Twenty-first century Santiago Bernabéu in progress
Following the first year of redevelopment work, the transformation of the madridistas' stadium is now apparent.
Here is what the new Santiago Bernabéu will look like
Structure of new towers on Paseo de la Castellana now visible
The towers will provide support for the new roof and and access point for supporters.
Former roof dismantled
The north and south stands were the first sections to be dismantled.
Progress being made on new underground car park
It is located on the site of the former shopping centre.
Demolition of adjoining building on calle Padre Damián
This side of the stadium has also seen changes made to the towers for the construction of two new roof supports.
Florentino Pérez: “The new 21st century Santiago Bernabéu will be the setting for the excitement that Real Madrid has in store for the future”
“An avant-garde venue that will be iconic within Madrid, that satisfies the current demands of the club members and that allows us to increase the club’s income to continue to lead the way”, said the president at the Extraordinary General Assembly 2018.
The Santiago Bernabéu of the 21st century
"The Santiago Bernabéu of the 21st century will continue to be the setting that generates emotions which will leave their mark on Real Madrid's future", declared Florentino Pérez.
Florentino Pérez: "The Santiago Bernabéu will be the best stadium in the world"
"It will become an avant-garde and universal icon, one of the great future projects for Real Madrid", the president said.
Real Madrid C. F. sign collaboration agreement relating to labour risk prevention with UGT and Comisiones Obreras in relation to Santiago Bernabéu redevelopment
This agreement will see the launch of a technical prevention consultancy service made up of specialists technicians from the union organisations.
'La Esquina del Bernabéu' undergoes the first phase of the Santiago Bernabéu renovation process
There will be a private plaza for public use in its place.
Enrique Sánchez, secretary of the Real Madrid Board of Directors and Eduardo García, a lawyer from Clifford Chance, signed the stadium renovation financing agreement.