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As new football stadiums rapidly develop across London and the UK, opportunities for architects and engineers continue to arise
With a wave of new football stadiums being completed or in progress across the UK and London the latest plans for Chelsea Football Club have been given the greenlight. Herzog & de Meuron’s planned new stadium has been recommended for approval by Hammersmith & Fulham Council with work potentially starting later this year.
Plans for the west London stadium were submitted in December 2015, proposing a three-tier, four-stand, bowl with a capacity of 60,000 compared with the current 41,837. The announcement comes as Tottenham Hotspur Football Club continue to build a 61,000 seat new home, designed by Populous, to the north of their current White Hart Lane ground and West Ham United settle into their new home at the converted Olympic Stadium in Stratford.
Both Chelsea and Tottenham’s new grounds have been positioned on or near their current homes after searches for