Vodafone Park

As a multi-purpose football stadium rather than a football-special stadium, many activities also could be hold at the Vodafone Park, such as large-size concerts, solo concerts, cultural and recreational activities. Vodafone Park was one of the super products of designer DB Architects. The fundamental infrastructure, modern sports system, illumination condition are fully consistent with the UEFA 4-category standards, which are the strictest standards among regulations on stadium infrastructure by UEFA.

Vodafone Park is a renowned football stadium of Turkey, locating in Istanbul, Turkey, with a capacity of 43,500 spectators. At the very beginning, the football stadium was built at the previous site of BJK İnönü Stadium. The football stadium is equipped with 144 executive suites, lounges, VIP parking lots and big restaurants. Spectators in the football stadium can enjoy Stadium Vision and high-speed Wi-Fi technology. The new football stadium was designed by a famous architecture.

Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium

Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium, simply known as Ülker Stadium, is a famous football stadium in Turkey, locating in Kadıköy, Istanbul, Turkey. It is the home football stadium of Fenerbahçe S.K. with a capacity of 47,834 spectators. After numerous renovation, improvement and inspection from UEFA, Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium was chose as stadium to host the 2009 UEFA Cup Final. In order to narrow the distance between stands and football pitch, all stands of Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium was demolished and reconstructed one by one. Compared with previous football stadium, the new football stadium allows all spectators enjoying competitions closer.

Besides expensive boxes and lodges at the stadium, it also equipped with other modern fundamental infrastructure. The most unique equipment in the stadium is LCD monitor behind every chair, allowing spectators grasping any scene clearly and easily. In general, the construction work of the football stadium cost 3,000 Ottoman gold pounds totally.