This week Juventus released the details of the new stadium to replace the Delle Alpi stadium, a stadium which they moved from two years ago. Juve are currently sharing the Olympic Stadium with eternal rivals Torino. The new stadium is set to follow in the steps of Arsenal’s Emirates stadium, that is, a major merchandising thingy. The stadium is set to take up the name of a sponsor.
The stadium is set to have 40,200 seating capacity, 8 restauranats and 24 bars. 3 dressing rooms as well as 34,000m2 of commercial area and 30,000m2 of green area.
Juventus’ Cobolli GIgli continued that this time fans are going to be taken as priority and the seating area will be closer to the pitch than the current Delle Alpi one. Thus fans in the Curva will be much more closer than ever. Currently there is 50m between pitch and Curva (north/south stands), while the proposed stadium is set to be only 8.5m away from the stands.
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