ACS “invades” the United States by building stadiums and sports venues

ACSThis is done through its subsidiary company Turnerwill be part of the consortium that will build the new stadium for the Tennessee Titans football team, a project whose investment is expected to reach approximately 2,000 million euros. The company headed by Florentino Pérez has become one of the leading developers of large sports stadiums in the United States..

In fact, Turner has been involved in the construction or renovation of at least 19 major sports stadiums in the United States. Some of them are world reference, as it were Madison Square Garden.

Turner built this venue in 1962, and it's one of the most historic venues in the world of sports (and entertainment: it's hosted concerts by both Frank Sinatra and Justin Bieber). In 2013 the construction company carried out a complete renovation of this infrastructure.

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It is also the work of Turner Yankee Stadium New York, which was completed in 2009. The ACS subsidiary has already embarked on a new sports project in The Big Apple. This will be the first stadium dedicated to soccer (real soccer, without variations) in the capital.

Commissioned by New York Football Club, it is expected to cost €710 million, seat 25,000 people, and be operational for the season starting in 2027.


However, the work that stands out most in Turner's later years is… Sofia Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers. It is the largest stadium among all teams participating in the NFL, with a capacity of 70,000 spectators. Its cost? About 4.5 billion euros.

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Al-Sufi will be one of the stadiums that will host the World Cup, which will be held in 2026 in the United States, Mexico and Canada. In reality, At least five of the 11 venues that will host the competition in the United States are the work of the ACS subsidiary: Arrowhead Stadium (in Kansas), Levi's (in San Francisco), Lincoln Financial Field (in Philadelphia) and Lumen Field (in Seattle).

Simulation of the Intuit Dome, the Los Angeles Clippers' new pavilion


On the other side, The NBA is also part of Turner's scope of work. Golden 1 Center, in Sacramento, is home Kings. On the other hand, in the absence of final touches, Intuit Domein Inglewood, will be the wing that houses the Los Angeles Clippers.

The scope of the ACS subsidiary also extends to motorsport. Specifically through Kansas HighwayIt is a circuit where races are held in the famous NASCAR category, and is one of the most commercial races in the United States.

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