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Construction work on Tammela’s original football stadium began in the 1920s when the city decided it needed to meet the needs of its industrial growth.
Tammela Stadium was completed in 1931 and it quickly became the venue for many events. Known for its excellent atmosphere, the stadium is primarily used for hosting football matches and athletic meets.
As the years passed, Tammela Stadium became in need of renovation. In 2014, the multi-award winning firm of architects, JKMM, won the tender to rejuvenate not only the stadium but the other related constructions in the same vicinity. Their proposal was appropriately called Hattutemppu – or Hattrick as it translates. Pohjola Rakennus was chosen as the building contractor.
– UEFA category 4 (highest standard)
- Combined with over 100 apartments
– Underground parking
The new Tammela Stadium in Tampere will seat up to 8,000 people all year round and it will meet UEFA’s highest standard, Category 4, meaning it can host topflight international competitions. As well as providing an underground parking facility, Pohjola Rakennus is also building more than a hundred new homes in the two new apartment buildings: Vesta 33 apartments and Victoria 86 apartments.
The smallest apartments are 27.5m² and the largest 128m². The materials have been carefully chosen and of high quality. The selected home appliances are of superior Electrolux quality and the kitchens have large islands. The apartments’ balconies, floor-to-ceiling landscape windows, apartment-specific ventilation and underfloor heating will be sure to increase the quality of living.
The work is a unique entity in Finland, both architecturally and in terms of cityscape. Construction work began in the summer of 2021 and the first football match is scheduled to be played in 2023.
– Induction hobs
– Built-in microwaves
– Built-in refrigerators
– Built-in dishwashers
– Washing machines
Architects: JKMM Arkkitehdit Oy