May 19, 2022

FILE PHOTO: An aerial view shows the construction site of Guangzhou Evergrande Soccer Stadium, a new stadium for Guangzhou FC, developed by China Evergrande Group, in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China September 26, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Suen

Evergrande Stadium Construction Proceeding as Planned

Construction on China Evergrande’s new stadium is progressing as planned, with steel installation having taken place. Construction of the first phase of this huge project began in May 2017 and was completed on time one year later. The venue will be able to hold 60,000 spectators at a sporting event or concert, and it has been designed to meet international standards for sports events.

The steel frame has now reached the height of three storeys and is continuing to rise. The stadium will be covered in a skin of perforated white aluminium, giving it an aesthetic appearance that complements the surrounding area.

Construction work outside the stadium is also advancing well with two training fields currently being built. As soon as they are ready, Guangzhou Evergrande will be able to begin training on its new pitch.

The Tianhe Sports Centre covers a total area of 720,000 square metres and so far includes a shopping mall, a five-star hotel and a business centre with a Grand Cinema. 31 January 2019 is the scheduled date for the completion of all the work on the venue, which will be ready for the 2019 AFC Champions League Final.

China Evergrande Group began its partnership with European manufacturer TAV Construction for this project in June 2016 and the contract includes a three-year maintenance service agreement. The stadium will also meet international standards on sustainability and energy efficiency.

The construction of China Evergrande’s new stadium is progressing as planned, with steel installation having taken place. Construction of the first phase of this huge project began in May 2017 and was completed on time one year later. The venue will be able to hold 60,000 spectators at a sporting event or concert, and it has been designed to meet international standards for sports events.

The steel frame has now reached the height of three storeys and is continuing to rise. The stadium will be covered in a skin of perforated white aluminium, giving it an aesthetic appearance that complements the surrounding area.

Construction work outside the stadium is also advancing well with two training fields currently being built. As soon as they are ready, Guangzhou Evergrande will be able to begin training on its new pitch.

The Tianhe Sports Centre covers a total area of 720,000 square metres and so far includes a shopping mall, a five-star hotel and a business centre with a Grand Cinema. 31 January 2019 is the scheduled date for the completion of all the work on the venue, which will be ready for the 2019 AFC Champions League Final.

China Evergrande Group began its partnership with European manufacturer TAV Construction for this project in June 2016 and the contract includes a three-year maintenance service agreement. The stadium will also meet international standards on sustainability and energy efficiency.

The construction of China Evergrande’s new stadium is progressing as planned, with steel installation having taken place. Construction of the first phase of this huge project began in May 2017 and was completed on time one year later. The venue will be able to hold 60,000 spectators at a sporting event or concert, and it has been designed to meet international standards for sports events.

The steel frame has now reached the height of three storeys and is continuing to rise. The stadium will be covered in a skin of perforated white aluminium, giving it an aesthetic appearance that complements the surrounding area.

Construction work outside the stadium is also advancing well with two training fields currently being built. As soon as they are ready, Guangzhou Evergrande will be able to begin training on its new pitch.

The Tianhe Sports Centre covers a total area of 720,000 square metres and so far includes a shopping mall, a five-star hotel and a business centre with a Grand Cinema. 31 January 2019 is the scheduled date for the completion of all the work on the venue, which will be ready for the 2019 AFC Champions League Final.

China Evergrande Group began its partnership with European manufacturer TAV Construction for this project in June 2016 and the contract includes a three-year maintenance service agreement. The stadium will also meet international standards on sustainability and energy efficiency.