BiH Stadiums - Arenas

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  1. Dizdar

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    They're redoing Bilino Polje:

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    Nakon završetka ove sezone, planirana je rekonstrukcija tribina i uređenje travnjaka stadiona Bilino Polje.

    Planirano je rušenje sjeverne i južne tribine i gradnja novih tribina sa stolicama, koje će imati po šest hiljada sjedećih mjesta.

    Tribine bi trebale biti nadkrivene i sa popratnim sadržajima prema evropskim kriterijima.

    Ukoliko se ovaj projekt ostvari, Bilino Polje bi bilo jedan od najmodernijih stadiona na ovim prostorima.

    Stadion bi prema predviđanjima, u tome slučaju primao između 21.000 – 25.000 gledalaca i to bi bila prva faza rekonstrukcije Bilinog Polja.

    U drugoj fazi, predviđena je rekonstrukcija istočne i zapadne tribine, a sa završetkom radova, stadion bi primao oko 40.000 gledalaca. U sklopu stadiona, planirana je i izgradnja novih objekata poput restorana, caffea, fan shopa, medicinske ambulante, prostor za potrebe policije i zaštitarskih agencija, itd.

    Time bi, svakako, Bilino Polje postalo jedan moderan sportski centar, prema evropskim standardima.

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    By the end of construction, its going to hold 40,000. Thats not bad at all. I'm just curious when its all going to be done.


  2. Zeljo Fanatico

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    ********ing sick.

    That's 2 stadiums being renovated with 25,000+ capacity... Tuzla and Zenica.

    Anyone know about the plans for Grbavica that's apparently supposed to extend the capacity to 40,000?

    Kosevo, Stadion Tuzla, Bilino Polje, Grbavica... that would be 4 decent stadiums.
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    Well keep in mind we've got Olimpic's new stadium which is also nice. Bihac is building a new stadium as well..

    I heard some German company is investing in Grbavica soon. Would be epic.
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    all these 30k-40k seats stadiums are making me courious if our FA wants to place a real Euro bid


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    Haven't heard anything of Nova Grbavica since june.

    But still, it seems like we play best in a small, compact, open stadium!
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    Otoka is a nice little stadium too. Not suited for NT play though.
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    [​IMG]

    How Bilino Polje might look after construction.
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    This. We might be with Serbia and Croatia in a joint bid. I wouldn't mind one bit.
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    Yeah whatever happened to the Grbavica project?
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    Don't get overexcited about this guys. Stadium constructions/adjustments literally take ages to finish in Bosnia. If anything, the stadiums in Tuzla and Zenica may be the only ones that look respectable for the national team, but even those won't be done till around 2013 or 2014 probably.

    I'm willing to bet that the Grbavica stadium plan is just bullshit and won't happen.
  11. BH Fanatico

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    No it wasn't there was a huge conversation about this and a debate. They had the investors ready to go and pay for the construction.
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    The Slovenes did a fine job with their stadium:

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    20.000 seater and the atmosphere is fantastic.



    Stadiums don't just fall out of the sky. Sponsors have to be found to divy up the money for such a structure. Zeljeznicar has had contacts with various potential sponsors and companies, but none agreed on a deal YET. I have heard rumors of some Austrian companies that might be interested, so we'll see what the future holds.

    This was what Grbavica might look like:

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    15.000 seater, 20 million euros to build. Not bad.
  13. BH Fanatico

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    Stadium in Macedonia:

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFQeqFpVn6o&feature=related"]Makedonija - Irska ( Cel stadion pee "Denes nad Makedonija se ragja") 04.06 2011 - YouTube[/ame]
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    40,000 seats in Zenica would be f*cking sick. We'll finally have a stadium our NT prefers and at the same time meets all the FIFA standards. Now I don't have to feel embarressed by our stadium lol
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    And BTW, they fixed the pitch. I heard the ground is as flat as ever. They're finally going in the right direction. My only question is who funds all this.. does the club do it? And also does the national team playing in Bilino Polje have anything to do with this when it comes to funding?
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    Why didn't they fix the pitch for our match vs. Portugal.....?
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    IDK, but they did once everyone was complaining about it. Weird.
  18. Sarajevsko Pivo

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    Our FA is corrupt as f*ck. They rather keep that money in their pockets then spending it on a new pitch, so it's actually not so suprising.
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    They don't have the investors ready for it. Like Vitez said, there are rumors of Slovenians, Austrians, and Germans all being contacted on this but there has been no agreement yet.

    This will take ages to finish anyways, which was my initial point.
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    Insider news from me:

    Energo, the firm from Slovenia who wanted to build the stadium collapsed this year and won't be making the stadium. Grbavica, that is.
  21. BH Fanatico

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    If Macedonia can build a decent stadium why the ******** can't Bosnia? Most stadiums take around 2 years to finish...and you said it would be done in 2-3 years.. Last time I checked if they start next year in Zenica (in May 2012) it will be done in 2014 which is the time needed to build a strong stadium.
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    The Tusanj project will be done in a year tops. The Bihac stadium will also be completed in a year. Thats two fantastic stadiums (albeit small). Otoka is already completed, and its a very nice stadium.

    With the Bilino Polje construction and perhaps the Grbavica reconstruction, we'll have a nice mix there. I heard Velez might be building something soon as well.
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    Bilino Polje is not going to be destroyed for a new stadium. They're just changing the pitch and adding another 20,000 seats from what I know. Why would that take until 2014 unless our workers take ages to do it?

    We can build decent stadiums but our workers take ages to make a decent look out of the stadiums they work on. They had two years to fix the pitch at BP but they never did it. They have been working on Tusanj since 2008 and they still aren't done, still alot of work left on it.
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    Bihac? I'm guessing it's for Jedinstvo? Nice, any pics and how big will the capacity be?

    Otoka is a nice stadium for Premijer Liga standards, but not for our national team. It's pretty small.

    I heard Velez cancelled their plans about a new stadium but it may be untrue.

    We'll see what happens with the whole Grbavica thing.
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    Read the article again.

    Time bi, svakako, Bilino Polje postalo jedan moderan sportski centar, prema evropskim standardima.

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