Manchester United has hired architects to rebuild Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. So that the old Old Trafford Ground can be rebuilt. According to British media, Manchester United has hired two well-known architects for the reconstruction of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, so that they can prepare plans for the reconstruction of their old Old Trafford ground. Architects Populus and management consultants Legends International will jointly work on plans to upgrade the UK’s largest club stadium, with the aim of further enhancing capacity. The two architectural companies worked on the development of Tottenham’s 63,000-seat stadium, which opened in 2019.
Manchester United has hired architects to rebuild Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
A statement on United’s website said on Thursday that work on developing options for Old Trafford and studying their feasibility would begin immediately, with the aim of significantly enhancing the fan experience. Fans will be at the center of the process, beginning with a meeting between the consultants and the Manchester United Fans Advisory Board later this month. It was reported last month that the Premier League club was considering a number of options for rebuilding its 112-year-old home. One possibility was to build a brand new stadium, although this is the least likely option.
The three sides of the stadium have been expanded over the past three decades, but the Southstand remains a problem due to its proximity to the railway line, although new technology is believed to offer ways to solve the problem. It also acknowledged the need for modernization of all parts of the stadium, which currently has a capacity of 74,000. Manchester United are also trying to improve the training facilities for their players. Manchester also plans to launch an “expanded, state-of-the-art training facility” with an architecture and design firm.