He handed over the necessary documents to the Minister of Development, Public Works and Administration, Sheki Attila, who will start the reconstruction work through the National Investment Corporation.
“Today we are writing the history of the Dynamo Club, and I am delighted that the Minister of Development, Sheki Attila, our partner in this project, is with us. I will officially hand over the decision of the Dynamo Sports Club, which embarks on the construction of the multifunctional arena for the Dynamo Sports Club. Otherwise, we are laying the foundation stone for a great project. Done. With investments, Romanian sport needs constant investments.The fact that the stadium will soon be taken over by the National Investment Company is a step in maintaining performance, but it is also a testament that when there is goodwill and will, things can move things along.We have a great responsibility towards future generations, which is to provide The opportunity for young athletes to assert themselves in optimal conditions.I strongly believe that the new generation has the ability to promote national values, including sports traditions.We also owe it to ourselves to inculcate in the younger generations solid values that support success, hard work, seriousness, ambition, and, dare I say patriotism. Mr. Shecke, the ball is in your court as we await the opening of the new Dynamo Stadium. Lucien Budd said, I invite you to hand me the file.
He ruled out the possibility of delaying the start of business, noting that there were no longer legal problems: it was a lawsuit, but now all these things do not exist. In addition to the decision, it also delivered the design subject, and also delivered a city planning certificate, and all the necessary documents to the Ministry of Development through the National Investment Company to start demolition and construction procedures. We estimate that in 2024 the new stadium with a capacity of about 25,000 seats will be ready. This is the wish of the Creator.”
Development Minister Atilla Ceki said that rebuilding the Dynamo stadium would be a priority for CNI.
“It is an honor for me to be together today, it is an important moment for you and for the whole country. Two countries are testing me, responsibility and competence. We understand the need and obligation to give Dinamo Sporting Club a modern stadium for the 21st century. The Romanian state, through the Ministry of Development, which is The main construction, in recent years of providing sports infrastructure in this country, which continues today with the stadium Dinamo.After Targo Jiu and Craiova, last year delivered the stadium Arcole de Triomphe and Steaua, this year it delivered the Rapid Stadium. Rest assured that the Dynamo stadium is being built and it will be It is a priority for the Ministry of Development, which has a strong mandate for this, and the government will support this investment financially.”
The president of CS Dynamo, Ionoch Buba, stated that the stadium will be equipped with 10 sports halls, two of which will be multifunctional.
“We have 10 rooms here, two of which are multifunctional for sports, handball, volleyball and basketball, respectively for individual sports, but they can be useful for many disciplines. There are separate rooms for each discipline. We made this decision to make the space more efficient. , adapting to European trends and taking advantage of these benefits under the stadium We used the European Handball Champions League trips as a mentor to visit the stadiums We went to Barcelona, Porto and Paris and saw how they are organized, how many staff they have and the costs they incur with the arenas and we were able to get an idea in terms of quality, price and efficiency After submitting the documents, all aspects related to the design are up to NIC. Of course with our approval. We said exactly what we wanted, we said exactly what the stadium would contain. We would also have a helipad. So that the SMURD helicopters do not land on the track, but on the field and directly reach the hospital,” Buba said.
The Dinamo stadium was excluded from the list of four stadiums that had to be rebuilt in the capital so that Romania could stage four matches in the European Football Championship in 2020 (which took place in 2021), due to legal disputes with the company of the former shareholder. Dynamo, Nikolai Badi.
During 2020, it was decided that the site for the new Dynamo stadium would be at the current track, located behind the sports complex at Şoseaua Ştefan cel Mare.