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£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.
Southend United groundsman, Ken Hare, reaches settlement with club
Prospect, the union that represents football officials, cricket umpires, grounds staff and other sports professionals, has reached a mutually acceptable agreement for Southend United’s groundsman,
Derby County FC groundsman Nathan Scarff receives the Brian Clough Award 2017
Congratulations to Derby County FC groundsman Nathan Scarff, who was presented with the Brian Clough Award at the club's End of Season Awards Dinner earlier this week.
London Stadium set for ‘festival of cricket’ weekend at 2019 World Cup
The London Stadium is moving closer to hosting two matches over a weekend in the 2019 World Cup, creating what the England and Wales Cricket Board hopes will be a record-breaking festival of cricke
Relegated Swindon Town looks to the future with training ground plan
Recently relegated League One football club Swindon Town has secured a site with the intention of building a new training centre.
Nominations now open for 2017 IOG Industry Awards
Nominations are now open, with 22 awards recognising the passion, dedication and challenges faced by grounds staff – include a series of new and ‘refreshed’ categories.
EFL: Grounds team of the season award winners announced for 2016/17
The EFL has announced the winners of the Grounds Team of the Season award for 2016/17 in each of the three divisions.
Value of golf tourism to Scotland surges to £286m
Golf tourism in Scotland has grown by 30 per cent over the last decade, netting the nation £286m per year.
IOG Young Board members visit the ‘gardeners’ of Paris
The Young IOG Board recently gained an interesting insight into groundsmanship in France, writes Young Board vice chair and groundsman at Tottenham Hotspur FC Anthony Facey