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VIDEO: New stadium in Osijek taking shape as construction continues

Work on the new stadium continues (Photo: NK Osijek)

OSIJEK, 8 April 2020 – Despite the coronavirus pandemic, construction on the new impressive football stadium being built at Pampas in the eastern Croatian city of Osijek is continuing. 

All precautions are being taken as work continues on NK Osijek’s new stadium and camp which will be the most luxurious football stadium in the country when it is complete. 

Seating taking shape (Photo: NK Osijek)

Workers have been working through (Photo: NK Osijek)

The new stadium is located in Pampas (Photo: NK Osijek)

Boxes in the West Stand will include beds, saunas, and jacuzzis, whilst the adjoining camp will have a hotel, seven heated pitches and entertainment facilities for players.

The stadium will be the most luxurious in the country (Photo: NK Osijek)

Good weather during winter has been favourable (Photo: NK Osijek)

The stadium will have a capacity of 15,000 max (Photo: NK Osijek)

Boxes in the West Stand will include beds, saunas, and jacuzzis (Photo: NK Osijek)

The stadium will have a capacity of 12,900 which will be able to be extended to 15,000 and will be the first all-covered stadium in the country.

The adjoining camp will have a hotel and seven heated pitches (Photo: NK Osijek)

Stadium taking shape (Photo: NK Osijek)

The stadium and camp are costing around 40 million euros to build. The Croatian Football Federation has supported the project to the tune of 1 million euros and has said that the national team will play at the stadium which is being built in line with ‘European and world trends’.

Around 40 million euros has been invested (Photo: NK Osijek)

The stadium will be complete in months (Photo: NK Osijek)

Seating area being constructed (Photo: NK Osijek)

Artist’s impression of the stadium and camp (Photo: NK Osijek)

The stadium and camp are expected to be completed by the end of 2020 or in early 2021.

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