Manchester City has big (and expensive) plans with Etihad Stadium: expansion to more than 60,000 seats, with hotel and museum

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Manchester City are working on an expansion of the Etihad Stadium. The English top club wants to expand its football temple, where Kevin De Bruyne lavishly throws assists, to more than 60,000 places. An application has also been submitted for a hotel, a museum and other facilities.

Vincent Van GenechtenBron: BELGIAN

City’s plans provide for around 7,000 extra seats by expanding the north stand with an extra ring. In addition, the club wants to build a new covered fan zone with a new club shop, a museum and a hotel with room for 400 beds. It is hoped that this will attract visitors to the new Co-op Live Arena with 23,500 seats that will be planted near the stadium today.

According to City, the works will take about three years and are part of an investment plan of 300 million pounds (340 million euros).

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