The integrated architecture, branding and marketing agency Weplan Global have released a few images of how the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu will look once the current renovation work is over.
Real Madrid returned to the stadium after spending a year and a half playing their home games at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano, but renovation work is still ongoing for the time being.
The two new spectacular images show that the Bernabeu will be more than a football stadium, with the main novelty being that it will still be asymmetrical and that the new stands on the east side will be curved, similar to those of the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano.
Work is expected to be completed within a year, but no specific date has been given for Real Madrid‘s return to their ground given the complex nature of the renovation.
Right now, the workers are focused on the retractable pitch work, as the space where it will be stored is still under construction. Once it is finished, they will work on the mechanism and the ramp, which must be slightly cantilevered for the retractable lawn system to work.
Weplan shared an image where fans can see how the new roof, the 360-degree scoreboard and even the new heating system will look.
The pictures shared by the agency also show how the car park, the stadium roof, the wide pedestrian areas and the surrounding area of the stadium will look.