Programmers Create 3D Santiago Bernabeu Sim With GBP-450M Facelift And Are Keen To Do A Premier League Stadium Too

This birds-eye view footage produced by a computer simulation shows how the world-famous Santiago Bernabeu football stadium will look once its renovations are completed.

The footage reveals the buildings new sleek retractable metal roof and futuristic outer shell whilst also showing how the stadium will look at night.

The Santiago Bernabeu located in Spain’s capital of Madrid has been undergoing a facelift since 1st March with the aim of giving the stadium which first opened in 1947 a modern 21st-century look.


The simulated footage was produced by Avaldesign using a Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The Santiago Bernabeu first opened its doors to fans in 1947 and has since become a footballing Mecca with football fans flocking from all around the world to watch Real Madrid play at the Bernabeu.

Since opening in 1947 the stadium has undergone several rebuilds, in 1955 its seating capacity was expanded making it the biggest stadium in the Europe Cup.


In the 1980s a new roof was installed, modern electronic signs were put in and several parts of the building including the locker rooms and press areas were rebuilt.

The most recent include the construction of a state of the art retractable roof, the construction of a hotel and expanded underground parking along with a commercial centre.

Whilst the construction work is ongoing Real Madrid is hosting its home games Alfredo Di Stefano stadium in the town of Valdebebas near Madrid’s Barajas Airport the renovations are expected to finish in October 2022.

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