Real Madrid's Bernabeu: Video of the new stadium is insane

Real Madrid's Bernabeu

Real Madrid are - and always will be - one of the biggest clubs in world football.

The Spanish giants are one of the most well-supported clubs around the globe and have a glittering history. They’ve won 34 La Liga titles, while ruling Europe a record 13 times.

The current Real Madrid squad may not compare to the Galacticos but they remain the dream destination for many of the world’s top players.

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And it will become even more of a dream destination once they’ve seen what the new Bernabeu will look like.

Earlier this week, Real Madrid released a video showing plans for their new-look Santiago Bernabeu. And when we say it looks amazing, we’re massively understating it.

VIDEO: Real Madrid's new Bernabeu

Firstly, let’s talk about the retractable pitch.

Okay, it’s not the first stadium in the world to have a retractable pitch but the storage system where the sections of the grass are placed in trays is revolutionary. It’s packed with ventilation, air conditioning, an irrigation system, maintenance side walkways, LED lighting, control cameras and ultraviolet light therapy to ensure the pitch is always in good condition.

Meanwhile, that allows a host of different events to take place at the Bernabeu from exhibitions, to concerts as well as tennis, NFL and basketball matches.

Real Madrid's Bernabeu

The stadium will have five restaurants overlooking the pitch that will be operating during matchdays. There is also a sky bar for those who like a more sophisticated drink before games, while there’s also a shopping centre on the concourse.

Fans will also have the ability to order food and drink to their seat before, during and after the game via an app.

The new stadium is reported to cost the club £700 million to renovate but it’s believed to bring in more than £100 million ever year.

It's due to be completed in June 2022, ready for the 2022/23 season.

It will be the best stadium in the world and should be on every football fan’s bucket list to visit.

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