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Old December 17th, 2009, 11:56 AM   #1
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HUNGARY - Stadium and Arena Development News

Főnix Arena (Debrecen)

Puskás Ferenc Stadion (Budapest)

Üllői úti Stadion (Budapest)
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Old August 8th, 2011, 10:45 PM   #2
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DEBRECEN - Nagyerdei Stadion [Great Forest Stadium] (16.500)



DVSC (Debreceni VSC)
Nickname: LOKI (Lokomotive)

5x Hungarian Champion:
2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010

4x Hungarian Cup Winner:
1999, 2001, 2008, 2010

5x Hungarian Supercup Winner:
2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010

1x Hungarian League Cup Winner:
2010

1x UEFA Champions League Group Stage:
2009

1x UEFA Europa League Group Stage:
2010

Sketch plans:









Visualization: http://http://video.haon.hu/hajdu/stadion-latvanytervek?autoPlay=true#ve_video_player_a

Current Nagyerdei Stadium (built in 1934, not used for football about 20 years):



Construction works are planned to begin in the autumn 2011.
According to plans, the construction of the new Great Forest stadium will be finished in two years. A project company was set up to implement the reconstruction of the facility the building of which is financed by the government.

Mayor Lajos Kósa said that the new ~16,5 thousand-seat stadium would be built with 10-12 billion HUF (37-44 M Euro). The construction works are scheduled to start in the autumn 2011 and in case of a hassle-free procurement procedure and building process, the Great Forest Stadium might be ready by 2013.

The town's football team Debreceni VSC has had to play its European matches in Budapest in 2009 (CL) and in 2010 (EL), as the local stadium in Oláh Gábor street does not meet international football standards.
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Old August 9th, 2011, 07:51 AM   #3
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Thanks for update, looks interesting!
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Old August 9th, 2011, 07:00 PM   #4
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Puskas ferenc stadion

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Old August 10th, 2011, 03:32 PM   #5
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ETO Park, Győr

Team: Győri ETO FC
Location: Győr, Hungary
Stadium capacity: 16.000 (expandable)
Status: completed in 2009



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Old August 10th, 2011, 08:23 PM   #6
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my favourite stadium, Szusza Ferenc, of Újpest from Budapest





we plan to bid for Euro 2024 with Romania
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Old August 10th, 2011, 08:31 PM   #7
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Any plans on building a new Nepstadion?
Maybe 70k aren't worth for Budapest anymore ( even though a 70k would be a CL Final-Ready Stadium ), we did it in Bucharest and Warsaw also so rumors you are going for a Kiev type plan ( renovation + less seats eventually ) or completely new stadium?
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Old August 10th, 2011, 11:35 PM   #8
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Any plans on building a new Nepstadion?
Maybe 70k aren't worth for Budapest anymore ( even though a 70k would be a CL Final-Ready Stadium ), we did it in Bucharest and Warsaw also so rumors you are going for a Kiev type plan ( renovation + less seats eventually ) or completely new stadium?
The new Puskás Ferenc Stadium is just a promise of the actual government for years... The financial resources are missing to realize it. We have a lot of plans and project ideas, some of them:

http://www.magyarfutball.hu/de/stadion/16/latvanytervek

The renovation / completely new stadium question is not decided yet. I think a 40-50k National Stadium for Budapest and Hungary would be enough.
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Old August 21st, 2011, 03:28 PM   #9
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Visited Hungary in june and visited 6 stadiums.

Groundhopping Hungary part 4/6.

Stadium: Káposztás Utcai stadion
Club: Soproni Vasutas SE-GYSEV
City: Sopron

http://www.fctwente.nu/fotos/groundh...on-sopron.html

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Groundhopping magyarország.

Stadion: Perutz stadion
Club: Lombard Pápa Termál FC
Város: Pápa

http://www.fctwente.nu/fotos/groundh...-terml-fc.html

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Old April 11th, 2012, 02:28 PM   #11
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Foundation stone of Debrecen Football Academy laid down







The activity and the goals of the Debrecen Football Academy (DLA) were presented at a conference on 19 March, Monday, then the foundation stone of the training complex was laid down.

Mayor Lajos Kósa explained in his conference-opening speech that on the 13-acre area of the new facility 8 grass-covered, 1 artificial grass-covered and a number of smaller fields were going to be built from 1.15 billion forints. From now on, the changing rooms and other service rooms are going to be located in the 2000-square meters complex. He urged the preference of home-grown footballers again and said that the professional work done to train them was exemplary.

In connection with the laying down of the foundation stone, Gábor Szima owner of DVSC-TEVA declared that they had reached another milestone. Utilizing the opportunities provided by the new training complex the goals of DVSC can only be winning further league titles and participating successfully in the Champions League, as he declared. He also praised the municipality of Debrecen and the University of Debrecen for their assistance as the club wouldn’t have been able to establish the academy from its own resources.
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Great news!

The Hungarian Football Federation has announced plans to rebuild the Ferenc Puskás stadium. It will have 65,000 seats and have UEFA Five-Star approval.

Demolition of parts of the current structure is to commence in the coming days, and completion is due for 2016.

http://www.origo.hu/sport/magyarfoci...llstadion.html (Magyar)

http://www.ntvspor.net/haber/dunyada...i-2016ya-hazir (Turkish)

Should we open a thread in the proposed section?
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Great news!

The Hungarian Football Federation has announced plans to rebuild the Ferenc Puskás stadium. It will have 65,000 seats and have UEFA Five-Star approval.

Demolition of parts of the current structure is to commence in the coming days, and completion is due for 2016.

http://www.origo.hu/sport/magyarfoci...llstadion.html (Magyar)

http://www.ntvspor.net/haber/dunyada...i-2016ya-hazir (Turkish)

Should we open a thread in the proposed section?
Take it easy...
We, Hungarians know what means government promises.
The plans are changing years by years, month by month. Hungary maybe the World Champion of stadium models, stadium visualization, sketch plans and promises...

The new Puskás Stadium has been in the main social and government topics for about the last 10 years, but nothing happened, just promises.

Anyway, I came from Debrecen, and in my city the new Debrecen Stadium was promised about 8-10 years ago, nothing happened.
In 2010 Mayor Lajos Kósa said: "The new stadium, with covered seating and an expected capacity of 20,000 spectators, is planned to be inaugurated in 2012, when the team celebrates its 110th anniversary."
2012 has come, and we are waiting for the plans... The new deadline is 2014.
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Not unlike Turkey then

Is there any way of confirming what the Hungarian Federation said about 'demolition starting soon'? This was reported in the Turkish press but I can't find other sources...
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Not unlike Turkey then

Is there any way of confirming what the Hungarian Federation said about 'demolition starting soon'? This was reported in the Turkish press but I can't find other sources...
The Turkish press have wrong informations...
According to the brand new plans, the Puskás Stadium will be NOT demolished at all! It would be costly, and it remains as an athletic stadium (with running tracks).

A brand new stadium only for football (cap. about 60-65.000) will be built right next to the current Puskás stadium:



Construction plans should be ready by 2014, the inauguration of the new stadium is planned by 2016.
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Old April 12th, 2012, 10:51 PM   #16
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Interesting, thanks for clearing that up. Hopefully the officials will keep to their word this time. Hungary is a country very rich in footballing history, more so than much of the rest of Europe, it will be a long-overdue addition to Europe's top class stadia.

I hope it's 65k+. Maybe we can see a Champions League Final in Budapest after 2016
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The Turkish press have wrong informations...
According to the brand new plans, the Puskás Stadium will be NOT demolished at all! It would be costly, and it remains as an athletic stadium (with running tracks).

A brand new stadium only for football (cap. about 60-65.000) will be built right next to the current Puskás stadium:



Construction plans should be ready by 2014, the inauguration of the new stadium is planned by 2016.
this is a nonsense.. Why to keep a 69 k stadium only for athletic? do you know how much it costs the maintenance of such a big stadium? And really the space nearby looks too small for a brand new 65k football stadium

btw, how many athletic competitions exceeding 10k spectators do you host in Hungary per year?
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this is a nonsense.. Why to keep a 69 k stadium only for athletic? do you know how much it costs the maintenance of such a big stadium? And really the space nearby looks too small for a brand new 65k football stadium

btw, how many athletic competitions exceeding 10k spectators do you host in Hungary per year?
First of all, the 69 k of Puskás Stadium is not true, because the one-sided middle and upper tiers are in a very bad state of repair, and not allowed to use. The actual capacity is about 28-30 k (only the lower tier).

So, I think the upper tier (or the middle and upper tier) will be demolished or strenghtened. Not decided yet. The Hungarian Athletic Association needs this stadium for trainings and competitions. And I think the old stadium after renovation will be proper for concerts and other smaller events.

Yes, the space nearby looks too small for a 65 k stadium indeed, but engineers says that's just enough.
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Old April 13th, 2012, 04:13 PM   #19
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With the Emirates Stadium - Arsenal . Capacity: ~60k



Strange plan i think.
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A very, very tight fit...
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