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Liverpool Unveils Redeveloped Anfield, Including 2,000-Capacity Carlsberg Dugout

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 29 / 16

Liverpool's longest standing partner, Carslberg, will take pride of place in the club's redeveloped Main Stand. The 2,000-capacity lounge will be called The Carlsberg Dugout. The lounge will become the largest at Anfield and spans the length of the redeveloped Main Stand. Giant Carlsberg b...

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