EFL club AFC Wimbledon has released new renderings of its under-construction stadium as the club looks to return to its spiritual home back at Plough Lane in south London.
The new images give an exciting glimpse of how the stadium will look once completed.
The vibe is open plan and modern, with a main fans’ zone accessible to all supporters – no matter where they’re sat in the stadium. This is where everyone can congregate before, during and after the game.
The West Stand will have four floors/three tiers with media facilities and 12 glass-fronted executive boxes looking down on to the pitch.
The players’ tunnel will lead out from the centre of the stand, with the managers’ technical areas either side.
There will be food and drink concessions and a pub which will physically open up on match days and become an integral part of the fan zone. The pub will also open 7-days a week, which the local community can use during normal licensing hours.
The stadium will include the largest conferencing suite in the borough, capable of seating 500 guests and a museum charting the history of the club with tours available for the wider community.
The images have been produced by the project’s architects, KSS, who alongside Buckingham Contracting Group are proud to be working with AFC Wimbledon on the specifications for the stadium, which will be integrated in the wider Plough Lane development including new residential units, retail and commercial space.
Images courtesy of KSS