8 of the Best Stadium Concept Designs That Were Never Built

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So AC Milan and Inter have announced intentions to leave behind one of world football’s most iconic venues in San Siro in order to build a brand new stadium.
It’s undoubtedly a real shame, but needs must if these two are to move forward as clubs.
The club’s presented two concept designs for the new build recently, with one of the lead architects promising the finished arena will be ‘better than Tottenham’s’, as quoted by Football Italia.

One design – as seen above – features concentric rings around the stadium, while the other has designs elements based on the city of Milan’s famous Duomo cathedral and Galleria.
Still, as intriguing as they are, Inter and AC fans would be wise not to get too carried away just yet as concept designs are often rejigged, rehashed and altogether abandoned later on in the process.
And so, we present to you, the eight greatest football stadiums that were never built…
Portsmouth – Dockland Stadium
Back when Pompey were the big boys of Hampshire, winning FA Cups and playing in Europe and all sorts, they decided Fratton Park was too small for a club of their size.

Their solution? Build a stadium next to a naval base right on the coastline where unexploded World War II bombs are still found. Guess why this dream was never realised?

These constituents are quite magnificent.

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