Chilean stadiums are incredible! lately the government is refurbishing the most of the sport building.I like specially the Becker Stadium of Temuco, cause I live in there
Oh no, they have to finish it in few months due to terms of the contract. Btw, the stadium is in reconstruction, only this tribune is new, others are old.Looks like a bit more than few months to me my friend...
this design has the same design with the new stadium in taiwan. it will be used in the world gamesThe North Stand at Windsor Park is almost a replica of the stands at The Den and the new Alex Russel stand is very similiar, only it is a one tier stand, with an upper and lower section divided by a wall, rather than by a tier split.
The IFA is current discussing two main options for the future of international football in Northern Ireland, niether of which involve Windsor Park;
The first is the proposed stadium at the Maze, but with a proposed capacity of 42,000 and with a lower deck with filled corners, it seems utterly useless as a national stadium for the IFA - capacity is too large and segregation, due to the problems in Northern Irish football, would be incredibly difficult.
The other more logical option is another proposed stadium in the Ormeau Park, just across the river from central Belfast - with a proposed capacity of between 20,000 and 25,000 and four main stands, this seems a much more realistic prospect and would like bring Ulster Rugby on board, as they are slowly outgrowing the limitations of their ground, Ravenhill, which only has a capacity of 12,500, but routinely has much greater demand for tickets.
However, given the fact that The Maze stadium seems to be floundering and losing considerable support, especially given a recent comparative study between it and other white elephants (mostly, Del Alpi), and the relative uncertainty about whether or not the Belfast City stadium will go ahead, I think the IFA should be looking at replacing the two remaining stands at Winsdor, given increasingly stringent UEFA controls reducing the capacity all the time. With appropriate plans, this could easily be completed with no real drop (about 200 seats and no more) in capacity - with three developed ends, Windsor would have a capacity of about 17,000 (as opposed to 14,000 now) allowing the south stand to be demolished and corporate hospitality built into it.
Stadium at Ormeau Park
If the 20,000 capacity option is followed, the Ormeau Stadium would surely have to be added to the best small stadia in the world.