Month: April 2020


Ashton Gate Stadium doing yeoman task

Mark Kelley interview - Bristol Sports/Ashton Gate Stadium

The outbreak of COVID-19 worldwide is bound to have long-lasting effects on the sports and entertainment industries. Looking at the current situation of coronavirus worldwide – 3,013,803 cases globally and the death count having crossed the 2 lakh mark – 207,894 – nobody knows exactly when... » Read more


COVID-19 spoils Amex Stadium plans

Brighton and Hove Albion stadium

Brighton and Hove Albion had plans to further expand the American Express Community Stadium in Brighton, United Kingdom. However, all their ambitious plans as regards the venue have been put on the backburner with coronavirus taking the whole world by storm. The American Express Community Stadium... » Read more


Oval Hotel set to open in September 2020

Adelaide Oval Hotel

Adelaide Oval will manage on its own a 138-room premium boutique hotel presently under construction around its eastern façade, and the opening date has been scheduled for September 2020 in time for cricket and summer events. Adelaide Oval is a sports ground in Adelaide, South Australia, located in... » Read more


NHL plans to restart season off the table

NHL update April 2020

According to multiple reports, the National Hockey League (NHL) has abandoned its plans to restart the season at neutral sites. The National Hockey League is a professional ice hockey league in North America, currently comprising 31 teams: 24 in the United States and seven in Canada. Facilities in... » Read more


India throws hat into 2027 AFC Asian Cup ring

India to bid for hosting Asian Cup 2027

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) having extended the deadline for bids from March 31st to June 30th this year in the wake of COVID-19 taking on a monstrous form, India has thrown its hat into the ring – it has formally submitted its bid to host the 2027 AFC Asian Cup. The All India Football... » Read more


Feyenoord City project feels COVID-19 heat

Feyenoord new stadium update April 2020

The Feyenoord City project is almost in the doldrums and the €1 billion project could theoretically collapse over the ongoing pandemic. Should that be the case, a new proposal is in the offing on how the old De Kuip could be reinvented. Feyenoord City is an urban development project in the Dutch... » Read more


Stadiums to the fore as COVID-19 storm on

Stadiums as hospitals part V

COVID-19 has come as the biggest bane in 2020 and it continues to create chaos worldwide with coronavirus cases having crossed the 3 million mark world over and the virus has claimed more than 2 lakh lives globally. The fatal respiratory disease continues to spread its tentacles around the world... » Read more


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