Early Houston Stadium Renderings

Early Houston Stadium Renderings

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On February 4, 2009
  • 8 Comments
  • Houston Stadium, Stadium Talk

Being in Texas sometimes means I get access to things Houston and Dallas related a little quicker. A buddy down south gave me word earlier today that a TV station in Houston would have renderings of the new Dynamo stadium in their evening broadcast.

Sure enough they came through on their word.

Below are two snapshots I got out of the video, which can be seen here.

Its a bit early in what the stadium will actually look like but it sure beats not having a deal at all.

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  • joel es latest socce

    I have friends in Houston so I will be checking out the new stadium when it is ready

  • I have friends in Houston so I will be checking out the new stadium when it is ready

  • VICvik

    The stadium looks like the one from Miami where Miami Barcelona wants to play, except i guess with a roof. In this world of copy cats or i can do better after you do something on the good way, not the bad of way of jealousy. You guys get me…………. Houston can do better, dont design a stadium for football but for soccer, YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.

  • VICvik

    The stadium looks like the one from Miami where Miami Barcelona wants to play, except i guess with a roof. In this world of copy cats or i can do better after you do something on the good way, not the bad of way of jealousy. You guys get me…………. Houston can do better, dont design a stadium for football but for soccer, YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.

  • Humpherys

    Don't build a 20-21k stadium, build a 30-31k stadium. You already get 30k out to your games at the University of Houston. With a stadium downtown, you'll have a huge demand for the 30k seats.

  • Humpherys

    Don’t build a 20-21k stadium, build a 30-31k stadium. You already get 30k out to your games at the University of Houston. With a stadium downtown, you’ll have a huge demand for the 30k seats.

  • Jon

    They don't get 30,000 a game attendance, in fact they have only hit the 30,000 mark 5 times;<br />
    30,972 [11/10/07] HOU. vs. K.C.<br />
    30,588 [10/07/07] HOU. vs. L.A.<br />
    30,361 [10/18/08] HOU. vs. L.A.<br />
    30,088 [11/02/07] HOU. vs. DAL.<br />
    30,053 [11/09/08] HOU. vs. N.Y.<br />
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    A 20,000 – 21,000 capacity stadium would be ideal as the average a little over 17,000 fans a regular season game. There is no greater atmosphere killer than looking out at 13,000+ empty seats. Granted those seats would be filled in playoff situations, but 1-4 games in a 30+ game season doesn't warrant the cost and upkeep of the other 10,000 seats. A cheaper solution would be a few standing room areas in which some seats may be added to accommodate a larger playoff attendance.

  • Jon

    They don’t get 30,000 a game attendance, in fact they have only hit the 30,000 mark 5 times;
    30,972 [11/10/07] HOU. vs. K.C.
    30,588 [10/07/07] HOU. vs. L.A.
    30,361 [10/18/08] HOU. vs. L.A.
    30,088 [11/02/07] HOU. vs. DAL.
    30,053 [11/09/08] HOU. vs. N.Y.

    A 20,000 – 21,000 capacity stadium would be ideal as the average a little over 17,000 fans a regular season game. There is no greater atmosphere killer than looking out at 13,000+ empty seats. Granted those seats would be filled in playoff situations, but 1-4 games in a 30+ game season doesn’t warrant the cost and upkeep of the other 10,000 seats. A cheaper solution would be a few standing room areas in which some seats may be added to accommodate a larger playoff attendance.