Month: May 2019


Atalanta brings down Curva Nord as revamp work begins

Atalanta Bergamo new stadium

Italian Serie A football club Atalanta Bergamo recently unveiled the first stage of redevelopment plans for its Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia, according to media reports. As per the new details, the stadium’s capacity will be increased from 21,300 to 24,000 as part of a €40-million... » Read more


Feyenoord stadium adds new construction partners

Feyenoord Stadium update - May 2019

The De Nieuwe Ploeg consortium was selected as the construction team partner for the further development of the new Feyenoord stadium in Rotterdam, Dutch website Architectenweb reported. The report said De Nieuwe Ploeg will be joining the design team, which is working on the final design for the... » Read more


Wolves to install rail seats in entire stand

Wolverhampton Wanderers

English football club Wolverhampton Wanderers, also known as Wolves, have announced a plan to become the first club in the UK to install rail seats in an entire stand at their ground, according to multiple media reports. The seats will be fitted in Molineux’s Sir Jack Hayward Stand, making it... » Read more


QPR looks to build 30,000-capacity stadium

Queens Park Rangers (QPR) FC - May 2019 update

London-based Queens Park Rangers (QPR) FC is exploring the possibility of building a 30,000-capacity stadium on the site of the Linford Christie Athletics Stadium after being thwarted in its attempt to develop at Old Oak Common. According to media reports, the Championship football club wants to... » Read more


Leicester City committed to King Power expansion

Leicester City update May 2019

Leicester City Football Club went through a patch of uncertainty after the tragic death of owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha last October. The Thai billionaire was succeeded by his son, Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha, who promptly reassured fans that plans to expand the club’s home, the King Power... » Read more


UNLV, Caesars Entertainment partner on Vegas center

Blackfire Las Vegas

A Las Vegas casino company and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, say they’re partnering to create a teaching and practice space featuring a mock casino, hotel rooms, sports betting area and Esports arena, Associated Press news agency reported. Caesars Entertainment Corp. and the university... » Read more


Wimbledon reveals new £70m retractable roof on Court No 1

Wimbledon retractable roof on Court No 1

A new retractable roof was unveiled over Wimbledon’s No 1 court ahead of this summer’s competition. The new roof cost £70million and is identical to the one that has covered Centre Court since 2009. It was constructed by British company Sir Robert McAlpine over the course of three... » Read more


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