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    I don't think these stadium projects are going to proceed to the phase where money is needed (real building), because Italy is a total mess financially. Unless the stadiums and everything connected to the building process is funded by private companies. EU financial crisis will hit to Italy very hard and it's hard to see big investments going to that direction anytime soon. Unfortunately.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CafeCordoba View Post
    I don't think these stadium projects are going to proceed to the phase where money is needed (real building), because Italy is a total mess financially. Unless the stadiums and everything connected to the building process is funded by private companies. EU financial crisis will hit to Italy very hard and it's hard to see big investments going to that direction anytime soon. Unfortunately.
    It's still an enigma looking at the current economic situation and how the new stadia will be built and with what funds,but I think that the clubs will find the way (after that the new rule will be approved) to start it. Cagliari is certain that will have the new stadium in 2012/2013,Zampa said that is certain the he will build it as soon as possible (the project will be presented during this current month),so there's hope that the same will happen with the other clubs too. I guess that the answer to your question should be "private companies" or the owners himselfs.

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    So why everyone and even Palermo are making stadiums and we arent again?
    Leaving San Siro and find a deal with the Council Communal of Milano without the rule for the new stadiums is impossible,so we have to wait a little bit again,but the project is there for sure.

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    Well, lets just move out of Milano then... Lake Como is said to be pretty, my mate George has a home there maybe I can give him a call and get him to demolish it for our stadium


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    Quote Originally Posted by Choppin Onions View Post
    It's only a matter of time now that Juve built their new stadio that other clubs will follow the way. One only hopes they don't become soulless like English stadiums or the venues here in North America however
    Why are English stadiums soulless? They do have the rich history.

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    I believe you aren't even allowed to stand in your place in the stadiums in England so that pretty much sums up the whole argument.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CafeCordoba View Post
    I believe you aren't even allowed to stand in your place in the stadiums in England so that pretty much sums up the whole argument.
    ManUtd away fans do hence the % allocation was reduced for Liverpool game this season.

    Actually most of the away fans do, but after the disasters I wouldn't call stadiums soulless just coz people wont stand during games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black&Blue View Post
    It's still an enigma looking at the current economic situation and how the new stadia will be built and with what funds,but I think that the clubs will find the way (after that the new rule will be approved) to start it. Cagliari is certain that will have the new stadium in 2012/2013,Zampa said that is certain the he will build it as soon as possible (the project will be presented during this current month),so there's hope that the same will happen with the other clubs too. I guess that the answer to your question should be "private companies" or the owners himselfs.

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    Leaving San Siro and find a deal with the Council Communal of Milano without the rule for the new stadiums is impossible,so we have to wait a little bit again,but the project is there for sure.
    Juve managed to build theirs without the stadiums rule... and did so for a quite okay price.

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    The new Cagliari Stadium that should be built for the next season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monster09 View Post
    Why are English stadiums soulless? They do have the rich history.
    Perhaps soulless is the wrong word. I agree the likes of Old Trafford, Anfield, Goodison Park, etc... have lots of rich history. But I also find they lack any atmosphere whatsoever these days. Much like sports over here in North America, the average joe is usually priced out and the middle class (and upper-middle) take over at stadiums and arenas. The BPL itself is turning into a very commercial league like the NFL or NBA but with relegation and promotion system. And that's fine because the clubs and league are making an insane amount of money. I just like my football a little more grimey and staying true to it's working-class roots. And while most of the stadio in Italy are out-dated and usually half-empty, the passion is still there no matter where you go and will hopefully stay no matter what.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Black&Blue View Post
    The new Palermo stadium project.
    Article: http://www.gazzetta.it/Calcio/Squadr...35912087.shtml


    http://www.palermocalcio.it/it/1112/...882&idi=105752

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    The new russian owner (Yuri Korablin) of Venezia have presented the project for the "Venice Green Stadium",that should be built for 2014.
    http://nuovavenezia.gelocal.it/crona...ilioni-5006799

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    If a Serie D team gets a new stadium before us, I might cry

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADRossi View Post
    If a Serie D team gets a new stadium before us, I might cry
    Around that time they should be in Serie B. The sad thing is that at the moment (apparently) everyone is moving forward for building new stadiums,one of the last was Napoli ( http://www.tuttomercatoweb.com/napol...kubmV0LTY4OTk1 ),apart the Milano teams... I have still hope though.

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    I've found another image about the new Friuli stadium of Udinese that should be almost rebuilt for the next season.
    http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehou...27112dc600e1e6

    And here also a video
    http://www.stadiumplus.com/sito/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanel View Post
    Well, soul is given to the stadium by the fans.
    italy should forget about englih stadiums and follow german model with stend up section and german ticket prices which are as low as 10-20 euros and i just remembered if you price tickets for 10-40 euros you will have packed stadiums and with that you will have sponsors flocking to serie a germany clubs make as much money from tv as the do from sponsors

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    http://www.tuttomercatoweb.com/?action=read&id=298601

    Very good news,it seems that the new rule have been approved finally.

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