Breaking News - From Barcelona to Las Vegas: The major new stadium upgrades underway

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Breaking News - From Barcelona to Las Vegas: The major new stadium upgrades underway
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Tottenham Hotspur may still be sofa-surfing at Wembley but it won’t be long before they pick-up the keys to their swanky new £850million home. But the north Londoners will not be the only sports side to benefit from a revamped residence in the not-too-distant future. Real Madrid announced plans for a £500million renovation of the Santiago Bernabeu last month, following Barcelona and their ‘Espai Barca’ project announcement in 2016. But what other major sports stadia are currently under construction? Sportsmail rounds up the best of the new builds. Roma president Jim Pallotta is determined to give the Italian club its own home after 65 years of sharing the Stadio Olimpico with fierce rivals Lazio. The project to build the Stadio della Roma was finally given panning permission in December last year but hit a snag when the mayor of the proposed site, Virgina Raggi, rejected the proposal. A compromise has since been reached, and the new stadium will be built on an old race track at Tor Di Valle, in the south west of the City. Its design will be a mix of the past and the present, drawing inspiration from the Colosseum as well as providing investment of up to a €1billion in local infrastructure. The Espai Barca project plans to renovate the Nou Camp and drag it into the 21st Century. The plans involve increasing the stadium’s capacity, as well as adding a roof, underground parking and improving Wi-Fi access. The first tier of the ground will also be remodelled to be more vertical, for a better viewing experience. The project, unveiled by President Josep Maria Bartomeu back in March 2016, goes beyond just the stadium, with improvements planned for the entire Barcelona campus, including a 12,000-seater arena for other Barca sports teams such as basketball. Planning permission for the stadium was granted in April, and work will get underway next summer. The New Sardar Patel Stadium in Gujarat, India, will become the world’s largest cricket ground when it is completed in 2020. The stadium’s capacity is anticipated to be a whopping 110,000, which is ten thousand more than the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), the current largest stadium for cricket. The stadium will cover 63 acres of land and will boast an Olympic-sized swimming pool, 76 corporate boxes and enough space for 3,000 cars and 10,000 bicycles. The project is backed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and construction is already underway, with the Gujarat cricket team and Rajasthan Royals aiming to move in by 2020. The new home to Hungarian football will open its doors in 2019 and will replace its namesake in Zuglo, Budapest, which was demolished in October 2016. Hungary are not the footballing powerhouse they once were but they will be showcasing elite football here in the very near future, as the ground has been chosen to host three group stage matches and a round of 16 match during UEFA Euro 2020. Japan’s new national stadium was originally designed by well-known architect Zaha Hadid

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