Real Madrid have taken a page out of La Liga rivals Leganes’ books and are set to install video screens in the urinals of their swanky Santiago Bernabeu Stadium so that their ardent fans do not miss any minute of the action during the matches.
The step is the first in line of the £500m redevelopment of the stadium which will see big changes and more modern facilities being made available to the fans who attend the matches at the iconic cathedral of Real Madrid.
Real though will not be the first club to take such a measure as their La Liga rivals Leganes have already installed video screens in the urinals at the Estadio Municipal de Butarque.
Here is a picture of how the urinals at the Bernabeu will look after the video screens are installed:
The redevelopment of the Bernabeu won’t see an addition in the capacity of the stadium but will see many new modern amenities being provided at the venue, including a retractable roof and an increase in the VIP boxes.
Real Madrid hope that the renovation will begin at the end of the current year and will soon finish up, though there is no fixed deadline.
Other features will include an exterior metallic screen which will have a 360-degree screen and many other features. The complete overhaul of the stadium is likely to cost Madrid €400 million (£355 million).
Here is a video of how the Bernabeu will look after the overhaul: