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Old July 1st, 2008, 07:39 PM   #41
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I don't agree with you. Aside from the historical value of the stadium, the gaps between stand and pitch are so huge there that they would have to dig enormously deep in the ground to have proper sightlines, which might cause a serious damage to the stadium itself.
not true,removing the track, lowering the field and adding seats is a pretty common procedure. Theres nothing dangerous about it and it wouldnt ruin any historical aspects of the stadium. If anything it would make the inside of the stadium better.


heres a good example, you can see where seats have been added at the bottom where there used to be a track
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But did they need the extra 6-10k seats?
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But did they need the extra 6-10k seats?
at ohio stadium, yeah all the seats they can get. But if they add seats at the bottom at Luzhniki it wouldnt really add to the total capacity if they take out rows off the top of the stadium to add suites. A stadium with seats close to the pitch and a bunch of suites is fitting for a city like Moscow and i think they should have one
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not true,removing the track, lowering the field and adding seats is a pretty common procedure. Theres nothing dangerous about it and it wouldnt ruin any historical aspects of the stadium. If anything it would make the inside of the stadium better.


heres a good example, you can see where seats have been added at the bottom where there used to be a track
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You missed one important thing. The seats where there used to be tracks have so terrible sightlines because of so moderate inclination which is close to flat! People cannot overview the play there. They just can see players moving at the same height of players' eyes. To be strict, in those seats, they don't see the game. They see only players' movements. I bet they are the last ones to be filled when a game is sold out.
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Old July 1st, 2008, 09:09 PM   #45
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is there any photos during the CL final, I think I saw some empty seats at the botton and top of the stadium, was it true the news of not being a soldout? (that will be a fiasco for Moscow as host city)
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Here's what Ohio Stadium did:



Dig it up.



Add some seats.



The first few rows can see fine. The incline matches the rest of the tier and the first row is elevated like most US stadia.



Texas did the same thing at DKR. Whether or not this is a good idea for Olimpiyskiy I have no idea.
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Old July 2nd, 2008, 01:00 AM   #47
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You missed one important thing. The seats where there used to be tracks have so terrible sightlines because of so moderate inclination which is close to flat! People cannot overview the play there. They just can see players moving at the same height of players' eyes. To be strict, in those seats, they don't see the game. They see only players' movements. I bet they are the last ones to be filled when a game is sold out.
yes the seats would be terrible, thats why you lower the field. By lowering the field you allow for seats to be added at the same inclination as all the rest of the seats
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I like this stadium apart from what I’m guessing is the executive box area which I think looks awful if that was changed to make it fit in better with the interior of the stadium then this would be a truly brilliant and traditional stadium.
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The Luzhniki Stadium is one of three big stadiums in the former USSR. The other two are the Olympiysky Stadium in Kiev and the late Kirov Stadium in St. Petersburg. Kirov Stadium is deceased and the Olympiysky is experiencing a major reconstruction. All Luzhniki Stadium had is the addition of seats and a new stand cover. Shouldn't the shape of the stands be change or is i fine ust the way it is?
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the exterior of this stadium is monumental , classy and great , but the interior is so incredibly ugly and lame .. they should switch out all the ugly seats , put a grass pitch in it and give it a better track ....
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At present and also as part of the bid for the FIFA World Cup, Luzhniki Stadium is the main venue, which will host the Opening, and Final matches. Its full name is Grand Sports Arena of the Luzhniki Olympic Complex and it currently offers a capacity of almost 80,000 covered seats. For the World Cup, extensive refurbishments are planned to turn this UEFA Elite stadium into the jewel in the Russian football infrastructure crown.
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(Regretful post. Apologized for calling UEFA ranking system stupid. Can a mod please delete this post?)
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If you're sitting behind those flagpoles at the corner you're screwed. Take them away!
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Today there was an information, that if Russia will get WC-2018, the football field will be lowered to four meters, lower stands will be reconstructed, total capacity will rise to 90,000+.
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The Luzhniki Stadium is part of a sporting complex. The stadium itself is known as the Grand Arena. There is also a Minor Arena, a Sports Palace, a multipurpose gymnasium, and a swimming pool. The swimming pool is poorly maintained and is currently falling into disrepair. There were plans to replace it with a brand-new aquatics centre as part of Moscow's bid for the 2013 World Aquatics Championships, which went to Dubai.
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