Bernabeu: Real Madrid release footage of impressive stadium renovations
The renovations being made to Real Madrid‘s iconic Santiago Bernabeu stadium are close to being finished.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side are yet to play a game on home soil this season in order to speed up the process and ultimately give their fans a better matchday experience.
Despite the fact they’ve been away from the Bernabeu thus far, Real Madrid have still picked up maximum points in La Liga.
The current Champions League holders recorded victories over Almeria, Celta Vigo and Espanyol, scoring an impressive nine goals in the process.
Real Madrid’s first home match of the 2022/23 campaign sees them take on Real Betis on Saturday and while work on the Bernabeu is not complete, supporters may start to see the impact of the high-profile renovations.
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One of the big changes coming to arguably the most iconic stadium in European football is the pitch removal system, which will be state-of-the-art and allow the ground to host multiple events – including music concerts and NFL games.
In fact, footage detailing how the ‘engineering masterpiece’ will work is so fascinating that it’s gone viral on Twitter.
Check out the hugely interesting video here…
Video: How the pitch removal system will work at the Bernabeu
The pitch removal system at Real Madrid's new stadium is an engineering masterpiece 🤯 pic.twitter.com/L29fIE9C9b— Joe Pompliano (@JoePompliano) August 29, 2022
Yeah, that’s absolutely incredible.
To add to the hype surrounding the revitalised Bernabeu, Real Madrid uploaded footage of the work being done on the iconic stadium from the view of a drone.
The video also prompted Manchester United legend Gary Neville to call out the owners of his beloved club on Twitter…
Video: Drone footage of the Bernabeu work
🏟️ ¡ESPECTACULAR! 🏟️— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadrid) August 29, 2022
🤩🎥 Así se ven las obras del Santiago Bernabéu a vista de dron. pic.twitter.com/DMGRSTwvnA
Gary Neville’s reaction
Old Trafford could certainly do with some Bernabeu-esque renovations, that’s for sure.