If Barca ever leave the Nou Camp, then Emili Vidal’s waterfront masterpiece is the only place worthy of MSN.
Plans for this fantastic new 36,000 capacity ground on Horsea Island were cancelled due to the small matter of the Pompey getting relegated to League 2 and almost going out of business.
Everton clearly blew all their money on CGI fireworks as in 2003 the club announced it couldn’t afford the £193million Kings Dock project.
4 AC Milan
What could Silvio Berlusconi possibly see in these rooftop pleasure gardens?
5 Dinamo Zagreb
It’s probably best that the 55,000 Blue Volcano Stadium was canned. One of Dinamo’s league game only attracted 888 fans last season.
Did Gary Neville’s contract mean a delay in the shiny new stadium? Probably not. It’s been on the cards since 2007 and is still nowhere near being ready.
Weirdly, cost became an issue for the giant glass facade for the boxes on one side.
PROS: This alternative to Wembley is a 150,000-seater masterpiece.
CONS: HILLINGDON? WTF?!
The Osaka Ecological Stadium would have held the 2022 World Cup final. But Qatar.
10 You again, Japan!
Not even Japan can afford their spaceship Olympic stadium.
The 95,000 seater Grand Stade de Casablanca is proposed for the city’s two teams and the Moroccan national side.
Unlike the other stadiums on the list, the project is still set to go ahead, which is good because it looks awesome.
The bad news is the city council says it’s not a priority, which is the regional term for ‘never in a million years will this be built’.