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Sports venues world over pitch in to combat coronavirus

Stadiums used as hospitals combat coronavirus

The dreaded novel coronavirus is tightening its noose leaving 9, 81,258 people infected across the world and over 50,253 people have lost their lives so far globally. This is the second part of the series – ‘Stadium turning into hospitals to tackle COVID-19’. ‘The Coliseum’ carried out... » Read more


Minsk all set to get second national stadium

Belarus Minsk

Though they boast the multipurpose facility – Dinamo Stadium in Minsk – Belarus is all set to get a second national stadium which will be soccer-specific. And, in terms of capacity, it will be 50 percent bigger. Along plans that have been in the offing for nearly a decade, the new... » Read more


COVID-19 no hindrance to new municipal stadium work in Jena

Jena new stadium April 2020 update

Municipal authorities in Jena (Germany) signed on the dotted line just days before the final deadline on March, which will witness a new 15,000-plus capacity municipal stadium coming up by late 2023. Work is likely to begin in September this year irrespective of the coronavirus situation. The Jena... » Read more


Deutsche Bank Park new name of ‘Die Adler’ home ground

Deutsche Bank Park

Frankfurt-based global multinational and investment bank and financial services company Deutsche Bank will replace fellow German financial services company Commerzbank as the stadium naming rights partner of Bundesliga football club Eintracht Frankfurt. This announcement was made on Wednesday. With... » Read more


‘The Eagles’ set to fly high with Bromley Council nod

Crystal Palace FC Academy

Plans to develop the Crystal Palace Academy in UK – a football club academy which develops talented young footballers in the age bracket of 8 to 18 yrs – into a Category 1 site have been backed by Bromley Council’s planning committee thus auguring a new era for the club. Crystal Palace... » Read more


San Diego State University stadium dreams to get realized

San Diego State University - Aztec Stadium

San Diego State University – a public research university in San Diego, California – has got the financing and board approval needed to build its proposed 35,000-capacity football stadium in Mission Valley, meaning the school is in a position to start construction as soon as it buys the... » Read more


Tokyo 2020 Olympics hold off causing ripple effect

Tokyo 2020 additional costs

Tokyo 2020 head honcho Toshiro Muto acknowledged recently that owing to the rescheduling of the Summer Olympic Games to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the organizers are facing “massive” additional costs in securing the facilities where the events will be held in the future. The Tokyo... » Read more


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