Featured Story

Ronnie Lott Optimistic About Working Stadium Deal For Current Coliseum Site In Oakland

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 05 / 16

Pro Football HOFer Ronnie Lott "remains optimistic" that he and his Raiders stadium group can "manage to wrestle down a workable deal" on the current  Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum property , according to Mark Purdy of the SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. Lott also thinks the NFL "will be supporti...

Read More

Tags: Facilities, Oakland Raiders

More Stories

08/25/97
MINNESOTA GOV. CARLSON SAYS IT'S TIME TO "FISH OR CUT BAIT"

MN Gov. Arne Carlson said Friday that he is considering a "highly unusual pitch" to a joint session of the Legislature as he embarks on a "rejuvenated campaign" for a new Twins ballpark, according to

Tags: Facilities, Minnesota Twins

08/25/97
IS OAKLAND COLISEUM TURNING TAIWANESE WITH UMAX DEAL?

The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum would become the Umax Coliseum under a proposal to sell naming rights to the Taiwanese high-tech company for $19M over ten years, according to Rick DelVecchio of th

Tags: Facilities, Oakland Athletics, Oakland Raiders

08/25/97
L.A. ARENA DEVELOPERS SAY DELAY MAY LEAD THEM ELSEWHERE

NHL Kings Owners Philip Anschutz and Edward Roski, developers of the proposed L.A. downtown sports arena, "warned" that if City Council approval of the project is delayed beyond September, the Kings "

Tags: AEG, Facilities, Los Angeles Kings

08/22/97
OAKLAND COLISEUM CLOSE TO DEAL WITH UMAX ON NAMING RIGHTS?

The city of Oakland, Alameda County and the Raiders "have been negotiating" with Tiawanese high-tech company UMAX Data Systems about a possible naming rights deal at Oakland Coliseum, according to Ren

Tags: Facilities, Oakland Raiders, PepsiCo, Reebok

08/22/97
CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER PUTS BENGALS STADIUM AT $605M

Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati "will ultimately cost taxpayers" more than $605M, including financing and a $350M price tag for construction and land acquisition, according to Don Monk in a CINCINNAT

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati Reds, Facilities

08/22/97
STADIUM BOARD FAVORS NEW STADIUM FOR BRONCOS OVER RENOVATION

In Denver, the stadium board unanimously rejected renovation of Mile High Stadium yesterday in favor of a new home for the Broncos, according to Ann Imse of the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. Residents of the s

Tags: Denver Broncos, Facilities

08/22/97
MILLER PARK LEASE PLAN GETS FINAL STAMP OF APPROVAL

In Milwaukee, the stadium board completed its financing plan for the Brewers'' new ballpark by adopting a "long- discussed proposal" to lease $45M worth of equipment, according to Kenneth Lamke of the

Tags: Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers

08/22/97
STADIUM NOTES

The Rose Bowl''s $22.5M renovation includes the refurbishing of the locker rooms and press interview rooms as well as the installation of new matrix scoreboards, restrooms and thin-profile, theater-ty

Tags: Facilities

08/22/97
DALLAS STILL CONFIDENT ARENA DEAL CAN BE REACHED WITH MAVS

Dallas officials "downplayed" discussions between Mavericks officials and other cities about a new arena and predicted yesterday that the talks will "ultimately" lead the Mavs and the Stars to reach a

Tags: Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, Facilities

08/22/97
L.A. TIMES REPORTS KINGS OWNERS WILL SWEETEN POT FOR ARENA

NHL Kings Owners Edward Roski and Philip Anschutz, the developers of L.A.''s proposed new downtown arena, "have decided to sweeten their proposed deal" by guaranteeing repayment of all $70M in bonded

Tags: AEG, Facilities, Los Angeles Kings

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug