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It was taken in March 2018: Exeter City The Club have commenced with the building of a new 1,600 capacity stand, which is replacing the former old Grandstand that had stood since 1926. Although fairly standard looking, it is going to be much larger than the present Grandstand and will afford better spectator facilities and better views of the playing action as it is supporting pillar free.Like its predecessor though it will not run the full length of the pitch, due to the very close proximity of a railway line, running behind this side of the ground.Thirdly those that are on the radar (a bit further off in terms of time, but may well happen) and lastly those where its anyone's guess if the proposals will actually come to fruition.If you know of any others or can give me updates on those below then please e-mail me: [email protected] Stanley The Club have announced plans to build a new stand on the Whinney Hill side of the ground.The single tiered covered stand will have a capacity of 1,500 seats. The Club have also purchased a covered terrace from Barnet FC, which was in place at the North End at the Hive Stadium before a new all seated stand was constructed.
It is expected that the stadium will be completed in June 2019.
Gloucester City The Club were forced to leave their Meadow Park ground in July 2007, after some of the worst flooding recorded in the area, engulfed the stadium, with water almost reaching the height of the crossbars!
The Club have been desperately trying to return to Meadow Park, but only recently have received planning permission to build a new stadium on the Meadow Park site.
The artists impressions show above is courtesy of the official Tottenham Hotspur FC website where more images can be viewed.
22.7.17 Thanks to Doug Bagley for sharing these photos below of the new stadium building work outside White Hart Lane.Tottenham Hotspur The Club have commenced with the building of a new 62,060 all-seater stadium, on the existing White Hart Lane site.Works are well underway with part of the structure of the new stadium now in place as well as the complete demolition of the old ground.The new stadium will become home to both York City Football Club and York Knights Rugby League Club.