FC Utrecht is in the process of negotiations to have its own stadium and have to buy it. The Domstedelingen are thinking in the long term cheaper, to have been due to the Galgenwaard stadium in a private trust.
FC Utrecht is paying at this time for 1.4 million euros a year in rent for the stadium is in use. Owner Frans van Seumeren would like to be rid of it and confirms that on Wednesday, just before VI in the club and, therefore, the line is busy at the Galgenwaard stadium on buying.
“If we want to buy it, we would have to rent it to ourselves to pay it, and that is, of course, is good. However, it is complicated, because we not only have the stadium will be able to buy. It is also going to have office space and a parking garage.”
In the Galgenwaard stadium, with a seating capacity of 23.750 people in the world’s top ten biggest stadiums in the Premier league, has for many years been the property of the company, Memid Galgenwaard stadium. By the end of 2015 joined FC Utrecht, a new multi-year partnership with the stadioneigenaar.
The city presented in september, another concept plan, which aims for a sports campus in the area, which is in the Galgenwaard stadium, training complex Zoudenbalch, hockey, and football Compound, and a swimming pool Krommerijn face.
“The idea is to have a free upgrade to a large campus for sports, skills development, and recreational and sporting activities,” says Van Seumeren, was founded in 2008, the owner of the football club Utrecht, the netherlands. “We as a club than to have a central role to play.”