This morning, a new video and website were produced for the upcoming Europa Point Stadium, set for completion in 2016.
The video, which is 13 minutes long, features interviews with members of the GFA, the national team, the team behind the architectural side of the stadium, and Chief Minister Fabian Picardo. It also gives us brief glimpses as to what the stadium may look like, through clips where the designers of the ground are using modelling software to design the ground.
By the looks of things, the new ground will, as expected, have four stands instead of the two at the Victoria, much in line with most modern football grounds in Europe. It will also contain restaurants, alongside other amenities to serve the community, and could host concerts ranging from the annual Jazz Festival to international music acts. One potential use of the ground could be for the Gibraltar Music Festival, which in 2016 would be in its fifth year. There are brief mentions of other sports perhaps being able to use the ground as well, which could potentially be a relief to sports such as cricket and rugby, whose facilities on the Rock are severely limited.
A new website is also in construction, and will likely be managed in a similar way to the Team 54 campaign website, which was used in the run up to the UEFA vote in May 2013.