As many football fans know around the world since 2019, the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium has been under reconstruction.
The stadium belonging to Real Madrid's players, was said to be under reconstruction to mould it to a 21st century state of art Stadium.
Mostly, the changes made to the future Stadium is relating to the roof. The extendible section of the roof on the side of the stadiums that runs along the Castellana has also been removed.
The most visible part of the future Stadium is the metal structure, belonging to the new towers on the Paseo de la Castellana equipped with ramps, escalators and lifts. The new stadium also has new underground car parks that can hold a maximum of 500 cars and a private sector for coaches and visiting coaches of the team.
According to many press reviews by real Madrid's representative, the stadium is been reconstructed as the 21st century taste and it is referred to as "the future Stadium". See more photos below;
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