Your average stadium wasn't built in a day. Just ask the bozos...sorry, builders, behind Wembley. On second thoughts don't, the answer might be delayed a couple of years. But if you reckon you could do better, now is your chance to prove it.
Old Trafford Construction Kit
Stadico™ is an incredibly realistic stadium construction system, and it's ideal for DIY-loving football freaks everywhere. Fully licensed by the clubs in question, each stadium features near professional quality architectural design. The level of detail is truly astonishing. You can almost hear the roar of the crowd and smell the heady aroma of hot dogs. All you've got to do is assemble it - and that's the fun part.
Stadico™ stadiums (or 'stadia' if all you pedants prefer) consists of over 2000 modular blocks. Made from precision injection-moulded plastic, each piece has been designed using the latest Computer Aided Design (CAD) techniques. We're not entirely sure what that means but the end result is one of the most impressive facsimiles of a stadium we've ever seen.
Old Trafford dug out
Assuming you're not a complete building blockhead, assembling your stadium should take around 20 hours. Intimidating? Maybe, but it's only equivalent to two
sickies or a leisurely weekend ('Of course I'm not watching Match of the Day, dear, I'm doing some DIY'). Besides, the satisfaction you'll feel when your stadium is finished will more than compensate for being fired/chucked.
Stadico™ consist of over 2000 modular blocks
All you've got to do is assemble it - and that's the fun part
When complete your monument of mass entertainment will measure an imposing 820x650x210mm and weigh a whopping 7kg. It's guaranteed to impress wherever you choose to display it. In fact a completed Stadico™ kit is so full of wow-factor it wouldn't look out of place in a team museum or a Russian oligarch's office. The only thing you have to decide is whether to build Stamford Bridge or Old Trafford. Apparently there's been a delay with Wembley - now there's a surprise.
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