Fenwick Iribarren Architects

The building aims to reflect the new values sought to be implemented in Serbian society, characterized by internationally recognizable uniqueness and high-quality design rooted in ecology and sustainability.

  • Client Serbia Government
  • Location Belgrade Serbia
  • Size 100.775M2
  • Spectators 52.000
  • Status Not Constructed

Fenwick Iribarren Architects was commissioned to develop the New National Stadium of Serbia in Belgrade. The stadium will be the driving force behind the development of a new district around the Sava and Danube rivers on the outskirts of the city.

It is located in the municipality of Sucrin, 13.5 km from the center of Belgrade and 5.4 km from Nikola Tesla Airport. With 4,500 parking spaces, the project will cover approximately 32 hectares, making it highly significant for the city’s future in the vicinity of the expo that will host Expo 2027.

The design envisions a circular stadium with a capacity of 52,000 spectators, meeting the requirements for hosting national team matches and major international UEFA/FIFA events from the outset. Its unique and original facade is composed of four “suspended rings” connected by cables that include garden areas.

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