Spanish giants FC Barcelona have unveiled new designs on how they plan to upgrade the Camp Nou.
Click through the gallery above to see the designs for the future Camp Nou.
The Catalan giants are expected to play their home games at a different stadium for the next year as the club have planned renovations for the Camp Nou.
The LaLiga club announced on their website that the renovations are expected to start in 2022 if members approve the new financing, with renovations set to conclude in 2025.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta has revealed they are planning to increase the seating from 99 354 to 110,000 fans, which would maintain the Camp Nou's status as the biggest stadium in Europe.
"The project has become obsolete and we have made changes to the volumes. It has become more flexible. I got goosebumps when they presented it to me," Laporta was quoted as saying by the club's official website,.
"The third tier will be completely redone, perhaps the first as well. There will be room for 110,000 spectators, more boxes, VIP areas and hospitality."
Click through the gallery below to see the biggest stadiums in Africa!