Budapest, June 26 (MTI) – The new Puskas Ferenc Stadium in Budapest is expected to be built from 90-100 billion forints in three years starting in 2015, government commissioner Laszlo Vigh said on Thursday.
“We targeted the price of the stadium to total 3-4,000 euros per seat, so in the current phase of planning, the total price is estimated at 90-100 billion forints,” he told commercial channel Sport TV. As a matter of comparison, he said the cost of Espanyol’s stadium opened in 2009 was only 1,450 euros per seat but Wembley and the Warsaw stadium cost around 11,000 euros per seat.
In line with current plans, the new stadium will have a capacity of 65,000 and the venue will have facilities to cater for 21 different types of sporting activities, he said.
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