen, Germany

Posted by Cristi On August - 1 - 2011 1 Comment
Allianz Arena

Allianz Arena is a modern football stadium located in Munchen (Germany), home ground of Bundesliga champions FC Bayern Munchen and of second Bundesliga side Sportverein Munchen von 1860. With a current capacity of 69,901 seats, it is the third largest football arena in Germany, after Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund and Olympiastadion in Berlin. Inaugurated  [ Read More ]

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