‘Megastadios de Europa’, the documentary that shows the stages of the European Championship

On the occasion of the celebration of Euro 2021, which begins on June 11, the television channel ODISEA, produced by AMC Networks International, premieres on Thursday, May 20, from 10:30 p.m., ‘Megastadios de Europa ‘, a documentary series that reveals the architectural secrets of the twelve stadiums that will serve as the setting for the macro sports event. Majestic and ambitious constructions that hide surprising functionalities and futuristic lines.

For the first time since its inception, the 2021 Eurocup will not have a defined venue, but will be held in a multi-venue format, in which each of the host countries will offer a stadium to be able to enjoy the event across the continent. All these scenarios are the embodiment of the ingenuity of its architects, who did not hesitate to resort to solutions as daring as implanting a 315-meter-long arch, innovative retractable ceilings, facades made up of thousands of luminous panels or removable playgrounds.

ODISEA travels throughout Europe throughout the six episodes to understand the engineering challenges involved in the construction of the twelve mega-stadiums for Euro 2021: Wembley (London), San Mamés (Bilbao), Krestovsky (Saint Petersburg), Puskás Aréna (Budapest), Aviva (Dublin), Hampden Park (Glasgow), Allianz Arena (Munich), Amsterdam Arena (Holland), Parken Stadion (Copenhagen) and the Olympic Stadiums of Bucharest, Rome and Baku.