IOG upgraded Professional Development Qualification in Turf Surface Management...
Fulfilling needs within the Pitch Grading Framework initiative, the IOG has completed the updated version of an IOG Professional Development Qualification in Turf Surface Management.
Careers in groundsmanship highlighted at Chelsea Flower Show
IOG head of member service, Karen Maxwell, joined Capel Manor College Sports Turf Academy manager Martin Stanton, apprentices James O’Sullivan and Timothy Stone and Ohio State Intern Amy Wilber - b
IOG Warm Season Grasses pilot a success
The IOG has trialled the new one-day introductory course on warm-season grasses at Edgbaston with attendees from Liverpool, Leicester City and Manchester City football clubs, in response to the inc
Summer Turfcare Demo Day at Trowbridge RFC
Trowbridge Rugby Club, in association with Fleet Line Markers and Ecosol Turfcare, is organising a demo day for sports pitch maintenance practitioners on Thursday 26 July.
Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium completed for Japan's Rugby World Cup,...
Construction is nearing completion on the only new stadium being built for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Kidderminster groundsman Chris Longmore is pitch perfect for third successive...
Kidderminster Cricket Club’s top groundsman has been presented with his hat-trick trophy for producing the best ground in the Birmingham and District Premier League for the third year running.
Breaking: Jennie Price to step down from Sport England
Jennie Price will leave her role as CEO of Sport England at the end of October, after 11 years at the helm.
Plant-covered stadium could host events at Paris 2024 Olympics
French architecture studio SCAU have won the design competition to create an Olympic stadium and leisure park in the suburbs of Paris, with their vision for a venue extensively covered by plants.
London Stadium to host Europe's first ever MLB game in 2019
The London Stadium will host two regular games between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox
New report shows UK parks and green spaces generate over £34 billion of benefits
Parks and green spaces across the United Kingdom provide people with over £34 billion of wellbeing benefits, a new report from the charity Fields in Trust has revealed.