January 12 News Arsenal released the behind-the-scenes footage of the renovation of the Emirates Stadium.
Earlier, according to the “Daily Telegraph” report, the Arsenal club plans to renovate the Emirates Stadium, which is expected to cost millions of pounds.
The Emirates Stadium was put into use in July 2006. In recent years, there have been problems such as roof leakage. Arsenal Club also wants to replace and upgrade the big screen and other facilities of the stadium through this renovation, and seek to replace them.
Team crest and banner in the home stand area.
In addition, eight artworks that will be placed in the Emirates Stadium were also unveiled on Wednesday. Ian White, Edu and other team celebrities, as well as current players Odegaard and others attended the unveiling ceremony.
The eight works of art were led by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller with the participation of Reuben Dangoor and David Rudnick, and are all about the legacy and history of the club’s former players, team culture and the Islington community where Arsenal are based
Arsenal CEO Vinai Venkatesham said: “These eight pieces of art are an amazing project for the Islington community and the many Arsenal fans around the world. We really couldn’t have achieved this without everyone working together.
The project is a result of passion and dedication to this work. My sincere thanks to everyone involved in making this unique effort possible. We started with a blank canvas that we hope can capture and express the deep history,
The values and progress of the community and reflect the present and future of the team. This project brings together our fans, community, legends and staff. It is a true celebration of belonging to the Islington community, sponsored by Arsen
Designed for big families.”