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Shrewsbury Town Crowdfunds £65,000 To Pay For Safe Standing Area

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 18 / 17

League One side Shrewsbury Town is set to become the "first English club to introduce safe standing" at its ground after a crowdfunding campaign raised £65,000 ($85,700) to pay for alterations at New Meadow stadium, according to Martha Kelner of the London GUARDIAN. More than 1,000 fans donate...

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