Florentino Pérez seeks NFL games at the Bernabéu

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Florentino Pérez, president of the Real Madrid, is looking for the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium to host NFL games.

According to El Confidencial, the manager of the merengue team will seek to have professional football duels in the venue that is currently undergoing renovations.

“Like the Tottenham field, which has a retractable synthetic surface located under the natural grass field that is used for NFL games, the new Bernabéu will also be prepared to host these types of events,” revealed the aforementioned media. .

The idea of ​​the manager is also to host events beyond soccer, special situations, all to generate income that helps pay the cost of remodeling the property in Chamartín.

“On Sunday, November 16, 1958, the Real Madrid stadium hosted a meeting of this sport. To ensure the full, it was played after Real Madrid-Valencia (3-0). It is true that the teams were not professionals, but from two US Air Force bases in Europe. Specifically, the Togers from Toul (France) and the Tacooners from Giebelstadt (Germany) ”, added El Confidencial.

Currently, the works continue after almost a year at the Santiago Bernabéu. Real Madrid play their games at the Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium.

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