Stadiums in Istanbul
Stadiums in Istanbul
Turk Telekom Arena
This stadium, which was built under the leadership of architect Mete Arat, is located in Sarıyer. The transverse axis of the stadium, whose base is designed as an ellipse, is 190 meters and its length is 228 meters. The tribunes of Turk Telekom Stadium with a capacity of 52,650 people consist of 4 floors. It is the stadium with the largest VIP area in Turkey with a total of 198 boxes and more than 4,500 VIP seats. It is the first and only stadium in Turkey that meets the 2016 UEFA criteria. It has the distinction of being the largest stadium in Turkey after Atatürk Olympic Stadium. The VIP lounges, located in the middle of the east and west tribunes, offer areas where VIP combined owners can socialize while enjoying food and drink. In addition, the majority of the 2nd and 3rd floors of the stadium are equipped with buffets and tables that can be used by VIP seats and box owners along the corridor. The restaurant with a capacity of 350 people which is located on the floor of the Turk Telekom Arena Stadium North Tribune has a special tribune completely reserved for its guests. A total of 176 seats are reserved for disabled guests and their companions in the stadium. There are VIP car parks for 2,900 vehicles under the stadium. There are 6 GS Stores inside Turk Telekom Stadium.
Fenerbahce Sukru Saracoglu Stadium
Fenerbahce Sukru Saracoglu Stadium, which is the most advanced version, with a seating capacity of 50,530, entered the service of our fans in April 2006. It is the 4th largest football stadium in Turkey. It is easily accessible due to its location. At the same time, the stadium, which also includes Fenerium Stores, Fenerbahçe Museum, Migros Store, and Doğus Group showrooms, is a frequent destination for fans from many regions of Turkey every day. There are fully equipped medical rooms, referee room, UEFA room, match representative room, doping room, coordination room, football player, and referee health room in the area. There are resting and working areas for 200 people on the press tribune floor. There are cafes, pubs, and restaurants in the tribune, which draws attention with its marble floor and glass walls, opening on two floors and having a capacity of 5,000 fans. The capacity of this stadium, which is rectangular in shape, is 47,834. The grass field size is 105x68 meters and is natural grass. Under the Marathon tribune, there is the Fenerbahce Museum and a large Fenerium store.
Vodafone Park is Turkey's First Smart Stadium, unlike many other stadiums. The smart stadium infrastructure has been a part of the architectural project since the beginning and the entire architecture has been designed accordingly. There are high-bandwidth Wi-Fi, 2G, 3G, and 4.5G network connections to meet the needs of 50 thousand visitors. Fans can follow the important positions and match statistics of the match from more than 700 interactive screens and more than 2200 in-seat screens located at different points and managed from a single center. Vodafone Park, the only stadium in the world with the visibility of the Bosphorus, has adapted to the environment with its unique architecture and technical features and has become the texture of Istanbul. Located in such a location, Vodafone Park was built as a multi-purpose city complex that will serve Istanbul not only as a stadium but also as an entertainment center, concert arena, living space, and fashion center.
3 important stadiums that should be discovered before you leave is in I Am Istanbul!
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