Real Madrid: New Revamped Bernabeu Stadium To Feature Giant 360-Degree Screen All The Way Around Outside (Photo)

Chris Wright

17th, September 2018


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The latest update on Real Madrid’s plan to completely overhaul their famous Santiago Bernabeu stadium is that the club hope to begin work on the project over the next few months.

According to MARCA, almost everything is in place for things to get underway, with Real currently securing permission from their shareholders to plunge the club into debt to facilitate the bank-rolling of their new €400million ground.

As such, Los Blancos are planning to begin the renovation before the end of 2018.

Real first shared the mock-up designs of their proposed new stadium in 2014, though refinements have been taking place ever since and the official final plans will now be presented to directors this coming Sunday.

The Madrid giants will essentially be turning their iconic, 70-year-old home into a futuristic silver bread bin – a bread bin that will also feature a giant, 360° wrap-around big screen running around the entire outer wall…

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The New Bernabeu will also have a state-of-the-art retracting roof as well as housing a gigantic shopping mall and various other leisure and refreshment facilities.

Basically, if they end up pulling it off for less than €400million, Pies will gladly eat every hat on sale in the new club megastore.

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  1. VieuxSang says:

    Looks like a Roomba. Momentum will be lost absorbing the costs, I suspect. This can only bode well for those who wish to see anyone else winning the CL. Liverpool will win it this time, I can smell it In the air. A shame Sarri doesn’t have Chelsea aligned in time to take advantage of the situation.

  2. Jules says:

    That’s cool. The Bernabeu already is a masterpiece. Unlike Old Trafford, that look smaller that it is on the inside due to the low height of the ceiling (I don’t know why they’ve done that), the Bernabeu actually feels bigger than it is. I was lucky to be there once and it’s the most imposing stadium I’ve seen to date.

  3. Nuno says:

    You should be quite safe on that last bet of yours Chris. Real Madrid just approved the financing for €525m. Said the extra €125m was because of a decision from the Court of Justice… ahah

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