Month: April 2019


Saudi Arabia grants $1bn to build Iraq ‘sports city’

Iraq Sports City

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz has granted $1 billion to Iraq to build a new sports city and open four consulates, according to media reports. The announcement followed the arrival in Baghdad of a delegation led by Saudi Trade Minister Majid Al Kassabi for the second meeting of the...
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Eintracht Frankfurt under one roof

Eintracht Frankfurt Headquarters

German sports club Eintracht Frankfurt has secured planning permission for the club’s new first-team campus and offices recently, according to a media statement on the club’s official website. The concept, devised by Eintracht and architects AS+P Albert Speer + Partner GmbH, was established...
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AFL, Kennedy enter partnership for China games

AFL in China

Australia’s leading luxury retail brand, Kennedy, recently announced its partnership of the Australian Football League’s (AFL) China game and operations until at least the end of the 2021 season, according to a media release on AFL’s official website. The partnership will establish...
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AS Monaco launches ‘Legends Skyboxes’

AS Monaco Skyboxes

AS Monaco recently revealed the details its impressive ‘Legends Skyboxes’ at the Louis II stadium. The new corporate boxes form part of major modernization plans that ASM unveiled earlier in the year. The corporate boxes will be equipped with the latest technology and will be launched this...
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GMHBA is now Australia’s first sensory inclusive stadium

GMHBA Stadium

The Geelong Cats home ground at GMHBA Stadium, run by the Kardinia Park Stadium Trust, has become Australia’s first sensory inclusive stadium, according to a ministryofsport.com.au report. The Trust has partnered with the Geelong Cats and US non-profit organisation, KultureCity, to provide an...
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Nashville’s MLS stadium will be biggest in U.S.

Nashville SC

Nashville’s new soccer stadium, the new updates for which were revealed by Soccer Club CEO Ian Ayre in March, is designed to be the biggest soccer-specific stadium in the country. The opening of the 30,000-capacity stadium, which was previously hoped for a debut in 2021, was also pushed back...
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Sacramento seeks MLS franchise with new stadium plans

Sacramento Republic

The Sacramento City Council voted unanimously on April 1 to approve the terms for a $252 million soccer stadium, a move that will help the Sacramento Republic FC and the city meet the requirements for a Major League Soccer (MLS) expansion award. This plan will only come to fruition if the MLS...
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