The Stadium boasts a capacity of 35,000 for these World Athletics Championships before being downsized to 15,000. Once the temporary upper tier is dismantled, the Stadium will reveal a circular plateau, capable of accommodating publicly accessible leisure areas. Post-event, the Stadium is earmarked to transform into the primary competition venue and training hub for Hungarian athletics. The plan envisions the facility providing a significant impetus not solely to competitive sports, but also to recreational and youth activities. Budapest residents and students will discover training tracks, running paths, street workout zones, and various other sports and leisure prospects. Completing the renovation, a pedestrian and bicycle cable bridge adjacent to the Stadium connects the northern tip of Csepel Island, forming a link to the new Athletics Training Centre.
Conceived with a balance of utility and aesthetics, the Budapest Athletics Stadium showcases a contemporary and streamlined architectural design. The steel façade, adorned with a unique stretched cable structure, defines the layout of this grand arena. Its prominent A-shaped front columns, joined by diagonal elements to shape an aesthetically pleasing truss, ascend to a striking height of approximately 34 meters.