Stadium building is an important aspect of being a Top Eleven football manager. Sometimes it’s overlooked due to how demanding team maintenance can be and because building a structure takes a few days at a time. Today, we want to give you an overview of what some of the building options are.

First off, the actual Stadium can be upgraded to increase its capacity. There are five levels of stadiums and the higher the level, the larger the spectator capacity is. This means more ticket sales and more money with each home game. Seating can also be upgraded on its own, additionally increasing stadium capacity.

The Pitch reflects terrain quality. The better the quality, the lower the chance your players will get hurt while playing in a home match. Each upgrade decreases the chance of getting hurt by a certain amount.

Finally, in order to be able to supply the needs of your fans and visitors, you need to supply quality lighting and a scoreboard during a match. Without these, you won’t be able to fully upgrade your stadium.

In the next article, we’ll look over individual structures that are in addition to your stadium, rather than just a part of it.

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