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SFA Prefer Hampden To Murrayfield

11 September 2018

Scottish FA announced this week that Hampden in Glasgow is the preferred option to Murrayfield to host Scotland and major domestic football matches from 2020. The SFA have bought the stadium for £5m ...

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Cardiff Athletic Club Reject £17.5m WRU Bid

14 August 2018

A £17.5m bid from the Welsh Rugby Union to acquire Cardiff Arms Park has been rejected by Cardiff Athletic Club according to Wales Online. The management committee of Cardiff Athletic Club met this w...

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RDS Stand Development Approved

8 August 2018

The Royal Dublin Society (RDS) has secured the go-ahead from Dublin City Council for a new three-tier 6,481 capacity Anglesea Stand at the RDS ground. The RDS told the city council that the increased ...

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The Arms Park, Odsal And Newlands Rumoured To Be Changing Hands

8 August 2018

Iconic stadiums Cardiff Arms Park, Bradford's Odsal and Newlands in Cape Town are rumoured to be changing hands.  The Welsh Rugby Union are bidding to buy Cardiff Arms Park in an effort to maximise h...

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Groundworks Start On Stadium For Cornwall

7 August 2018

Local media reports that groundworks in readiness for the construction of the Stadium for Cornwall are due to begin next week. Preparatory works at the site, near Truro, are starting just four months ...

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Big Screen And Technology Investment At Ricoh Arena

23 July 2018

Installation of one of the largest LED screens in UK sport is underway at the Ricoh Arena as Wasps invest in new technology ahead of next season. At 188 square metres, the new screen, planned for the ...

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