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Footballtemple - Reinaldo Coddou: My favourite stadiums

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Reinaldo Coddou: My favourite stadiums

His work deals with the greatest emotions known to us - of pain and suffering, of hatred and love. He shows the gladiators of our time - and us, the audience, as it flows into the stadium, to feel itself, to become one with the great experience.

Reinaldo Coddous' stadiums are iconic sites - and each one has its own special charm.

Reinaldo Coddou H.

The legend

Bökelbergstadion, Mönchengladbach

Inside and out, Atlético Huracán’s 1948 stadium is a real eye catcher. Decorated in the team colours of red and white, the building’s timeless Art Deco architecture has led to it being called el palacio – the palace.

The Beautiful

Estadio Tomás A. Ducó, Buenos Aires

Inside and out, Atlético Huracán’s 1948 stadium is a real eye catcher. Decorated in the team colours of red and white, the building’s timeless Art Deco architecture has led to it being called el palacio – the palace.

The Quite

Camp Nou, Barcelona

It’s hard to believe how quite this stadium can be when the arch-rival team Real Madrid isn’t playing. Barça fans are notorious for their stoicism.

The Massive

Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund

With capacity for up to 25,000 fans, the stadium with Europe’s largest standing room is Borussia Dortmund’s trademark. Even the sight of the crowd is enough to make rival teams weak in the knees.

The Curvy

Stade Vélodrome, Marseille

A prime example of how to renovate an existing stadium. The new roof makes the crowds of singing fans of Olympique Marseille truly roar.

The Romantic

Sparkassen-Erzgebirgsstadion, Aue

There are few stadiums as beautiful as FC Erzgebirge Aue’s. Flanked by a verdant forest, it looks like a jewel even when it’s blowing snow.