New Santiago Bernabéu continues its radical change: surprise with the stands

19 Sep 2020

Each day that passes, means there is less time left to see the New Santiago Bernabéu. If the ‘old’ Bernabéu was already considered by many to be the best stadium on the planet, the ‘new’ Bernabéu will be even more so.

We closely follow the renovations that are being carried out at the Santiago Bernabéu. The stadium renovation process is on the right track, but there is still a lot of work to do.

As seen in the photos provided by @nuevobernabeu, the Santiago Bernabéu continues to be renewed day by day. The architects, engineers and workers, have focused in recent days on the back steps. 

The Bernabeu continues its radical change and we can see a formwork made for the lower tier, and a new access opened for heavy machinery, in addition to a remodeled logistics tunnel.

Real Madrid will make their debut on Sunday against Real Sociedad at the Reale Arena and the following game they will play at the Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium, against Valladolid.

The first team will continue to host their home matches at the Alfredo Di Stéfano stadium and, simultaneously, the works of the Bernabéu will continue to advance. However, in the event that the Government authorizes the entry of the public, Real Madrid will have no problem in reopening the doors of the Bernabéu, since the aforementioned works can be carried out while the games take place.

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