Stanley Park Update

Liverpool’s new stadium project put on hold

Construction to continue when economic situation improves

Liverpool’s new stadium. Maybe.

When Billy Bob Gillett and Hank Hicks took control of Liverpool in 2007, plans to move the club to a new 60,000-seater stadium in nearby Stanley Park were put on hiatus, so that an architect from [...]

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Stadia Debate

Revealed: The new stadium that puts Wembley to shame

We fawn over the new home of the Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys Stadium

The Dallas Cowboys’ brand new stadium hosted its first NFL game last Friday night, and hit the headlines thanks to an apparent flaw in its design. The HD screens that hang over the pitch are the [...]

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Vital Statistics

Which is the most popular league in the Europe? (Clue: it’s not the Premiership)

Germans boast the best gates in the world

No one is contesting the fact that the Premier League is the greatest in the world, but in terms of attendances it lags behind our friends in Germany. The average attendance in the Bundesliga is 42,000, compared to the Premier League’s 35,000. Elsewhere, Spain average just [...]

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Future Plans

Tottenham release images and details of new stadium

The Naming Rights Arena is starting to take shape

Tottenham’s new stadium

Tottenham first released official details of the proposed Northumberland Development Project last year, and have decided to whet our appetites with a few more pictures and details.

The 58,000 capacity stadium – which looks [...]

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Rugger Stadium

Twickenham proposed as a World Cup 2018 venue

The home of egg chasing could host international football

Twickenham Rugby Stadium

Twickenham – referred to as “Twickers” by those who own hampers and chinos – could be used as a World Cup 2018 venue, according to The Daily Mail. England’s 2018 World Cup bid [...]

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New Ground

Tottenham reveal the name of their new stadium

The Naming Rights Arena is nearly a reality

Tottenham’s nAMING rIGHTS aRENA

Last month, the official Tottenham website posted details on their new stadium, and they have now added some splendid 3-dimensional images of the structure to be built on the 20-acre Northumberland Development Project. [...]

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Boardroom Drama

Overweight man puts Everton’s stadium plans in jeopardy

Keith Wyness has mysteriously disappeared into the Mersey night

Keith Wyness

In December 2004, a few months after Chief Exec of Aberdeen FC Keith Wyness was poached by Everton, the blue side of Mersey reinvigorated their plans to leave Goodison Park for a 50,000 out-of-town stadium complex in Kirkby.


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