Russian side FC Krasnodar have unveiled their incredible new stadium which notably features one of the largest TV screens you are likely to ever see.
The stadium was unveiled on Sunday as it played host to a friendly between the Russian national team and Costa Rica, showing off it’s stunning visual display to good effect with a seven-goal thriller! Check out the video below.
— FCKrasnodar (@FCKrasnodar) October 9, 2016
The screen will be used to team line-ups as well as goal animations to light up the stadium during the game, surely making this one of the most revolutionary stadiums in world football currently.
Though, with its brilliant visuals, the stadium only holds just over 34,000 people and will not be used as Russia holds the 2018 FIFA World Cup after the country opted for the Sochi Olympic stadium over Krasnodar’s new home.
We’re sure the clubs fans won’t be too disappointed, though, with their new home sure to set the world alight and intimidate their opponents.
No doubt clubs will look to follow in the footsteps of FC Krasnodar with many high profile clubs looking towards new stadiums in the next ten years. West Ham have also submitted plans to house a screen that will cover the outside of their new home, the London Stadium.