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Old August 4th, 2017, 12:36 PM   #1501
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I'm pretty sure that they already have a sound business plan to pay for the renovations. I'm also pretty sure that if €100 million extra would have a sufficient return on investment, they would have planned for a €100 million more expensive renovation.
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Old August 14th, 2017, 12:23 AM   #1502
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Old October 1st, 2017, 07:03 PM   #1503
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Barcelona's home match with Las Palmas is taking place behind closed doors, amid clashes occurring around Catalonia's independence referendum.

The Spanish government has pledged to stop a poll that was declared illegal by the country's constitutional court.

Barcelona said in a statement before the 15:15 BST kick-off it "condemns the events which have taken place".

The club added Sunday's match went ahead only after Spanish league chiefs refused to postpone it.

Police have used batons and fired rubber bullets during pro-referendum protests in Barcelona, the regional capital.

Catalan emergency services say at least 460 people have been injured.
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Old October 1st, 2017, 10:26 PM   #1504
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From an architectural point of view, FC Barcelona, ​​today put an end to its project to reform the Camp Nou due to institutional suicide in which it has embarked.

By supporting an illegal referendum, with fewer democratic guarantees than one from Venezuela or North Korea, today they have lost thousands of fans who support Barcelona outside of Catalonia, and support the club with their television rights and the sale of Nike tsits-

The Club is at the service of Catalan separatism (40% of the population that has annulled through fear and indoctrination to the other 60%), enanaña to the fans who feel Spanish for the mere fact of not losing market, when in fact hate so much to Spain that they complain until that the logo of the Cup of the King, The Spanish Cup, the second competition after the League, has the colors of Spain.

The Club has started its way to the expulsion of the Spanish League, because in their nonsense they do not have the honor of leaving on their own from a league of a country they hate for money.

Today is only the beginning of a process that will end with a club expelled from the league, impoverished and supported by foreigners like Japanese and Chinese.

The League can live without Barcelona: the Club is large just the last 20 years.

It's a shame to see families, who loved FC Barcelona, ​​and dreamed of a great Camp Nou, today they hate and feel embarrassed by a sports club.

From an architectural point of view, FC Barcelona, ​​today put an end to its project to reform the Camp Nou due to institutional suicide in which it has embarked.

By supporting an illegal referendum, with fewer democratic guarantees than one from Venezuela or North Korea, today they have lost thousands of fans who support Barcelona outside of Catalonia, and support the club with their television rights and the sale of Nike jerseys.

The Club is at the service of Catalan separatism (40% of the population that has annulled through fear and indoctrination to the other 60%), enanaña to the fans who feel Spanish for the mere fact of not losing market, when in fact hate so much to Spain that they complain until that the logo of the Glass of the King, the second competition after the League, has the colors of Spain.

The Club has started its way to the expulsion of the Spanish League, because in their nonsense they do not have the honor of leaving on their own from a league of a country they hate for money.

Today is only the beginning of a process that will end with a club expelled from the league, impoverished and supported by foreigners like Japanese and Chinese.

The League can live without Barcelona: the Club is large just the last 20 years.

It's a shame to see families, who loved FC Barcelona, ​​and dreamed of a great Camp Nou, today they hate and feel embarrassed by a sports club.
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Old October 2nd, 2017, 07:25 AM   #1505
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Old October 2nd, 2017, 12:27 PM   #1506
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Seeing it empty, looks sooooo old. The seats with faded colours, the humid concrete... I suppose that the VIP section with the restaurants and the suites and the sofas are brand new and renovated...

I believe that the Sagrada Familia will finish before even the Camp Nou renovation start.
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Old October 2nd, 2017, 02:24 PM   #1507
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From an architectural point of view, FC Barcelona, ​​today put an end to its project to reform the Camp Nou due to institutional suicide in which it has embarked.

By supporting an illegal referendum, with fewer democratic guarantees than one from Venezuela or North Korea, today they have lost thousands of fans who support Barcelona outside of Catalonia, and support the club with their television rights and the sale of Nike tsits-

The Club is at the service of Catalan separatism (40% of the population that has annulled through fear and indoctrination to the other 60%), enanaña to the fans who feel Spanish for the mere fact of not losing market, when in fact hate so much to Spain that they complain until that the logo of the Cup of the King, The Spanish Cup, the second competition after the League, has the colors of Spain.

The Club has started its way to the expulsion of the Spanish League, because in their nonsense they do not have the honor of leaving on their own from a league of a country they hate for money.

Today is only the beginning of a process that will end with a club expelled from the league, impoverished and supported by foreigners like Japanese and Chinese.

The League can live without Barcelona: the Club is large just the last 20 years.

It's a shame to see families, who loved FC Barcelona, ​​and dreamed of a great Camp Nou, today they hate and feel embarrassed by a sports club.
Is that the view within Spain? The view outside is that Barcelona wanted to postpone a match that would have been played whilst the paramilitary police, whose emblem still includes the fasces, were violently cracking down on peaceful people in their city. I'm not aware of Barcelona having ever supported Catalan independence but they have supported the right of the people to vote. That seems fair. Some players such as Pique have supported independence but that is not the club itself.

Without Barcelona La Liga would be massively diminished. Real Madrid winning 9 times out of 10 would not be a good thing even for Real Madrid.
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Old October 2nd, 2017, 02:59 PM   #1508
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Barcelona are not going to be chucked out of the la liga. La liga would lose tons of tv money overnight from international rights if they did so.
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Old October 2nd, 2017, 03:28 PM   #1509
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Barcelona are not going to be chucked out of the la liga. La liga would lose tons of tv money overnight from international rights if they did so.
Yes. Fully agree.
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Old October 2nd, 2017, 04:48 PM   #1510
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The seats with faded colours
Those seats have mostly been replaced just a few years ago. But they will be replaced again ad part of the renovation. The new roof will dramatically reduce the colouring of the seats due to the exposure to sunlight. Especially tier two and three will be much less effected to that, or not at all.
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Old October 2nd, 2017, 05:51 PM   #1511
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If I remember correctly, they will not only replace all the seats, but they will also increase seat width, create bigger walkways, and completely rebuild the lower tier. So around 2/5th of the stadium (lower tier and half of the upper tier) will be brand new, and the rest will be fully renovated.
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Old October 2nd, 2017, 05:52 PM   #1512
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That is how I remember the content of the current plans too.
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Old October 4th, 2017, 01:17 AM   #1513
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I removed all off-topic posts, there is the sky bar for discussions about politics - keep it out of this section.
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Old October 13th, 2017, 01:36 AM   #1514
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Barcelona are in negotiations with global companies as they look for a sponsor for the Camp Nou stadium. They want to give the naming rights away in exchange for sponsorship funds before work starts on the new stadium in summer 2019.

Barcelona have turned to Van Wagner to sound out the market and are hoping for more than the 200 million euros they initially anticipated.
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Old October 13th, 2017, 03:03 AM   #1515
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Without Barcelona La Liga would be massively diminished. Real Madrid winning 9 times out of 10 would not be a good thing even for Real Madrid.
Meh, Atlético have stepped up their game.
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Old October 21st, 2017, 09:05 PM   #1516
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Nou Camp naming rights deal to be voted on by members

Barcelona members will vote on a naming rights deal for the Nou Camp in the first half of 2018, says the club's president Josep Maria Bartomeu.

The Spanish giants already have plans in place for £536m (600m euros) redevelopment of their stadium.

Work is expected to start this season and a naming rights deal could help towards the cost.

"The negotiations to find a name for the Camp Nou are going well," said Bartomeu at the annual general meeting.
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Old November 10th, 2017, 08:16 PM   #1517
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BARCELONA INVITES CONSTRUCTION FIRMS TO BID FOR CAMP NOU DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS

Barcelona has opened pre-registration windows for the construction work tender for the redevelopment of its Camp Nou stadium and the New Palau Blaugrana, home of the club’s basketball, handball, roller hockey and futsal teams.

Main construction work on the Camp Nou is expected to take place from 2019 to 2022 and Barcelona has outlined a list of criteria required of companies that wish to carry out the project.

The winning bid must have built at least one stadium in the last 10 years with a capacity of at least 40,000, with multiple references to be more strongly considered by Barcelona.

Companies must also have built at least two buildings in Spain, with a minimum of €150m (£133m/$175m) in total construction material costs in the last 10 years.

In addition, companies must have renovated at least one building, with a minimum of €25m in total construction material costs, and with the building still in use during its renovation, in the last 10 years. Multiple references will again be more strongly considered.

Companies must have also done at least €1bn in annual work during each of the last three years.
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