Real Madrid supporters eagerly anticipated the completion of the new Santiago Bernabeu, set for an official unveiling later this month (although delays may extend it to 2024). The stadium, in its near-final state, exudes magnificence and grandeur.
However, amidst the excitement, concerns have surfaced regarding certain accessibility features within the new structure. Paco Gonzalez, speaking on COPE’s Tiempo de Juego (as reported by MD), relayed the frustrations of his friends who are Real Madrid season ticket holders. Their discontent centers on the uncomfortably narrow design of the new seats, a stark contrast to stadiums like the Civitas Metropolitano, renowned for its notably wide seating arrangements.
Moreover, the introduction of new VIP boxes has led to a reduction in available toilet facilities, causing significant delays for supporters. Unfortunately for these disgruntled fans, changes to these aspects are unlikely to be implemented by Real Madrid, with some issues, such as the constraints on restroom facilities, deemed unalterable.