Alessandro Comoli Handledare/ Leif Brodersen, Teres Selberg Supervisor


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Alessandro Comoli 

Handledare/ 

Leif Brodersen, Teres Selberg 

Supervisor 

 

Examinator/   Marcelyn Gow, Cino Zucchi,  

Examiner  

Sam Jacob 

 

 

Examensarbete inom arkitektur, avancerad nivå 30 hp 

Degree Project in Architecture, Second Level 30 credits 

06 June 2015

 

 

 



”Repurposing Abandoned Sports 

Venues, Ferenc Puskas, The 

People’s Stadium” 

 

 


INTRODUCTION 

Every sports’ fan and majority of people around the 

World has been wathcing at least once in their life the 

Olympic Games or a Soccer World Cup. Most of the 

time it is a great example of organization and quality 

in terms of public activities and spaces. The event al-

ways brings new resources, infrastructures and mon-

ey to the hosting country improving its life status.

But does this money and eff ort go to the right cause? 

Are the local citizens happy about the even?

What happens when the event is over?

People do not often think of what happens to the 

new venues built specifi cally for the World Cup or 

the Olympics. In a lot of cases the stadiums and in-

frastructures are not utilized afterwards because the 

activity they were designed for is not popular and not 

practiced in the area where they are built at. As, a 

result, a wide chunk of these structures end up aban-

doned after the end of the events infl uencing also 

their nearby areas.

Some that survive are bought by locals clubs or busi-

nesses. Others become hosting structures for diff er-

ent activities but often are not renewed with a clever 

solution. In the worst case, they become ghost build-

ings and luckily enough their surrounding parking 

areas are still utilized. 



Sarajevo Bosnia & Erzegovina: Abandoned stadium, ski jumping and bob -sleds stations

Sarajevo Bosnia & Erzegovina: Abandoned stadium, ski jumping and bob -sleds stations

STATEMENT

The abandoned stadiums and structures after an the 

Olympic  Games and World Cup event are a problem 

that many hosting cities and countries have to face. 

After the fl ourish months before and during the event, 

the city has to think how to keep all the newly built 

structures alive and with a valid purpose pertinent to 

the community. 

Many times, unfortunately, the new structures accom-

modate events and sports that are not popular in the 

city and therefore they end up being abandoned and 

fall into decay. 

We often do not take this problem in consideration. 

We watch the event, enjoy it, and almost forget about 

what happens afterwards. There are also problems 

during the construction of these new buildings, even 

though they bring new jobs and better infrastructures, 

many citizens of the hosting countries often complain 

about the ways money is spent. This is usually the case 

if the country in consideration has a fairly poor popula-

tion (for example, the last World Cup in Brazil, 2014). 

We then need to think a better way on how to design 

structures that could serve the community before, 

during and after the event. Perhaps the purpose of the 

new structure could be totally changed after the event 

to better suit the people living in the context area.



Athens, Greece: abandoned Helliniko complex, softball stadiums and kayaking venues

Athens, Greece: abandoned field hockey stadium,beach volleball stadium, and acquatic center

FERENC PUSKAS STADIUM

Ferenc Puskás Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium 

in Budapest, Hungary. It is situated on the Pest side 

of the capital between the Stadionok and the Ke-

leti Palyaudvar metro stations. It is currently used 

mainly for football matches. The stadium, which is 

all-seater, has a capacity of 38,652, though its origi-

nal capacity exceeded 100,000

The fi rst plan of a national stadium were drafted as 

early as 1896 when there were chances that Buda-

pest would host the fi rst modern Olympic Games.

In 1911 Budapest received the right to organise the 

1920 Olympics but due to the First World War Buda-

pest could not hold the Olympic Games.


HUNGARY

BUDAPEST

Budapest Olimpiai Központ

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There are four main objectives that are implied for the marked areas to 

achieve:

1.New development

2.Rehabilitation of buildings,

3.Street rehabilitation,

4. Green Surface rehabilitation.

new development complex  area that needs to meat at least 

three pf the four main objectives

Budapest Olimpiai Központ



LOCATION

KSI Atlétika Pálya

 Main Olympic Sports



Millenáris

Cycling, Hockey



Kisstadion  

Hockey


Jégcsarnok (Ice Rink)

Hockey


Puskás Ferenc Stadion

Football, Athletics



SYMA 

Event Center



Monument Field

Abandoned Tennis Courts

Körcsarnok (Round Hall) 

Indoor Sports



SITE COMPONENTS

SITE CONDITION MAP  

GATE MAP  

ABANDONED

BAD CONDITIONS

NEW/WELL KEPT

CLOSED GATES

OPEN GATES



PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION MAP  

1:5000

VEHICULAR CIRCULATION MAP  

1:5000

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION  MAP  

METRO M1


METRO M2

BUSES


TROLLEY BUSES

TRAM


ZONING MAP 

RELIGIOUS

TRANSPORTATION

WAREHOUSE

EDUCATION

RESIDENTIAL

SPORT ASSOCIATION

SPORTS


COMMERCIAL

BUILDINGS FABRIC MAP  

STREETS FABRIC MAP  

Puskás Ferenc Stadion

Football, Athletics



SYMA 

Event Center



Monument Field

Abandoned Tennis Courts

KSI Atlétika Pálya

 Main Olympic Sports



Körcsarnok (Round Hall) 

Indoor Sports



Millenáris

Cycling, Hockey



Jégcsarnok (Ice Rink)

Hockey


Jégcsarnok (Ice Rink)

Hockey


Récsei Center

JYSK

National Recreation Sports Asso-

ciation

Hungarian Paralympic 

Committee

Physical Education and Sports 

Museum

Hungarian Institute of 

Geology and Geophysics

Budapest Sports Arena

Museum

Hotel

Existing Master Plan 

Millenáris

Cycling, Hockey



Puskás Ferenc Stadion

Football, Athletics



New Mixed used Complex

New Mixed used Complex

Jégcsarnok (Ice Rink)

Hockey


New Master Plan 

FERENC PUSKAS, THE PEOPLE’S STADIUM

The design of the arena followed the FIFA in-

ternational spaces requirements by also applies 

new stadiums concepts and technology the new 

arena wants to reactivate the abandoned area 

and be active 24/7 by having a mixture of sports 

activities, private and public spaces within its 

old, already existing structure. 



FACTS

Stadium: 

fi xed 50.444 seats

movable 9.640 seats

total 60.084

new accommodation for Judo, Fitness, Karate, 

Wrestling, Tennis and Table tennis

new business center

Apartments:

30, 1Bdr


50, 2Bdr

40,  3Bdr

total 120 new apts

Hotel:

120 rooms 



NORTH ELEVATION 

WEST ELEVATION 

EAST ELEVATION 

PUBLIC SPACE SECTION 

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 

ENTRANCE

BUSINESS CENTER

VIP ROOM

AUDITORIUM

TABLE TENNIS ROOM

ROOF

PARKING ENTRANCE

LOCKER ROOM A

LOCKER ROOM B

PRESS ROOM

OFFICES

MIXED AREA

STORAGE

STORAGE

MEDIA

DOPING CONTROL

PITCH ENTRANCE  FLOOR 

UNDERGROUND FLOOR 

PARKING ENTRANCE

PARKING ENTRANCE

LOADING ZONE A

LOADING ZONE B

PARKING ENTRANCE

HOTEL ROOM 

HOTEL GROUND FLOOR 

POOL,SAUNA

ACCESS TO STADIUM

LOBBY

RESTAURANT

BAR

LOCKER ROOMS

OFFICES

MAIN ENTRANCE B

MAIN ENTRANCE A

GROUND FLOOR 

1BDR APARTMENT 

2BDR APARTMENT 

3BDR APARTMENT 

TABLE TENNIS

KARATE,JUDO,WRESTLING

RESTAURANT,

DISPLAY AREA

RESTAURANT,

DISPLAY AREA

KARATE,JUDO,WRESTLING

CONFERENCE ROOM

CONFERENCE ROOM

FIRST FLOOR

EXISTING STAIR STRUCTURE 

USED FOR THE NEW STADIUM

RESTAURANT

RESTAURANT

RUNNING TRACK

OUTDOOR FITNESS

ROOFFLOOR


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