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Manchester: Etihad Stadium (training ground)
Training centre for Manchester City FC. Pitches: 17. 
Accommodation for 400 young players, stadium. First team 
building with changing rooms, gym, refectory and injury 
and rehab centre. Staff offices and a media centre. Civil, 
structural services: Capita Symonds. Construction: BAM.
Capacity
7,000
Completion
£100m
Manchester: FC United Stadium
Planned soccer stadium for non-league team with 
community facilities on the Ronald Johnson playing 
fields, Lightbowne Road, Moston. Transport consultant: 
Singleton Clamp & Partners. 
Capacity
5,000
Northampton: Franklins Gardens
North Stand plans for rugby ground with council for 
approval. Replaces 60-year old Sturtridge Pavilion. 
Ground floor public bar and two floors of hospitality 
suites and boxes. New control room and first-aid room. 
Extension of media facilities around the ground.
Capacity
15,500 (1,926)
Cost
£5.5m
Completion
2015
London Olympic Stadium.

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PANSTADIA & ARENA MANAGEMENT WINTER 2013/14
Worcester: Worcestershire Cricket Ground
Redevelopment of New Road ground, including Premier 
Inn (£7.5m) 120-bedroom hotel and restaurant, 
conference and executive facilities. Planning permission 
sought. Pitch system: Groundwater Dynamics. Owner: 
Worcestershire CCC (CE David Leatherdale).
Cost
£10m
Workington Stadium
Proposed stadium for Workington soccer and rugby 
league and possibly speedway. Requires council funding 
from sale of land. Cost: 
Cost
£12m
York Community Stadium
For York City FC (Jason McGill), York City Knights Rugby 
League Club, York City Athletics Club. York Council is 
proposing site at Monks Cross together with retail park 
(Stadium Tsar: Tim Atkins). Developer: Oakgate.
Capacity
6,000 (2,000 seats)
Completion
2014
ETHIOPIA
National stadium. Addis Ababa
Coffee bean shaped stadium and sports village. 
Athletics track, aquatics centre, residential village, 
sports halls, arenas, retail and commercial zones and 
the headquarters of the Federal Sport Commission. 
Architects: DESIGNSPORT (with Australian Laboratory for 
Visionary Architecture) and JDAW.
Capacity
60,000
Completion
Work begins 2014
FINLAND
Helsinki: Olympic Stadium
Renovation and expansion. Widening of track, roofing 
over stands, new infrastructure. Work must be monitored 
by Finnish National Board of Antiquities to ensure 
preservation. Structural engineering: Sweco (Euros 2m).
Completion
2018
FRANCE
Bordeaux: Stade Atlantique
For Girondins de Bordeaux. Piling and early construction 
underway. Operator: Stade Bordeaux Atlantique. Design, 
build, operate: Vinci Concessions, Vinci Construction and 
Fayat, associated to architects Herzog and de Meuron. 
Finance: 30-year PPP contract. Will host matches of Euro 
2016. Owner: City of Bordeaux. Business seats: 3,000. 
Loges: 1,000.
Capacity
43,000
Cost
€200m
Completion
April 2015
Evry-Essonne: National Rugby Stadium
Proposal for national stadium on site 25km south of 
Paris. Permission granted to purchase the development 
site. Competitive dialogue opened for build and maintain 
contract. Developer: French Rugby Federation (FFR). 
Retractable roof and removable pitch. Architects: 
Populous and Ateliers 2/3/4. Events: 17-20.
Capacity
82,000
Cost
€600m
Completion
2017 (starts 2014)
Lens: Stade Felix Bollaert
Major renovation. Will host Euro 2016 matches. Owner: 
City of Lens. Operator: Racing Club de Lens. 
Capacity
40,113
Cost
€111.2m
Lyon: Stade des Lumières
Planned 50-acre development for soccer club Olympique 
Lyonnais, with training centre, two hotels. Will host 
matches of Euro 2016. In Decines-Charpieu area of city. 
Octagonal stadium will have transparent roof. Developer: 
OL Group (director general Patrick Iliou). OL Group and 
Vinci are negotiating contract for construction/operation. 
Marketing partner: SportFive (10-year deal). Events: 
30-35. Parking: 7,000. Architect: Populous.
Capacity
57,628
Marseille: Stade Velodrome
Will host matches of Euro 2016. Major phased renovation 
focused on spectator facilities, especially for corporates. 
Separate rugby stadium alongside. Funding: Public private 
partnership. Contractor: Vinci. Owner: City of Marseille.
Capacity
65,000
Cost
€151.1m
Completion
2014
Nancy: Stade Marcel Picot
Major renovation planned as part of preparation to host 
games of Euro 2016. Owner: Community of Grand Nancy. 
Operator: AS Nancy Lorraine.
Capacity
31,973
Cost
€60m
Completion
2014
Paris: Arena 92 Stadium
Rugby stadium for Racing Métro 92 in Nanterre in the 
western suburbs of Paris has secured funding. Includes 
office accom. 
Capacity
32,000 (rugby), 41,000 (concerts)
Cost
€300m
Completion
2016
Paris: Parc des Princes 
Major renovation planned as part of preparation to host 
games of Euro 2016. PSG wants 60,000 capacity in new 
stadium. Owner: City of Paris. Operator: SESE.
Capacity
50,000 (40,058)
Cost
€70-90m
Completion
2014
Paris: Roland Garros
Enlarging, modernising and rethinking of the historic 
Roland Garros site at Porte d’Auteuil. French Tennis 
Federation chose to stick with Roland Garros. Area: 35 
acres. Courts: 35 outside. New 5,000-seat stadium and 
a new press centre. Main Philippe Chatrier court will be 
redesigned and feature a retractable roof.
Cost
€273m
Completion
2016
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Northampton: Sixfields
Planning application made for New East Stand for 
soccer stadium, home of Northampton Town FC. 
Executive boxes, improved concessions. Conference 
centre and gym. These latter will be shared by a hotel 
to be built at a later date, attached to the stand, 
and designed to bring non-matchday revenue to the 
club. Athletics club sited next to stadium moving to 
Moulton Sports.
Capacity
2,000
Nottingham Forest Stadium
Proposed new ‘carbon neutral’ soccer stadium on a 
greenfield site in the Gamston area of the city. Chief 
executive: Mark Arthur.
Capacity
45,000
Cost
£50-£125m
Completion
2014
Peterborough: London Road Stadium
Redevelopment of Moy’s End grandstand following 
agreement between Posh and Peterborough City Council. 
Stand to include a skills centre. Contractor: Kier Eastern. 
Plymouth: Higher Home Park
Planning approved for new stand at Argyle’s stadium. 
Plus 10-screen cinema and ice rink. Developer Akkeron. 
Cost
£50m (grandstand £10m)
Completion
2014
Truro Stadium
Proposed stadium at Langarth, Threemilestone, near 
Truro for soccer and rugby. Tenants: Cornish Pirates, 
Truro City Football Club, Truro College, Cornwall College 
and the Royal Cornwall Hospital. Council no longer 
offering funds. Outline planning granted. Feasibility 
study: Gardiner and Theobald.
Capacity
10,000
Cost
£14m
Wakefield Trinity Stadium
Stadium for the Rugby League Wildcats and 100-acre 
business park near Stanley. Previous project was 
referred to the UK Secretary of State, which was a 
blow to receiving a Super League licence. Developer: 
Yorkcourt Properties.
Capacity
12,000
Cost
£19m
Watford: Vicarage Road
Club is regularly exceeding 15,000 crowds and so has 
decided to develop East Stand (3,000 with option for 
more). VIP also being built into South West corner. 
Design and construction: GL Events.
Capacity
24,000 (+3,000)
Cost
£32.5m
Wimbledon AFC stadium
Club hopes to develop Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium. 
House buyer to take over current site. Discussions with 
Merton Council to change designation of venue.
Capacity
11,000
Cost
£16m
Wolverhampton: Molineux Stadium
Three phase expansion to 35,700 for Wolverhampton 
Wanderers FC. First phase demolition and replacement 
of the Stan Cullis (North) Stand with two-tier stand 
(£16m). Second phase of Steve Bull stand on hold until 
funds available. Construction: Buckingham Group (Kevin 
Underwood). Project Manager: Drivers Jonas Deloitte. 
Architect: AFL (masterplan).
Capacity
31,700 (28,500)
Worcester City FC Stadium
Plans for stadium on Nunnery Way site approved 
by Worcester City Council. Developer: St Modwen. 
Adjacent hotel, restaurant and offices. Club 
playing at Aggborough, home of Kidderminster in 
2013-14 season.
Capacity
3,000
Completion
June 2014
Northhampton Sixfields.

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STADIUMS
 
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Saint-Etienne: Stade Geoffroy Guichard
Major renovation planned as part of preparation to host 
games of Euro 2016. Owner: Saint-Etienne Metropole.
Capacity
39,327
Cost
€75m
Completion
2014
Strasbourg: Stade de la Meinau
Major renovation planned as part of preparation to host 
games of Euro 2016 but city not on shortlist. Owner: 
Community of Strasbourg. Operator: Community of 
Strasbourg.
Capacity
36,645
Cost
€160m
Completion
2014
Toulouse: Stadium Municipal
Major renovation planned as part of preparation to host 
games of Euro 2016. City chosen as reserve. Owner: City 
of Toulouse.
Capacity
37,050
Cost
€56m
Completion
2014
GERMANY
Berlin: An der Alten Foersterei
New stand and fan house for classic soccer stadium. 
Capacity
25,000-30,000
Cost
€30m
Completion
2013-14
Chemnitz: Stadion an der Gellerstrasse
For FC Chemnitzer. Demolition of old stadium, 
construction of modern soccer stadium with catering, 
office and retail. Architect: agn Niederberghaus & Partner 
(Stefan Nixdorf). Construction: BAM Sports (Euros 23m).
Capacity
14,070 (7,900 seated)
Completion
2015
Regensburg Arena
New soccer stadium for SW Jahn, a third division club. 
Four grandstands visually pulled together by red facade. 
Architect: agn Niederberghaus & Partner (Stefan 
Nixdorf). Design and build: BAM Sports.
Capacity
24,000
Wolfsburg Stadium
Overall project constitutes the construction of VfL Center 
(facilities for the first team) and the construction of 
outdoor facilities. Soccer stadium for VfL’s women’s and 
U23 teams. TV standard lighting and undersoil heating. 
Architect: KHS Architekten. Construction: Ed. Züblin and 
STRABAG Sportstättenbau.
Capacity
5,200
Cost
€26.8m
Completion
July 2014
Zwickau FC Stadium
One main stand for soccer. Architect: ARC. Contractor 
sought.
Capacity
10,000
Cost
€18m
Completion
2015
GHANA
Cape Coast Stadium
Facilities including athletics track, two football fields with 
natural turf, two outdoor basketball courts, handball 
court, tennis court, boxing training field, gymnasium, 
athletes’ hostel, LED screen and audio system. 
Contractor: Jiang Xi International (China). 
Capacity
15,000
Cost
$30m (financed with a Chinese grant)
Completion
Summer 2015
Regensburg Arena
Tema Stadium
Upgrade with support from Greenwich Council for 
Culture and Olympics, London, England. Owner: TEMA 
Metropolitan Assembly. Information technology centre 
and construction of spectators’ seats to increase  
capacity from 7,000 to 10,000.
Capacity
10,000
GREECE
Piraeus: AEK Athens Stadium
Proposed temple of football and of greek sport 
according to AEK owner Demetri Melissanidi. Home 
for AEK and New Philadelphia teams. UEFA 4-star. 
Religious-leaning architecture, grand central entrance; 
four corner towers hold up a fabric roof. Two tiers, Club 
seats: 1200. Suites: 40. Underground parking: 400-
500. Area 65,000m
2
.
Capacity
32,500-34,000
Completion
2015
HUNGARY
Budapest: National Stadium
Inside the walls of Ferenc Puskas stadium. Track 
removed to provide space for updated spectator facilities. 
Athletics, swimming and velodrome next door.
Capacity
65,000
Cost
€300m
Completion
2017
IRAQ
Baghdad: Al Risafa Sports Stadium
New soccer stadium to FIFA standards. Owner: Ministry of 
Youth and Sports. Project management: Hill International 
(IQD3.8bn – $3.3m)
Capacity
30,000
Cost
IQD116bn ($100m)
Basrah: Al-Menaa Stadium
Football stadium with practice facilities. Design/build: 
Anwar Soura/360 Architecture.
Capacity
30,000
Cost
S$86m
Completion
2013
Basrah Sport City
Multi-use development anchored by stadiums of 65,000 
and 10,000 capacities. For hosting Gulf Cup. Design/
build: Anwar Soura/360 Architecture.
Capacity
65,000
Najaf Stadium
Football stadium. Landscaping to connect the  
stadium to the city. Passive cooling towers.  
Construction: Anwar Soura General Contracting. 
Architect: 360 Architecture.
Capacity
30,000
Cost
US$83.75m
ISRAEL
Haifa Stadium
At base of Mount Carmel. Architects: Mansfeld Kehat 
and KSS. 
Capacity
30,000
ITALY
Milan: Internazionale Stadium
Proposed new stadium as part of investment from 
a Chinese consortium. Developer: China Railway 
Construction Corporation. 
Completion
2017
Naples: San Paolo Stadium
Napoli has decided to stay at San Paolo and upgrade 
with city’s help.  Napoli will gain ownership rights (99 
years) so that it can exploit the stadium commercially. 
Development of Fuorigrotta area around the stadium for 
non-matchday events and services. Napoli museum.
Rome, Tor di Valle: AS Roma Football Stadium
A brand new stadium and training centre in Tor di Valle in 
southwest Rome for the football team AS Roma. Currently 
the club rents the city’s Stadio Olimpico for its home 
matches. The new stadium will be developed and managed 
by Italian real estate firm Grupo ParsItalia. Feasibility 2013, 
approval 2014, build 2015. Architect: Dan Meis.
Capacity
55,000-60,000
Cost
300m
Completion
2016
Udine: Stadio Friuli
Major redevelopment of home of Udinese soccer club, 
granted a 99 lease by council, to provide better fan 
experience. Funding secured. Club sharing in Trieste 
during construction work.
Capacity
25,000
Cost
€25m
Completion
2013 (starts)
MALAWI
Blantyre: National Stadium
Publicly-funded modern stadium with help from Chinese 
construction companies. 
Capacity
40,000
Cost
$70m
Completion
2014
NETHERLANDs
Rotterdam, Nieuw Stadion
A new home for Feyenoord FC. Retractable roof, Business 
seats: 6,300. Skyboxes: 90. Underground parking spaces: 
1,500. The stadium will be built within metres of the 
old Feyenoord ground, De Kuip, which will be kept as a 
secondary venue. Contractor: VolkerWessels. Start: 2016.
Capacity
63,000
Cost
€313m
Completion
2018
NORTHERN IRELAND
Belfast: Casement Park
Conversion to all-seater stadium for Gaelic sport and 
Ulster rugby. Floodlights, premium and corporate facilities 
and other amenities. Finance: NI Government and the 
Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).
Capacity
40,000
Cost
£100m
Belfast: Glentoran Stadium
Glentoran Chairman Terence Brannigan looking to move 
club away from the Oval, possibly to the Blanchflower 
Stadium site.
Capacity
8,000
Cost
£10m
A striking new stadium for  
SW Jahn in Regensburg will be 
built by BAM Sports.

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PANSTADIA & ARENA MANAGEMENT WINTER 2013/14
Belfast: Ravenhill Stadium
Upgrade for rugby stadium. Ticket office, shop, education 
centre, bar/catering facilities, changing and treatment 
rooms, indoor training surface and media facilities. 
Funding secured. Three new stands: Memorial end 2,500 
seats and 1,500 terracing; Aquinas 3,200 seats. New 
grandstand 3,200 seats.
Capacity
18,200
Completion
2015
Belfast: Windsor Park Stadium
A redevelopment to the football stadium as well as 
Ravenhill Rugby Ground and the GAA’s Casement Park, 
£110m set aside for the three building projects through 
the department of Culture, Arts and Leisure.
Capacity
18,000
Cost
£25m
Completion
Summer 2015
OMAN
North A’Sharqiyah: A’Rustaq Sports Complex
Public facilities and football stadium.
Capacity
12,000
South Al Batinah: Al Sa’ada Sports Complex
Expansion of complex and doubling of  current stadium’s 
capacity.
Capacity
18,000
Musandam: Khasab Sports Complex
International standard football stadium, hockey, tennis, 
covered pool (800), gymnasium (1100).
Capacity
17,000
POLAND
Lodz Municipal Stadium
Long-term proposal for soccer stadium, with indoor 
arena, now beginning construction.
Capacity
16,500
Completion
Spring 2014
QATAR
Al Wakrah Stadium
Soccer stadium for World Cup 2022. Project manager: 
KEO. Design consultant: AECOM.  Architect: Zaha Hadid 
Architects. Programme manager: CH2M Hill
Capacity
45,000 (World Cup) 20,000 (legacy)
Doha: Sport City Stadium
Design draws inspiration from traditional Arab tents. A 
retractable roof, partly retractable pitch and retractable 
stands for multi-use after hosting 2022 FIFA World Cup. 
Capacity
47,560
ROMANIA
Bucarest: Craiova Stadium
Proposed replacement of Oblemenco stadium. UEFA 4 
star, two-tier and VIP.
Capacity
40,000
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RUSSIA
Krasnodar: FC Krasnodar Stadium
To include sliding roof.
Capacity
30,000
Completion
2014
Krasnodar: FC Kuban Stadium
Stadium for soccer team but capable of staging other events 
including rugby. Angled roof to retain noise. On podium 
with surrounding landscaped parking. Envelope design 
influenced by Russian artist and architect El Lissitsky. Plates 
of solid and perforated metal peel away from the bowl. 
Architect: AFL Architects, Tecnion, Syntesis Rus.
Capacity
45,000
Moscow: VTB Arena
Stadium and arena combination on site of Dynamo 
stadium, designed to retain historic elements of 
Petrovsky park. Also two levels of retail and one of 
parking. Architects: MANICA Architecture and SpeeCH.
Capacity
27,000 (stadium)
Completion
2017
Petersburg: Saint Petersburg Arena
New home for Zenit on Krestovsky Island in the north 
west of the city. For 2018 World Cup. It will be the only 
stadium in Eastern Europe equipped with a removable 
field and sliding roof to allow it to host sporting or cultural 
events in all conditions. Government cash in question 
after criticism of project. Height: 75m. Diameter: 287m. 
Area: 287,000m
2
. Commercial: 50,000m
2
. Architect: 
Kisho Kurokawa.
Capacity
68,000 sport, 77,000 concerts
Cost
$1.1 billion
Completion
December 2015
Samara Soccer Stadium
One of the twelve stadiums to be used for the FIFA 
World Cup 2018, all of which require construction or 
refurbishment.
Capacity
44,000
Cost
$320m
Completion
In time for 2018 FIFA World Cup
Sochi: Fisht Olympic Stadium
Main stadium for the 2014 Winter Olympic and 
Paralympic Games. Designed to represent winter 
sports and look to sea and mountains. Convertible to 
soccer stadium for 2018 World Cup and tenant team. 
Developer: Olympstroy. Design and build consortium. 
Architect Populous. Contractor: Engeocom and 
Botta Management. 
Capacity
40,000
Vladivostok Stadium
Proposed soccer stadium as part of sports and leisure 
development by local authority.
Capacity
16,000
SAUDI ARABIA
Jeddah: King Abdullah Stadium
Soccer stadium plus mosque, 10,000 capacity 
arena. Developer: Saudi Aramco. Architect: 
Arup. Consulting: BAM Sports. Construction: 
Al-Muhaidib Trading & Contracting and 
Six Construct. 
Capacity
60,000
Cost
$533m
Completion
end 2013
Bucharest Craiova Stadium.
Kuban Stadium.

SCOTLAND
Aberdeen Community Stadium
Club and council worked on outline plans for community 
stadium at Loirston Loch near Cove (King’s Links 
rejected). Feasibility study conducted (£600,000). 
Council go-ahead granted and minister agreed. Stadium 
with offices, hotel, retail, training facilities for club 
and community. Finance: sale of Pitodrie stadium for 
development, council contribution, grants, naming rights. 
Construction: Barr Construction (preferred bidder).
Capacity
21,000
Cost
£38m
Completion
2014
Edinburgh: Tynecastle Stadium
On hold, awaiting finance. Planning permission sought to 
upgrade Heart of Midlothian FC with 10,000-seat main 
stand, hotel, 12,000m
2
 office space, conference and 
banqueting facilities, residential and commercial units.
Capacity
23,000
Cost
£51m
Edinburgh: Academicals Rugby Club
Edinburgh Academicals Rugby Club, the second oldest 
club in the UK, has confirmed that it will build its 
new facility in Stockbridge, Edinburgh It will contain 
conference facilities and a rugby museum, with 
associated retail. Jobs: 100.
Capacity
5,000 (2,500 seated)
Cost
£8m
Completion
2014
Glasgow: Scotstoun Stadium
Redeveloped athletics stadium will be training ground (3G 
artificial) for Glasgow Warriors Rugby Club and one of the 
Commonwealth Games host venues. New grandstands, 
indoor athletics training facilities, refurbishment of the 
outdoor 400-metre athletics track, extension of the cafe, 
reception and foyer areas, new fitness suite facilities. 
Construction: Galliford Try.
Capacity
6,000
Cost
£17.6m
Paisley: St Mirren FC
New in Ferguslie area. Seeking buyer of Love 
Street ground.
Capacity
10,000
SLOVAKIA
Bratislava: National Stadium
Public/private partnership proposal. International tender 
for design and construction of UEFA standard stadium to 
play internationals. Finance: government subsidy.
Capacity
35,000
Cost
€69.12m
SOUTH AFRICA
Krugersdorp: Amakhosi Stadium
Proposed new stadium for Kaizer Chiefs.  
Developer: Lefika.
Capacity
55,000
Completion
R1.2bn
SPAIN
Barcelona: Camp Nou Stadium
Super upgrade for Barcelona’s Catalan home awaiting 
finance. New hospitality and public areas, service 
basement and museum. Roof and a brightly coloured 
mosaic outer skin that glows at night. Client: FC 
Barcelona. Architect: Foster + Partners. Project architect: 
Mouzhan Majidi. Consultants: Ramboll Whitbybird, 
Gleeds, Jason Bruges, AFL Architects, Pfeifer, PHA, RWDI, 
SDG, STRI. Footprint: 52,000m
2
 Area (gross): 180,000m
2

Capacity
106,000
Cost
€250m
Bilbao: San Mames Barria Stadium
In construction. Season ticket owner transfer in 
operation. Owner: San Mames Barria, S.L. Operator: 
Athletic Bilbao. Architects: César Azkarate, Mikel Sanz de 
Prit. Structural engineer: ACXT Idom.
Cost
€211m
Completion
2014
Madrid: Atletico Madrid Stadium
Multi-business stadium with local transport (metro) links. 
Club moving out of Vicente Calderon. Area: 85,000m
2

Capacity
70,000
Completion
2016
Malaga Stadium
Qatari owner Sheikh Abdulla Bin Nasser Al-Thani has 
outlined plans for a new stadium and training academy.
Capacity
65,000
Cost
£300m
Valencia CF Stadium
Half finished and still on hold after financial difficulties 
of club. Three-tier (22,000 bottom tier, 18,000 middle, 
35,000 upper) soccer stadium in NE Valencia. Architects: 
Reid Fenwick Associates. Engineer: Arup Sport. Mestalla 
stadium to be sold to property developers.
Capacity
75,000
Cost
€300m
SWITZERLAND
Lausanne Football Stadium
A single circular building houses football stadium, 
school, pools (10m, 25m, 50m). Part of new urban 
layout. Green: solar thermal and voltaic panels, 
natural daylight. Developer: Lausanne City Council. 
Architects: Jean-Baptiste Ferrari et Associes, gmp. 
Structural design TENSIS (competition). Fire safety: CR 
Conseils. Landscape design: Hager Partner. Transport 
planning: KONTEXTPLAN. Sustainability: TRANSSOLAR 
Energietechnik. Parking: 1,220. 
Capacity
13,000 (football), 20,000 (other)
Completion
2019 (starts 2016)
Zurich football stadium
Proposed soccer-dedicated stadium. Possible standing 
area. Developer: city.
Capacity
16,000 (international), 20,000 
(domestic)
Cost
Sfr150m
Completion
2017
TANZANIA
Dar-es-Salaam: National Stadium
Contractor: Beijing Construction Engineering Group Co Ltd.
Capacity
60,000
Cost
US$54.6m
Kaunda Stadium
Capacity
40,000
Cost
$20m
Completion
June 2015 (starts 2013)
TURKEY
Bursaspor: Timsah Stadium
New home for Bursaspor FC. Green skin to reflect 
‘crocodile’ associated with club. Architect: Sozuneri 
Architects. Finance: city. Area: 150,000m
2
.
Capacity
45,000
Cost
€70m
Completion
2014
Istanbul: Besiktas Stadium
New stadium for Besiktas soccer team on site of existing 
facility by Bosphorus. Convention and cultural centre. 
Build-operate-transfer model. Naming rights deal with 
Vodafone. 
Capacity
42,000
Cost
€120m
Completion
2014
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Abu Dhabi Stadium
Developer Mubada has prequalified five companies to 
build a new sports stadium with retractable roof as part of 
the Capital City District development next to Khalifa City.
Capacity
65,000
Cost
$1bn
Abu Dhabi: Al Ain: Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium
New timeline for soccer stadium amid sporting and mixed 
use development. Area: 45,000m
2
.  Design and build: 
BAM Sports.  Operator: Al Ain Club Investment Company. 
Tenant team: Al Ain Football Club.
Capacity
25,000
Completion
last quarter 2013
Dubai: Al Wasl Sports Club
Proposed upgrade to become air-conditioned stadium. 
Developer: Dubai Sports Council.
Capacity
25,000
WALES
Cardiff City Stadium
Capacity increase to take advantage of moving up a 
division. Two phases: Second tier on Ninian stand; more 
capacity on ends.
Capacity
38,000 (26,800)
Completion
2014
Ebbw Vale: Circuit of Wales
Work beginning on motorsport circuit with a green theme. 
Council positive but Welsh parliament involved. Funding: 
Public/private partnership. £2m loan from Welsh 
government so far. 3.5 mile track for all kinds of auto 
sport, hotel, retail and commercial. Developer: Heads 
of the Valleys Development Company. Construction 
(preliminary): FCC and Alun Griffiths Contractors.
Cost
£280m
Capacity
15,000
Newport: Dragons Stadium
New stadium on site of Rodney Parade going through 
planning permission. Includes an 84-room hotel, 105 
student flats, restaurant, conference facilities, offices 
and public gym. Architect: S&P. Planning: RPS. Cost 
consultant: Gleeds. Transport: Pinnacle. Boxes: 20.
Capacity
15,000
Cost
£40m
ZIMBABWE
Southern Province: Livingstone Stadium
Soccer stadium and community sport facilities.
Capacity
30,000
Completion
Started January 2013
Victoria Falls Cricket Ground
Local council has granted planning approval for a stadium 
near the iconic site to become country’s third international 
Test ground. Also home for domestic side Matabeleland 
Tuskers and open for touring teams to practise.
Completion
Started 2012
south america
BRAZIL
Cuiaba: Arena Pantanal
The design of this stadium has focused on sustainability. 
It will be a multi-purpose stadium but primarily used for 
football. Architect: GCP Arquitetos.
Capacity
27,968 (42,968 for FIFA World Cup 2014)
Cost
$265m (over 50% funded by federal 
government)
Completion
December 2013
Curitiba: Arena da Baixada
Renovations to this old stadium include increased 
seating parallel to the pitch and improvements to 
facilities in and around the stadium.
Capacity
40,000
Cost
$234m
Completion
December 2013
Manaus: Arena Amazonia
Estádio Vivaldo Lima will house underground parking with 
monorail and bus services. Architect: gmp Architekten. 
Construction: Andrade Gutierrez. The stadium will host 4 
group fixtures during the FIFA World Cup 2014.
Capacity
44,000
Cost
$270m
Completion
December 2013
Natal: Estadio das Dunas
The 1972 stadium that stood in its place was demolished 
in 2011 to make way for an improved venue capable 
of holding FIFA World Cup 2014 matches. Commercial 
buildings, hotels and a shopping centre will feature 
around the stadium once built. Architect: Populous.
Capacity
33,000 (43,000 for the World Cup)
Cost
$203m
Completion
December 2013
 Porto Alegre: Estadio Beira-Rio
Home stadium for football club Sport Club Internacional. 
Undergoing renovations to increase capacity and meet 
FIFA regulations for the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2014.
Capacity
51,000
Completion
December 2013
 Sao Paulo: Arena de Sao Paulo
Will host the opening game for the FIFA World Cup 2014 
and be home to Corinthians F.C. afterwards. Jobs: 6,000 
(construction). Stadium capacity will be at 68,000 during 
the FIFA World Cup after the installation of temporary 
bleachers with space for 20,000 additional spectators.
Capacity
48,000
Cost
$350m
Completion
December 2013
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for North America stadiums see the  
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UKVMA at first 
direct arena
The UK Venue Managers Association held its latest 
meeting at the brand new first direct arena in Leeds. 
Amongst the presentations was a briefing on zero 
hours contracts.
T
he UK Venue Managers Association 
(UKVMA) provides a platform for 
members to share information, management 
styles, real life experiences and best practice 
whilst gaining access to other members, 
networking opportunities and suppliers. 
Members are primarily multipurpose venue 
and facility managers from the sports and 
entertainment sector. With over 30 years 
of experience in these sectors themselves, 
Michael Cunnah and Noel Jeffs, from Stadium 
Management Systems, are both on the board 
of the UKVMA.
Membership not only includes free entry 
to the four meetings held each year across 
the UK, in different member venues, 
but also member rates on all UKVMA 
partnerships, including educational courses, 
complementary quarterly PanStadia and 
Arena Management Magazine posted and 
full access to the membership section of the 
UKVMA website.
The UKVMA held its latest meeting at 
the brand new first direct arena Leeds in 
November. The arena’s Marketing Director 
Tony Watson and his colleagues proved 
excellent hosts for a day’s discussion and 
networking. The theme for the day was 
‘how to extract more value from your 
venue’. Speakers included Sodexo. Levy 
Restaurants, Goodform, Agilysys and Blandy 
and Blandy LLP. The day concluded with a 
behind the scenes tour of the new arena.
The next meeting will be in Spring 2014 
and details will be released soon. If you are 
interested in attending, and also regarding 
membership, then please go to www.
ukvma.org or contact Konrad Start at 
konrad@aladltd.co.uk
Zero Hours contracts
At our recent meeting at the first direct arena in Leeds, Shaun Hogan, 
employment lawyer at Thames Valley law firm Blandy & Blandy LLP, spoke 
about the use of Zero Hours contracts (ZHCs) at venues across the country and 
the pitfalls to avoid.
ZHCs are a type of ‘employment’ contract used to hire staff without the 
company having to provide a minimum amount of work or to pay staff unless 
they carry out work. Under a ZHC, a company can contact staff as and when 
they require the manpower.
ZHCs have received considerable negative media attention in recent months 
but Hogan thinks this should not put organisations off using them, in the right 
circumstances and in the right form: “Despite the negative aspects touched on 
by the media, ZHCs are nevertheless a useful alternative to relying on agency 
workers who may not know your business as well as you would want. Some 
of the criticism has been unfair as it ignores the fact that individuals on these 
contracts do enjoy protection under many of the employment laws which 
protect those on ‘regular’ employment contracts, such as under The Working 
Time Regulations 1998 and The Equality Act 2010.
Hogan advises that the biggest pitfall is using these contracts in circumstances 
for which they were not intended: “To minimise the risk of employment 
claims and the risk of damage to reputation, an organisation should only 
use ZHCs where there is a legitimate need for a flexible workforce, because 
the organisation cannot guarantee that work will be available and therefore 
does not want to hire individuals with guaranteed hours. If events pop up 
sporadically, or the requirements for the event change at the last minute 
(resulting in a greater staffing requirement) ZHCs may well be an efficient and 
cost-effective way to engage staff. However, consideration still needs to be 
given to how the relationship should be structured and whether the potential 
benefits of using a ZHC outweigh the possible negatives. For example, the 
difficulties of complying with pension auto-enrolment obligations with zero 
hours workers may prove too troublesome for some employers.
At the time of writing, the UK Government indicated that it would issue a 
Consultation to initiate a discussion on the future use of these contracts, which 
should (if the Government has kept to its word) now be open for comment.
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HONG KONG
Hong Kong Arena
At the sports park being developed at the former 
Kai Tak airport site. Potential to hold events such as 
Sudirman Cup. Discussions around capacity, especially 
for badminton which attracts nearly 6,000 at Hong 
Kong Coliseum. 
Capacity
4,000
Completion
2019
PHILIPPINES
Manila: Philippine Arena 
World’s largest domed arena, part of The Iglesia ni 
Cristo’s Ciudad de Victoria centennial project. Design 
and build. Architect: Populous. Engineer: Buro Happold. 
Construction: Hanwha Engineering and Construction 
Corp (vice chairman Kim Hyun-chung). Area: 74,000m
2

Domed roof: 36,000m
2
.
Capacity
50,000
Cost
$175m
Completion
2014
EMEA
DENMARK
Copenhagen Arena 
Multipurpose arena in Ørestad South. Plinth, platform 
and top. Plinth contains recreational spaces for urban 
setting. Top is semi-transparent and features terracotta 
fins. The European Commission checking that state 
funding element is not against competition law. Planning 
and financial procurement: Davis Langdon, AECOM 
(James Clark) with IPW.... Drawings with City Council 
for approval. 25 year operator lease available, no city 
subsidy. Operator: AEG Worldwide and Live Nation in 
the running. Green: BREEAM. Architects: 3XN, HKS. 
Engineers: Arup, ME Engineers. Landscaping: Planit. 
Area: 35,000m
2
. Finance: City of Copenhagen and 
investment fund Realdania.
Capacity
12,500 (sport), 15,000 (concert)
Cost
Dkr650m (Dkr200m)
Completion
2015
ENGLAND
Birmingham: National Indoor Arena 
A Barclaycard Unwind experience: Planning permission 
received for significant refurbishment and rebranding 
of the National Indoor Arena in central Birmingham, 
England. New design includes ‘sky needles’, extra retail 
units + showcase entrance on the canal side from 
Brindley Place, with large glazed views over the water 
and the city. Creation of 5,926m
2
 of pre and post show 
space to combine with the 7,500m
2
 to be refurbished. 
Two-phase build: back of house and then concourses 
and external facade. Architect: Broadway Malyan. 
Construction: BAM. 
Cost
£26m
Capacity
15,000 (12,500 seated)
Completion
2014
Bristol Arena 
Proposed arena at Diesel Depot site. Consultant: AECOM. 
Council has budgeted £250,000 for preliminary work. 
The design of music arena to be decided by competition. 
The local enterprise partnership is working with the 
mayor to advance the project and make sure the £80m 
budget is not broken.
Capacity
11,000
Cost
£80m
Completion
2016
Derby Arena
Under construction velodrome and sports arena at 
Derby’s Pride Park. Innovative design raises the cycle 
track and drops the infield area down to house 12-court 
sports hall, badminton, dance studios and fitness suites. 
Closed outdoor cycle circuit. Developer: Derby City 
Council. Architect: FaulknerBrowns. Construction: Mace. 
Parking: 600. 
Capacity
4,000 (5,000 concerts)
Cost
£27.5m
Completion
2014
London: 2012 Aquatics Centre 
Completed in Olympic mode. Will be converted to legacy 
after 2012 Games. Located in the south of the Olympic 
Park and designed as the main gateway into the Games, 
hosting swimming, diving, synchronised swimming, water 
polo finals and the swimming element of the modern 
pentathlon, Paralympic Games swimming events. Two 
50m swimming pools and a diving pool. Architect: Zaha 
Hadid. Construction: Balfour Beatty (including land 
bridge). Roof span: 160m long and 95m at its widest 
point. Roof steel: 2800 tonnes. 
Capacity
17,500 Games mode, 2,500 legacy 
mode (flexible for major events)
Cost
£242m, land bridge £61m
Completion
2014
ARENAS
ASIA & AUSTRALASIA
AUSTRALIA
Floreat: State Netball Centre 
At the Matthews Netball Centre. Courts and office space 
for Netball plus nine competitors’ changing facilities and 
associated amenities. WA. Operator: VenuesWest.
Capacity
1,050
Cost
A$26m
Completion
2015
Gold Coast Aquatics Centre 
The existing Aquatic Centre is making way for a new 
world class facility that will host the 2014 Pan Pacific 
Swimming Championships before becoming the venue 
for the swimming and diving competition for the Gold 
Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. 10 lane 50m pool. 
Funding: split evenly between the City of Gold Coast and 
the Queensland Government. Design and build: Watpac.
Capacity
1,000 permanent in legacy
Cost
A$44m
Completion
mid 2014
Sydney: SICEC 
New venue to replace 28-year-old Sydney Entertainment 
Centre as part of redevelopment plans for Sydney 
International Convention and Entertainment Centre 
(SICEC). Linking to Tumbalong Park and Exhibition Centre. 
The Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority has asked 
for feedback on the plans. Tendering process ongoing. 
Concept plan: Cox Richardson Architects (Nick Tyrrell).
Capacity
12,000
Completion
2015 (starts 2013)
CHINA
Dalian Arena 
Hockey and basketball venue 10km from downtown 
Dalian, has already been selected to co-host a wide 
array of competitions during the 2013 China National 
Games. Operator: AEG China (15 years). Developer: Dalian 
Sports Center Development and Construction Investment 
Company. Alongside 40,000m
2
 natatorium and 43,000m
2
 
indoor and outdoor tennis centre. Suites: 41. LED displays: 
Daktronics. Centrehung (4x10mm LED, 3.2mx5.7m; 
8x20mm LED, 2.9mx3.8m; and 20mm ring display 
0.6mx19m.  360º 20mm LED fascia, 0.75mx320m.
Capacity
18,000
Completion
2013
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SOUTH AMERICA
Milton Keynes: National Badminton Centre 
The National Badminton Centre will move two miles from 
its current location to upgrade facilities and increase 
the supply of courts for the growing demand. A 12-court 
badminton arena with 5 courts in secondary hall, fitness 
club, athlete accommodation, 6 indoor tennis courts, 6 
floodlit outdoor, National Badminton Museum, leisure 
and retail. Parking: 300+. Badminton England HQ offices.
Capacity
2,500
Cost
£20m
Completion
2015
Preston Riverworks Arena 
Blue sky 20-year project for river area includes concert 
arena proposal.
FINLAND
Tampere Central Arena 
Finland’s second largest indoor arena for 2013 Ice 
Hockey World Championships. Multi-purpose to be built 
above the existing railroad track near the city’s main 
railway station. Underground parking connected to Sori 
Bridge. Architect: Daniel Libeskind. Wooden facades and 
turf roof. Operator: Tampere Central Arena Ltd (Rikard 
Bjurström). Finance: Tampere City €19m, other public 
grants and private investment.
Capacity
12,000 (hockey), 15,000 (concert)
Cost
€95m (plus €12.5m car park)
Completion
2016 (starts 2014)
FRANCE
Dunkerque Arena 
Two halls with combined 10,700 seats plus VIP seats 
and boxes. Walkways serving the stands, shopping and 
reception areas. Arena is designed to contribute to the 
development of the two clubs USDK handball and BCM 
Gravelines Dunkirk basketball. Architects: Chabanne and 
Partenaires, AvantPropos, AB + Architects. Design and 
construction: VINCI construction France (subsidiaries 
ADIM Nord Picardie, SOGEA CARONI and DUMEZ EPS). 
Operator: VINCI facilities.
Capacity
10,700
Cost
€112.4m
Completion
Autumn 2015
Lyon: Arena Villeurbanne-Lyon 
Multipurpose arena for basketball tenant with Tony 
Parker academy on site. Owner negotiating with 
construction companies. Architect: Gensler (Ron Turner), 
Groupe-6. Operator: Global Spectrum Europe. Finance 
consultant: AMB Consult. Project manager: G2 Strategic. 
Owner: SPSM. Area: 39,300m
2
. Loges: 180 places. 
Business seats: 1,420. 
Capacity
8,500-13,300 (basketball/concert), 7,000-
12,000 (hockey), 2,000-4,000 theatre)
Completion
2014
Paris: Bercy 
Two phase upgrade for the well-known sports and 
concerts arena. Loges: 52.
Capacity
21,000 (17,000)
Cost
€110m
Completion
2015
ITALY
Bologna: Palazzetto Sport 
Proposed upgrade with rehab centre, wellness centre, 
edutainment. Owner: Development S.r.l. 77. Architect: 
A + U PERFORMA with Arup and Arup Sport Italia. 
Area: 25,000m
2
.
Capacity
15,000
KUWAIT
Kuwait City: Kuwait Arena 
In Sabah Al-Salem, a suburb south of the capital. Arena 
for indoor sports, primarily basketball and volleyball. 
Designed to host international competition. Main bowl 
and adjacent halls (1,840). Owner: Public Authority for 
Youth and Sports (PAYS, president Fuad Al-Falah). Area: 
19,000m
2
. Parking: 9,000m
2
.
Capacity
5,000
Cost
$53m
Completion
2014
UKRAINE
Kharkiv: Arena
A multi-functional sports arena includes spectator 
seating with mobile and fixed stands and VIP skyboxes, 
two halls for training and sports school. Sports: 
basketball, handball, volleyball, hockey, and martial arts. 
Variable capacities from 5,062-7,086. Also available 
for concerts and other public events. Exhibition space: 
7,000 m
2
. Turnaround time: 10 hours. Seats, elevators, 
and entrance ramps  for disabled people. Design based 
on the sports arena in Klaipeda (Lithuania). Developer 
VETEK GC entered into contract for development of arena 
construction documentation with COWI, a Lithuanian 
and Danish company. Designer: KTM ‘MIR’ company 
of Kharkiv. 
Capacity
7,086 seats (basketball)
Cost
UAH 350m
Completion
December 2014
WALES
Cardiff Arena 
Dual ice pad, home for Cardiff Devils, as part of 
International Sports Village at Cardiff Bay. Area: 
4,000m
2
. Cardiff Council is supplying land to kick start 
the development. Developer: Greenbank Partnerships. 
Operator: Planet Ice. Construction: Keir. 
Capacity
3,100
Cost
£200m (scheme) £16m (arena)
Completion
2014-15 (starts 2013-2014)
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BRAZIL
 Rio: Olympics 2016 Handball Arena 
Inside the Olympic Park in Barra da Tijuca, west zone 
of Rio de Janeiro. Comprehensive tendering process 
for architectural and engineering services has begun 
(£2.5m). Temporary and covered venue. After the Olympic 
and Paralympic Games, the venue’s structure and 
components will be reused with different purposes in a 
different location. Developer: RIOURBE. 
Capacity
12,000
Rio: Olympics Tennis Centre
2016 Barra da Tijuca Olympic Park Tennis Centre. 
Tender for construction and operation. Temporary 
leasing for Games time. Legacy: Olympic Training 
Centre. Three main courts, middle sized temporary. 
13 outdoor courts, 6 permanent. Cost breakdown: 
R$139.9m construction of permanent structures, 
R$29.7m  temporary structures, R$13.1m dismantling 
of temporary structures, operations and maintenance 
during and after the Games. Project delivery: 
Especialistas em Eventos Esportivos, formed by GMP 
Design e Projetos do Brasil Ltda., SBP do Brasil Projetos 
Ltda., LUMENS Engenharia Ltda., and Sustentech 
Desenvolvimento Sustentável Ltda.
Capacity
10,000, 5,000, 3,000, 250x7
Cost
R$182.7m
Rio: Olympics 2016 Velodrome
Permanent venue. Legacy: Olympic Training Centre. 
Tender is for build and operate.  Funding: central 
government. Also outdoor training velodrome. Project 
delivery: Rio Olympic Equipment Consortium, formed 
by the following companies: Arqhos Consultoria 
and Projetos LTDA, Arup do Brasil Consultoria LTDA, 
BlacBackheuserand LeonidioArquiteturaand CidadeS/C, 
Conen Consultoria and Engenharia LTDA and JLA 
Casagrande Serviços and Consultoria de Engenharia 
LTDA. Study: AECOM. 
Capacity
5,000 (+800 temporary)
Cost
R$136.9m
Completion
2015
POLAND
Krakow: Olympic Arena 
Five storey flying saucer-shaped arena at Park Lotniczy., 
for hockey, skating, athletics, basketball, volleyball. 
Construction/developer: Mostostal.
Capacity
15,000-18,000
Cost
PLN 300m ($76m)
Completion
2013
ROMANIA
Constanta Arena 
For tenant handball team HCM. Also on site: indoor 
Olympic pool (2,000), gymnasium (1,000), hotel, 
pedestrian plaza landscaping and water elements. 
Parking: 2,000. Area: 37,500m
2
.
Capacity
10,500
Cost
€70m
RUSSIA
Moscow: VTB Arena 
Sports and entertainment development in Petrovsky 
Park near the historic center of Moscow. For Continental 
Hockey League’s and Russian Basketball Federation’s 
Dynamo clubs. Alongside VTB Stadium (Dynamo Moscow, 
45,000) and in one building with retail mall and parking. 
Architect: Manica Architecture. Design and operations 
consultant: AEG Facilities. 
Capacity
11,500
Cost
$1bn
Completion
2016
SCOTLAND
Edinburgh: RHASS Arena 
Proposed arena development as part of Royal Highland 
Agricultural Society for Scotland (RHASS – chief executive 
Ray Jones) move to Norton Park. Architect: Make. 
Design: Edaw.
Capacity
10,000
Cost
£275m (arena £50m+)
Glasgow:  
Tollcross Park, National Swimming Centre 
Expansion for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games to 
include a six-lane 50m pool. 
Capacity
2,000
Cost
£13.8m
Completion
2013
SPAIN
Barcelona: Barca Basketball Arena 
Proposed new basketball-specific arena for Barcelona 
basketball club. 
Cost
€100m
Completion
2020
SWEDEN


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