Hungarian Side MTK Budapest CEO Says Club Plans To Build $28 Million Stadium
Hungarian side MTK Budapest CEO Tamas Deutsch said that the club is planning to spend 6.5B forint ($28M) on building a new stadium, according to Jaroslaw Adamowski of INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL. Construction works at the stadium "are scheduled to be completed" by '20. The new facility "will have a 5,000 seating capacity." MTK's Hidegkuti Nándor stadium "has a total capacity of 12,700, including 5,700 seats." Modernization works at the facility "were launched in 1995." Last year, the Hungarian government announced the launch of a 40B forint government program "to modernize and expand 27 Hungarian football stadiums by 2016." The program "has been developed in cooperation with the Hungarian Football Federation" (INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL, 4/28).