Question: Did Real Madrid rename their stadium?

Did Real Madrid change their stadium name?

listen)) is a football stadium in Madrid, Spain. With a current seating capacity of 81,044, it has been the home stadium of Real Madrid since its completion in 1947.

Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.

Full name Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
Former names Estadio Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (1947–1955)
Location Chamartín, Madrid, Spain

Why did Real Madrid change their stadium?

When Spain went into lockdown due to Covid-19 and it was clear that there would be no football with fans for the foreseeable future, Madrid decided to crack on with the renovations in order to ensure the project is ready in time for 2022.

What happened to Real Madrid stadium?

The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, home of Spanish giants Real Madrid, has caught fire amid a £500m redevelopment. Plumes of smoke were spotted at the home of Los Blancos as work continues on plans to revamp the famous 80,000 seater ground.

Did Real Madrid get a new stadium?

The Bernabéu is not expected to be fully finished until the end of 2022. Construction work is visible outside and inside the venue, which will get a retractable roof and a state-of-the-art video board.

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Why didnt Real Madrid play at the Bernabeu?

Why are Real Madrid not playing home games at the Bernabeu? Real have been given permission to play their home games in La Liga and the Champions League away from the Bernabeu to allow for the redevelopment of the stadium. A new £500 million development which includes a retractable roof being put on is in the works.

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