Otto’s collaboration with architect Gunther Behnisch on Munich’s Olympic Stadium was his most well-known project but what will its legacy be?
Major League Soccer (MLS) kicks off its 20th season this weekend with a new group of international stars set to grace its stadiums. As David Villa, Kaka, Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard take to the field, a growing international audience will be tuning in to matches played in North American stadia. What can they expect from our soccer stadium experience?
Back in November 2009 I had the pleasure of watching local Rio club Fluminense play at the historic Maracanã Stadium. The experience was electric to say the least, like no other venue I’ve visited. See the slideshow here
Stunning video from the Xfinity Center at the University of Maryland College Park. The wardrobe change at 0:40 is genius.
Today we begin a regular series highlighting the latest, craziest and/or most outlandish from the world of stadium news. For our first Newsday post, Stadiafile was recently invited to participate in a roundtable blog discussion by the good people at Death of the Pressbox. We reacted to the latest hairbrained scheme to build a $1.7 billion shared stadium for the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders in Carson, CA. Read the roundtable