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and retail space, public recreation and smaller sports
ground (5,000) and indoor arena (4,000) also on site.
Finance: public private.
Suva: Fiji’s National Stadium
Athletics stadium upgrade to international standards –
track, lighting, facilities. Operator: Fiji Sports Council (CE
Litiana Loabuka). Funding: government. Project manager
and engineer: Houng Lee Kaba Jacob. QS: Rawlinsons.
Architects: Clearwater and Vitiaas. Service engineer: Irwin
Alsop Company. Geotechnical: Entec.
Waila City Rugby Stadium
Housing project for 25,000 with infrastructure and
leisure, including a rugby stadium. Construction spans
Arsapara Cricket Stadium
Under construction. Finance: grant of Rs5 crore from
Board of Control for Cricket. Client: Assam Cricket Assoc.
Rs 25 crore
Bhopal Cricket Stadium
Four sites identified and being assessed for the
construction of an international level cricket stadium.
Greater Noida Cricket Stadium. India
In construction near the F1 GP track. Uttar Pradesh
Cricket Association are committed to playing matches.
Suggestion of increase eventually to 100,000 capacity.
Sydney Cricket Ground.
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Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Stadium
International standard cricket stadium on land donated
by government to Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA).
Finance: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
Kariavattom: University of Kerala Stadium
For opening/closing ceremonies of 35th National
Games and football and cricket. Developer: University
of Kerala and Infrastructure Leasing & Financial
Rs 160 crore
Kochi Soccer Stadium
Proposed football stadium. Land: Greater Cochin
Development Authority (GCDA) at Mundamveli. Cost:
Rs 1.6 crore
Lucknow Cricket Stadium
International cricket stadium and cricket academy
project to be developed on a public-private-partnership
model. Owner: Lucknow Development Authority (LDA).
Consultants: Innovest Advisory Services Pvt, Uttarakhand
Infrastructure Development Company and Infrastructure
Development Finance Company Ltd. Area: 60 acres.
Rs 400 crore
Mumbai: Motorsport venue
Multipurpose race circuit and regeneration project.
Feasibility study underway. Project team: Capita
Symonds, Populous, Delhi Integrated Multi Modal Transit
Navrangpura Sardar Patel Stadium
Upgrade – floodlights, outfield, pitch, dressing room,
stands and common areas – to cricket stadium to take
part in Essel Group’s Indian Cricket League (ICL). Owner:
Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC).
Upgrade for cricket ground. Six-storey building as part
of three-stage sports hub development (Rs 70 crore).
South Jakarta Stadium
New stadium project to replace Lebak Bulus Stadium.
South Jakarta. Developer: Jakarta Sports And Youth
Department. Land acquisition under way.
Tokyo: Kasumigaoka National Stadium
International design competition for the redevelopment
for the 2019 Rugby World Cup and its key role at the
centre of Tokyo’s bid for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Remodel retaining historical aspects of 1964 Olympic
Stadium, and upgrade of the hospitality services and
functionality. Architect: Zaha Hadid (competition winner).
Incheon: Main Games Stadium
Main stadium for the 17th Asian games in 2014,
between airport and Seoul. Asymmetrical configuration
with the corporate and management facilities on the
permanent western side. The eastern side will be a
lighter solution and the temporary modular seating
structure will disappear after the games, merging with
the parklands. Architects: Populous, Heerim Architects
70,000 (down to 30,000 in legacy).
Indoor velodrome to be built by youth and sports
Dunedin: University Oval
Proposed enlargement of the playing area of the
Dunedin ground for Otago Cricket (Chief Executive Ross
Dykes) and to make it a test venue. Owner: Dunedin City
Islamabad Cricket Stadium
To bring back international cricket to Pakistan. Developers:
Pakistan Cricket Board and CDA. Stadium near
Parade Ground, plus cricket academy and commercial
exploitation. Master planning, architectural, structural and
electrical design, plumbing/public heath, water supply and
HVAC design out for tender. Area: 35 acres.
Peshawar Soccer Stadium
Proposed stadium with central government support
Manila Football Stadium
Home for national soccer team. Location to be decided.
Owner: Philippine Sports Commission (PSC). Funding:
annual operating costs FIFA.
Singapore Sports Hub
Host of 2015 Southeast Asian Games. Construction
under way. Project will result in a new national stadium
amongst sport, leisure, offices, hotel and retail
development in Premier Park. Integrated land (arena
3,000) and watersport facility (6,000). Retractable
dome roof doubles as projection screen. Promises
‘wired’ stadium and interactive experiences. Owner:
Singapore Sports Council (Chief Executive Oon Jin
Teik). Design, build, operate: Singapore Sports Hub
Consortium (SSHC). Construction: Dragages Singapore
(Frederic Perez). Operator: Global Spectrum and Pico.
Equity partner: HSBC Infrastructure Fund. Real Estate
Manager: Premas. Marketing: World Sport Group.
Design: Arup Sport, DP Architects. Finance: Public
private partnership over 25 years with annual payments
covering construction and operation. Suites: 62 (8-32,
Algiers: Baraki Stadium
Soccer stadium, including practice facilities. VIP
hospitality areas, conference rooms and offices.
Architect: ATSP. Developer: Wilaya. Manager: DJSL.
Engineers: GLI, DVVD, Designer: ABDI, QS: AD economist.
Contractors: CRCEG (China).
€100m (overall €210m)
Main stadium plus athletics stadium (5,000), swimming
complex, arena (3,000), tennis stadium, velodrome,
outdoor fields, schools and 4-star hotel. Main stadium
sits in natural contours of former quarry. Single
level access to two terraces. Architect: ATSP (Atelier
Tom Sheehan & Partners). Developer: DJSL (Oran).
Construction manager: DLEP. Engineers: GLI, DVVD. QS:
AD economist. Contractors: MCC (China).
€261m (€98m for main stadium)
2013 (main stadium)
Baku: Olympic Stadium
Once completed the stadium will play host to some events
of the first edition of the European Games. The Azerbaijan
national soccer team will occupy the ground after the
European Games. Hotels and a parking venue with
3,600+ spaces will be built alongside. Architect: Heerim.
Dalga: National Team Stadium
Base for national team, financed by AFFA.
FC Gabala Stadium
Stadium, training base (5 natural, 1 synthetic pitches)
and Academy of Football Administration (education).
Area: 7 hectares.
Brussels: National Stadium
New national stadium back on the cards to enhance bid
to host games of EURO 2020, although political niceties
may once again intervene. Anderlecht keen to become
a tenant team and have offered to help fund. Multi-
functional but no athletics.
Brussels: Stade Constant Vanden Stock
Proposed upgrade for RSC Anderlecht’s soccer stadium.
May be one or two phases. Contact: Chris Lioen,
Commercial and Marketing Director. New TV truck
compound, press area, security and more parking. New
VIP tribune – 1,315 gold, 1,207 silver and 1,062 bronze
level. New stadium project will take capacity to 30,000.
Architects: M & J-M Jaspers – J.Eyers & Partners and DDS
& Partners Architects (Jean-Michel Jaspers and Christian
Sibilde). Project engineer: Matthieu Mallié.
Sofia: National Stadium
Next to Sofia Airport to take advantage of infrastructure.
Replaces Vasil Levski national stadium which will now be
used for athletics only.
Zagreb: Maksimir Stadium
Proposed upgrade to soccer stadium. Architect: Branko
Kincl, consulting company JKS Frankfurt and architect Z.
Psczulny. Parallel development of shopping centre below
the stadium. Parking: 3,107 + 158 disabled. Suites: 24.
Club seats: 1,110.
51,432 (disabled 181, media 172)
New soccer stadium built around northern and southern
stands. New CCTV, fire detection, access control and AV.
Usti nad Labem
Rebuild of municipal stadium. Central grandstand with
VIP, media and player facilities. Other grandstands,
scoreboard, lighting and heated pitch.
Stadium for Bohemians after sale of Dalymount Park.
Developer: Andorey Developments.
Bryanstown: Drogheda Stadium
Proposed for Drogheda United (Vincent Hoey). Uncertainty
over land allocation and rival alternatives.
Medium-term plan to build new stadium for Eircom
League team playing at Hogan Park.
Basingstoke Town FC Stadium
Proposed next to the Hilton Basingstoke hotel, with all-
weather training (£500,000). Public consultation under
way prior to submission of planning application. Finance:
sale of existing Camrose ground.
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PANSTADIA & ARENA MANAGEMENT WINTER 2013/14
Cambridge Community Stadium
Proposed community stadium for Cambridge United,
Cambridge City and Cambridge Rugby Club. Site under
discussion. Feasibility study: Cambridgeshire Horizons
Carlisle United Stadium
City council’s ten-year business plan proposed to include
town centre stadium. Club and council in discussions.
Update on out of town stadium and shopping centre at
Castleford Tigers Stadium
New stadium for Castleford Tigers Rugby League Football
Club on the Glasshoughton site. Extensive conference
and banqueting facilities. Awaits cash from resale of
current ground for supermarket development, partnering
with Opus Land (North) Ltd. Development includes
office space plus a hotel. Planning approved.
Stakeholders: Waystone Developments, Wakefield MDC
and the Tigers (chief executive Richard Wright).
Chelmsford: Essex County Cricket Ground
A redevelopment deal has been signed at the club which
has allowed developers MCD to start work on the first
phase of the build. A block of 62 apartments will be built
around the ground on the old car park which will finance
a new pavilion, cricket school, car park, public square
Cheltenham Race Course
New grandstand (6,500) in place of the circa 1920s
‘A&R’.stand. To contain annual members’ facilities,
general public viewing areas, private boxes and Royal Box
facilities. The current royal box, which was built in 1952,
and 55 other boxes, which were built in the 1920s and
1930s, will be demolished. The plans have been approved
by Cheltenham Borough Council. Developer: Jockey Club.
Funding: successful retail bond open to the public £25m.
2015 (start: 2014)
Bath: Recreation Ground
Design for new Rec Stadium being readied to go to
planning permission application. 150th anniversary in
2015. East Stand will rmain temporary. West Stand,
North Terrace and Clubhouse will be demolished and
redeveloped to improve facilities. The team’s brief is
to incorporate the space within the existing footprint.
Design team: Wilkinson Eyre Architects, engineering
consultants Buro Happold, environmental design firm
Nicholas Pearson Associates, law firm Withy King,
Boyer Planning and project management specialist
Beckenham: Worsley Bridge Road ground
New indoor cricket school and spectator capacity for
Kent CCC. 20-year lease deal. Physiotherapy rooms and
gym. Conference and banqueting (160). Synthetic turf
pitch, tennis and floodlights. Developer: Leander Sports &
Leisure. Construction: Galliford Try.
Birmingham: St Andrews Stadium
Revamp of the Garrison Lane stand at home of
Birmingham City FC.
Bristol City Stadium
Planning permission given for relocation from Ashton
Gate (sale to supermarket) to a nearby site in south
Bristol. Legal challenge and council decision awaited.
Alternative upgrade plan for Ashton Gate launched
by the club. Ground share with Bristol Rugby. Project
management: Capita Symonds.
Bristol: UWE Stadium
For Bristol Rovers FC. To be built on land leased from the
University of the West of England at its Frenchay campus.
Council permission received. Supporters’ club bar, shop,
banqueting and hospitality suite, convenience store,
crèche, gym, jogging track, teaching area (19,000ft
Facilities available to university on non-matchdays.
Possible share with Bristol RUFC. Parking: 1,270. Finance:
Sale of old Memorial Stadium to Sainsburys supermarket
approved by council. Funding: private.
Burnley: Turf Moor
Stadium has linked up with Liverpool John Moores
University to base part of the university at the stadium
site. Redevelopment of David Fishwick Cricket Field Stand
into a StadiArena venue with 1,500 (indoor) capacity for
rock concerts, exhibitions and large private functions.
London: Lords Cricket Ground
The MCC has decided to develop Lords in the existing
footprint. Begins with Warner Stand in 2014, completes
in 2027 with Compton and Edrich stands. Resiting of
Nursery Ground, new main entrance, pavilion extension,
new banqueting and staff space, a food ‘street’ and
subterranean car-parking, access routes, waste
management, catering and storage. Funding: MCC
resources and borrowing.
London: Old Oak Common QPR Stadium
Greater London Authority is drawing up plans for long-
term development of Old Ook Common and QPR has
discussed building a new stadium with GLA.
London Olympic Stadium
Conversion to multi-use stadium following 2012
Olympics. Reconfiguring roof (to 45,000m
) to complete
by spring 2015 for Rugby World Cup, Installing hospitality
and VIP facilities. Operator: E20 Stadium Partnership
(London Legacy Development Corporation and London
Newham Council). Tenants: West Ham – Ian Tompkins;
UK Athletics; Newham residents. Roof contractor: Balfour
Beatty (£41m). Electrical and plumbing: Imtech G&H
(£25m). Roof preparatory work: Carey’s (£1.5m).
60,000 (soccer), 71,000 (cricket),
74,000 (athletics), 90,000 (concerts)
London: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Planning permission received for proposed new stadium.
Spurs working with Haringey council to get optimum
development for club and community. Leisure facilities,
public space, supermarket and housing near current White
Hart Lane site. Two-phase construction – during season
and during close season, maintaining capacity. Planning:
Savills. Architect: KSS Group, Make Architects and Martha
Schwartz Landscape Architects. Project manager: AYH
Arcadis (Paul Mitchell). Engineer: Buro Happold.
Macclesfield: Town Stadium
The stadium links a regeneration plan in South
Macclesfield with residential, retail and employment
facilities. Approved by Cheshire East cabinet. Planned
as zero carbon by incorporation of sustainable energy
sources at the design stage.
Fylde: Football stadium
Proposed stadium for AFC Fylde, plus sports and
science park on 32-acre site close to M55. Executive
boxes, function room. Developer: Mill Farm Ventures.
Planning: PWA. Architect: Frank Whittle Partnership.
Wycombe Community Stadium
On hold plan for Wycombe Wanderers and London
Wasps plus community sports village and commercial
development. Developer: Wycombe Sports
Developments Ltd. Chosen site is Wycombe Air Park at
Booker. Wycombe Sports Developments Limited (Mark
Rigby) is taking forward vision. Architect: AFL. Council
carrying out separate public consultation (£500,000)
and has appointed a stadium planning officer.
Hull: Craven Park
Upgrade for Hull Kingston Rovers RFC. Plan for north
stand to provide office space for 40 new start-up
businesses and training agencies.
Liverpool: Anfield Stadium
Upgrade of main stand and Anfield Road stand, subject to
planning permission. Club and council working together
on avenue and plaza through Stanley Park.
London: Brit Oval
New stand and hotel await planning permission.
London: Craven Cottage Stadium
Riverside stand rebuild to open up river walk, add
spectator facilities and increase capacity. Planning
permission received. Architect: KSS.
London: Lionel Road Stadium. Brentford
Brentford FC plan a new community stadium after
sale of Griffin Park to residential homes builder.
Feedback on plans sought before submission to
Hounslow Council. For both soccer and possibly rugby
Manchester: Belle Vue
New speedway stadium for Aces, next door to greyhound
stadium. Difficulty obtaining planning permission.
Expandable for major champs. Hockey pitch and
7,000 (2,600 seated in grandstand)
Manchester: Etihad Stadium (main)
Proposed options are to undertake the expansion of
the South Stand alone (phase 1), to increase matchday
capacity to around 54,000, or to expand both the South
and North Stands at the same time (phases 1 and 2),
to increase matchday capacity to about 60,000. Public
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