Atletico Madrid has unveiled footage of their brand new stadium, the Wanda Metropolitano as they prepare to face Malaga in the first game at their new home ground on September 16.
Diego Simeone’s side have
so far played their domestic games away from home this campaign drawing 2-2 with Girona and defeating Las Palmas 5-1 in the early stages of La Liga.Also, Read; La Liga ask UEFA to investigate two clubs over FFP breach
The La Liga giant said goodbye to the Vicente Calderon Stadium last season and will move to a stadium which was initially designated to be used for Madrid’s 2016 Summer Olympic bid, which lost out to Rio De Janeiro.
The oval-shaped Metropolitano boasts a capacity of 67,703 and the Spanish club have released a time-lapse of the ground charting the construction and resurfacing process before unveiling the new stadium in its completed state.
The Spanish club took their Twitter handle again to give an insight into their stunning state of the art dressing rooms, which are furnished in black leather and incredible outer lighting in a what is a futuristic look.