Tell me more...Also we have to remember a club stadium is build to stand decades, it’s not like a WC or Olympic stadium build to be entirely or partially tear down construction and that is not made to be lasting structures. The outer special design is often just poorly built and made to look interesting for a short period. A club stadium also need to be practical for maintenance, for future improvements and upgrades and to hold other events in. This will always mean they be a bit more rational and boring in appearance.
Also modern stadiums is more how these work, latest you can move the entire field around, even lift it up/down, move it outside the stadium on rails. so it’s not destroyed and used under concert as it’s build on a frame on rails.
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How convinient will be that there are some non football activity in stadium, because it is not in Milano?
Thanx for explanation.It’s normal to get out of the center for larger concerts in many Western, northern and southern Europe major cities. There isn’t much space for big concert venues in many cities because of the protected historical centre. In Rozzano/Assago there alread the Midolanum forum in close quarters, a venue used for such as well as a Theater, so locals are already used to go there. Additionally there is shopping malls as well and metro stations nearby.
I'm beginning to think you don't really like stadiums.Those are ugly as H and would really not slot in well in the cultural landscape of Italy and no football club outside England can afford them. And except the Mercedes Benz arena none of them are particularly more enchanting to look at.
Also there nothing modern about Allianz Arena anymore it’s a rather dated design.
What makes Allegiant and AT&T special and modern is not how those look but how those function, as I already described you can move the entire field outside on rails. As this is by far more what defines a modern stadium being versatile, there is a similar one in Tokyo those aren’t exactly architectural marvels from their appearances and it’s not really what makes them modern and well expensive.
Tottenham stadium also look like a toilet bowl from above It’s not really all that enchanting from the side it look like a shopping mall build 10-15 years ago.
The Mercedez benz is so much way out what is possible to build in Europe as I wrote the only one that is special, sure the roof is fun and screen all round but it’s gimmicky and all for show and expensive as hell.
Also Allegiant stadium corrected for inflation is $2.15b, Mercedes $1.79b, AT&T $2b, Tottenham $1.5b, US bank $1.34b
Get a reality grip an Italian club can’t build a stadium costing even half of the cheapest one.
This just doesn’t allow much freedom in design, because of those budgetary restrictions you can have very basic design where focus are on functionality and maintenance. Most football stadiums in europe are very, very basic design for a reason, also building restrictions are far higher then those of US, you can not build without approval and typically have to follow strict regulations that can be on size, noise and even appearances.
The reality is moving out and not having a shared stadium is it needs to be much cheaper construction, those why we went from Cathedral to this, it’s a budget stadium and unless we accept a sponsor to jump
In a build one it’s not going to realistically going to be a marvel.
I'm beginning to think you don't really like stadiums.
Yeah I got it. Your opinion sucked enough the first time you went over it.Sure I do, but perhaps I just have another aesthetical preference then that you posted, because those are literally some of the worst architectural stadium designs I seen, two of them are designed because of functionality so they where never trying to offer much.
Only the Mercedes Benz stadium can be said to offer some architectural quality, no surprise as it’s Mercedes.
The others are mainly eyesore, that belongs nowhere Italy. The one draw is at least so inconspicuous that you can ignore it, the other stick up like a sore thumb and cost nearly or the excess of €2b way over a possible budget for any Italian club.
The price the Milano clubs operated at was about a €1.2b for the entire project that included way more then just the stadium when it was a joint venture. What I hear is these should cost less then €1b! A piece for whole project, your just not getting much for that sum, as you can’t build it with slave labour. This is also why this is far less impressive then Cathedral design probably because it was way over any possible budget.
You get what you pay for, with this budget you get a 20-25 year old design because that’s what you can get on such a budget. You probably need around €1.8-2b at least to get a really magical design just for the stadium alone. Again money Inter dos not have, it’s just completely unrealistic. But as another said rather this then none at all.
Also this stadium resembles that of the Olympics in Japan
We need to be just somewhat realistic in our expectations. It’s not like the Allianz stadium in Torino is anything to rave about either.Yeah I got it. Your opinion sucked enough the first time you went over it.
We all want a stellar new stadium, but there`s no point building half assed Aliexpress venue too under Suning. This is a one time build and we better make it nice.
Meazza until new billionaire owner, then invest.
You make it sound like Inter is in the Bolivian Second division or something. They have been top 5 in attendance in Europe for several years now in the second best league in the entire world.No one is going to build a €2b stadium for any Italian team, that’s what is the minimum investment to get a state of the art stadium. I’m sure this is nice enough on the facilities itself, it’s just not a marvel to look at. Also it’s in bloody Rozzano, no one sane is going there to watch a stadium, you go there because of cultural events, work or shopping otherwise it’s not an area you ever would consider visiting.
Also those who will actually buy Inter is not going to build a more exciting stadium then the one proposed as those are investments fonds… They don’t care about aesthetic, they care about numbers in a book and we are not going to be bought by a Sugar Daddy those days have long past.
You make it sound like Inter is in the Bolivian Second division or something. They have been top 5 in attendance in Europe for several years now in the second best league in the entire world.
Like based on your criteria there are only like 2 or 3 teams in the entire world that could justify a half decent stadium project.
I get the sense from your posts that you don't have much knowledge of Project Finance and Capital Budgeting. Like do you think Suning just pulls some cash out of a savings account for the cost of the stadium and just hands it over to a few builders on the side of the road and they go to work? You can financially structure a stadium build around almost any ownership strength as long as the ROI is there, and for Inter it will be.
Get a grip.
I'm sure the renders won't come to anything, but they're definitely nothing to write home about.
However, Gal is completely right. We're not a powerhouse team in regards to revenue. Nor is the league in general.
Also. Serie A isn't the second best league
This is actually a good point. If there's gonna be two stadiums, the revenue projections will be lower for both.And that would need to compete against Milan stadium, GM and other arenas in the area, because match day revenue isn’t doing it alone. You need concert etc. as well.
This is actually a good point. If there's gonna be two stadiums, the revenue projections will be lower for both.