Month: June 2017

AFC Wimbledon move step closer to Plough Lane return

AFC Wimbledon

AFC Wimbledon have moved a step closer to a return to their historical home of Plough Lane after the Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport decided against listing Wimbledon Stadium. The League One club announced on June 22 that they had the good news passed onto them by Historic...
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Venezia FC sets eye on brand new 25,000-seater stadium

Venezia FC_new stadium

With Venezia FC just a step away from Italy’s top league following its recent jump from the 3rd league to Serie B, the Venice club has already set its eyes on a brand new stadium and a training centre. According to media reports, the preferred location for the new 25,000-seater stadium is...
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Southend United plans new state-of-the-art 21,000-seater stadium

Southend United stadium

Southend United is set to get a new state-of-the-art stadium. Plans for the new Blues 21,000-seater stadium were lodged in April and registered last week, but have only recently been made available publicly on Southend Council’s website, owing to their vast size. The plans confirm the 18,516...
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Hungarian city Szombathely building new stadium with indoor arena

Szonmbathely new stadium

The Hungarian city of Szombathely will soon get a brand new stadium with an indoor arena. The work on the project is moving at a swift pace according to the information circulated by local company Vasidrón légifotó-videó. This time last year there was only a partial outline of the stadium in...
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Huddersfield’s John Smith’s Stadium will soon have a ski slope


It’s not just English Premier League promotion that’s going on in the West Yorkshire town of Huddersfield this year. The town’s John Smith’s Stadium is expected to be encircled by a massive leisure complex by 2020, including a modern ski slope. While Huddersfield Town FC have risen to their...
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