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New Light On Blues' Arms Park Offer

13 February 2018

It turns out that the lease agreement Cardiff Blues were looking for from Cardiff Athletic Club, their landlords at Cardiff Arms Park, was merely a three-year option to fully formulate a development p...

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Cardiff Blues Threaten To Leave Arms Park

7 February 2018

Cardiff Blues have expressed their exasperation with being unable to come to a renewed lease agreement on Cardiff Arms Park that they have announced they will be looking for alternative home grounds f...

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Edinburgh Consider Developing New Stadium On Murrayfield Land

7 February 2018

Edinburgh Rugby is looking to build its own home in a new arena next to the BT Murrayfield stadium, Kieran Murray has revealed in The Scotsman. The club is exploring the possibility of constructing a ...

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Planning Permssion For Kingston Park Project

29 January 2018

Newcastle city councillors have approved planning for ambitious improvements to Kingston Park Stadium. Newcastle Rugby Ltd's plans include major development work to the North Stand which would increas...

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Wakefield Community Stadium Project Gets "Very Positive News"

11 December 2017

The community trust championing the re-development of Wakefield Trinity’s home ground Belle Vue are celebrating an application to further develop the site as a strong indication that the new stadium...

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5 More Years At Halton Stadium Present Opportunities For Widnes

6 December 2017

Widnes Vikings have signed a new five-year stadium tenancy extension with Halton Borough Council. This new deal has committed the club to their Halton Stadium home until 2022. The agreement offers the...

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