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Looks like Feyenoord (Netherlands) finally decided to go with the proposal to renovate/expand the current stadium rather than going with an entirely new stadium. Capacity would go from the approximate current 52,000 to 70,000. Expectation is that Ajax could still choose to increase the Amsterdam Arena from 52,000 to 60 or 65,000 while there is an option on the table to add a third their to bring it to 80 or so thousand...though the latter sounds far less likely at the moment.
Good to see De Kuip stadium legacy living on..design seems nice enough..though nothing terribly inspiring
Nice to see the likes of Hungary and Croatia getting some investment into their facilities.
They should be aiming for what Poland have currently, nearly all their grounds in the Ekstraklasa have been rebuilt or are new builds from the ground up. This'll only help attendance and help to combat violence I'd imagine.
Turkey are also similarly having a stadium building boom. The Süper Lig will have one of the highest average standards of stadiums very soon. Italy would be jealous for example.
well DVTK's attendance is at least 5000 every time at home, Ferencvárosi TC's is around 10 000...and thats it, AND! every week there is around 20 000 people in all the stadiums in Hungary in our premier leauge so the main attendance per matchday's come from these two. but football "just" have to get better to lure people in these stadiums