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New Spurs stadium walk-through video

Spurs stadium walk-through video

What will Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium look like on the inside? The club has released this video that takes a walk through the concourses and out to the bowl.

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Minnesota United FC’s Allianz Field update

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With the countdown to the opening of Allianz Field in 2019, this video shows off the latest state of Minnesota United FC’s new home.

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Latest renovation update at the LA Coliseum

LA Coliseum Update Part 2

The LA Coliseum is getting ready for football. Watch as the home of the University of Southern California is fitting eight temporary press boxes and installing nearly 10,000 new seats for the south side of the iconic stadium.

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Cleveland Browns looking for new home

Just a few weeks removed from picking up potential future stars at the NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns are reportedly eyeing a new future home stadium for team and are exploring the options of either renovating a downtown development or building an entirely new facility.

The news came from ESPN, where Browns owner Dee Haslam revealed the team has been conducting a study along with Cleveland State University about a potential move that looks at the development of some of the city’s under used areas.

“I don’t know that we’re ready to start the conversation, but we are ready to get all the information we can about what’s possible,” Haslam told ESPN.

“I think it’s really important to find out what’s possible. There could be a lot of great ideas that we might not be able to do because it’s not feasible for one reason or another.

“I don’t want to get the cart before the horse until we’re knowledgeable enough to know, because we’re not informed enough to know right now. But we do know that we have a desire to make a bigger impact on the future of Cleveland.”

But fans shouldn’t get too excited or worried just yet. The FirstEnergy Stadium, which was built in 1999 and recently had a US$125m renovation, will still be the home of the Browns until 2029 as the team will play through their lease.

Planning ahead of this the team will be keen to assess what options it has, whether that’s another renovation and re-lease of its current stadium or a new build that incorporates a totally new design such as a roof to keep out harsh Ohio winters.

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May 9, 2018

Written by James Billington


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