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Stamford Bridge expansion: New views inside Chelsea's £500 million stadium released in video

Computer scientist and Chelsea season ticket holder Neil Vano's latest video features new renders and is getting fans very, very excited

A new video showing what the new 60,000-seat Chelsea FC stadium could look like by day and night has been released.

It features a series of renders created by Stamford Bridge season ticket holder and computer scientist Neil Vano.

He is the whizz behind other images and videos of the proposed £500 million stadium which have got excited Chelsea fans chomping at the bits.

Among the highlights of the new video are contrasting day and night shots from the same vantage point.

Youtuber Mr Vano told getwestlondon : “It’s a lot of different views from around the stadium at both night time and in the day. About half the images are old ones, but all of the day time ones are new.

“I wanted to get the same view from day time to night time.”

And to illustrate he is a man of many talents, the latest video features Mr Vano on the piano playing a slowed down version of Liquidator - the song played over the Tannoy as the players come out before each match at Chelsea ahead of Blue Is The Colour.

Chelsea's vision for the new Stamford Bridge(Image: Herzog & de Meuron/Chelsea FC)

The club was given planning permission to build its new stadium in January.

And on March 6 London Mayor Sadiq Khan gave the deal the green light .

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