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Populous complete new stand at the world's 'home of cricket'
Sports architecture practice Populous have completed the redevelopment of the Warner Stand at the world famous Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.
£4m training ground for Scottish Premiership club
Scottish Premiership football club Partick Thistle will end a 140-year wait for its own training ground by building a £4m (US$5.2m, €4.7m) complex in a yet-to-be-revealed location.
Each divot is replaced by hand and a race meet at Hamilton Park is planned at...
Racing manager Sulekha Varma explains how much work goes into planning an event at the racecourse.
Leamington FC stadium development plans approved
Southern Premier League football club Leamington FC has been given the go-ahead to build a 5,000-capacity stadium with a surrounding primary school, community hall and medical centre.
Newcastle anticipates economic boost after being selected to host European...
Newcastle will land a £17.4m (US$21.8m, €20.4m) windfall after being selected to host three European rugby union finals in May.
SALTEX 2017 leading the way in innovation
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
Everton agrees finance package for proposed stadium
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.
Three world governing bodies agree to sport surfaces protocols
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.
No more rubbish excuses over fly tipping
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.
Sadiq Khan eyes more ‘world-class’ sports venues and permanent NFL franchise...
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