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AS Roma Reaches Stadium Deal With Mayor, City Officials

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 27 / 17

Serie A side AS Roma "struck a deal with city officials over building a new stadium in the Italian capital, opening the way for a project meant to boost" the club's revenue, according to Agnieszka Flak of REUTERS. The 52,500-seat Stadio Della Roma, to be built in the city's southwest, was originally...

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Feroz Shah Kotla May Lose T20 Matches

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Tigres UANL To Build New Stadium

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Headingley Development Plans Revealed

New proposals for the redevelopment of the Headingley Stadium "have been revealed," according to the BBC. The Leeds site is "home to rugby league side Leeds Rhinos, rugby union side Yorkshire Carnegie and Yorkshire County Cricket Club." Plans "include a new South Stand on the rugby ground and a new ...

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Lowland Football League side East Kilbride captain Barry Russell "hopes the fiasco over the venue for Kilby's Scottish Cup clash with Celtic can help them seal a move to a new stadium." The club was told last week that "New Douglas Park would host the Scottish Cup fifth round tie." But the venue for ...

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Stadium Mangers Want To Monetize Fans

The Royal Television Society held a talk on Stadium Management and Technology with the premise of "using technology to enhance the fans' match-day experience and learning how stadium managers 'monetize' those fans," according to SPORT TECHIE. Not so long back, the "only technology in grounds was a c ...

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Paris To Build New Sports Venue

The city of Paris will build a new venue “with at least 7,000 seats close to the AccorHotels Arena,” according to L’ÉQUIPE. The new building “will be built in the Parc de Bercy.” City of Paris Assistant to the Mayor for Sport & Tourism Jean-François Ma ...

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Monza Negotiating Race Fee With Ecclestone

Monza race organizers and F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone are "still negotiating over the fee for a new Italian grand prix contract," according to GRAND PRIX. It appeared the "risk the historic race could fall off the calendar had subsided, after a controversial law preventing the Italian automobile club ( ...

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Appeal Due On West Ham Deal From LLDC

An appeal "against the decision to release full details of West Ham's Olympic Stadium deal is due to be heard in London on Monday," according to Frank Keogh of the BBC. Stadium bosses, the London Legacy Development Corp., have spent about £17,000 ($24,230) "fighting a ruling that the contract ...

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Tokyo Stadium To Be Completed Early

The IOC said that the new stadium for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games "will be completed two months earlier than planned to allow organizers time to stage more test before the games," according to Jim Armstrong of the AP. Japanese organizers told IOC VP John Coates during a two-day IOC "project review" ...

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Red Bull Founder Buys Salzburgring

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