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SBD Global/August 23, 2012/Facilities
The Football Association Offers Grants To Clubs From The Lower Tiers Of The League Pyramid
Published August 23, 2012
SIX DIGITS: In Manchester, Mike Keegan noted that the National Football Museum in Manchester "has attracted more visitors in six weeks than it did in a whole year" at its previous home in Preston. They are hoping to attract 350,000 punters to the £8.5M ($13.5M) venue in its first year and said that the figures show they are on target (MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS, 8/21). The National Football Museum was celebrating Tuesday as visitor number 100,000 came through the turnstile of the new Manchester attraction (National Football Museum).