FCC built the new sport city buildings: 9 soccer fields, one goalkeeper training facility and a sports pavilion.
Enric Batlle y Joan Roig
Systems were designed of improve energy efficiency promoting carbon dioxide emissions reductions throughout the project and the stadiums operating life.
Joined to the pavilion by a roof over the entrance to the complex, a three-story building with part of a grandstand and capacity for 1,500 spectators.
FCC built the sports pavilion Madrid Arena, a partially building buried of ovoidal plant. One of the most unique elements that represents this project is your cover, with a typology of “bicycle wheel”, formed by a mixed structure with an outer reinforced concrete ring supported by its guideline.
Estudio Cano Lasso
FCC extended the underground parking, constructed the football museum and the entrance hall to the Football Museum Club Barcelona. FCC also built new fan boxes as well as parking in the side tier to the stadium.
The sports facility remained operational throughout the works.
Stadium cataloged by UEFA with the highest distinction
Francesc Mitjans, Josep Soteras, Lorenzo García-Barbón
The stadium is arranged in tiers: one covered upper tier and an uncovered lower tier. The new stadium is built in accordance with the established UEFA and FIFA standards in order to host international competitions.
Listed as a five star stadium by UEFA
Estudio López – Amor
The construction was carried out in stages around the old stadium, which was kept in use during all phases of the work.
Manuel Muñoz Monasterio, Manuel Fernández Pujol