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Discussion in 'Liga Sagres Clubs' started by verde-rubro, Jan 17, 2009.
What a nice parking lot.
Looks nice, but I agree with Joelz. A more open concept would look even nicer and with less of that concrete hanging over they could have maybe added a few more thousand seats. So much beauty surrounding that stadium.
but dont forget when they start on the main stand it will be higher and you will still get the views
and there going to be a varanda with a resturant over looking the bay
The stadium is going to be great; how was it funded? Between this stadium and the little gem Nacional plays in there are two beautiful stadiums on Madiera. I would like to know how Madiera got them built and if the same formula could be applied in the Azores for Santa Clara.
I thought SC's stadium was a good one, am I wrong ?
Depends on what you mean by good. It's pretty big and relatively well maintained but it's very old with all the seats exposed to the elements. There were no modern revenue generating features like boxes, restaurants, and bars.
It was a multi-purpose stadium with a track around it but they ripped out the track and now the field looks weird because it's bordered by more field with the seats still far away as if the track was there.
I've included some images I found online.
The stadium belonged to the Madeira government until this year were they signed it over to us, the building cost are shared between us and the government 60% us/40% them, while the zebras stadium was completely founded by the government most of the people in the government are season ticket holders with the zebras, that’s why it has taken us a very long time to get something out of this zebra scum
In this last photo you can see the old changing rooms
as you can see we had a lot of room to build as we are not having a running track any more
Zebras stadium is in a very bad location in the middle of nowere were you find a lot of game gets postponed due to mist and fog.
and you can see we had a lot of room to build as we are not having a running track any more
I would like to say thank you for posting these updates on how the Barreiros is coming along. Living in the UK it's hard to know how work is developing. I searched online for a while until I found something like this so thank you verde-rubro.
It looks ready to hold the home game this weekend. I guess they will continue finishing the new part of the stadium, install seats and a roof and then demolish the main stand during the season