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Old May 27th, 2013, 05:23 AM   #81
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What is the away fans stand?
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Old November 10th, 2013, 11:25 PM   #83
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Old November 10th, 2013, 11:27 PM   #84
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Benito Villamarin in the year of 1963
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Old November 10th, 2013, 11:33 PM   #85
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Photos of the ABSA Stadium in Durban, South Africa

Notice how the bleachers that stage is tilted.

I believe it is the steepest in the world.

The Benito Villamarin bleachers have similar, but not so inclined.







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Old September 16th, 2015, 08:15 AM   #86
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Betis Reclaim Their Stadium

In late 2010, parts of the Benito Villamarin Stadium, such as tis corporate facilities and parking, were taken by creditors, primarily the Spanish Tax Administration. This is because the club became insolvent; this situation was caused by former majority shareholder Manuel Ruiz de Lopera (the stadium's former namesake) being convicted of fraud against the Spanish Treasury. As of this writing, 13 of the creditors were paid off, meaning Real Betis once again own their stadium. Future upgrades/expansion of the stadium would prove impossible without full ownership by the club.

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Old May 12th, 2016, 10:48 PM   #88
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Apparently they are starting the redevelopment of the southern end in June.
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I am not even sure if this is the actual project:



From: http://sevilla.eldesmarque.com/real-...del-villamarin
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I am not even sure if this is the actual project:



From: http://sevilla.eldesmarque.com/real-...del-villamarin
Yes, this is the project, old stand will be demolished in July and new stand will be built starting September or October, construction duration is 17 weeks. Old stand has a capacity of 8500 and new stand will have a capacity of 14700. The cost is 16 million euros. The new stand will be symmetrical to the already redeveloped ones.

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So the ne capacity will be 57,900?
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So the ne capacity will be 57,900?
The exact number is still not stated and since not all of the existing stadium is used IE ca 1000 seats are not even installed yet, the actual capacity remains to be seen. But somewhere between 57 and 60k, remember that if the main stand is also redeveloped the new capacity will be 64k. And I don't think the difference between the old main stand and the planned one is more than 5-6k.
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Not such a big difference between old and new main stand.

When yill they start with the main stand? The video just shows the goal stand.
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Not such a big difference between old and new main stand.

When yill they start with the main stand? The video just shows the goal stand.
Well, first they have to build the goal stand and even that is still not 100% sure. They still have to pay back 16m euros to creditors over the next few years or about 2,5m a year. Then they have to pay of the players they bought this and former season. So to finance the new stand they probably need to sell some players or find some other way of funding.

If and when the main stand will be built, it will cost 20m euros (today) and then the roof will be another 20m euros.

So they need about 55 to 60 million to finish the whole stadium.

Still, Betis has some room for expanding their income, with 44k season ticket holders they had a budget of 51m this year compared to for example Real Sociedad that with way less season ticket holders had a budget of 70m.

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In just over a month the complete redevelopment of Betis’s south end will begin. Demolition first, then a three-tier new stand and afterwards… possibly much more!
http://stadiumdb.com/news/2016/05/se...with_new_stand
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The redevelopment of the Benito Villamarin Stadium's south stand will put Real Betis one step closer to their ultimate dream. The only thing that's left after that is redeveloping the old west stand.

The redevelopment of this stadium started in 1998 and is (literally) only half-finished as of this moment due to financial constraints.
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Why? It´s not that they are short of cap?
The main stand is still the most beautifull stand mop. I would not like to see that go.
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With the rebuilding of the south stand the pitch will also be moved 6 meters to the north.

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El estadio Villamarín va a ser reformado en su gol sur, el terreno de juego se desplaza seis metros de largo y de ancho.

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Why? It´s not that they are short of cap?
The main stand is still the most beautifull stand mop. I would not like to see that go.
I believe it's a matter of Real Betis getting enough funding for the south stand's redevelopment. The three new stands effectively render the stadium's west stand (which was built for the 1982 FIFA World Cup) outdated, so if funding is secured for the west stand's redevelopment, the current west stand will be demolished to make way for a new main stand.
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