AD Round Up: Stadiums Part IV

AD Round Up: Stadiums Part IV

For our fourth selection of previously featured stadiums we included the VTB Arena, Russia’s Main Stage for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and a great video showing five venues for Qatar’s 2022 FIFA World Cup. Check them all after the break.

Update: Sports Park Stozice / Sadar + Vuga Some time ago we featured this project by Sadar + Vuga, and some small updates of the construction progress during the year….. now we are presenting a final update! (read more…)

Football Stadium FC Bate Borisov / OFIS arhitekti The stadium is going on site at the end of 2010 since opening is planned for 2012, when the City of Borisov celebrates a significant anniversary. Distribution of the program takes into account the natural advantages of location and existing interventions in the terrain and the fact that the stadium has 13.000 seats, has to obtain 4stars according to UEFA categorization and have additional 3.000m2 of public program (read more…)

VTB Arena: Russia’s Main Stage for the 2018 FIFA World Cup / Erick van Egeraat & Mikhail Posokhin Today, FIFA announced their selection of nations for the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup™ host at the Zurich Exhibition where it was decided that in 2018, Russia will be hosting the FIFA World Cup™. Designed by Erick van Egeraat and Russian partner Mikhail Posokhin, architects of Moscow’s new VTB Arena are thrilled to hear of this decision (read more…)

Video: Qatar’s Stadiums for 2022 FIFA World Cup Yesterday, FIFA announced the nations that will host the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup™. Russia will be hosting the most important soccer event in the world in 2018 and Qatar will do so four years later. We’ve already featured Erick van Egeraat & Mikhail Posokhin’s VTB Arena for Russia. Now, we want to share with you this video showing five stadiums for Qatar 2022 (read more…)

City Soccer Stadium Lapad / NFO In the year 2009 city of Dubrovnik opened a public competition for the new City soccer stadium Lapad in Dubrovnik with residential – commercial content in the contact zone of the stadium. Current stadium is located within the larger city of Dubrovnik in Lapad area and does not meet the minimum requirements for playing football according to the international rules (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Stadiums Part IV" 25 Jan 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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