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Old May 15th, 2010, 05:16 AM   #61
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^The Luzhniki Stadium is going to be redeveloped into a two-tier stadium but will lose the track. I'd like to see this stadium as a two-tier (and should have done so last decade), but I prefer the track not be removed. And the stands will be more steep than they are currently. In order to build a ring os luxury boxes between the two tiers. How steep are the stands in this stadium currently?
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Old May 17th, 2010, 06:43 PM   #62
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Dear All

sorry my ignorance but is this the same stadium that host Olympic Games in 1980 ?
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Old May 17th, 2010, 06:45 PM   #63
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sorry my ignorance but is this the same stadium that host Olympic Games in 1980 ?
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^The Luzhniki Stadium is going to be redeveloped into a two-tier stadium but will lose the track. I'd like to see this stadium as a two-tier (and should have done so last decade), but I prefer the track not be removed. And the stands will be more steep than they are currently. In order to build a ring os luxury boxes between the two tiers. How steep are the stands in this stadium currently?
Lose the track? Noo! That would spell doom for any prospective Moscow Olympics bid. I thought the idea would be to remove the roof, extend the upper tier and then add a new roof.

Perhaps they'll add a temporary ground level tier like what Vienna did with Ernst Happel Stadion for Euro 2008.
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Old May 18th, 2010, 11:33 PM   #65
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+ in 2013 Luzhniki is hosting World Athletics Championship. So all works will begin after 2013. Field will be lower on 4 meters. More characteristics will be known only after finished project.
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Forgot Moscow was hosting that. I suppose should Moscow indeed win the WC, they might just lower the field a little, to permit temporary seating for 80,000.
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Old May 20th, 2010, 06:40 PM   #67
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+ in 2013 Luzhniki is hosting World Athletics Championship. So all works will begin after 2013. Field will be lower on 4 meters. More characteristics will be known only after finished project.
Not quite true-as the world athletics championships requires a natural field Luzhniki will once again as with Champions league final install a natural field but this time they will keep it and implement some changes towards the possible world cup hosting.
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To redevelop the Luzhniki Grand Arena into a two-tier stadium, the seating bowl is torn down and the roof and exterior facade are left standing. The field is lowered a few metres. The first tier is built, then the second tier. A level of luxury boxes is located between the two tiers and a pressbox is located at the very top of the bowl. Why was this stadium built with only one monolithic tier?
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Old June 13th, 2010, 01:58 AM   #69
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It's the classic Stalinist/Commie architecture of the 50's? They just improved upon that.
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What's the capacity going to be after the expansion? The stadium is pretty much massive as it is, I guess it could get to 100k...
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Almost 90K. Will be reconstructed to 2016.
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Any ideas on how is it going to be expanded? I assume they'll be keeping the running track?
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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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Ah, cheers. I've just noticed the posts on the last page.

I'm glad they aren't messing with the roof, it's what makes the stadium stand out from the rest - one of the best about. I just hope they change the colour of the seats while they're at it though, that yellow/orange/red design is hideous.
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no more runnig track ?
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Glad to hear that the roof and external cladding of this stadium will be kept, thankfully changing the seating to two tiers while maintaining the roof can be done succesfully - see the ongoing project at Mercedes Benz Arena in Stutgart, Germany for proof of that.

Removing the track can only be good for the spectators by bringing them closer to the action, and an increased capacity will benefit the Russian National Team when they play home fixtures at Luzhniki.

A similar, but smaller, stadium - Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland - has the same one tier of seating on 3 sides of the ground, and on one side (The North Stand) it has two tiers seperated by a row of corporate boxes. This stand replicates what is planned at Luzhniki for the whole stadium:

Hopefully when Hampden gets expanded upwards from 50,000 seats due to ticket demand, they will continue the top tier all the way around the stadium, but have the top tier cantalievered over the lower tiers - since there is not such a high demand for corporate boxes. If the top tier wrapped around the whole arena, then Hampden would have a capacity of 70,000.


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