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first_img 9. Valencia’s Mestalla (€327m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 12. Barcelona’s Nou Camp (€255m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 6. Real Madrid’s Bernabeu (€351m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 20 2. Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium (€567m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 20 20 1. Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium (€689m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 20 20 20 5. Tottenham’s White Hart Lane (€354m investment by 2015 – the original fixed asset cost) – Now demolished, to be replaced by Tottenham’s new stadium, which is being built at an estimated cost of £800m, and is scheduled to be ready for the 2018-19 season. 15. Sunderland’s Stadium of Light (€188m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 7. Lyon’s Parc OL (€338m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 20 Joint 18. Aston Villa’s Villa Park (€175m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 13. Schalke’s Veltins Arena (€231m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 14. Juventus’ Juventus Stadium (€ 197m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 20 20 11. Benfica’s Estadio da Luz (€261m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 8. Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge (€336m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 10. Borussia Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park (€296m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 3. Manchester United’s Old Trafford (€460m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 20 20 Joint 16. FC Copenhagen’s Parken (€183m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 20 Joint 16. Porto’s Estadio do Dragao (€183m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 20 20 Joint 18. Bayer Leverkusen’s Bay Arena (€175m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 20 Football stadiums have improved almost beyond recognition in the past decade.As Europe’s top football clubs rake in the cash, they’ve invested in new, modern arenas as well as updating traditional grounds.But who’s invested the most? We have the answer – at least, up to 2015, because that is the period covered by the latest UEFA European Club Footballing Landscape report.The fact it is based on the 2015 financial year probably explains the exclusion of Liverpool, whose Anfield stadium has been revamped since then, while it also explains why White Hart Lane is included. 20 20 20 4. Bayern Munich’s Allianz Arena (€425m investment – the original fixed asset cost) 20. CSKA Moscow’s Stadion CSKA (€172m investment – the original fixed asset cost). Click right to count down to number one – According to UEFA’s European Club Footballing Landscape report, which used figures from the 2015 financial year. 20 20last_img read more

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