The stadium story began some 40 years ago - on 5 April 1965 to be precise.
After four long years of discussing the expansion and modernisation of the somewhat outdated "Rote Erde" arena, the city’s Central and Financial Committee "took note of the suggestion not to expand the Rote Erde stadium, but instead to build a new football stadium by incorporating the two western practice fields and the small surface area occupied by the air bath".
The new tier, if passed by Haringey Council, and built, would hold 9,275.The fact that the outlay for Borussia’s enormous arena almost crippled the club financially is another matter entirely – and one which was fortunately resolved at the end of May 2006. dating chat gratis Gribskov The venue located on Strobelallee – known as “the temple” by fans and regularly dubbed “the most beautiful stadium in the country” by the press, professionals and VIPS alike – has been one of the largest and most comfortable stadia in Europe since the third expansion phase was completed.Tottenham Hotspur confirmed on their official website that planning application for a new 56,000-seat stadium has been submitted to Haringey Council.The club outlined the main features of the proposed development with the following bullet points: • Inclusion of new 63 row single-tier stand responds to Club desire to create the most atmospheric stadium in Europe • Planning application lodged with Haringey Council for a world-class stadium, public square, hotel, supermarket, homes and space for the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation • Delivered on the current site and adjacent land, ending concerns about a move out of the Borough with no need for even a temporary move during construction • Major investment into North Tottenham to provide a huge boost to the area • A flagship for the wider regeneration of the area As the first bullet reveals, the ground’s design incorporates a single-tier stand – like The Kop at Anfield.
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That’s great news for Spurs fans – I’m a big fan of single-tier stands, as they really do allow fans to feel like part of a whole section of fans (multi-tiered stands fragment fans), not to mention offering a great view of the pitch.The new stadium, which will probably be named after a big-money sponsor (hey, I like ‘Naming Rights Stadium’) – like Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium – will be built adjacent to White Hart Lane, where the team will continue to play during construction.Even Anfield's Spion Kop, which originally had a capacity of 28,000, was only licensed to hold 16,480 (less than the Holte's 19,210) in the more safety-conscious post-Hillsborough era. This is still thought to be the largest single-tier seating capacity in Europe and on a big European night the decibel-level, as results have shown, is either awe-inspiring, or intimidating, depending which colour shirt you are wearing. The Anfield Kop is not, though, the most impressive 'end' in Europe.The sceptic might suggest that Tottenham's sudden decision to incorporate a single-tier bank into the design for their new stadium, which the club revealed last night, followed the realisation that the ground was in danger being known as Emirates-lite.
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In most other respects the planned successor to White Hart Lane does bear a notable resemblance to its slightly larger neighbour. Not only does it increase the architectural variety of the new wave of stadia but it should also create an atmosphere frequently absent in the modern arena.Once most grounds had a Spion Kop, a bank of terracing which rose up behind the goal housing the most vociferous fans, and those most tolerant to the 'yellow river' which usually ran down it.Many still do, albeit now with seating and modern facilities, but of the great traditional Kops only those at Anfield and Hillsborough remain.To be precise, the history of the SIGNAL IDUNA PARK dates back to the year 1961.It was then that the Sporting Committee first discussed the expansion of the "Rote Erde Arena".