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Chelsea's Stamford Bridge Redevelopment Costs Rise To £1B

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 11 / 20 / 17

Chelsea "significantly increased the projected cost of redeveloping Stamford Bridge" to more than £1B ($1.32B), which would make it the most expensive stadium in Europe, according to Matt Hughes of the LONDON TIMES. The club has "yet to revea...

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The FA of Ireland confirmed League of Ireland Premier Division side Cork City's fixture with Derry City "will go ahead" Tuesday night at Turners Cross "despite the damage done to the stadium during Storm Ophelia " on Monday. The roof of the Derrynane Stand "came off after exceptionally strong win ...

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Tottenham's New Stadium Behind Schedule

Tottenham is "in a race against the clock" to complete its new stadium by the start of next season, according to Steve Bates of the London DAILY MIRROR. Club Chair Daniel Levy and Manager Mauricio Pochettino "were updated on progress during a tour of the 61,559-capacity arena on Friday." But th ...

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Footbridge To Boast 'Elaborate Design'

Western Australia Planning Minister Rita Saffioti said that the new Perth Stadium footbridge "will be just as big" as Sydney's "iconic" harbor bridge, according to Fran Nimrod of WA TODAY. Saffioti: "It is an elaborate design, and when you look at the size of it, as I understand, it's comparable to ...

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Tenants Lobby For Allianz Stadium Upgrades

The clubs and codes that use Allianz Stadium have "continued the lobbying of the state government" by drafting a letter urging NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian to "knock down and rebuild the venue with a minimum capacity of 35,000," according to Brent Read of THE AUSTRALIAN. As the state government ed ...

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HK To Delay Wan Chai Redevelopment

Hong Kong's track and field community on Wednesday "welcomed the government's decision to put the Wan Chai Sports Ground redevelopment plan on hold, although the future of the city facility remains unclear," according to Chan Kin-wa of the SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST. In her first policy address, Hong ...

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Leeds United In Talks For New Training Ground

Leeds City Council will discuss the possible construction of a new city-center training ground for League Championship side Leeds United "in a move which signals the club’s intention to move away" from its Thorp Arch base, according to Phil Hay of the YORKSHIRE EVENING POST. The council’ ...

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Sevilla Looking To Increase Capacity

La Liga side Sevilla is "considering three possibilities as it looks to increase the capacity of its Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium," according to MUNDO DEPORTIVO. The club is reportedly "weighing the possibility of constructing a third ring above the existing seats," which would ...

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Sydney Gov't To Decide Stadium Strategy

Sport and politics "are set to collide again this week amid suggestions the state government is ready to end more than a year of painful deliberating" and hand down a decision on its stadiums strategy, according to Brent Read of THE AUSTRALIAN. The stadiums issue "has been politicking at its be ...

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Lincoln City To Consider Safe Standing

League Two side Lincoln City Chair Bob Dorrian said that the club would consider having "safe standing" areas in its new stadium, according to Mark Whiley of LINCOLNSHIRE LIVE. The club is hoping to "move to a new home in the Beevor Street area of the city" within the next five years. The ...

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VRC Chair Unveils Plan For Second Track

A "bold" plan for a second racetrack at Flemington was unveiled by Victoria Racing Club Chair Amanda Elliott, according to Kim Wilson of the HERALD SUN. Building a second track would allow the VRC to host "­almost double the amount of race days it does now." Elliott said, "Let’s have a bi ...

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