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Brno Unveils Plans To Lease Za Luzankami Stadium To Czech Club Zbrojovka

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 02 / 15

The city authorities of Brno, Czch Republic unveiled plans to lease the Za Luzankami stadium to Verime Zbrojovce, a supporters' association led by former footballer Petr Svancara, and, in the long-term, "finance a project" worth some CZK 1.5B ($62.6M) to overhaul the stadium for Czech football club ...

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