This new project to enhance the club’s image calls for a total investment of 15 million euros and includes a mini-stadium with capacity for 2,000 spectators.
Real Valladolid has submitted to the City Council the preliminary project for the expansion of the sports city, which was currently made up of the José Zorrilla stadium and its attached fields. This initiative will involve an investment of around 15 million euros and the construction of a mini-stadium with capacity for 2,000 spectators, two new pitches and various buildings that can be used by the youth academy and club employees. It is planned that the expansion of the entire sports city reaches 40,000 square meters, becoming one of the most important sports complexes in Spain.
The construction of the mini stadium is designed to host the games of the Real Valladolid promises and the training sessions of the first team. It will be the center of the sports city and will give more fans the opportunity to attend these sessions. In turn, it will have a building that the lower categories can also enjoy and that will have an administrative part. In addition, the new Customer Service office will be located here.
The club will renovate all the facilities and provide them with a higher quality, from the team’s locker rooms or the referees, to the access tunnel to the field of play or the area of authorities. In addition, the western area of the stadium will include the press gallery, television platforms, radio booths and toilets for the public. The expansion of the parking area and the inclusion of a dock for buses is also planned.
This project will mean growth at all levels, not only for the club, but also for the city of Valladolid and for the Real Valladolid International Academy, which will now be able to offer its players a larger training space and facilities that are unique in Europe.
This project will mean growth at all levels, not only for the club, but also for the city of Valladolid.