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On 20/10/2017 at 0:26 PM, Young Polak said:

So here's one for communist stadium architecture

10th-Anniversary Stadium, opened in 1955, was for decades the largest stadium in Warsaw, and one of the largest in Poland. In the 1980s the stadium became dilapidated, as no funds could be found to refurbish it and eventually turned into a a Bazaar/Market Place. Its demolition began in September 2008, and the new National Stadium is constructed in its place to serve as one of the venues for Euro 2012




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Insanity!

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Almondvale Stadium, home of Livingston FC (Scottish League). Built 1995.
All seating capacity 8,700. The building in the lower right-hand corner of the ground is the club's administrative building.
A nice compact ground with adjoining car-parks and (looks like an all-weather) training pitch.

 

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6 hours ago, jw1739 said:

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Stade de la Maladiere, Neuchatel, Switzerland. Home of Neuchatel Xamax FCS of the Swiss Super League. Capacity 12,000. Opened 2007. Built at a cost of 200 million Swiss francs (284 million A$).

A "boutique stadium" at top dollar cost.

One A-League stadium please!

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23 hours ago, haz said:

Surely the German OH&S officers had a brain aneurysm looking at that?!

My guess is that it was structurally perfectly sound and met all necessary criteria, permits etc., but superficially dressed-up  to make it look as though it had been thrown together from recycled scrap.

The "match-day experience" at St. Pauli must be something special. When you think of the blandness of ours...

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