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Melbourne Stadiums Could Take Airport-Style Security Measures

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 26 / 17

Airport-style body scanners "will be installed at Melbourne's major sports stadiums in a new bid to thwart terrorism," according to Buttler, Hurley & Hosking of the Melbourne HERALD SUN. The walk-through weapons ­detectors will be introduced at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Etihad Stadium and AA...

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Plans are "advancing for  artificial surf breaks  in suburban  Sydney ,  Melbourne  and  Perth  using a Spanish design called  The Cove  that has won over Australia’s ­national surf coach Andy King." The baseball-diamond shaped “wave gardens&r ...

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Dublin City Council To Seek $20.8M

Dublin City Council said that it will "make a submission to the Government shortly" for funding for a €20M ($20.8M) redevelopment of Dalymount Park, according to Olivia Kelly of the IRISH TIMES. The council, which bought the Phibsborough sports ground in '15 from League of Ireland Premier Divis ...

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AFL To Deliver 2022 World Cup Stadium

U.K.-based sports specialist AFL Architects "is to deliver Foster + Partners’ designs for the centrepiece stadium for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar," according to Richard Waite of the ARCHITECTS' JOURNAL. The practice, which has offices in Manchester, Birmingham, London and Doha, is "workin ...

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Tottenham Dir Touts New Stadium

Tottenham Dir Donna-Maria Cullen believes "the club's new home will have a better atmosphere than Arsenal's Emirates Stadium," according to Tom Dutton of the London EVENING STANDARD. The club will move into its new 61,000-capacity ground at the be ...

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Atlético Madrid Receives Green Light

The "change in ownership" of the land containing Atlético Madrid's new stadium "has finally passed through the local government system," allowing the club to play at its new home starting next season, according to the EFE. Delays "persisted over the transfer of rights for the publi ...

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Mercedes-Benz Extends Shanghai Rights

Mercedes-Benz extended its partnership with AEG and Oriental Pearl Group for the naming rights of Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai until '25 -- an additional five years beyond the existing 10-year naming rights deal negotiated by arena operator AEG, which started in '11. On Dec. 30, Mercedes-Benz Are ...

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WC Construction Workers To Get Relief

Migrant workers building football stadiums in Qatar's desert heat are "to be given 'cooling' hard hats to reduce their body temperature and risk of suffering heat stroke," according to Tom Finn of REUTERS. Scientists at Qatar University "designed the solar-powered hard hats to improve conditions" fo ...

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Fiorentina Submits Plans For New Stadium

Serie A side Fiorentina "submitted plans for a new stadium to the city council," and hopes to play games there in '21, according to FOOTBALL ITALIA. The team is one of "a number of Italian clubs looking to construct new arenas, following in the footsteps of Juventus, Sassuolo and Udinese." Italian b ...

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Tottenham Yet To Commit To Wembley

EPL side Tottenham Hotspur has "yet to commit to playing at Wembley Stadium next season, raising the possibility that they could remain at White Hart Lane for a further year," according to ESPN.com. In May, the club announced a deal to use Wembley for this season's European fixtures, "which included ...

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Krestovsky Stadium To Host Match In April

The "first match to be played at St. Petersburg's World Cup stadium, Krestovsky, will be between Russian Premier League club Zenit St. Petersburg and Ekaterinburg side FC Ural in April," according to RT. The match between the two will be part of the 24th round of Russian Premier League '16-17 matche ...

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