Real Madrid will be home at last this Sunday when they finally return to their iconic - and new-look stadium, the Bernabeu.
The glamour boys of the Spanish game have been forced to play at the 6000-capacity Alfredo di Stefano stadium but a glorious return is just around the corner.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
There had been serious fears that Sunday's LaLiga clash with Celta Vigo would come too soon but a 'miraculous' round-the-clock effort from construction workers mean 30,000 lucky fans will see just how far building costs of £693.3million have gone.
The turf has been put in and even though it will not be finished, the Bernabeu will host Real Madrid against after a monumental construction effort
30,000 supporters will be allowed to watch the game due to Covid and building regulations
The finished product will be what Florentino Perez called the most 'spectacular' stadium
Only weeks ago the stadium looked a mess but Real Madrid will finally be returning to the Bernabeu for their LaLiga clash with Celta Vigo on Sunday night
Originally, 50,000 supporters were going to be allowed in but Covid restrictions have reduced that number. When finished, the venue will be able to hold 81,000.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
And although the Bernabeu is in a fit state to host matches again, there are still the finishing touches to be completed and the final nail should be hammered in by January next year.
The fact that the stadium is hosting a game on Sunday was described by Marca as a 'miracle' that had 'seemed impossible'.