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Date: 3rd April 2017

Newcastle will land a £17.4m (US$21.8m, €20.4m) windfall after being selected to host three European rugby union finals in May.

Date: 30th March 2017

SALTEX 2017 continues to attract some of the sector’s biggest names ensuring that visitors can again expect to see an impressive line-up of world-class innovation for use by managers of pitch, grou

Date: 27th March 2017

Everton FC has moved a step closer to realising its ambition to build a new stadium after agreeing a financial package with the local authority.

Date: 27th March 2017

The world governing bodies of football, rugby and hockey have agreed to a set of protocols to “revolutionise” the way shared sports grounds are used.

Date: 20th March 2017

The cost and repercussions of fly tipping at a London Playing Fields Foundation (LPFF) site earlier this year is a valuable lesson for all playing field providers.

Date: 17th March 2017

London mayor Sadiq Khan has plans to make London the “sporting capital of the world”, highlighting an ambition to build more “world-class” sports venues and introduce a permanent American football

Date: 14th March 2017

League One football club Charlton Athletic has begun working on the second stage of its training ground development.

Date: 13th March 2017

NatWest CricketForce is a nationwide initiative aimed at cricket clubs. The programme is designed to bring clubs and communities closer, and ensure grounds are ready for the new season.

Date: 13th March 2017

Turf Maintenance LIVE! a unique turf care event with an emphasis on working demonstrations and up close inspection of the new season’s products returns for 2017.

Date: 1st March 2017

ECHA has evaluated the risk of substances in recycled rubber that is used on artificial sports pitches.

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