A computer scientist and Stamford bridge season ticket holder has released new images of what he thinks the new Chelsea stadium could look like.

Neil Vanos’ three renders capture the inside of the new 60,000-seat stadium, which was given planning permission by Hammersmith and Fulham Council in January.

On Monday (March 6), London Mayor Sadiq Khan gave his approval of the £500 million development.

The West Stand in the new stadium, according to Neil Vano's render

To mark the latest landmark in the Chelsea’s journey to a new stadium, Mr Vano created three new computer images of the stadium.

They feature a stunning and sweeping view of the East Stand, taken from the bottom corner of the West Stand and Matthew Harding Stand.

The latest renders of the new Stamford bridge stadium, created by computer scientist and Chelsea fanatic Neil Vano, showing the East Stand from the corner of the West Stand and Matthew Harding Stand

Other images feature the West Stand, and include the players’ entrance tunnel and the media and press seats above it.

The stadium is designed by Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron , who created the Beijing Olympic Bird’s Nest Stadium, and is inspired by Westminster Cathedral.

Neil Vano's render showing the players entrance, with the media and press seats above

Since plans for the new stadium were revealed Mr Vano has created a series images based on the information available, as well as virtual yours of inside the stadium (see video above) .

His designs are also available to view on his YouTube page .

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